'Fast Money' Picks For September 20

On CNBC's "Fast Money Final Trades," Steve Grasso said FedEx Corporation FDX hired 90,000 seasonal workers ahead of the holiday season and last year it hired 70,000. The company is bullish on the holiday season, so he is bullish on the stock and he wants to buy it.

Pete Najarian said Exxon Mobil Corporation XOM is going higher.

Jeff Mills knows nobody likes SPACs anymore, but he wants to buy Beachbody Company Inc BODY. He said it is an early growth play in digital fitness, and it is a good value at its current price.

Karen Finerman is a buyer of United Parcel Service, Inc. UPS. She likes FedEx too.



Posted In: CNBCFast MoneyJeff MillsKaren FinermanPete NajarianSteve GrassoMedia

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