CSX Long Term Debt 2006-2020 | CSX

CSX long term debt from 2006 to 2020. Long term debt can be defined as the sum of all long term debt fields.
  • CSX long term debt for the quarter ending March 31, 2020 was $16.477B, a 4.63% increase year-over-year.
  • CSX long term debt for 2019 was $15.993B, a 8.51% increase from 2018.
  • CSX long term debt for 2018 was $14.739B, a 25.01% increase from 2017.
  • CSX long term debt for 2017 was $11.79B, a 7.55% increase from 2016.
CSX Annual Long Term Debt
(Millions of US $)
2019 $15,993
2018 $14,739
2017 $11,790
2016 $10,962
2015 $10,515
2014 $9,514
2013 $9,022
2012 $9,052
2011 $8,734
2010 $8,051
2009 $7,895
2008 $7,512
2007 $6,470
2006 $5,362
2005 $5,093
CSX Quarterly Long Term Debt
(Millions of US $)
2020-03-31 $16,477
2019-12-31 $15,993
2019-09-30 $15,992
2019-06-30 $15,522
2019-03-31 $15,748
2018-12-31 $14,739
2018-09-30 $13,754
2018-06-30 $13,769
2018-03-31 $13,768
2017-12-31 $11,790
2017-09-30 $11,788
2017-06-30 $11,806
2017-03-31 $10,963
2016-12-31 $10,962
2016-09-30 $9,888
2016-06-30 $9,905
2016-03-31 $10,516
2015-12-31 $10,515
2015-09-30 $10,088
2015-06-30 $10,107
2015-03-31 $9,513
2014-12-31 $9,514
2014-09-30 $9,387
2014-06-30 $8,410
2014-03-31 $9,021
2013-12-31 $9,022
2013-09-30 $8,787
2013-06-30 $8,811
2013-03-31 $8,846
2012-12-31 $9,052
2012-09-30 $8,257
2012-06-30 $8,581
2012-03-31 $8,623
2011-12-31 $8,734
2011-09-30 $8,160
2011-06-30 $8,186
2011-03-31 $7,637
2010-12-31 $8,051
2010-09-30 $7,297
2010-06-30 $7,320
2010-03-31 $7,372
2009-12-31 $7,895
2009-09-30 $7,906
2009-06-30 $7,933
2009-03-31 $7,995
2008-12-31 $7,512
2008-09-30 $7,367
2008-06-30 $7,396
2008-03-31 $7,440
2007-12-31 $6,470
2007-09-30 $6,678
2007-06-30 $5,751
2007-03-31 $5,182
2006-12-31 $5,362
2006-09-30 $4,937
2006-06-30 $4,567
2006-03-31 $5,045
2005-12-31 $5,093
2005-09-30 $5,058
2005-06-30 $5,399
2005-03-31 $6,208
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Transportation Transportation - Rail $57.471B $11.937B
CSX Corporation is premier transportation company. The company provides rail, intermodal, and rail-to-truck transload services and solutions to customers across a broad array of markets, including energy, industrial, construction, agricultural and consumer products. It includes traditional rail service and transport of intermodal containers and trailers. CSX celebrates a rich history from horse-driven rail cars to electric locomotives and has played a critical role in the nation's economic expansion and industrial development. Its network connects every major metropolitan area in the eastern United States, where nearly two-thirds of the nation's population resides. It also links more than 240 short-line railroads and more than 70 ocean, river and lake ports with major population centers and farming towns alike. CSX Corporation's unique combination of rail, container-shipping, intermodal and logistics services provides global reach that's second to none. CSX is headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida.
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Canadian Pacific Railway (CP) Canada $36.047B 19.54
Central Japan Railway (CJPRY) Japan $33.847B 8.29
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WEST JAPAN RAIL (WJRYY) Japan $11.913B 9.93
Alstom ADR (ALSMY) France $10.966B 0.00
Guangshen Railway (GSH) China $1.410B 11.99
USD Partners LP (USDP) United States $0.099B 18.05