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With 7 positions set to report this week, we purposely stayed on the sidelines over the last few days.
Amazon's warehouse-building binge has helped make this possible.
New drone looks cool, but that can't mask company's larger issues.
A drug approval sends Sarepta skyrocketing, while analysts' actions dominate other market movers.
UPS has a lot on its plate right now, from preparing for another busy holiday season to keeping an eye on the future of shipping.
My pal Steve Cortes of BGC sees recent weakness in United Parcel Service as an ominous economic and market signal. But as a reminder, all bearish signposts have so far failed in their predictive abilities. Still, let's check out Steve's chart: Sourc...
Jim Cramer thinks United Parcel Service's is being helped by Amazon.
U.S. stocks turned mixed on Friday, as second quarter gross domestic product came in much lower-than-expected.
On Friday, July 29, investors will get quarterly results from Anheuser-Busch Inbev and the first estimate of second quarter GDP.
A slew of corporate earnings and closely watched Federal Reserve meeting are in focus for the week of July 25.
The company reported that global Prime Day orders Tuesday increased 60% year over year.
We offer 10 names each in the Opportunistic Value portfolio and the Income-Oriented portfolio.
Crude prices were also falling following the BOJ's decision to keep its monetary policy unchanged.
The stock's 2-day retreat could really gain steam if selling pressure picks up.
Ryder is not where you want to be if you are looking for a logistics stock, says TheStreet's Jim Cramer.
Shares of the package delivery company have stayed in a $95 to $115 trading range for more than two years, but fell below that range in January.
Those who were calling for a surprise U.S. recession by mid-year are becoming less concerned.
UPS has been locked in a sideways trading range the past 2 years, but momentum has been waning.
The portfolio has benefited from cash levels and the favorable characteristics of several positions.
The stock's relative strength is impressive in this kind of market.
Its shares stand to rebound in 2016 once the stench of a profit miss wears off.
The job market in January showed gains, but here is why you should be concerned by that report.
Dread has returned, but it's not necessarily due to ever-lower oil prices.
Robust online spending during the holidays helped shipping giant United Parcel Service deliver better than expected quarterly results on Tuesday.
TheStreet’s Jim Cramer is keeping an eye on earnings from Amazon, which are released on Thursday, after the markets close.