BATS:FDX   FedEx Corporation

FedEx reduced its yearly revenue forecast due to tough competition with UPS and other delivery rivals in a slow holiday season, causing its shares to drop nearly 8%. The company now expects a slight revenue decline instead of previously anticipated steady results. FedEx shares fell to $258.30 in after-hours trading from $280 at Tuesday's close. To protect profits, FedEx cut costs and gained business from UPS before the expiration of UPS's contract covering about 340,000 Teamsters-represented workers. UPS fought back by covering early termination fees for customers who switched to FedEx. Additionally, FedEx plans to buy back $1 billion of common stock in fiscal year 2024.

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