FedEx tumbles 13% on weak 2020 outlook, brokers cut price targets

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Shares of FedEx Corp fell about 13% on Wednesday after the package delivery company slashed its 2020 profit outlook, blaming trade tensions and its split with client-turned-competitor Amazon.com .
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