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Demand and Pricing Continue To Unwind in Expeditors’ Q3, but Margins Resilient

Matthew Young Senior Equity Analyst

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Expeditors International's third-quarter gross revenue growth moderated materially to roughly 1% year over year, compared with a 37% increase on average in the first half and 72% for all of 2021. Revenue came in ahead of our expected run rate, likely due to fuel surcharge noise. Overall, stalling growth is not a surprise (even amid the peak season) as we've been expecting the air and ocean forwarding landscape to see more meaningful core-pricing normalization in the second half off pandemic-driven highs, due in part to diminishing carrier-capacity constraints. Recall air and ocean volumes have already been falling in recent quarters on easing retail sector inventory restocking and softening international export activity.

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Expeditors International of Washington is a non-asset-based third-party logistics provider, mainly focused on international freight forwarding. It employs sophisticated IT systems and contracts with airlines and ocean carriers to move customers' freight across the globe. The firm operates more than 200 full-service office locations worldwide, in addition to numerous satellite locations. In 2021, Expeditors derived 38% of consolidated net revenue from airfreight, 27% from ocean freight, and 35% from customs brokerage and other services.

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1015 Third Avenue
Seattle, WA, 98104
Industry Integrated Freight & Logistics
Employees 19,000

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Yes. EXPD has a forward dividend yield of 1.25%. See EXPD’s full dividends and stock split history on the Dividend tab.
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EXPD’s market cap is 17.16 Bil.
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EXPD’s stock style is Mid Core.
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EXPD’s price/sales is 0.95.
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EXPD’s price/forward earnings is 17.12.
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EXPD’s price/book is 4.92.
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