UPS

Here's What Analysts Think of UPS.

This afternoon we watched United Parcel Service drop -2.1% to a price of $177.84 per share. The large-cap Integrated Freight & Logistics company is now trading -6.76% below its average target price of $190.73. Analysts have set target prices ranging from $100 to $235 per share for United Parcel Service, and have given the stock an average rating of buy.

United Parcel Service's short interest — meaning the percentage of the share float that is being shorted — is lower than average at 1.6%. The stock's short ratio is 3.39. At 0.01%, the company's rate of insider ownership does not indicate that management is heavily invested in the corporation.

Another number to watch is the company's rate of institutional share ownership, which now stands at 72.5%. In conclusion, we believe there is mixed market sentiment regarding United Parcel Service.

Institutions Invested in United Parcel Service

Holder Shares Date Reported Percentage Value
Vanguard Group, Inc. (The) 67,099,021 2022-09-29 9% $11,932,889,648
Blackrock Inc. 57,991,006 2022-09-29 8% $10,313,120,294
State Street Corporation 28,226,941 2022-09-29 4% $5,019,879,084
JP Morgan Chase & Company 20,662,111 2022-09-29 3% $3,674,549,744
FMR, LLC 20,006,896 2022-09-29 3% $3,558,026,311
Bank of America Corporation 16,642,052 2022-09-29 2% $2,959,622,466
Geode Capital Management, LLC 12,532,506 2022-09-29 2% $2,228,780,821
Capital International Investors 9,962,484 2022-09-29 1% $1,771,728,118
Ameriprise Financial, Inc. 9,821,476 2022-09-29 1% $1,746,651,255
Northern Trust Corporation 9,264,081 2022-09-29 1% $1,647,524,131
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