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FedEx (NYSE: FDX) has recently risen by 4.4% to more than $103.10 per share on the market, marking the company's biggest one-day gain since October last year. Since the beginning of the year, the company’s stock price has increased nearly 11.6%, lower than the S&P 500’s gain of more than 17.8%. The recent one-day gain was due to the rumor that activist more »
FedEx (NYSE: FDX) is a bellwether of the economy because of its global presence and size. It recently reported its earnings and gave weak guidance, therefore making it evident that the economy remains weak. With a weak outlook from the company let's analyze what to expect from the company and check what it offers investors.
FedEx reported quarterly earnings of $2.13 a share, beating analysts’ estimates more »
It’s very easy to get caught up in the trap of following quarterly earnings in so much granular data that developments in the long term trends can easily be missed. At times, investors are too quick to expect managements to hit quarterly guidance while not focusing on any strategic changes being made. In the case of FedEx (NYSE: FDX), this would be unfortunate because its numbers reveal some fascinating more »
Recently, FedEx (NYSE: FDX) released stronger-than-expected fourth-quarter earnings results. The market has sent its shares up by nearly 1.3%, to nearly $101 per share. However, since the beginning of the year, FedEx gained only 9.6%, much less than the S&P 500’s return of 14.2%. Let’s take a closer look to determine whether or not FedEx could be a good buy at its current price more »
Recently, FedEx (NYSE: FDX) lost nearly 7% of its market value in one day, from $106.46 per share to only $99.13 per share. The drop was due to a profit decline in the third quarter. Since the beginning of the year, FedEx has gained nearly 5.2%. Is the recent drop in its stock price an investment opportunity? Let’s find out.
FedEx, incorporated in 1997 more »
It has been the exact opposite of a dynamite year for TNT Express (NASDAQOTH: TNTEY). Shares of Europe’s second largest (and the world’s fourth largest) package delivery company fell 50% the day UPS (NYSE: UPS) announced that they would withdraw their $7 billion bid to purchase the company. European Union anti-trust regulators indicated to UPS management that they would veto the proposed acquisition (which they officially did a few days later).
Disappointing Results for 2Q13….
The company reported 2Q13 EPS of $1.39 well below consensus of $1.41, indicating that Super-storm Sandy reduced 2Q13 earnings by $0.11/share at the Express Division. Moderate growth in revenues (4.9% yoy) was offset more »