UPS - United Parcel Service, Inc.

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
114.24
-1.40 (-1.21%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT

114.50 +0.26 (0.23%)
After hours: 7:50PM EDT

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Previous Close115.64
Open114.28
Bid0.00 x 800
Ask0.00 x 900
Day's Range112.95 - 115.68
52 Week Range101.45 - 135.53
Volume3,120,177
Avg. Volume2,499,532
Market Cap98.286B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.13
PE Ratio (TTM)19.20
EPS (TTM)5.95
Earnings DateOct 24, 2018
Forward Dividend & Yield3.64 (3.15%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-08-17
1y Target Est129.04
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  • Can United Parcel Service Beat Analysts’ Q3 Earnings Estimate?
    Market Realist3 hours ago

    Can United Parcel Service Beat Analysts’ Q3 Earnings Estimate?

    Let’s look now at analysts’ third-quarter earnings estimates for United Parcel Service (UPS). They estimate adjusted EPS of $1.81 in the third quarter. In the corresponding period last year, its adjusted EPS was $1.45. That translates to a YoY (year-over-year) earnings growth of 25.3%.

  • Can UPS Beat Analysts’ Q3 Revenue Estimates amid Trade Stand-Off?
    Market Realist4 hours ago

    Can UPS Beat Analysts’ Q3 Revenue Estimates amid Trade Stand-Off?

    Analysts surveyed by Thomson Reuters expect United Parcel Service (UPS) to report revenues of $17.4 billion in the third quarter. In the same quarter last year, it reported revenues of $15.9 billion. That shows that analysts expect YoY (year-over-year) revenue growth of 9.5%. For the next four quarters, they anticipate revenue of $73.9 billion compared to $69.3 billion in the last four quarters.

  • United Parcel Service Stock ahead of Q3 Earnings
    Market Realist6 hours ago

    United Parcel Service Stock ahead of Q3 Earnings

    United Parcel Service (UPS), the world’s premier express delivery giant, is set to announce its third-quarter earnings on October 24. It says it will issue the results in a press release that day at 7:00 AM EST and have a conference call at 8.30 AM EST to discuss the results with investors and Wall Street analysts.

  • Benzinga6 hours ago

    UPS Q3 Earnings Outlook

    United Parcel Service, Inc. (NYSE: UPS ) announces its next round of earnings this Wednesday, Oct. 24. Here's Benzinga's advanced look at UPS' Q3 earnings report. Earnings and Revenue UPS EPS will likely ...

  • UPS still fighting labor battles on two fronts — here's what's next
    American City Business Journals7 hours ago

    UPS still fighting labor battles on two fronts — here's what's next

    There still is plenty to be sorted out between United Parcel Service Inc. and Teamsters organizations that represent its workers. The International Brotherhood of Teamsters is looking to head back into negotiations with the shipping giant after a recent round of voting by union members. The union ratified a national labor deal with the company earlier this month despite the majority of voting members — including package handlers, drivers and others — rejecting it.

  • Transportation Stocks Q3 Earnings on Oct 24: NSC, UPS & More
    Zacks11 hours ago

    Transportation Stocks Q3 Earnings on Oct 24: NSC, UPS & More

    Escalating fuel prices do not bode well for the transportation sector.

  • With Its Latest Move, JD.com Borrows a Page From Amazon's Playbook
    Motley Fool23 hours ago

    With Its Latest Move, JD.com Borrows a Page From Amazon's Playbook

    As it opens up its logistics network, JD's profitability should begin to improve.

  • Reutersyesterday

    Truck makers rev up for rollout of electric big rigs

    Tesla Inc Chief Executive Elon Musk put electric heavy commercial trucks on the map in November 2017 when he unveiled the company's futuristic, battery-powered Semi, booked hundreds of orders and said he would start delivering the vehicles by 2019. Incumbent truck makers are accelerating their electric truck projects toward launches that year, while Musk told investors in June production of the eye-catching Semi freight hauler should begin "basically (in the) first half of 2020" instead of 2019. Driven by regulatory pressure to cut diesel pollution, commercial truck makers have made a flurry of fresh announcements to deliver battery electric or hydrogen-fueled vehicles.

  • The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: United Parcel, Merck, BHP, Energy Transfer and Parker-Hannifin
    Zacks2 days ago

    The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: United Parcel, Merck, BHP, Energy Transfer and Parker-Hannifin

    The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: United Parcel, Merck, BHP, Energy Transfer and Parker-Hannifin

  • Truck makers rev up for rollout of electric big rigs
    Reuters2 days ago

    Truck makers rev up for rollout of electric big rigs

    Tesla Inc Chief Executive Elon Musk put electric heavy commercial trucks on the map in November 2017 when he unveiled the company's futuristic, battery-powered Semi, booked hundreds of orders and said he would start delivering the vehicles by 2019. Incumbent truck makers are accelerating their electric truck projects toward launches that year, while Musk told investors in June production of the eye-catching Semi freight hauler should begin "basically (in the) first half of 2020" instead of 2019. Driven by regulatory pressure to cut diesel pollution, commercial truck makers have made a flurry of fresh announcements to deliver battery electric or hydrogen-fueled vehicles.

  • Motley Fool3 days ago

    How the Truck Driver Shortage Will Affect Consumers

    Every retail store relies on trucking.

  • Motley Fool4 days ago

    The Trucking Shortage Will Change the Economy Sooner Than You Think

    There aren’t enough truck drivers to haul all the goods, and we’ll probably feel the burn of that within a few months.

  • The 25 Biggest U.S. IPOs of All Time
    Kiplinger4 days ago

    The 25 Biggest U.S. IPOs of All Time

    Initial public offerings (IPOs) are the process companies use to tap the public stock markets for capital. They usually involve early-stage businesses that are looking for fresh fuel for growth; many are small opportunities, but a few have mammoth potential. IPOs aren't guaranteed tickets to riches, as implosions such as Pets.com and Webvan proved. But they can produce explosive returns, and in a hurry. Through the end of September, 38 offerings had produced returns of 50% or more. One thing 2018 has lacked, however, is the mega-deal - an offering such as Facebook (FB) or Alibaba (BABA) that sets the world on fire. That should change in 2019. Dara Khosrowshahi, CEO of ride-hailing service Uber, says the company expects to execute an IPO next year. "Uber is a widely known brand that connects with millions of consumers and they have also received large amounts of capital from investors over the years," says Scott Coyle, CEO of ClickIPO, an online platform that allows retail investors to purchase IPOs. No wonder then, that The Wall Street Journal reported that proposals from Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley valued the company at more than $120 billion. Given that IPOs often raise about 10% to 15% of their projected worth, that could be a $12 billion-$18 billion raise. Where would that rank among America's biggest IPOs? Today we'll look back on the 25 biggest deals in U.S. history, as measured by money raised. SEE ALSO: The 50 Best Stocks of All Time

  • Top Stock Reports for UPS, Merck & BHP Billiton
    Zacks4 days ago

    Top Stock Reports for UPS, Merck & BHP Billiton

    Top Stock Reports for UPS, Merck & BHP Billiton

  • UPS to hold Orlando event for seasonal hiring
    American City Business Journals4 days ago

    UPS to hold Orlando event for seasonal hiring

    United Parcel Service will be holding job fairs across the country, including in Orlando, in an effort to boost its seasonal hiring efforts. In Orlando, the company is looking to hire 1,200 positions as it holds the "UPS Brown Friday" event, including driver helpers, package handlers and seasonal drivers. “Just about everyone has heard of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, but for anyone looking for a great seasonal job this holiday season, UPS Brown Friday promises the first good deal of the season,” said Stefond Harris, vice president for human resources at UPS.

  • UPS Q3 Earnings: Is a Beat Likely on E-commerce Growth?
    Zacks5 days ago

    UPS Q3 Earnings: Is a Beat Likely on E-commerce Growth?

    Robust e-commerce growth and impressive segmental performances are anticipated to aid UPS' Q3.

  • Holiday season has never been friendlier to job seekers
    Yahoo Finance5 days ago

    Holiday season has never been friendlier to job seekers

    Workers are wanted this coming holiday season, a lot of them.

  • UPS, Georgia Power, Delta CEO's react to closed-door meeting with gubernatorial candidates
    American City Business Journals5 days ago

    UPS, Georgia Power, Delta CEO's react to closed-door meeting with gubernatorial candidates

    The Metro Atlanta Chamber hosted both major candidates for governor at their executive committee meeting Thursday morning to hear their visions for Georgia if they are elected.

  • Benzinga5 days ago

    UPS Praises Move To Pull US Out Of International Shipping Treaty

    Continuing efforts to fight what he says are unfair trade practices, the administration of President Donald Trump announced the U.S. will pull out of the Universal Postal Union (UPU) treaty. Since 1969, the treaty has assigned lower shipping rates to developing countries, including China, in an effort to boost their competitiveness globally. According to the New York Times, more than 60 percent of packages shipped under the treaty to the U.S. come from Chinese companies today.

  • J.B. Hunt’s ICS Segment’s Revenues Grew in the Third Quarter
    Market Realist6 days ago

    J.B. Hunt’s ICS Segment’s Revenues Grew in the Third Quarter

    J.B. Hunt Transport Services’ (JBHT) ICS (Integrated Capacity Solutions) segment’s revenues were $346.0 million in the third quarter—up 28.6% YoY (year-over-year) from $269.0 million. For J.B. Hunt, this non-asset-based segment is the third-largest total revenue source.

  • After UPS contract vote, Teamsters drivers feel betrayed
    Associated Press6 days ago

    After UPS contract vote, Teamsters drivers feel betrayed

    Tens of thousands of Teamsters members earlier this month rejected a five-year contract agreement with United Parcel Service, unhappy with a proposal to create a new class of drivers with lower pay. Fifty-four percent of the ballots were "no" votes, but under a Teamster rule, a rejection requires two-thirds of the voters to vote down the contract when less than half of eligible members participate. Now, many Teamsters members are angry, divided and feel like their union leaders have betrayed them.

  • Trump to Withdraw U.S. From Postal Treaty, Squeezing China
    Bloomberg6 days ago

    Trump to Withdraw U.S. From Postal Treaty, Squeezing China

    U.S. officials said the administration sought to revise the treaty in September and was rebuffed by other nations, prompting the decision to withdraw. The State Department will deliver a notice to the Universal Postal Union in Switzerland Wednesday, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said in a statement.

  • UPS to Grow Footprint Via UPS My Choice Across 112 Countries
    Zacks6 days ago

    UPS to Grow Footprint Via UPS My Choice Across 112 Countries

    UPS aims at enhancing customer experience by expanding the UPS My Choice service in the near term to additional 96 countries.

  • UPS CEO joins former Home Depot chairman on Macy's board of directors
    American City Business Journals7 days ago

    UPS CEO joins former Home Depot chairman on Macy's board of directors

    Cincinnati-based Macy's Inc. is adding the CEO of United Parcel Service Inc. to is board of directors.