UPS to deliver news that per share earnings up 37% in Q1

UPS is prepared to deliver better-than-anticipated year-to-year revenue numbers for Q1. A company official acknowledged that not even the world's largest package delivery firm expected to enjoy per share revenues 37% greater than a year ago. "Revenue was stronger than we expected due to international volume gains, increased yields in the U.S. and growth in Forwarding and Logistics," said UPS CFO Kurt Kuehn.

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