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- For FDX, its 30 day story count is now at 94.
- Over the past 29 days, FDX's stories per day has been in a clear downtrend, falling by about -0.62 per 2 days.
- The most mentioned tickers in articles about FDX are DOW, MAR and AMC.
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Photo by jkitan/E+ via Getty ImagesThough the REIT industry is generally considered attractive, not every company and not every niche offers the same kind of prospects. As an example, one region that is particularly hot for the industrial space, especially warehouses, is Southern California. The amount of trade that takes...
Coinbase's initial market cap hit $85.8 billion this week, making it more valuable than some of the biggest American companies.
FedEx Office, a world-class provider of convenient, state-of-the-art printing, packing and shipping services and subsidiary of FedEx Corp. (NYSE: FDX), and Vericast, a leading marketing solutions company, together with its line of Harland Clarke promotional solutions, have joined forces to provide a wide selection of custom branded merchandise to help businesses across industries build brand recognition and drive company growth as COVID-19 challenges continue.
KeyBanc Capital Markets upgrades FedEx (FDX) to Overweight from Sector Weight. The firm says its data tracking shows B2C parcel volumes remained strong through the end of Q1. That trend combines with more resilient airfreight dynamics, leverage to improving global economic activity and rational pricing dynamics. Analyst Todd Fowler: "We...
In a preview of Q1 results for transportation/logistics names, Baird is largely expecting the companies to digest some recent positives, alongside a stronger backdrop for demand and pricing. That's definitely the case compared to expectations at the start of the year, analyst Garrett Holland notes. Demand is being extended by...
A proprietary KeyBanc Capital markets index ndicates continued strong business-to-consumer volumes in early 2021, the sell-side firm said in a note. FedEx Corporation (NYSE: FDX ) faces a rational pricing environment and the opportunity to gain market share as United Parcel Service, Inc. (NYSE: UPS ) “takes a more measured approach to volume growth,” according to KeyBanc. The FedEx Analyst: Todd Fowler upgraded FedEx from Sector Weight to Overweight and established a $350 price target. The FedEx Takeaways: B2C volumes … Full story available on Benzinga.com
The FedEx Packaging Lab has a bevy of testing equipment to test package safety. It recently put an Otter Products' box used to ship wine to the test.
United Parcel Service is the world’s biggest express carrier and package delivery company. Is UPS stock a buy as the coronavirus e-commerce boom fuels growth?
FedEx Office Donates $100,000 in Printing to Future Ready Schools in Support of Students Impacted by Pandemic
FedEx Office, a world-class provider of convenient, state-of-the-art printing, packing and shipping services and subsidiary of FedEx Corp. (NYSE: FDX), announced today the donation of a retail value of $100,000 for in-kind printing services and solutions to Future Ready Schools®, an equity-focused initiative to transform teaching and learning. The donation aims to reduce disparities in student learning, worsened by COVID-19.
(Bloomberg) -- United Parcel Service Inc. is buying 10 small electric-powered aircraft that take off like helicopters and fly like planes, aiming to reduce its costs from contracting with small air freighters to reach far-flung areas.The first delivery of the ALIA-250 from Stone Point Capital-backed Beta Technologies is expected in 2024, UPS said in a statement Wednesday, and the courier has an option to acquire as many as 150. While the vehicles will be piloted, UPS already envisions drone versions that could fly on their own and would be less costly to operate.For all the hype surrounding potential passenger-carrying air taxis, UPS’s foray into electric vertical takeoff and landing aircraft signals that freight delivery is likely to be one of the first industries to take advantage of ...