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FedEx Corporation's Best Moves in 2015

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But the three moves mentioned above represent dream decisions for long-term investors. The TNT Express purchase expands FedEx's top line and opens up a new market, the GENCO acquisition ensures it's expanding margins and squeezing the most out of its bottom line, and dimensional weight pricing represents a strategic move to better align its business structure alongside an evolving industry. But no single move is enough to make or break a stock, and investors will need to keep a close eye on FedEx and its next moves in 2016.

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