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FreightNazi

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UPS announces its 3-Q results tomorrow, and analysts are already
previewing the possible results. The company projects third quarter
earnings between 81-cents and 87 cents per share. Analysts expect
UPS to earn 86-cents per share on $10.39 billion in sales. FTN
Midwest Research analyst Mark Davis has said he expects "fairly
strong air results," as the company's U.S. air delivery business
takes market share from rival FedEx. He also projects that last
quarter's turnaround at UPS's ground segment will continue.
 
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