FDX - FedEx Corporation

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
117.00
+1.23 (+1.06%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
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Previous close115.77
Open115.75
Bid117.00 x 800
Ask117.29 x 1000
Day's range114.92 - 117.56
52-week range88.69 - 178.50
Volume2,245,903
Avg. volume3,162,982
Market cap30.566B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.32
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-1.34
Earnings date23 Jun 2020
Forward dividend & yield2.60 (2.22%)
Ex-dividend date06 Mar 2020
1y target est141.92
  • Monmouth (MNR) Buys Industrial Property Net-Leased to FedEx
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    Monmouth (MNR) Buys Industrial Property Net-Leased to FedEx

    Monmouth's (MNR) third high-quality acquisition so far in fiscal 2020 is net-leased to FedEx Ground Packaging System, which plays a key role in keeping supply chains moving.

  • FedEx Will Deliver Strong Returns Without Amazon
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    FedEx Will Deliver Strong Returns Without Amazon

    For stockholders, FedEx (NYSE: FDX) has been dead money for years. FedEx's strength is in their express (or air) unit, which instead mainly supports business to business logistics. First, the bad: In FedEx's most recent quarter, CEO Frederick Smith reported a near 60% drop in profit year over year.

  • FedEx (FDX) Outpaces Stock Market Gains: What You Should Know
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    FedEx (FDX) Outpaces Stock Market Gains: What You Should Know

    In the latest trading session, FedEx (FDX) closed at $117.01, marking a +1.93% move from the previous day.

  • Microsoft (MSFT)-FedEx Partner on Digital Overhaul of Commerce
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    Microsoft (MSFT)-FedEx Partner on Digital Overhaul of Commerce

    Microsoft (MSFT) and FedEx collaborate to deliver an enhanced commerce experience and aid businesses with shipment tracking and visibility into the supply chain.

  • Why Shares of Transport Companies Are Up Today
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    Why Shares of Transport Companies Are Up Today

    Shares of transportation and logistics companies are surging on hopes that scientists are making progress in developing a COVID-19 vaccine, which could speed the process of reopening the economy and getting shipping volumes back to normal levels. Echo Global Logistics (NASDAQ: ECHO) shares were up 11% on Monday afternoon, while shares of FedEx (NYSE: FDX), United Parcel Service (NYSE: UPS), and XPO Logistics (NYSE: XPO) were all up more than 5%. The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted global supply chains and slowed business-to-business activity, crimping some of the most profitable businesses for shipping companies.

  • Dow Jones News: Microsoft Partners With FedEx; Apple Stock Rises as Stores Slowly Reopen
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    Dow Jones News: Microsoft Partners With FedEx; Apple Stock Rises as Stores Slowly Reopen

    Microsoft's cloud will power logistics solutions, and Apple is gradually reopening its U.S. stores.

  • FedEx and Microsoft Form A New Partnership
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    FedEx and Microsoft Form A New Partnership

    The partnership has already produced a solution aimed at helping companies improve their supply chain efficiency.

  • Financial Times

    Five robots that hope to save the US food supply chain

    “Everybody's been talking about the automation wave, the AI wave, and this fourth industrial revolution, but these trends were just creeping along,” said Scott Snyder, a consultant and partner at Heidrick and Struggles. “Now suddenly the business case that might have been marginal before — deploying a pick and pack robot in your backroom — is much more attractive.” Here are five machines leading the food industry’s robot revolution.

  • Investing.com

    RBC Capital Sticks to Their Hold Rating for Ppl Corp.

    RBC Capital analyst Shelby Tucker maintained a Hold rating on Ppl Corp . on Friday, setting a price target of $28, which is approximately 14.24% above the present share price of $24.51.

  • US pilot jailed in Singapore for breaking quarantine order
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    US pilot jailed in Singapore for breaking quarantine order

    An American cargo pilot who admitted to “poor judgment” in breaking a quarantine order to buy medical supplies became the first foreigner imprisoned in Singapore for breaching its restrictions meant to curb the coronavirus, his lawyer said Friday. FedEx pilot Brian Dugan Yeargan, 44, of Alaska, was sentenced to four weeks Wednesday after he pleaded guilty to leaving his hotel room for three hours to buy masks and a thermometer, defense lawyer Ronnie Tan said. Singapore has one of the largest outbreaks in Asia, with 26,000 cases.

  • More stimulus checks from Trump are needed to prevent another stock market plunge: strategist
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    More stimulus checks from Trump are needed to prevent another stock market plunge: strategist

    The stock market may want its latest pound of flesh: more stimulus checks for the U.S. consumer.

  • Why FedEx Stock Fell 5% This Morning
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    Why FedEx Stock Fell 5% This Morning

    Shipping giant FedEx (NYSE: FDX) stock fell more than 5% in early trading Thursday in response to a Wall Street Journal story detailing problems the company may be having in keeping up with demand from its customers. As of 11:30 a.m. EDT, FedEx shares have recovered some of their losses, and are trading down "only" 3.3%. As WSJ reports, closures of retail stores and stay-at-home orders for consumers have resulted in an increase in online ordering -- and demand for transportation companies such as FedEx to deliver items ordered online.

  • FedEx Caps Business With Certain Customers Due to Coronavirus Strain
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    FedEx Caps Business With Certain Customers Due to Coronavirus Strain

    FedEx (NYSE: FDX) has reportedly asked about two dozen retail customers to ease off on the number of shipments they are sending from certain retail locations, complaining the FedEx's network is being overwhelmed by retailer operational changes made due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It might seem odd for a major transport and shipping company to limit the business it does with key customers, but according to a Wall Street Journal report, FedEx has done just that with a number of retailers including Kohl's, Nordstrom, Bed, Bath & Beyond, and Groupon. The issue, according to the report, is changes in the way retailers are entering shipments into the FedEx system.

  • Marine Unit Buoys Kirby Amid Oil and Gas Market Weakness
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    Marine Unit Buoys Kirby Amid Oil and Gas Market Weakness

    Falling revenues in oil and gas market is a major setback for Kirby (KEX). However, growth in marine division is impressive.

  • Business Wire

    FedEx Releases 2020 Global Citizenship Report

    FedEx Corp. (NYSE: FDX) announced today the online release of its 2020 Global Citizenship Report (GCR), which details the company’s corporate social responsibility strategies, goals, programs and progress. The 12th annual report includes updates on the progress of the company’s citizenship goals in FY19, which ended May 31, 2019, and focuses on how the company connects the global economy through innovative technologies, pioneering approaches and customer-facing solutions. The release comes as the company continues to use its global network to keep commerce and aid moving during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • What UPS' Coronavirus-Influenced Quarterly Report Revealed to Investors
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    What UPS' Coronavirus-Influenced Quarterly Report Revealed to Investors

    In a move unlikely to surprise anyone, UPS followed FedEx (NYSE: FDX) in withdrawing its full-year guidance due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. The contrast is most striking in the U.S. domestic package segment, where a high-single-digit revenue increase matched with a 42.2% fall in operating profit.

  • Business Wire

    FedEx Awards More Than $250,000 to Winners Of the Eighth Annual FedEx Small Business Grant Contest

    FedEx announced today that Access Trax– a California based company that manufactures a foldable pathway that allows people with physical disabilities to access outdoor terrain– is the grand prize winner of its eighth annual FedEx Small Business Grant Contest. Access Trax will receive a $50,000 grant, plus $7,500 in FedEx Office® print and business services to help with its mission to empower people of all abilities to access the outdoors.

  • Why Shares of FedEx Are Falling Today
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    Why Shares of FedEx Are Falling Today

    Shares of FedEx (NYSE: FDX) fell more than 5% on Friday as the shipping and transport giant was among the targets of a nationwide one-day strike protesting worker safety during the COVID-19 pandemic. FedEx falls into a category of companies that have seen parts of their business increase due to the pandemic, with consumers increasingly turning to online orders for their basic staples in response to government advisories to stay at home. FedEx says it has prioritized the safety of its workers and is taking added steps to try to keep its facilities clean and virus-free, but for at least some workers, apparently the company is not doing enough.

  • While Amazon Was Distracted, FedEx and UPS Made Their Moves
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    While Amazon Was Distracted, FedEx and UPS Made Their Moves

    The two logistics names are creating partnerships, while Amazon just focuses on meeting overwhelming consumer demand for essential goods.

  • Business Wire

    FedEx Launches New Initiatives to Provide E-Commerce Support for Small and Medium Businesses

    FedEx launches new initiatives to support small and medium businesses including new alliance with BigCommerce to assist during COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Coronavirus has hit the trucking industry ‘like a brick wall’
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    Coronavirus has hit the trucking industry ‘like a brick wall’

    The $800 billion trucking industry scrambles to keep supply chains moving as coronavirus triggers skyrocketing demand for necessities.

  • FedEx (FDX) Up 20.3% Since Last Earnings Report: Can It Continue?
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    FedEx (FDX) Up 20.3% Since Last Earnings Report: Can It Continue?

    FedEx (FDX) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.

  • XPO Logistics CEO: 2020 will be a losing year for earnings growth in trucking and most industries around the world
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    XPO Logistics CEO: 2020 will be a losing year for earnings growth in trucking and most industries around the world

    XPO Logistics founder and CEO Bradley Jacobs pulls no punches on the state of his business during the coronavirus pandemic.

  • Investing.com

    Oil's Rebound Sputters as Market Sees More Builds

    OK, enough of OPEC, time to move on to the EIA and rig count. Oil prices settled mixed Monday as players nodded to historic output cuts agreed by world producers while questioning their efficacy. Traders said focus was now on weekly data on U.S. crude stockpiles due on Wednesday from the Energy Information Administration, and industry firm Baker Hughes’ survey on oil rigs slated for Friday.