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FDX shares have tended to enjoy a nice year-end run coinciding with the holiday shopping season.
Shipping giant expects record holiday deliveries as it handles gifts purchased online.
Even though UPS and FedEx advocate for lower trade barriers and free trade policies, the revenues from China are relatively small.
We continued to deploy capital and reposition the Trifecta portfolio this week, adding to a position, initiating another, and exiting a third one.
The data we are getting is certainly positive for several portfolio positions.
Nike's stock is on fire. Sears reportsanother terrible quarter. Markets look to end a volatile week on a high note.
Time for Amazon to gain greater scrutiny from the government? Nike's stock is hot. Sears is in terrible shape.
The Atlanta-based package delivery company expects adjusted earnings per share to increase by $1 to $1.20 by 2022.
The Atlanta-based package delivery company is gearing up for the peak season.
Wall Street weighs in on Apple's newest products. UPS has a big day on Thursday. Retailers are poised for strong holiday seasons.
Apple investors should like what the tech giant released Wednesday, notably the iPhone XS Max.
The package delivery company will add a sixth day to its ground operations.
Analyst Matt Reustle expects the package delivery company to quantify cost savings opportunities and the path to margin expansion at an event this week.
We are closing out United Rentals, adding to Universal Display and bringing UPS out of the Bullpen.
Jim Cramer says the president's predictability on trade makes it clear: Good news for the U.S. economy has become bad news for stocks.
Jim Cramer, celebrating the opening of the NFL season, says this is just another day of total tech mayhem.
Jim Cramer takes a look at United Parcel Service, TJX Companies, Anheuser-Busch InBev, Fiat Chrysler, AbbVie, Nvidia, Excelixis, Bank of America, Endo Pharmaceutical and more.
UPS to provide global shipping solutions for upcoming events in Europe and America
If the stock pulls back, we see support at the 20-day Moving Average, which might be a good place to pull the trigger.
The richly-valued e-commerce and cloud giant still has a lot of room to grow in fields such as groceries and logistics, and also in some large international markets.
Walmart -- with great growth -- sparks optimism, but Jim Cramer says it's not the only stock to fuel the day's rally.
What will autonomous driving applications do to the trucking market?
Corporations invest huge amounts of money in the design, launch, and ongoing promotion of their brands.
Will the race towards fully autonomous driving weigh on UPS? TheStreet discusses the company's autonomous efforts with CFO Richard Peretz.
UPS was slated to report earnings on July 25, before the opening bell, and these investors may have wished to participate in the report with limited downside risk.
Facebook's second quarter earnings call was a disaster. But, it did offer up lessons to investors who want to learn things. But, here comes Amazon earnings.
Earnings season kicks into high gear, highlighted by reports from UPS, Boeing, General Motors, Facebook, Qualcomm and PayPal. Big day.
UPS delivered in the second quarter for the most. Here's what UPS CFO Richard Peretz had to say about the company's outlook.
The Atlanta-based company reported adjusted earnings of $1.94 per share on revenue of $17.46 billion.
Industrial companies such as Boeing, Harley-Davidson and General Motors are sending clear messages to the Trump administration this earnings season.
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