|Day Low/High||0.00 / 0.00|
|52 Wk Low/High||2.12 / 3.79|
Solar companies were hoping that the new Italian policy on solar would allow for one final gold rush in the explosive market, but details of the new policy suggest another bubble may not evolve.
STR Holdings reported quarterly results that edged Wall Street's consensus view and reaffirmed its full-year financial outlook late Wednesday.
MEMC Electronic Materials reports better results from its solar business after the market close Wednesday and expects to meet its full year guidance.
Energy XXI (Bermuda), El Paso Pipeline Partners and Halliburton are rated top buys.
First Solar is the most important earnings report in the solar sector, but this quarter, there are more eyes on Italy than on First Solar.
Renesola Limited American Deposit Receipt R (NYSE:SOL) has been upgraded by TheStreet Ratings from a sell to hold.
SunPower's surprise deal with European oil giant Total changes the nature of debate about solar stock valuations.
Chinese solar company ReneSola provides a weak outlook on the second quarter and shares slide.
LDK Solar lowers its first quarter revenue guidance by $100 million after the close on Tuesday.
China Ming Yang Wind Power, Banco Macro and ReneSola hold potential to deliver up to 78% returns in the next one year.
RPC, Complete Production Services, Halliburton and Rosetta Resources were major gainers last week. Trina Solar, Suntech Power and Yingli Green Energy lost substantial ground.
Bankers Petroleum, Precision Drilling, OGX and WorleyParsons were major gainers last week.
CNOOC and ReneSola are among the energy stocks trading at a discount to the market.
ReneSola, Weatherford International, CNOOC and Cobalt International Energy were major gainers last week.
The divide between the short-term outlook and long-term trade has never been more stark in the solar sector and for the leading solar stocks after the recent rally.
The supply-and-demand balance in the solar sector dictates solar stock performance. So think you understand solar demand? Take this quiz to rate your solar IQ.
ReneSola, Jinko Solar and LDK Solar will see continued buying over the next one year as focus shifts to safer energy alternatives.
The ongoing nuclear crisis at Japan's Fukushima Daiichi power plant has pushed one sector into the spotlight on Wall Street: solar.
Noah, China Lodging and ReneSola hold potential to deliver up to 72% returns in the next year, based on analysts' targets.
Despite the weakness in U.S. stocks, there is one sector that has escaped most of the selling and has started to show signs of strength: the solar energy complex.
The trading panel ticked off some plays they believe will work as Japan rebounds from the disaster.
ReneSola, Jinko Solar and Trina Solar will likely outperform ExxonMobil, Chevron and ConocoPhillips, according to analysts' estimates of 12-month price targets.
A spike in oil prices is putting a spotlight on the industry after last year's fadeout.
Suntech Power, the largest solar module manufacturer in the world, turns in a revenue beat in the fourth quarter.
Marathon Oil, ConocoPhillips and PetroChina were among the gainers last week.
Solar stocks tumble as a draft legislation in Italy suggests there could be a strict cap on solar installations, the key growth market for 2011.
Shares of Renesola Limited American Deposit Receipt R (NYSE:SOL) were gapping down Tuesday morning with an open price 11% lower than Monday's closing price. The stock closed at $11.05 yesterday and opened today's trading at $9.83.
Chesapeake, Chevron, Petrobras, and ConocoPhillips were among the gainers last week; solar stocks were down.
Sign up to get started or log in to see your watchlist.
Enter a symbol above to add it to your watchlist.
A confirmation email has been sent to the address provided during registration. Please click on the appropriate link to confirm your email address.