Education stocks ride higher after Credit Suisse comes with out a somewhat counterintuitive take that the for-profit sector will fare better with Mitt Romney as the President instead of Obama. Earlier this week, BofA lifted estimates for a number of education names on its view that new enrollment declines may level off. Leading advancers: CECO +5.9%, BPI +5.4%, DV +4.4%, ESI +4.3%, APOL +3.0%.
Education stocks ride higher after Credit Suisse comes with out a somewhat counterintuitive take...
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