In a report issued to investors after J.B. Hunt released its earnings Wednesday, Justin Long, an analyst with Stephens Inc., said the weak freight market pressured the company across several of its segments. The report noted that without the $64 million charge for casualty claims, the company would have posted earnings per share of $2.37 for the quarter, much closer to the consensus estimate. Stephens rates J.B. Hunt stock overweight.
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