There was clear volume momentum by the end of the quarter into the current period. Currently, volumes are up, year over year, but remember 2019 was a poor year itself. Still, the trend, aided by re-stocking, housing, grain exports, and ecommerce, was very positive. October IANA numbers show the intermodal ecosphere growing at 7%, and that’s split Domestic +8%/International +6%. Will it last? Is re-stocking a one-time event? What is the secular trend in the consumer spend split between goods and services? Yesterday’s WSJ headline stated, “Retail sales growth loses steam” (up 0.3% Q/Q after September’s +1.6%). So – can the railroads maintain service levels in a strong (or at least stronger) economy in order to take the long-awaited share recovery move in carload and (especially) domestic intermodal?