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Germany is expected to announce its latest plan to reduce support for solar installations any day now.
Chinese solar stocks keep moving up as bullishness comes back to the solar sector.
Solar stocks have their biggest day in weeks as outlook on 2011 improves.
GT Solar and ReneSola headed the gainers list, while Halliburton and Petrobras were among the top losers last week.
Halliburton, Petrobras and China Solar are among the stocks with favorable price targets for 2011.
Analysts estimate these five stocks to see an upside of 20%-99% during 2011.
Anadarko and Petrobras topped the energy stocks gainers' list last week.
Solar stocks sell off on Tuesday, as the latest pricing data indicates a decline larger than expected.
Spain plans a retroactive reduction of solar subsidies, a move once considered unthinkable by solar companies.
YPF, an Argentinian oil and gas company, jumped more than 17% last week.
Chinese solar wafer maker ReneSola gets a vote of confidence from Goldman Sachs, while First Solar executives keep selling their own stock.
Clean Edge and Nasdaq's benchmark clean-tech stock indices moved little last week with the Nasdaq Clean Edge Green Energy Index down 3.03%.
Germany is again making waves about cutting support for solar, sending stocks in the volatile sector down.
Is there a way to play the solar supply chain in 2011 that will insulate investors from the worst-case scenario?
Solar shares tank on Wednesday morning as Credit Suisse downgrade the sector.
LDK Solar rallies on its earnings to a new 52-week high, but it's far from the poster child for reaction to solar earnings in the third quarter.
LDK Solar beats and raises, the latest Chinese solar stock to exceed expectations.
ReneSola beats the Street and raises, meeting expectations for a big third quarter for the Chinese solar wafer maker.
Solar stocks are favorites of shorts and short-term traders, but some investors say a recent bullish outlook for the sector makes its companies core holdings.
JA Solar, Trina Solar and RenaSola receive the highest ratings from analysts.
Stocks rose for the third straight week, and TheStreet's latest Bull vs. Bear survey predicts equities will post another weekly gain.
Solar stocks -- including JA Solar, LDK Solar and ReneSola -- lead losses in Tuesday's big market selloff.
Solar rallies on. Is it time for investors to take the money and run? Take our poll to see what 'TheStreet' has to say about solar stocks.
The sell off in shares of TSL could be more dramatic than warranted, and we are considering a bullish call play on the shares.
Stocks ended mostly lower on Thursday as investors nervously awaited tomorrow's jobs report for September.
RenSola shares hit a 52-week high as Macquarie Securities places a big bull bet on the small-cap Chinese solar stock.
Nasdaq's Clean Edge Green Energy Index was up 2.97% last week.
Solar stocks lost some steam last week, but optimism still reigns in the volatile sector.
Cramer likes where the stock is priced and believes it will deliver on its numbers.
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