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March 22, 2013
10:19 EDTCOCO, LOPE, BPI, CECO, LINC, ESI, EDMC, APEI, DV, NAUH, STRA, APOLAmerican Public Education climbs following Wells Fargo upgrade
American Public Education (APEI), a for-profit education company that focuses on serving members of the military, is climbing after Wells Fargo analyst Trace Urdan upgraded the stock to Outperform from Market Perform in a note to investors earlier today. The budget extension passed by Congress this week restores funding for a program that pays for members of the military to take college courses, Urdan stated. Moreover, the sequester could reduce the number of people serving in the military by as much as 200,000 by the end of this year, according to Urdan, who cited an estimate by the House Armed Services Committee staff. A large number of those leaving the military are likely to use the Post 9/11 GI bill to obtain additional training and degrees, the analyst wrote. Urdan raised his price target on the stock to $37-$41 from $27-$33. In early trading, the stock climbed $1, or 3%, to $35. Other for-profit education stocks also rose, with Apollo Group (APOL) gaining 2% to $17.20, Grand Canyon (LOPE) climbing 1.3% to $25.10 and Education Management Corp (EDMC) advancing 1.6% to $3.75.
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07:48 EDTESIITT Educational reports Q2 EPS 3c, two estimates 10c
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10:27 EDTAPOLApollo Education slides after receiving CID from FTC
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06:31 EDTSTRAStrayer reports total enrollments for summer term up 2% to 37,221
Total enrollments at Strayer University for the summer term 2015 increased 2% to 37,221 students compared to 36,403 students for the summer term 2014. New student enrollments increased by 4%, and continuing student enrollments increased by 2%.
06:31 EDTSTRAStrayer reports Q2 EPS $1.11, consensus 99c
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July 27, 2015
14:38 EDTLINCHeartland Advisors reports 18.5% passive stake in Lincoln Educational
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