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¿Es FedEx una buena acción de dividendos tras el mayor desplome en un solo día de la historia de la compañía?

¿Es FedEx una buena acción de dividendos tras el mayor desplome en un solo día de la historia de la compañía?

Acciones de FedEx (NYSE: FDX) slid 21.4% last Friday , marking the worst single-day percentage decline in company history. The sell-off came in response to warnings from CEO Raj Subramaniam that the climate for the package delivery business is swiftly deteriorating.

FedEx’s pre-announcement caught the market off guard, particularly when considering that it was just in late June that FedEx guided for fiscal 2023 diluted earnings per share (EPS) of $22.50 to $24.50, which would have been the highest annual performance in company history.

Now, FedEx is guiding for first-half fiscal 2023 diluted EPS of just $5.98. This signals that the company isn’t merely missing a record performance but is on track to post lower diluted EPS than in fiscal 2022 or 2021.

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