United Parcel Service (UPS)
$161.36 5.58 (3.58%)
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Market Cap 111.27B
PE Ratio 27.68
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 5.85M
Day's Range 157.74 - 164.02
52-Week Range 82.00 - 178.01
Dividend & Yield 3.64 (2.26%)
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United Parcel Service earnings on Thursday have UPS rising quickly after the company crushed Wall Street's EPS and revenue estimates for Q2.
Increased utilization of e-commerce by many retailers and consumers should lift UPS stock over the longer term.
Collect consistent dividend payouts and stake your claim in the continued strength of e-commerce with a position in UPS stock.
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