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Analysts Take on United Parcel Service, Inc. (NYSE:UPS)

Analysts on the Street are expecting United Parcel Service, Inc. (NYSE:UPS) to post an earnings per share number of $1.6 for the quarter that ends on 2015-12-31. The figure is the consensus from all of the firms that have issued estimates on the company. Research analysts have a consensus long-term growth estimate of $10.86 on the company. This estimate considers both sales and earnings over the next three to five years. The three months ago estimate was at $10.86.

12 analysts from the sell-side that cover United Parcel Service, Inc. (NYSE:UPS) have given stock price projections where they expect the number to be within the next year. The consensus target from these analysts currently sits at $108. The lowest projection sees the stock at $95 within the next 52 weeks while the highest sees the stock at $115 over the same period. On an analyst ratings scale of 1 through 5, United Parcel Service, Inc. has a rating of 2.21 comprised of the 12 firms that provided ratings. Using this scale, a 1 represents a Strong Buy while a 5 represents a Strong Sell.

United Parcel Service, Inc. last reported earnings per share of $1.39 on 2015 1-0-27 for the quarter that ended on 2015-09-30. The surprise factor was 1.46% which was $0.02 away from the expected number. The company is expected to release their next quarterly earnings on or around 2016-02-02.

United Parcel Service, Inc. (UPS) is a package delivery company. The Company delivers packages each business day for 1.1 million shipping customers to 7.7 million consignees in over 220 countries and territories. During the year ended December 31, 2012, it delivered an average of 16.3 million pieces per day worldwide, or a total of 4.1 billion packages. It serves the global market for logistics services, which include transportation, distribution, forwarding, ground, ocean and air freight, brokerage and financing. The Company has three segments: U.S. Domestic Package, International Package and Supply Chain & Freight. In February 2012, it acquired Kiala S.A.

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