|Bid||0.00 x 0|
|Ask||0.00 x 0|
|Day's range||270.65 - 274.66|
|52-week range||182.89 - 274.66|
|PE ratio (TTM)||25.07|
|Earnings date||19 Mar 2018 - 23 Mar 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||2.00 (0.74%)|
|1y target est||282.65|
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FedEx Corporation (FDX) is seeing solid earnings estimate revision activity, and is a great company from a Zacks Industry Rank perspective.
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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.
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As per the ADP National Employment Report, US private sector employment rose by 250,000 jobs in December, a healthy improvement from the 190,000 jobs added in November.
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NEW YORK (AP) — President Donald Trump returned to a favorite target Friday, saying that Amazon.com should be charged more by the U.S. Postal Service for the packages it sends around the world.
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.
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. and FedEx Corp. delivered almost all of people’s presents by Christmas Day, with the former company finishing strong after a bruising late November.
In the Trader column over the weekend, I took a look at the transportation sector--and even recommended United Parcel Service (UPS)--but one stock was noticeably absent: FedEx (FDX). In a March 18 column, I argued that weakness in transports wouldn't sink the market, and, at the time of peak Amazon.com (AMZN) worries, threw in a bullish take on FedEx to boot. "The company’s outlook for its fiscal year could suggest that the worst is behind it," I wrote at the time, and the market appears to have agreed: Shares of FedEx have returned 29% including reinvested dividends since then, more than double the S&P 500's 14% return.
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Of the 29 analysts covering FedEx (FDX) stock, eight of them (27.6%) have suggested a “strong buy,” and 13 (44.8%) have recommended a “buy.”