3 Stocks in Focus on the Massive Shift to Online Learning

The coronavirus pandemic has altered the very fundamentals of the way people live, procure and consume. There have been dynamic changes across every aspect of living, and education has been no exception. With millions of children affected by school closures worldwide due to the pandemic, the need for online education has become more pronounced.

The unprecedented health crisis, which triggered restrictions and trends like social distancing, has created a world that is more focused on technology. In fact, the education industry has been trying to integrate technology for quite some time now, and the pandemic has only accelerated the trend. The online education market is estimated to reach $350 billion by 2025, according to a ResearchAndMarkets report.

A significant surge in the use of language apps, virtual tutoring, video conferencing tools and online learning software has been witnessed since the outbreak of COVID-19 as schools and colleges moved to remote

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7 Education Stocks Embracing the New Normal

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The pandemic has brought challenges to education. While the day-to-day world of academic life has turned on its head, several companies have not only adjusted to the “new normal,” but innovated to benefit from these new realities. Therefore today we’ll look at seven education stocks to buy that may be of interest to InvestorPlace readers.

There are potential long-term economic impacts from social distancing and other ongoing coronavirus-driven changes. Laura Gonzalez, Ph.D., associate professor of finance at California State University, Long Beach explains :

Employees are enjoying virtual meetings, which is a savings in work-travel expenses for corporations. Does that mean that the hotel, airline and car rental industries are bound to lose? Not necessarily. Online education for example is experiencing a growth that will lead to a richer tool box, and higher quality additional options going forward. Institutions and

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7 Education Stocks to Buy From Companies Embracing the New Normal

The pandemic has brought challenges to education. While the day-to-day world of academic life has turned on its head, several companies have not only adjusted to the “new normal,” but innovated to benefit from these new realities. Therefore today we’ll look at seven education stocks to buy that may be of interest to InvestorPlace readers.

There are potential long-term economic impacts from social distancing and other ongoing coronavirus-driven changes. Laura Gonzalez, Ph.D., associate professor of finance at California State University, Long Beach explains :

Employees are enjoying virtual meetings, which is a savings in work-travel expenses for corporations. Does that mean that the hotel, airline and car rental industries are bound to lose? Not necessarily. Online education for example is experiencing a growth that will lead to a richer tool box, and higher quality additional options going forward. Institutions and firms that understand the new normal and embrace the new

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Nikkei ends higher on boost from ex-dividend stocks

TOKYO, Sept 28 (Reuters) – Japanese shares closed higher on Monday following bigger appetite for stocks that were set to go ex-dividend this week, although gains were capped due to U.S.-Sino tensions.

The benchmark Nikkei share average rose 1.32% to 23,511.62 and the broader Topix gained 1.69% to 1,661.93. All but two of the 33 sector sub-indexes on the Tokyo exchange traded higher.

Investors took cues from Wall Street’s positive finish on Friday when main indexes gained more than 1%, while in Japan, analysts cited demand for index futures by index and mutual funds lifting sentiment a day before the ex-dividend date.

But U.S.-China tensions capped gains after reports the U.S. had sent letters informing companies that suppliers of certain equipment to China’s Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation must apply for individual export licenses.

Amid the tech-related dispute between the two nations, chipmaker Kioxia Holdings Corp postponed plans for what would

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