UPS lowered its first-quarter earnings forecast to $0.86-$0.87 per diluted share from $0.94-$0.98. "The US economy has continued to weaken, causing a reduction in domestic package volume and a shift away from premium products. Significantly increased fuel costs in the quarter also contributed to the lower-than-expected results," the company said. It will release first-quarter earnings on April 23.

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