Afternoon Spy: Will First Solar Save The Sector? (CONN, QPSA, CYOU, WNR, MSFT, GS, RAI, FSLR, MRO, CSIQ)
The markets are have come off session lows, but are still trading lower. Investors continue to react to the inability of Congress and President Obama to strike a deal regarding the debt ceiling.
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Goldman Sachs to Buy 26.5% of Turkey’s Aksa Enerji Uretim for $450 Million: Goldman Sachs Group (GS) will buy 26.47 percent of Aksa Enerji Uretim, a Turkish electricity producer, by paying $450 million, to Aksa parent Kazanci Holding, Aksa chairman Cemil Kazanci said in a telephone interview.
Reynolds American’s Estimates Lowered by Two Analysts: Tobacco giant Reynolds American (RAI) saw its earnings estimates cut by analysts at two major Wall Street firms.
First Solar: Can It Save the Solar Sector: Earnings from global leader First Solar (FSLR) are due tomorrow, and while earnings per share estimates for the company have fallen from just over $2 per share to 92 cents per share in the past three months, First Solar remains a top pick in the solar sector.
Marathon Oil Or Marathon Petroleum: Which Is The Better Stock?: At the end of June, Marathon Oil (MRO) spun off its downstream assets.
Canadian Solar names Potter CFO, Raises Second-Quarter Shipment Guidance: Canadian Solar (CSIQ) said second-quarter shipments will be at 295 MW, above prior guidance. Gross margin will be at the lower end of its prior guidance range of 13 percent to 15 percent because of a higher level of outside cell purchases, the company said in a statement.
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