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TAL Education Group (TAL)

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4.6200+0.1400 (+3.12%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
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Previous Close4.4800
Open4.5600
Bid4.5500 x 1000
Ask4.6500 x 1800
Day's Range4.3750 - 4.6200
52 Week Range4.0300 - 90.9600
Volume14,296,946
Avg. Volume33,616,752
Market Cap2.979B
Beta (5Y Monthly)-0.01
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.1900
Earnings DateOct. 20, 2021 - Oct. 25, 2021
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateMay 09, 2017
1y Target Est47.08
  • Bloomberg

    China Freezes Tutoring Firms’ Fees, Enrollment Pending Approvals

    (Bloomberg) -- China has banned firms that teach school subjects from enrolling new students or collecting fees until they’re officially registered as non-profits by the end of 2021.The education ministry now requires those companies to complete their registrations before the end of the year, it said in a notice posted Tuesday. The edict was the latest in a stream of incremental regulations directed toward a once-thriving online education industry since July, when Beijing forbade after-school tu

  • Bloomberg

    China Says Government to Set Prices for After-School Classes

    (Bloomberg) -- China said local governments should set the fees for after-school tutoring institutions that offer compulsory education subjects, another step in the country’s efforts to overhaul the private education sector. Local governments should establish benchmark fees and floating ranges, and include them in pricing catalogs, according to a notice from the National Development and Reform Commission. Price increases from the standard level will be capped at 10%. Local governments need to re

  • Motley Fool

    Why Chinese Education Stocks Crashed Again Today

    After rebounding strongly in Tuesday-morning trading, shares of Chinese education stocks have taken a U-turn today. Well, after Chinese regulators passed one -- hopefully -- final law on data privacy Monday, speculators began speculating that this might be the end of China's raft of regulations on the tech sector and perhaps the for-profit education sector as well. As you'll recall, I suggested yesterday that investors jumping back into the market and bottom-fishing for cheap education stocks might be jumping the gun a bit -- that the better course of action would be to pause and make certain that no new regulations are coming before determining whether the share price losses these stocks have endured have resulted in true bargain valuations despite the regulations.