UPS issued a profit warning yesterday, projecting earnings per share for the second quarter of $0.83-$0.88, down from the $0.97-$1.04 per share originally anticipated. It cited "slow US economic growth and an unprecedented increase in the cost of fuel," resulting in lower US package volume than expected and an "accelerating contraction in the use of premium air products."
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