solar stocks

Last Week's Losers on Wall Street

Last week was another volatile one for investors. Among the 10 biggest losers were a handful of solar energy stocks that got hammered for a second week in a row, a Dutch data security firm undergoing a dustup, and a few companies that are experiencing the pressures of Wall Street scrutiny for the first time since going public.

LDK Solar Gets a Hand from Chinese Government

LDK Solar recently announced a $240 million investment by the China Development Bank, which gives it more breathing room to deal with its short-term debt situation. Right now, the market is pricing LDK at around $7 a share. Trefis thinks its worth $12. Wondering why? Read on ...

Are Solar Stocks Finally Regaining Their Shine?

Haven't we seen this movie before? As costly oil makes solar look good, investors pile in -- only to be let down when overcapacity sets in and oil prices tumble again. But this time, solar's rebound may be on somewhat firmer ground. Investors, though, still need to be cautious.

Earnings for China's LDK Solar Far Outshine Estimates

The Chinese maker of solar wafers, modules and cells reported third-quarter earnings that easily beat analyst estimates on strong demand and improved pricing environment. The company also raised its outlook much above expectations.