FedEx delivered its second-quarter earnings report Thursday, beating estimates and reporting 10 percent revenue growth to 10.6 billion dollars.
The company's shares were last up more than 6 percent in afternoon trading.
Hatfield forecasts that future growth for the logisitics services company will come from international domestic networks, moreso than the U.S., which he said is "already a mature market."
U.S. domestic revenue for FedEx currently represents less than 10 percent in total revenues.
In the swing of holiday shipping season, Hatfield says online orders are driving the U.S. domestic business.
Customers moving away from brick-and-mortar stores, and moving towards e-commerce is "definitely benefitting" FedEx, he added.
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Arthur Hatfield, as per Morgan Keegan policy, does not own the stock in the companies he covers.