New Oriental Education & Technology Group


New Oriental Education & Technology Group (NYSE:EDU) is a provider of private educational services in mainland China. The Company provides educational services, examinations, teaching resources and publications. Market capitalization is $12.57 billion, PE ratio 45.95 and dividend yield is 0.45%.Guest Rowan Williams, Director from Nitrogen Fund Managers and resident expert Paul Theron from Vestact decide whether New Oriental Education & Technology Group is hot or not.

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