134.95 +0.94 (0.70%)
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|Day's Range||132.39 - 134.30|
|52 Week Range||102.12 - 134.71|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||32.99|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||3.32 (2.49%)|
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The “Fast Money” traders share their final trades for the day including UPS, Companhia Brasilieria de Distribuicao, Intel and Johnson & Johnson.
Are Trump's attacks on Amazon a sign of bigger issues ahead for the company? Broughton Capital's Donald Broughton and Tom Forte of D.A. Davidson & Company discuss.
The executive leadership at United Parcel Service Inc. has received raises in recent years, but the company's airline mechanics haven't. Timothy Boyle, president of Teamsters Local 2727, which represents airline mechanics, made note of those facts in a recent letter to U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell, R-Ky. The union represents nearly 1,300 mechanics who work for Louisville-based UPS Airlines, about half of whom are in Kentucky. Boyle said he wrote the letter ( linked here ) because he wants to sit down with McConnell and talk about when more middle class workers — such as those represented by Teamsters 2727 — will see a benefit from tax reform.
United Parcel Service shows rising price performance, earning an upgrade to its IBD Relative Strength Rating
This could indicate that investors who seek to profit from falling equity prices are not currently targeting UPS. The net inflows of $10.72 billion over the last one-month into ETFs that hold UPS are not among the highest of the last year and have been slowing.
Tesla did not invent the first electric car. What it did invent was the first successful business model for bringing compelling electric cars to the market.
Shares of United Parcel Service (UPS) are higher on Monday, thanks to a bullish note from Deutsche Bank. Analyst Amit Mehrotra and his team reiterated a Buy rating on the stock today, but also elevated it to "Top Pick" status, while also raising their price target by $10, to $145. Mehrotra writes that this higher earnings estimates for UPS reflect benefits from the new tax rules, and he writes that the market is underestimating UPS, which has trailed rival FedEx in the past year, in general.
Underpriced package delivery is making “Amazon richer and the Post Office dumber and poorer,” wrote President Donald Trump 50-something tweets ago, on Dec. 29. Amazon has been a favorite target of Trump’s for its founder’s ownership of the Washington Post, whose coverage the president finds unflattering. Investors should favor FedEx (FDX), for reasons far more important than postage, even though for now, UPS (UPS) enjoys higher profit margins.
Delta Air Lines Inc. (NYSE: DAL) and United Parcel Service Inc. (NYSE: UPS) are among 14 companies sharing in a nearly $228 million federal transportation contract. The U.S. Transportation Command at Scott ...
The key conclusions from its recent earnings and how investors should think about the company as it enters the new year.
SEATTLE/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump called on the U.S. Postal Service on Friday to charge "much more" to ship packages for Amazon (AMZN.O), picking another fight with an online retail giant he has criticised in the past. "Why is the United States Post Office, which is losing many billions of dollars a year, while charging Amazon and others so little to deliver their packages, making Amazon richer and the Post Office dumber and poorer? Should be charging MUCH MORE!" Trump wrote on Twitter.
President Donald Trump tweeted that the U.S. Postal Service should charge Amazon.com and other companies more to deliver their packages.
SEATTLE/WASHINGTON, Dec 29 (Reuters) - President Donald Trump called on the U.S. Postal Service on Friday to charge "much more" to ship packages for Amazon, picking another fight with an online retail giant he has criticized in the past. "Why is the United States Post Office, which is losing many billions of dollars a year, while charging Amazon and others so little to deliver their packages, making Amazon richer and the Post Office dumber and poorer? Should be charging MUCH MORE!" Trump wrote on Twitter.
This morning Donald Trump said: "Why is the United States Post Office, which is losing many billions of dollars a year, while charging Amazon and others so little to deliver their packages, making Amazon richer and the Post Office dumber and poorer? Should be charging MUCH MORE!" Bernstein's David Vernon and his team write that this is the tweet that United Parcel Service (UPS) and FedEx (FDX) have been waiting for." The post office has an "its complicated" relationship with logistics companies, as it's a competitor, supplier, and customer to UPS and FedEx.
President Donald Trump said Friday the U.S. Postal Service should charge Amazon.com Inc. more to deliver packages, the latest in a series of public criticisms of the online retailer and one that sent the ...
SEATTLE/CHICAGO (Reuters) - The U.S. holiday shopping season is on track to break sales records on the back of surging consumer confidence and increased use of mobile devices, presenting an unexpected boon for retailers and the delivery companies they rely on. The holiday shopping season, a crucial period for retailers that can account for up to 40 percent of annual sales, brought record-breaking online and in-store spending this year of more than $800 billion, according to Mastercard Inc's analytics arm. Stakes are particularly high this year for traditional retailers that have invested heavily in technology and free delivery and returns, determined to stay relevant in a market increasingly dominated by Amazon.com Inc.
It's been a strong holiday shopping season so far with Amazon, FedEx, and UPS all talking up the strength of the U.S. consumer.
United Parcel Service Inc is on track to return a record number of packages this holiday shipping season, a sign that e-commerce purchases surged to new heights over the past month. FedEx said on Wednesday it experienced another record-breaking peak shipping season, but declined to provide specifics.