UPS - United Parcel Service, Inc.

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
122.57
-0.10 (-0.08%)
At close: 4:04PM EDT
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Previous Close122.67
Open122.06
Bid122.55 x 800
Ask122.99 x 900
Day's Range121.40 - 122.96
52 Week Range89.89 - 123.63
Volume2,197,733
Avg. Volume3,279,601
Market Cap105.251B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.44
PE Ratio (TTM)22.37
EPS (TTM)5.48
Earnings DateOct 22, 2019
Forward Dividend & Yield3.84 (3.13%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-08-16
1y Target Est122.91
Trade prices are not sourced from all markets
  • UPS to hire 100,000 workers for holiday season
    Yahoo Finance Video

    UPS to hire 100,000 workers for holiday season

    United Parcel Service is already recruiting for the upcoming holiday season. UPS announced plans to hire up to 100,000 part time workers for the 2019 season. They can earn between $14 to $30 an hour depending on the job. Last year UPS slightly exceeded its 100,000 hiring goal. And Yahoo Finance's Adam Shapiro and Julie Hyman discuss with the panel.

  • FedEx, Chewy earnings — What to know in markets Tuesday
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    FedEx, Chewy earnings — What to know in markets Tuesday

    Earnings will be in focus Tuesday when FedEx and Chewy report quarterly results after the market close.

  • GlobeNewswire

    UPS And HubBox Team Up To Simplify UPS Access Point® Location Integration For E-Tailers

    Software solution helps e-tailers give consumers more flexibility and control over package deliveries. Consumers will soon have the option to ship directly to more than 38,000 UPS Access Point locations in the U.S. and Europe. Streamlines UPS Access Point location lookup and label printing solutions, increasing convenience for consumers.

  • Why one drone exec is thanking Trump for 'fast-tracking' aerial delivery
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    Why one drone exec is thanking Trump for 'fast-tracking' aerial delivery

    President Trump 'fast-tracked' the drone delivery industry, according to one executive, as Amazon, UPS and others enter the space.

  • Benzinga

    UPS Paying $8.4 Million To Settle Overcharge Claims

    UPS Inc (NYSE: UPS) has agreed to pay $8.4 million to resolve a civil dispute with the U.S. Government over allegations the company overcharged federal agencies for ground package deliveries. The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) claimed that between 2007 to 2014, UPS failed to provide the General Services Administration (GSA), the federal government's purchasing agency, with "lower prices that had been offered to another customer," which violates a price reduction clause in the contract and resulted in the government overpaying for delivery services. "Contractors are expected to carefully comply with the pricing requirements of GSA contracts and other federal contracts," Assistant Attorney General Jody Hunt said on Sept. 13, in announcing the settlement.

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-UPS to pay $8.4 million to resolve U.S. overcharging probe

    United Parcel Service Inc has agreed to pay the United States $8.4 million to resolve allegations it overcharged federal agencies for package delivery services, the U.S. Justice Department said on Friday. The settlement resolves allegations that from 2007 to 2014, UPS failed to follow a General Services Administration (GSA) contract requiring it to provide agencies with certain agreed discounts, resulting in the government paying more than it should have for package deliveries, the government said. The Justice Department said there has been no determination of liability in the settlement that covers ground delivery service.

  • Will High Costs at Ground Unit Mar FedEx's (FDX) Q1 Earnings?
    Zacks

    Will High Costs at Ground Unit Mar FedEx's (FDX) Q1 Earnings?

    Investments toward improving efficiencies at FedEx's (FDX) Ground unit are likely to increase costs, which is a concern in first-quarter fiscal 2020.

  • Will Weak Express Unit Hurt FedEx's (FDX) Earnings in Q1?
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    Will Weak Express Unit Hurt FedEx's (FDX) Earnings in Q1?

    The first-quarter fiscal 2020 results of FedEx's (FDX) largest revenue-generating unit are likely to be hurt by a drop in revenues from international priority packages.

  • UPS to Hire 100,000 Workers Expecting a Record Holiday Season
    Zacks

    UPS to Hire 100,000 Workers Expecting a Record Holiday Season

    UPS expects daily package deliveries during the peak season to nearly double its per day average of 20 million.

  • Benzinga

    "When Rates Really Suck And Drivers Take It On The Chin"

    Viscelli also called into question the benefits of digital freight matching platforms for independent contractors, arguing that the entrepreneurial benefits won't compensate for the heightened competition. "The history of the industry suggests really dense markets make the industry super competitive," said Viscelli, whose cheerful tone belied the critique he unspooled during a recent interview with FreightWaves.

  • FedEx Q1 Earnings Preview: Can FDX Stock Bounce Back After Amazon Breakup?
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    FedEx Q1 Earnings Preview: Can FDX Stock Bounce Back After Amazon Breakup?

    Let's see what to expect from the FedEx's upcoming first-quarter fiscal 2020 financial results, due out after the closing bell on Tuesday, September 17, to see if FDX stock might bounce back after its Amazon breakup.

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    5 Companies Growing Earnings

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  • Verishop takes on Amazon, says retail must embrace 1-day delivery
    Yahoo Finance

    Verishop takes on Amazon, says retail must embrace 1-day delivery

    Online startup Verishop is ramping up the retail battle against Amazon.

  • Benzinga

    Air Cargo CEOs Among New US-UK Aviation Security Group

    A new aviation security advisory group with authority to handle highly classified information affecting the trans-Atlantic market will include air cargo executives from private industry. The Transatlantic Aviation Industry Roundtable (TAIR) will serve as a forum in which DHS, its U.K. counterpart, private-sector companies and others in the aviation sector will meet regularly to discuss trans-Atlantic security issues, according to a U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) notice to be published on Sept. 11.

  • UPS Offers Nearly 100,000 Temp Jobs for the Holidays
    Market Realist

    UPS Offers Nearly 100,000 Temp Jobs for the Holidays

    United Parcel Service (UPS) is gearing up to handle the 2019 holiday season rush. The company has posted thousands of temporary jobs on its website.

  • Benzinga

    Amazon To Fly Two Freighters Of Relief Supplies For Dorian Survivors

    Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) said Sept. 9 that its airline unit will operate two cargo flights as early as next week bound for areas of the Bahamas devastated by Hurricane Dorian. Two aircraft will be deployed, with each operating one flight from Tampa, FL, to Nassau, Amazon said. Supplies are being shipped from Amazon's fulfillment centers nationwide to a fulfillment center in Tampa.

  • The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: United Parcel, PetroChina, Honeywell, CME and HP
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    The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: United Parcel, PetroChina, Honeywell, CME and HP

    The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: United Parcel, PetroChina, Honeywell, CME and HP

  • Reuters

    Target plans to hire 130,000 employees for busy holiday shopping season

    Retailer Target Corp said on Tuesday it was planning to hire 130,000 store employees for the holiday season, 10,000 more than last year, as it readies for a crucial shopping period when in-store and online orders surge. The holiday season, which includes Black Friday, Christmas and New Year shopping, marks the busiest time for retailers and records the most sales during the year. "It's critical we build the right team across our stores and supply chain to deliver an exceptional holiday experience for our guests during the busiest time of the year," Chief Human Resources Officer Melissa Kremer said.

  • Barrons.com

    Amazon’s Threat to UPS Could Be Exaggerated

    Investors in transportation and logistics companies have been fearing the worst about e-commerce trends. One worry is that (AMZN) will deliver more of its own packages, stealing volume from traditional shipping companies. United Parcel Service (UPS) shares have fared better, up more than 24% year to date, but UPS stock is still down 1% over the past 12 months versus a 3% gain of the Dow.

  • Moody's

    Massachusetts Port Authority -- Moody's assigns A1 to BOSFUEL Project's (MA) Special Facilities Revenue Bonds, Series 2019A (AMT) and 2019B (Taxable); outlook is stable

    Moody's Investors Service ("Moody's") has assigned an A1 to the BOSFUEL Project's $129.8 million Special Facilities Revenue Bonds (BOSFUEL Project), Series 2019A (AMT) and $6.8 million Special Facilities Revenue Bonds (BOSFUEL Project), Series 2019B (Taxable), issued by the Massachusetts Port Authority ("Massport") on behalf of BOSFUEL. The A1 rating is driven by the strength of the cost recovery framework supporting the bonds.

  • United Parcel Service (UPS) Gains As Market Dips: What You Should Know
    Zacks

    United Parcel Service (UPS) Gains As Market Dips: What You Should Know

    United Parcel Service (UPS) closed the most recent trading day at $121.66, moving +1.32% from the previous trading session.

  • Benzinga

    UPS Hiring 100,000 Seasonal Workers For Peak, Expanding Access To Tuition Reimbursement Plan

    UPS Inc. (NYSE: UPS) said Sept. 9 that it plans to hire approximately 100,000 full- and part-time seasonal employees to manage the expected surge in daily parcel volumes during the upcoming peak delivery season. In addition, UPS said it will expand access to its tuition reimbursement program for seasonal workers. Under the program, seasonal employees who are students and employed at UPS for three consecutive months will receive up to $1,300 to pay for tuition expenses.

  • Top Research Reports for UPS, PetroChina & Honeywell
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    Top Research Reports for UPS, PetroChina & Honeywell

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  • UPS Hiring 100,000 for 2019 Holiday Season
    InvestorPlace

    UPS Hiring 100,000 for 2019 Holiday Season

    UPS hiring plans for 2019 will have it adding 100,000 seasonal workers.Source: Sundry Photography / Shutterstock.com UPS (NYSE:UPS) says that it is planning to beef up its workforce as it prepares to handle the massive influx of deliveries that comes with the holiday season. This has it looking to bring in additional employees to work through the months of November, December and January.According to UPS, it's seasonal jobs include both full-time and part-time positions. The company also notes that the seasonal work has the potential to become permanent. It notes that over the last three years 35% of seasonal employees have moved on to permanent jobs with the delivery company.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsThe positions that are part of the UPS hiring spree mostly include package handlers, drivers and driver-helpers. However, there are other UPS jobs that may be available for seasonal employees.Students can also benefit from the UPS hiring. The company is willing to pay up to $1,3000 of college expenses for employees that work for the company for three months straight. This is in addition to the normal pay that these employees will receive. * 7 Stocks to Buy In a Flat Market UPS says that it is preparing for a heavy holiday season this year. The company is expecting to handle twice as many packages on a daily basis than what it normally does. It's normal load is 20 million packages per day.Anyone wanting to know more about the seasonal UPS hiring can follow this link. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 3 Artificial Intelligence Stocks to Buy * 7 Industrial Stocks to Buy for a Strong U.S. Economy * 3 Beaten-Down Bank Stocks to Buy and Hold for the Long Term As of this writing, William White did not hold a position in any of the aforementioned securities.The post UPS Hiring 100,000 for 2019 Holiday Season appeared first on InvestorPlace.

  • UPS to pay more despite holding steady on 100K for holiday hiring spree
    American City Business Journals

    UPS to pay more despite holding steady on 100K for holiday hiring spree

    UPS plans to again hire 100,000 seasonal employees to handle the winter holiday rush, but terms from the company's new labor contract will make this year's hiring spree a more sizable investment.