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Stride, Inc. (LRN)

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35.15-0.61 (-1.71%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
35.57 +0.42 (+1.19%)
After hours: 06:07PM EDT
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Previous close35.93
Bid34.00 x 800
Ask36.15 x 800
Day's range35.75 - 36.54
52-week range25.65 - 44.93
Avg. volume913,504
Market cap1.503B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.34
PE ratio (TTM)27.57
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target estN/A
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    Stride Stock Could Be Smart Pick for E-Learning Future

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    Why Stride Stock Just Popped 7%

    Shares of K-12 online education software stock Stride (NYSE: LRN) -- the company formerly known as K12 -- got an A grade on Wall Street this afternoon, rising 7% through 12:30 p.m. EDT after its earnings report last night. Expected to lose $0.14 per share on $359.5 million in sales in fiscal first-quarter 2022, Stride instead reported a disappointing $0.15-per-share loss -- that's the bad news. Q1 revenue climbed 8% year over year as Stride managed to keep growing its business in the face of a widespread return to in-person learning in U.S. public schools.