Should you sell Coursera Inc (COUR) in the education and training services sector?

Coursera Inc (COUR) sits in the middle of the education and training services industry according to InvestorsObserver. COUR received an overall rating of 42, meaning it scores above 42% of all actions. Coursera Inc also scored 63 in the education and training services sector, putting it above 63% of education and training services stocks. Education and training services are ranked 119 out of 148 industries.

COUR has an overall score of 42. Find out what this means for you and get the rest of the ranking on COUR!

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What’s going on with Coursera Inc Stock today?

Coursera Inc (COUR) stock is trading at $20.03 at 12:03 p.m. on Friday, February 11, down -$1.03, or -4.89% from the previous closing price of 21, $06. The stock has traded between $19.08 and $20.17 so far today. Today the volume is high. So far, 1,307,662 shares have been traded with an average volume of 1,040,134 shares. Click here for the full Coursera Inc. stock report.

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