First Solar (NASDAQ:FSLR)

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J.P. Morgan Raises Targets on Top Solar Stocks Before Earnings

With second-quarter earnings season off and running, most of the firms that we cover on Wall Street are taking a relatively positive view of not only earnings this quarter, but ...
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Short Interest Heats Up in Solar Stocks

The solar sector attracted more interest in the past two weeks as shorts look at forward multiples and rising share prices and begin to bet that the sector is overbought. ...
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Bull and Bear

Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Alcoa, BP, Broadcom, Garmin, Gigamon, KKR, Potash, Zillow and More

Stocks were trying to stage a small recovery on Wednesday after two days of selling pressure have rattled the markets. Investors are still looking for upside in stocks, but perhaps ...
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Solar Farm Desert

Chile’s Atacama Desert to Be First Solar’s Next Massive Solar Project

First Solar Inc. (NASDAQ: FSLR) may have had this project on the books for a while, under contingencies, but the company is now apparently going to be building the largest ...
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Solar rooftop installation

Short Interest Heats Up Again in Solar Stocks

The solar sector doesn't excite investors the way it did a few years ago, and short sellers have been about as enthusiastic. Prices have stabilized for solar products and that ...
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Southern Company Buys New Mexico’s Biggest Solar Farm From First Solar

Southern Company (NYSE: SO) announced Friday that it is partnering with Turner Renewable Energy to buy New Mexico's largest solar facility from First Solar (NASDAQ: FSLR). Terms of the deal ...
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Why Trina Solar Is Driving Solar Stocks

Solar panel maker Trina Solar Ltd. (NYSE: TSL) reported earnings Wednesday morning and the company’s earnings per American Depositary Share (ADS) of $0.37 was more than 12-times better than the ...
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Short Interest in Solar Stocks Cools Off

We continue to track the short interest changes in a number of solar PV and installation companies. The following information is based on data reported for the two-week period ending ...
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solar power

First Solar Earnings Better Than Stock Reaction

After reporting first-quarter earnings after markets closed Tuesday night, solar PV maker First Solar Inc. (NASDAQ: FSLR) cannot seem to get any love. The company nearly doubled the consensus earnings ...
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Solar rooftop installation

First Solar Shines, Raises Guidance

Thin-film solar PV maker First Solar Inc. (NASDAQ: FSLR) reported first quarter 2014 results after markets closed Tuesday. The company posted diluted earnings per share (EPS) of $1.10 and $950 ...
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Solar rooftop installation

SunPower Shines With Google in Residential Solar

SunPower Corp. (NASDAQ: SPWR) announced Wednesday morning that it would join with Google Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOGL) to provide up to $250 million in new financing for residential solar installations. Google ...
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Alternative Energy sources

Earth Day’s Reckoning for Solar Power

One of the lasting legacies of the 1960s is Earth Day, first observed in the U.S. in 1970 and now celebrated (or at least, observed) in 192 countries around the ...
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75 dollar oil

The Argument for $75 Oil Should Be $95 Oil

The oil industry may feel picked on by Barron's of late. Master limited partnerships (MLPs) were not exactly given the biggest welcome mat in a piece about Kinder Morgan Inc. ...
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Alternative Energy sources

J.P. Morgan: Only Three Solar Stocks to Buy and Own Now

With any other emerging technology, the cheaper it gets, the more it is accepted. Solar is the living proof of that. The good thing for investors that embrace a position ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: First Solar, NII, NRG, Ulta, Under Armour and More

Stocks are adjusting to a period of the post-Fed rate hike timing guidance and tensions with Russia. Investors want to make money on the upside, but they want to avoid the ...
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