said last week it expects stock prices for the third quarter to
fall as much as 23 percent. The company said a slower than expected
economic recovery was yielding disappointing tonnage and revenue
whose main business is general hauler Roadway Express, said third-quarter
earnings would be 10 to 20 percent ahead of the second quarter's
30 cents a share. The figure is well below the 43 cents a share
reported for the same period a year ago.
whose biggest customers include wholesalers, retailers and manufacturers,
said the volumes weakness was widespread. Business reportedly
was strongest in the northeastern and southeastern United States.
OH-based company expects third-quarter earnings of 33 to 36 cents
a share. Analysts had forecast 47 to 58 cents a share.