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While analysts see the termination of SunEdison's takeover of Vivint Solar as a positive, they're less certain about SunEdison's prospects.
Stocks didn't join in on oil's rally on Monday but they certainly felt the pinch from its downturn a day later.
Vivint Solar backs out of deal to be acquired by SunEdison after latter breaches terms of merger agreement.
Vivint Solar (VSLR) stock is dropping in early afternoon trading on Tuesday after the company ended its merger agreement with SunEdison (SUNE).
Stocks move off lows by mid-afternoon Tuesday, though crude remains a drag despite lowered output forecasts from a top energy watchdog.
Vivint cites 'willful breach,' leading analysts to think that SunEdison will be dragged into a large lawsuit over the deal and continue to be financially stressed.
U.S. stocks extended losses by the middle of the session on Tuesday as crude gave back some of the gains achieved over Monday's rally.
Stocks extend losses by mid-morning Tuesday as crude oil comes off highs achieved in a rally a day earlier.
Stock futures are slightly lower on Tuesday following weaker trade data from China.
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On Friday, the troubled solar company announced a settlement agreement with Latin America Power Holdings.
In addition to a pending court case, SunEdison will also not be able to file its 10-K in a timely manner.
The SunEdison/Appaloosa 'soap opera' continues.
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Thursday's court ruling in favor of SunEdison still gives David Tepper options in his bid to block a deal.
The stock closed up 36% on Thursday and continued to rally after hours as Appaloosa Management's move is blocked.
Let SunEdison be a reminder why it's best not to follow the advice of influential investors.
The troubled renewable-energy company receives yet another blow.
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Investors considering a purchase of Vivint Solar Inc shares, but cautious about paying the going market price of $8.72/share, might benefit from considering selling puts among the alternative strategies at their disposal. One interesting put contract in particular, is the April put at the $4 strike, which has a bid at the time of this writing of 20 cents.
No reasons given, but Gundin resigned from the company's board in November.
Lawsuits are generally a bad thing but one analyst thinks it could help SunEdison out of a bad deal.
The troubled Missouri-based renewable energy company announced plans to restructure its debt. The market didn't take the news too kindly.
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