Piper Jaffray Cuts Price Target on American Public Education (APEI) to $24; Reiterates Neutral
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Piper Jaffray maintained a Neutral rating on American Public Education (NASDAQ: APEI), and cut the price target to $24.00 (from $25.00), following the company's 2Q earnings report. APEI reported EPS of $0.41 compared to estimates of $0.40.
Analyst Peter P. Appert commented, "Continued weak enrollment trends are weighing on APEI's operating results, with soft guidance for 3Q suggesting continued significant headwinds at both APU and Hondros College of Nursing. Given limited visibility into a turn in enrollments, we remain on the sidelines. Maintain Neutral rating; reduce estimates and price target."
Shares of American Public Education closed at $28.80 yesterday.
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