UPS Stock of the Week

Discussion in 'The Archives' started by afups, Oct 26, 2003.

  1. afups

    afups Guest

    CNN highlighted the performance of UPS stock naming it Stock of the Week this morning. Good news, good stats, good performance.....[​IMG]
     
  2. local804

    local804 Guest

    Very good news for a change......Poor people dealing with the fire in California.God bless our troops in Iraq.[​IMG]
     
  3. afups

    afups Guest

    [​IMG]Closed at 70.33 today. [​IMG]

    Concensus is BUY

    Hope to hear great news next week when the meeting is held with Analysts and others.
     
  4. afups

    afups Guest

    [​IMG] Sorry...The investors meeting will be this Thursday.

    UPS (NYSE:UPS - News) will conduct an Investor's Meeting on Thursday, Oct. 30, 2003, in New York City.
    The theme of the meeting is, "Synchronizing Commerce: A Platform for Profitable Growth," and it will be open to reporters and the public via a live Webcast. There will be no call-in phone numbers.

    During the session, four senior executives will make presentations addressing such things as UPS's financial outlook for 2004; the company's view of competition in the U.S. domestic and international markets; progress in expanding UPS's capabilities to synchronize customer supply chains, and the financial impact of deploying various new technologies.

    The four presenters will include Chairman and CEO Mike Eskew; Chief Financial Officer Scott Davis; David Abney, senior vice president for international operations, and John Beystehner, senior vice president for worldwide sales and marketing. There will be a Q&A session after the formal presentations.

    UPS anticipates the meeting will begin at approximately 12:15 p.m. EST and extend until approximately 2 p.m. To listen and watch the live Webcast, go to www.shareholder.com/UPS and click on "UPS Investor Meeting."

    The Webcast will remain accessible as an archived file on the Investor Relations Website for a limited time following the meeting.
     
  5. tieguy

    tieguy Guest

    I saw some notes from a corporate conference call that suggested we need to try to do an even better job of service while we have all this attention and scrutiny. The hope is to sell the value of this company by doing so. Probably not a bad idea.