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Clean-energy makers and related sectors are poised to benefit from China's multi-billion dollar investment in the field.
Clean Edge and Nasdaq's three benchmark clean-tech stock indices experienced mixed performance last week.
LDK Solar's fourth quarter earnings disappoint, but for analysts and investors, it is the same set of nagging questions that dominate pessimism about the Chinese solar company's outlook.
Clean Edge and Nasdaq's three benchmark clean-tech stock indexes gained ground down last week
Another solar earnings, another series of mixed signals, as ReneSola beats the street on revenues but continues to disappoint on margin levels.
U.S. Steel upgraded at Goldman to Buy. Steel Dynamics upgraded at Keybanc to Buy while sector peers are downgraded elsewhere.
Norway's solar wafer maker REC already reporter devastating earnings this week, and on Friday things are getting uglier, as a nasty legal dispute between REC and a solar client surfaces.
ReneSola announces a huge business win on the same week Norway's solar wafer maker REC reports its bleakest-ever earnings.
One of Germany's most powerful coalition parties is gearing up for a big fight over planned solar incentive cuts.
Solar shares are up broadly on Monday for the first time in two weeks as research bulls reiterated buys on some big solar shares.
JA Solar slides on a downgrade, while some of the Chinese solar players finally stop share price bleeding on Tuesday morning.
The big news in solar on Wednesday was an IPO from a polysilicon player and tariff reductions in France, but the big losers were two popular Chinese solar companies.
Two of the three benchmark Clean Edge indices were up more than 4% each last week.
Solarfun Power is off to a quick start Friday morning, on news it will expand capacity in 2010.
Shares of ReneSola started up modestly on Thursday, but by day-end a failed acquisition bid, and a general selloff in Chinese solar names, pushed shares of ReneSola down.
Shares of JA Solar hit a 52-week high on Wednesday, continuing the torrid pace in the trading of Chinese solar stocks to begin the new year.
The action in the cheaper shares among Chinese solar companies has been frenzied this week, and on Wednesday morning, on a reported upgrade from Morgan Stanley, ReneSola is the main beneficiary.
NEW YORK--David Peltier, Stocks Under $10 Portfolio Manager, details this week's IPO of China Nuokang Bio-Pharmaceutical and highlights interesting changes happening within the China IPO space. Stephanie Link, Director of Research for Action Alerts Plus, details this new name to China Watch and explains how you can play its China connection to your advantage. Breakout Stocks Portfolio Manager Bryan Ashenberg details China Valves Technology, a new name to China Watch, what's driving the stock and how you can play it. Finally, Peltier offers insight on the rumored LDK Solar spinoff and how to play it.
After an outperform upgrade for a trio of solar stocks, the solar sector soars on Monday. But with a major tariff change in Germany looming, are investors getting out ahead of solar reality?
LDK, Yingli and ReneSola's poly projects appear to be much riskier and less lucrative than anticipated.
Solar-equipment companies are experiencing a slowdown because financing is still tight.
Small-solar panel manufacturers in China are planning to bring an additional 1 gigawatt of panels to the market by the end of 2009, which could drop prices further.
Analyst says solar industry faces rising pressure from falling solar panel prices, demand
Movers roundup: JDS Uniphase climbs on results, Reddy Ice up after saying execs will buy stock
ReneSola shares jump over 15 percent after winning $706M solar power plant project in China
Suntech Power repeated some familiar themes for the solar sector in an earnings announcement that offers a mixed bag for investors.
Yingli Energy says its top and bottom lines fell in the second quarter, though its pv module shipments climbed sequentially.
First Solar and Southern California Edison announce plans to build two major solar installations in California.
In advance of a slew of expected earnings reports, solar-sector shares were falling along with the rest of the markets.
LDK Solar says the down solar wafer market hit the company's top and bottom lines.
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