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May 8, 2013
13:59 EDTEDMC, APEI, LOPE, NAUH, BPI, APOL, ESI, DV, LINC, CECO, STRA, COCOFor-profit education stocks rally after Grand Canyon results
A number of for-profit educations stocks are advancing after one of the companies in the sector, Grand Canyon Education (LOPE), reported stronger than expected first quarter results. Grand Canyon's fiscal 2013 guidance also surpassed expectations. WHAT'S NEW: Grand Canyon reported higher than expected first quarter earnings per share, excluding a one-time settlement. The company's revenue was also higher than expected, and Grand Canyon's enrollment rose 15.7% at the end of the quarter, compared with the same period in 2012. Moreover, Grand Canyon's fiscal 2013 revenue and EPS guidance surpassed analysts' consensus estimates. TODAY'S PRICE ACTION: In mid-afternoon trading, Apollo Group (APOL) jumped 45 to $18.16, ITT Educational (ESI) surged 7% to $19.20, Strayer (STRA) advanced 2% to $46.50, DeVry (DV) added 2.3% to $28.35, and Grand Canyon (LOPE) surged 14% to $29.50.
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August 7, 2014
16:27 EDTDVDeVry reports Q4 EPS ex-items 73c, consensus 67c
Reports Q4 revenue $485.1M, consensus $487.5M. DeVry Group’s institutions graduated nearly 30,000 students in FY14.
15:33 EDTDV Notable companies reporting after market close
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15:31 EDTDVNotable companies reporting after market close
Notable companies reporting after the market close, with earnings consensus, include CBS (CBS), consensus 72c; Consolidated Edison (ED), consensus 54c; Monster Beverage (MNST), consensus 75c; News Corporation (NWSA), consensus 3c; NVIDIA (NVDA), consensus 20c; Computer Sciences (CSC), consensus 94c; CareFusion (CFN), consensus 72c;DeVry Education (DV), consensus 67c; Salix Pharmaceuticals (SLXP), consensus $1.72; Federal Realty (FRT), consensus $1.21; SolarCity (SCTY), consensus (99c); Medivation (MDVN), consensus 24c; Sprouts Farmers Market (SFM), consensus 18c; Alnylam Pharmaceuticals (ALNY), consensus (56c); Lions Gate (LGF), consensus 17c; Mercadolibre (MELI), consensus 56c; Post Holdings (POST), consensus 27c; Assured Guaranty (AGO), consensus 35c; Great Plains Energy (GXP), consensus 41c; Air Lease (AL), consensus 52c; Ubiquiti Networks (UBNT), consensus 51c; SemGroup (SEMG), consensus 35c.
14:10 EDTDVDeVry August volatility elevated at 87 into Q4 and outlook
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13:52 EDTDVEarnings Preview: DeVry to report amid regulatory headwinds for sector
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11:46 EDTLINCLincoln Educational price target lowered to $5.00 from $7.50 at Barrington
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10:51 EDTESIOptions with increasing implied volatility
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08:05 EDTCECOCareer Education sees 2H University and Culinary Arts enrollment positive
The company expects to be total student enrollment positive year-over-year for its University and Culinary Arts segments during 2H as a result of improving enrollment trends, including increased application volume. Career Education President and CEO Scott Steffey said, “The performance of our colleges, institutions and universities is very much in line with our plans as we move further along in our turnaround strategy and some of the early changes we made to the organization begin to generate results. We are very pleased with our progress. The new student enrollment growth we are experiencing with our universities, the total enrollment growth within culinary arts and the sequential improvement in the rate of decline of total enrollments across the organization is consistent with our 2014 goals and positions us well for 2015. Our cash position and overall liquidity also remain strong.”
08:03 EDTCECOCareer Education reports Q2 new enrollments ex-items up 2.3%
For ongoing operations, which excludes Transitional Schools, new student enrollments increased 2.3% for Q2 compared to the prior year quarter.
08:02 EDTCECOCareer Education reports Q2 continuing ops EPS (53c), consensus (52c)
Reports Q2 revenue $229.3M, consensus $233.64M. For ongoing operations, which excludes Transitional Schools, total student enrollments decreased 4.8% as of June 30, as compared to June 30, 2013.
07:13 EDTBPIBridgepoint Education reports Q2-end total student enrollment was 61,117
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07:13 EDTBPIBridgepoint Education reports Q2 EPS 28c, may not be comparable to consensus 14c
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August 6, 2014
17:56 EDTNAUHNational American University sees positive enrollment growth in 2H of FY15
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17:55 EDTNAUHNational American University reports Q4 EPS 5c, consensus 5c
Reports Q4 revenue $32M, consensus $32.27M. Enrollment by headcount decreased 5.4% over the prior-year period to 10,857 students as of May 31.
11:10 EDTESIOptions with increasing implied volatility
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06:52 EDTLINCLincoln Educational backs EPS PS (74c)-(62c), consensus (71c)
Cuts FY14 revenue to $330M-$340M from $340M-$350M, consensus $339.45M. Expects student starts will be down 1% to 3% for the year. Expects to offset shortfall in revenuw ith expense management in 2H14. Backs FY14 positive operating cash flows in 2014.
06:50 EDTLINCLincoln Educational sees Q3 EPs (20c)-(14c), consensus 3c
Sees Q3 revenue $83M-$85M, consensus $89.87M; Expects starts from continuing operations for the third quarter of 2014 to be down 8% to 10% from the third quarter of 2013.
06:49 EDTLINCLincoln Educational reduces quarterly dividend to 2c
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06:48 EDTLINCLincoln Educational: Continued economic challenges negatively impacted Q2
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06:47 EDTLINCLincoln Educational reports Q2 EPS (51c), consensus (54c)
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