UPS - United Parcel Service, Inc.

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
115.93
+0.89 (+0.77%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
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Previous Close116.79
Open116.32
Bid116.00 x 1100
Ask115.97 x 1000
Day's Range115.31 - 116.60
52 Week Range89.89 - 125.09
Volume1,880,796
Avg. Volume3,366,828
Market Cap99.55B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.48
PE Ratio (TTM)21.16
EPS (TTM)5.48
Earnings DateOct 22, 2019
Forward Dividend & Yield3.84 (3.34%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-08-16
1y Target Est121.23
Trade prices are not sourced from all markets
  • FedEx Drops Ground Delivery for Amazon, Can UPS Be Far Behind?
    Motley Fool

    FedEx Drops Ground Delivery for Amazon, Can UPS Be Far Behind?

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  • Moody's

    Max Capital Ltd Series 2008-01 -- Moody's downgrades rating on Repack notes of Max Capital Ltd Series 2008-01

    Max Capital Ltd Series 2008-01 is a repackaging of USD denominated bonds issued by United Parcel Service, Inc.. Citibank, N.A. (rated Aa3(cr)) acts as the swap counterparty for the cross currency swap where JPY notes proceeds are swapped into USD to purchase underlying bonds. The rating is the result of a rating action on United Parcel Service, Inc., which was downgraded to A2 from A1 on 09 Aug 2019.

  • GlobeNewswire

    UPS & ChannelAdvisor Simplify Global Shipping And E-Commerce For Small And Medium-Sized Businesses

    UPS (UPS) announced today that ChannelAdvisor Corporation (ECOM), a leading provider of cloud-based e-commerce solutions, now offers its services to thousands of small and medium-sized business (SMB) e-commerce customers at a discounted rate as part of UPS’s Customer Technology Program. With ChannelAdvisor, brands and retailers can manage, optimize, and fulfill their merchandise sales on more than 130 marketplaces globally, including Amazon, eBay, Google Shopping Actions, and Walmart.

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    What Makes Tesla's Business Model Different?

    Tesla did not invent the first electric car, but it did invent was the first successful business model for bringing compelling electric cars to the market.

  • UPS won't add residential delivery holiday surcharges — but that comes with a cost
    American City Business Journals

    UPS won't add residential delivery holiday surcharges — but that comes with a cost

    UPS won't be applying additional surcharges to U.S. residential deliveries this holiday season, but the company appears to be offsetting the revenue loss by creating a longer peak season.

  • GlobeNewswire

    Robert Herjavec Selects Top Winners in The UPS Store First National Small Biz Challenge

    Wrapping up two captivating events, two female small business owners walked away winners of the first national Small Biz Challenge competition. Hosted by The UPS Store, Inc. in collaboration with Inc. magazine, the lively Small Biz Challenge tested the entrepreneurial skills of six dynamic entrepreneurs. Samia Bingham of Flavors Culinary Group from Fort Washington, Md. took away $14,000 from the event in Los Angeles, and Ingrid Sanden of Boolean Girl Tech from Arlington, Va. won a total of $12,000 in New York.

  • UPS to Refrain From Delivery Surcharges for 2019 Peak Season
    Zacks

    UPS to Refrain From Delivery Surcharges for 2019 Peak Season

    UPS will not impose surcharges on U.S. residential deliveries during the 2019 peak holiday season. However, it will add special peak surcharges on packages that require special handling.

  • UPS Enters Self-Driving Race, Buys Stake in TuSimple
    Market Realist

    UPS Enters Self-Driving Race, Buys Stake in TuSimple

    United Parcel Service (UPS) has joined the self-driving vehicle race. Last week, the company announced its purchase of a minority stake in autonomous tech startup TuSimple. The delivery giant made the investment following the results of ongoing self-driving truck road tests. However, neither company has disclosed the investment amount. Founded in 2015, TuSimple is trying […]

  • Benzinga

    UPS Removes Delivery Surcharges For 2019 Holiday Season

    As consumers begin filling their online shopping carts with holiday items, UPS is gearing up for another busy peak season and announced on Friday, August 16th that no surcharges will be added to residential ...

  • Why UPS Stock Is Outperforming FedEx in 2019
    Motley Fool

    Why UPS Stock Is Outperforming FedEx in 2019

    Investors had quite different expectations for the two shipping and logistics giants.

  • Autonomous Vehicles News: 15 Things to Know About UPS Self-Driving Trucks
    InvestorPlace

    Autonomous Vehicles News: 15 Things to Know About UPS Self-Driving Trucks

    Autonomous vehicles are in testing by UPS (NYSE:UPS) as its looks to reduce costs.Source: Sundry Photography / Shutterstock.com Here's what to know about the UPS self-driving trucks. * UPS autonomous vehicles are undergoing testing in Arizona. * This has them travelling between Phoenix and Tucson. * It started testing these autonomous vehicles back in May. * The goal is to determine the effectiveness of using self-driving trucks in package transportation. * This means that the trucks in use are tractor trailers. * These tractor trailers are fitted with a computer capable of Level 4 Autonomous driving. * That means that the AI is able to pilot the vehicle without any input from a driver. * However, there are still driver's present in case there is a need for manual takeover. * UPS is working with autonomous driving company TuSimple for these tests. * The company has also made a minor investment in the company. * UPS believes that there are several benefits from making to the switch to self-driving trucks. * This includes cheaper costs, higher safety and reducing its carbon emissions. * TuSimple is a relatively new company, having only formed in 2015. * Despite this, it is moving forward with autonomous vehicles that could help shipping companies. * Among this work is AI that is able to handle driving class 8 tractor-trailers for transportation purposes. * 10 Cheap Dividend Stocks to Load Up On You can follow this link to learn more about the autonomous vehicles that UPS is testing out.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsUPS stock was up 1% as of Friday morning, but is down 6% since the start of the year. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 10 Cheap Dividend Stocks to Load Up On * The 10 Biggest Losers from Q2 Earnings * 5 Dependable Dividend Stocks to Buy As of this writing, William White did not hold a position in any of the aforementioned securities.The post Autonomous Vehicles News: 15 Things to Know About UPS Self-Driving Trucks appeared first on InvestorPlace.

  • GlobeNewswire

    UPS Customers To Benefit From No Residential Surcharges During 2019 Holiday Shipping Season

    ATLANTA, Aug. 16, 2019 -- Builds on UPS’s Commitment to Help All Customers Grow and SucceedEnables Customers to Refine Holiday Shipping PlansModified Over-maximum, Large and.

  • 3 Logistics Stocks Getting Ready to Deliver Gains
    Investopedia

    3 Logistics Stocks Getting Ready to Deliver Gains

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  • The 1 Key Number You Should Focus On at UPS
    Motley Fool

    The 1 Key Number You Should Focus On at UPS

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  • Benzinga

    UPS Buys Stake In Self-Driving Outfit TuSimple

    United Parcel Service Inc (NYSE: UPS) has purchased a minority stake in the self-driving company TuSimple. The investment coincides with ongoing autonomous road tests the package delivery company is conducting on a busy freight route in Arizona. Some of the money will be used to expand new routes for UPS as well as for the overall development of the autonomous platform, a TuSimple spokesperson told FreightWaves.

  • Benzinga

    Legal Challenges To HOS Revisions Likely, Regulations Expert Predicts

    The last time changes were made to hours-of-service (HOS) regulations in 2003, safety advocates succeeded in delaying implementation until 2011 through litigation in federal court that was based on claims the changes would be detrimental to truck driver health and highway safety. Tim Wiseman, managing partner at the law firm Scopelitis, anticipates some kind of legal tie-up this time around as well, with the rollout today (Aug. 14) of the latest proposed HOS changes by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA). "Based on the number of pages in the rulemaking devoted to research and studies supporting the changes, I think [the FMCSA] was anticipating legal challenges," Wiseman told FreightWaves.

  • American City Business Journals

    UPS invests in autonomous trucking company, tests self-driving tractors

    UPS's investment is aimed at helping the company better understand the requirements for "Level 4 Autonomous trucking in its network."

  • Benzinga

    UPS's Venture Arm Makes Minority Investment In Autonomous Truck Company TuSimple

    UPS (NYSE: UPS) venture capital arm, UPS Ventures, has made a minority investment in autonomous driving company TuSimple. The companies are testing self-driving tractor trailers on a route in Arizona to determine whether the vehicles can improve service and efficiency in the UPS network. This latest deal is an extension of the ongoing commercial relationship between UPS and TuSimple in which UPS has purchased transportation services from TuSimple.

  • UPS buys stake in TuSimple, testing self-driving trucks in Arizona
    Reuters

    UPS buys stake in TuSimple, testing self-driving trucks in Arizona

    UPS said on Thursday it has bought a minority stake in self-driving company TuSimple, and the world's largest package delivery company has been testing the startup's autonomous trucks since May on a busy freight route in Arizona. The investment by UPS Ventures, the venture capital arm of United Parcel Service Inc, underscores bets that autonomous vehicle technology can expand more rapidly in commercial vehicles than in robotaxis.

  • Bloomberg

    UPS Takes Minority Stake in Autonomous Truck Startup

    (Bloomberg) -- United Parcel Service Inc. is taking a minority stake in self-driving truck company TuSimple and conducting test runs with the startup.The undisclosed investment is part of an effort to understand what it would take to produce a fully autonomous truck, said Todd Lewis, who runs UPS Ventures. Developing a computer-driven truck requires advances in areas such as assisted braking and lane-change warnings that also could be used in traditional vehicles, he said.That desire to invest in technologies that serve current needs reflects a change at UPS Ventures, which was formed in 1997 as the Strategic Enterprise Fund. The $150 million fund was renamed and revamped when Scott Price, a former Walmart Inc. executive, was hired in December 2018 as the courier’s chief transformation officer.“We’ve shifted gears into a capability-driven model,” Lewis said. “Not only are we looking to form deeper relationships with our investments, but we’re also equally looking to give them real-life problems to solve and have a real environment to test and scale into.”UPS’s freight forwarding business is providing cargo for hauling between Phoenix and Tucson, Arizona, on trucks guided by TuSimple’s autonomous system. A driver and engineer are also on board. The startup, valued at about $1 billion in a $95 million funding round in February, carried U.S. Postal Service trailers between Phoenix and Dallas in May.UPS Ventures has investments in 22 companies in areas such as robotics, blockchain, 3D printing and artificial intelligence and wants to increase that number, Lewis said.To contact the reporter on this story: Thomas Black in Dallas at tblack@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Brendan Case at bcase4@bloomberg.net, Tony Robinson, Susan WarrenFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

  • 3 Logistics Stocks to Buy and Sell
    InvestorPlace

    3 Logistics Stocks to Buy and Sell

    Do headlines of a slowing global economy or volatile back-and-forth trade war threats have your attention? It may be time to look at the price charts of logistic stocks Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN), FedEx (NASDAQ:FDX) and United Parcel Service (NYSE:UPS) as stocks to buy or sell, and navigate the market and deliver more consistent profits to your portfolio.Today it's all about weaker global economic data out of Europe and Asia which is spooking investors. Yesterday, and quite literally at that, it was a welcome out-of-left field delay on levying certain Chinese goods by the Trump Administration which drove the market smartly higher. * 15 Growth Stocks to Buy for the Long Haul To say the least, the market's contrasting reactions are challenging. That's where AMZN stock, FDX and UPS shares come in as stocks to buy or perhaps sell short. Despite the dizzying and countering headlines from day-to-day, these three logistic plays are setting up nicely to deliver profits to bulls and bears in the weeks ahead.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips Logistics Stocks to Buy or Sell: AMZN StockAmazon is the first of our three logistics plays. The tech and retail behemoth is far from a straight-up delivery company. Still, as AMZN stock continues to build out its own internal business network to bring its packages straight to your doorstep--it's a logistics power to be reckoned with.On the price chart, Amazon's wherewithal isn't as convincing. In fact, the technical picture makes this a stock to buy, but one which could quickly turn into favoring a short on AMZN stock.Currently shares are near a test of trendline, 200-day simple moving average and Fibonacci supports tied to cycle lows from December and March. It's an area where buying into AMZN stock weakness could prove to be a windfall.The flip-side for this stock to buy is Amazon shares have formed a double-top variation relative to last year's high. AMZN stock has also already broken a couple trend-lines over the past couple months. A third failure could get ugly. The AMZN Stock TradeFor this stock to buy I'd suggest waiting for a confirmation of last week's doji low and only buy shares above the pattern high. Appreciably, setting a stop-loss beneath the candlestick makes a world of sense and also makes the case for shorting AMZN stock on a breakdown of key support. FDX StockFedEx is the next of our logistics stocks to buy or sell. The company recently broke ranks with providing service for Amazon. Down the road that could be very hurtful for FedEx. But in terms of the company's entire logistics business, right here and right now, its small change. Nevertheless, there's no denying FDX stock is technically a stock to short.On the price chart, FDX has continued to paint a disturbingly bearish picture. The weekly view shows a downtrend which began in early 2018 and one which continues to weaken. Most recently, shares have broken below channel support within a bearish flag pattern that's formed beneath key price and Fibonacci supports. The FDX Stock TradeWith shares trading slightly below last week's flag breaking doji candlestick, FDX stock is ready for shorting today. For keeping exposure contained off and on the price chart, I'd suggest a blended stop-loss above $168. That works out to risk of around 7.5% and closing the position if shares of FedEx reverse back above the doji and channel resistance. UPS StockUnited Parcel Service is the last of our logistics stocks to buy or sell. And if the UPS stock chart has any say in the matter, this one is readying to deliver big profits to bullish investors. Back in early 2018 and similar to FDX stock, shares of UPS began to waiver technically. Unlike FedEx, by the spring of this year UPS stock cleared downtrend resistance. And it has only gotten better from there.Shares of UPS are now consolidating nicely above pattern and Fibonacci resistance. This sets UPS up as a stock to buy in anticipation of a pattern breakout to fresh all-time-highs in the second half of 2019. The UPS Stock TradeMy recommendation for UPS stock is to wait for confirmation of last week's doji low continuing to hold support. This can be accomplished by purchasing shares above $118 and slightly above Monday's initial trade through of the doji.Alternatively, buying UPS stock through $121.30 and the high of the consolidation is another route bulls can entertain. Either way, using the pattern low to minimize losses and protect one's portfolio from a stock veering off course makes fiscally and technically good sense.Investment accounts under Christopher Tyler's management do not currently own positions in securities mentioned in this article. The information offered is based upon Christopher Tyler's observations and strictly intended for educational purposes only; the use of which is the responsibility of the individual. For additional market insights and related musings, follow Chris on Twitter @Options_CAT and StockTwits More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 15 Growth Stocks to Buy for the Long Haul * 5 More Cloud Stocks With Plenty of Potential * 5 Clean Energy ETFs to Buy for 2019 The post 3 Logistics Stocks to Buy and Sell appeared first on InvestorPlace.

  • Benzinga

    Analyst: New UPS CFO Brings Outsider Perspective

    United Parcel Service, Inc. (NYSE: UPS ) has officially named former PepsiCo, Inc. (NASDAQ: PEP ) Latin America finance executive Brian Newman as its new CFO, and one analyst said Newman will bring a much-needed ...

  • Benzinga

    Workhorse Group Prospects Brighten As Production Of Electric Step Vans For UPS Nears

    Cowen analyst Jeffrey Osborne raised his estimate for Workhorse shares from $2.00 to $4.00 based on the company beginning production in the fourth quarter of more than 1,100 lightweight electric-powered NGEN vans. Workhorse also has upside because of customer interest in its W-15 electric pickup truck and its status as a finalist with partner VT Hackney for a  $6.3 billion contract to build the next-generation postal delivery vehicle, Osborne wrote in an August 12 note to investors.