|Bid||0.00 x 800|
|Ask||0.00 x 900|
|Day's Range||115.10 - 115.93|
|52 Week Range||101.45 - 135.53|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||20.57|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||3.64 (3.13%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
At approximately $2,000, Consensus 2018 was the most expensive edition in the bitcoin conference’s history. Founded by CoinDesk, Consensus 2018 drew 8,500 attendees, an all-time record. Last year’s haul topped out at 2,700 people, which was a respectable figure at that time, representing a near-doubling from Consensus 2016.
United Parcel Service’s (UPS) forward dividend yield of 3.1% is the highest in its peer group. In this series, we’re looking at US public transportation stocks operating in the LTL (less-than-truckload) sector. Apart from these companies, we’re also looking at major clearing and forwarding firms and freight brokerage companies.
In the first quarter, United Parcel Service (UPS) reported adjusted earnings per share of $1.55. With a payment of a quarterly cash dividend of $0.91 per share, UPS’s dividend payout ratio was 59.0%. Dividends are paid out of a company’s FCFs (free cash flows).
Online shopping ads are big business for Internet search engine providers such as Alphabet’s (GOOGL) Google and Microsoft (MSFT). At Google, for instance, shopping ads are believed to grow at three times the rate of regular search ads. For retailers, Google’s product listing ads, which appear at the top of product search results, are highly prized.
rose on Monday, May 14, as the Atlanta-based company's transformation plan could lead to improved margins, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch. "UPS plans to launch its Network Transformation plan over the coming months, a plan which could focus on improving margins throughout the organization," Bank of America Merrill Lynch analyst Ken Hoexter said in a research note. The firm upgraded its rating on UPS stock from Neutral to Buy and raised its price target by $24 to $144.
United Parcel Service, Inc. (NYSE:UPS) announced that it is testing a new fleet of electric vehicle delivery trucks in London and Paris starting this week. The new line of purpose-built vehicles will be all electric and very compact, sending urban deliveries to London and Paris. UPS isn’t the first company to make the move as plenty of major carmakers have recently rolled out electric vehicles with the hope of reducing carbon emissions, especially in the United Kingdom and France.
United Parcel Service Inc. has built a 105,000-square-foot package sorting and delivery facility about 25 miles from London.
United Parcel Service Inc (NYSE: UPS )’s network transformation plans could improve margins and give the company additional upside earnings potential, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch. The Analyst ...
Delivery firm UPS opened a new package sorting and delivery facility in south east England on Monday, creating hundreds of jobs in one of the U.S. company's largest infrastructure investments outside the United States. The new hub, located 25 miles east of central London, is expected to employ over 500 people, and will process 28,000 packages per hour. Britain is yet to agree its future economic relationship with the European Union once it leaves the bloc in 2019.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch raises its rating to buy from neutral for UPS shares, predicting the company will lower its cost structure.
In this daily bar chart, below, we can see that UPS held just above $110 in November and rallied smartly into January peaking around $135. The daily On-Balance-Volume (OBV) line peaked in mid-January and declined into late February. The OBV line has been steady to slightly firmer since February.
New York City is planning changes to the reduced fines levied on parking tickets given about 2,600 commercial vehicle operators, ranging from United Parcel Service Inc. to Verizon Communications Inc. In the first major overhaul since the programs’ introduction 15 years ago, the city’s Department of Finance plans to raise the fines that commercial operators pay for such infractions as double parking and blocking an intersection. Officials estimate that the new fees, expected to take effect in November, will raise ticket revenues by $17 million.
UPS and its union are negotiating a new national master contract this year. Plans for this authorization were posted on the Teamsters' website Thursday.
The U.S. Postal Service reported Friday a second-quarter net loss that widened to $1.34 billion from $562 million a year ago. The controllable loss, which excludes items that are non-recurring and outside of management control, was $656 million vs. a profit of $12 million a year ago. The controllable loss was due primarily by a $236 million increase in retiree health benefit costs, a $364 million rise in compensation expenses and a $155 million increase in transportation expenses.
At an average cost of $65,000 per court, the Atlanta Hawks foundation and its partners have invested more $1 million to redo courts and add programming in areas of Atlanta where kids may be facing hardships, such as English Avenue.
United Parcel Service Inc. and the Teamsters union are discussing a two-tier wage system that would allow the company to hire lower-paid workers to deliver packages on weekends, including Sundays, as the parcel giant tries to manage the surge in e-commerce. The hybrid driver role would allow UPS to start regular Sunday delivery of packages, a service the U.S. Postal Service provides for customers such as Amazon.com Inc. UPS started Saturday package delivery in some markets in 2017 but hasn’t disclosed any plans to start delivering on Sundays. A Teamsters spokeswoman said the wage proposal for UPS was part of the negotiating process and the two sides hadn’t come to any agreement about hybrid drivers.
The Atlanta-based logistics giant continued its trend of staying in the UPS family to fill high-level roles.
The end of the Walmart partnerships, which has not been previously reported and was confirmed by Walmart and Uber, undercuts a vision the ride-hailing companies laid out: a service that can efficiently deliver anything on-demand, including people and cargo, at the touch of a smartphone app.
Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger answer a question at the Berkshire Hathaway annual shareholder meeting about forecasting the degree of success of specific products, like American Express and Coca-Cola.
Matthew Cheslock joins Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange to discuss the latest market moves.