Share FedEx past years among best American shares

The past years FedEx gained a lot in value. The past year the 10 year with a huge profit of 82 percent one of the best shares of America. Since the start of this year, the average American stock rose year approximately 251 percent in value. Other winners over the past 10 years are Argan Inc, NetFlix and Ebix Inc.

Returns FedEx versus American stocks

Buy & hold Returns stock FedEx several periods, excluding dividend returns

Since 2012 the stock has a loss of 24 percent. over the past 90 days the stock made a profit of 7 percent.

Tomorrow the American FedEx will publish its past quarters figures. For this year FedEx's revenue will be around 68,2 billion USD. This is according to the average of the analysts' estimates. This is slightly lower than 2019's revenue of 69,69 billion USD.

Historical revenues and results FedEx plus estimates 2020

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The analysts expect for 2020 a net profit of 2,23 billion USD. The majority of the analysts expects for this year a profit per share of 8,65 USD. The PE-ratio therefore is 15,04.

Per share the analysts expect a dividend of 2,6 USD per share. Thus the dividend yield equals 2 percent. The average dividend yield of the transport companies is a limited 0,89 percent.

Recent target prices around 38 USD

Kepler Capital Markets, ING and Deutsche Bank recently provided recommendations for the stock.

FedEx's market capitalization is based on the number of outstanding shares around 34,59 billion USD. The FedEx stock was the past 12 months quite volatile. Since last June the stock is 19 percent lower. This year the stock price moved between 89 and 179 dollar.

Historical stock prices FedEx past 10 years

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Click here for dividend FedEx. On Monday, the stock closed at 130,08 USD. Nieuwsdienst: +31 084-0032-842

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