On Track to Grow

Sunday, February 22, 2009

With billions of stimulus dollars heading to infrastructure projects, companies that maintain and repair the nation's highways, railroads, airports and ports stand to gain. Some are already getting a bounce. CAI International, which leases marine cargo containers, has climbed 31 percent since President Obama's inauguration. It is still down 68 percent in the past year, reflecting the slump in infrastructure and railroad companies. Macquarie Infrastructure is down 90 percent. Quixote, which makes products to inform drivers, is off 73 percent.

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