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Shares of FedEx ended last week at new lows for the year after dropping over 6% during the week.
FedEx Corp. (NYSE: FDX) announced today the online release of its 2017 Global Citizenship Report (GCR), which details how the company connects the world responsibly and resourcefully.
Chief executive of FedEx Freight Michael Ducker believes limitations impacting autonomous trucking are regulations, not technology barriers.
The demo is a good sign as the e-commerce giant has been facing some regulatory challenges to its planned drone service in the U.S.
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The S&P 500 ended with slight gains, coming back from Tuesday's massive losses.
Stocks hold mixed through Wednesday afternoon as worries over progress over regulatory reform continue to spook investors and a shooting in London keeps world markets on edge.
The image of a weakened president is having a widespread effect.
Stocks fluctuate on Wednesday as markets try to recover from their worst losses of the year a day earlier.
Stock futures move lower on Wednesday morning, setting up Wall Street for more losses following the worst trading day of the year a day earlier.
As expected, the company's FedEx Express unit turned in the quarter's best performance.
U.S. stock futures point to further declines for Wall Street on Wednesday and European and Asian stocks slide as the global 'Trump rally' stalls.
FedEx Express (FedEx), the world's largest express transportation company and a subsidiary of FedEx Corp.
U.S. stock futures are higher Monday as oil prices rebound and investors focus more on events in Washington than on Wall Street.
Impurity in forex and interest rates markets skews all other markets, as well as human reaction.
Investors await earnings from Nike after the closing bell.
Investors will be eyeing FedEx's margins and expenses, and any word about the assimilation of recently-acquired TNT Express.
The less stringent language in the release allows the U.S. to react to what the administration believes to be unfair trading practices.
Upcoming Fed remarks could make less of a splash on markets as Wall Street focuses on the daily headlines coming from the nation's capital.