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29 ноября, 14:26

Макростатистика США разрешит сомнения инвесторов

Глядя на итоги вчерашних торгов, казалось бы, можно сделать вывод, что все идет по плану. Действительно, после четырех дней роста на прошлой неделе очень многие аналитики прогнозировали вчера остановку роста и небольшую коррекцию.

29 ноября, 14:26

Макростатистика США разрешит сомнения инвесторов

Глядя на итоги вчерашних торгов, казалось бы, можно сделать вывод, что все идет по плану. Действительно, после четырех дней роста на прошлой неделе очень многие аналитики прогнозировали вчера остановку роста и небольшую коррекцию.

29 ноября, 13:18

Американский премаркет: ожидание итальянского сюрприза

Глядя на итоги вчерашних торгов, казалось, что все идет по плану. Действительно, после 4-х дней роста на прошлой неделе очень многие аналитики прогнозировали вчера остановку роста и небольшую коррекцию.

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26 ноября, 15:18

9 самых молодых миллиардеров, которым нет ещё и 30

Среди самых богатых людей планеты девятерым не исполнилось ещё и 30 лет. Конечно, далеко не все из самых молодых миллиардеров заработали такое состояние самостоятельно. Фото: onlynetworth.com Впрочем, не все из них даже занимаются бизнесом. В этой статье рассказываем кто они эти самые богатые молодые люди планеты планеты, чем живут и как у них получилось разбогатеть. Ева Мария Браун-Людик — 29 лет ($1,4 млрд) Ева Мария Браун-Людик — дочь Барбары Браун-Людик, члена наблюдательного совета медицинской компании B. Braun Melsungen AG. Некогда это была небольшая медицинская компания, но стараниями купившего её в 1977 году Георга Брауна, компания стала самым крупным производителем медицинского оборудования. Сам Людвиг — двоюродный брат Барбары Браун-Людик. Лукас Уолтон — 29 лет ($10,4 млрд) Отец Лукаса погиб в 2005 году и оставил своему сыну пакеты акций крупного ретейлера Wal-Mart и компании First Solar. Суммарно стоимость этих ценных бумаг перевалила за $10 млрд, при том, что Лукасу досталась лишь треть от всего состояния отца. Однако, в бизнесе новоиспечённый миллиардер не участвует. Ван Хань — 28 лет ($1,3 млрд) В 2004 году Вн Хань унаследовал авиакомпанию Juneyao Air от своего умершего отца. Миллиардеру принадлежит 27% авиакомпании, акции которой очень сильно выросли в цене после удачного выхода на IPO. Кроме того Ван Хань владеет 14% сети универмагов, которые также входили в холдинг его отца. Бобби Мерфи — 27 лет ($1,8 млрд) В 2011 году Бобби Мерфи и его университетский приятель Эван Шпигель создали приложение Snapchat для обмена фотографиями и видео, которые самоуничтожаются через 10 секунд. Став очень популярным во всём мире сервис принёс богатство своим основателям. Людвиг Теодор Браун — 26 лет ($1,2 млрд) Людвиг Теодор Браун владеет 9,69% семейной компании B. Braun Melsungen AG, которую в 1977 году возглавил его отец Людвиг Георг Браун. За эти десятилетия Георгу Брауну удалось превратить B. Braun Melsungen AG в крупнейшего производителя медицинского оборудования. Эван Шпигель — 25 лет ($2,1 млрд) Эван Шпигель родился и вырос в семье обеспеченных юристов в Малибу. Во время учёбы в Стэнфордском университете он познакомился со своими будущими партнёрами Бобби Мерфи и Реджи Брауном. Вместе они создали Snapchat — мобильный сервис, в котором пользователи обмениваются самоуничтожающимися сообщениями. Приложение моментально набрало популярность. В 2013 году Snaphat пыталась купить Facebook за $3 млрд, но Шпигель отклонил предложение. На данный момент у сервиса более 100 миллионов пользователей. Густав Магнар Витзё — 22 года ($1,1 млрд) Густав Магнар — ещё один «миллиардер по наследству». Его отец передал ему все свои акции класса «В» компании Salmar ASA, являющейся крупнейшим в Норвегии производителем лосося. И хотя наличие серьёзной доли уже делает Густава миллиардером, компанией по-прежнему управляет его отец. Катерина Андерсен — 20 лет ($1,2 млрд) Своим состояние состоянием семья Андерсен обязана табачному бизнесу. Прапрапрадедушка Катерины основал её в 1849 году и со временем стал крупнейшим производителем сигарет в Норвегии. В 2005 году Андерсены продали свою компанию как они говорят «по этическим причинам». Сделка принесла семье 500 миллионов долларов. Все деньги были вложены в фонды прямых инвестиций и хедж-фонды. В 2007 году отец Александры перевел более 80% акций своей компании Ferd Holding на имя дочерей. Впрочем, отец всё ещё лично контролирует компанию, но доли в компании уже делают его дочерей миллиардерами. Причём самыми молодыми в мире. Александра Андерсен — 19 лет ($1,2 млрд) Младшая сестра Катерины. Александра, как и Катерина владеет 42% компании отца, впрочем, в отличие от него Александра не проявляет к бизнесу никакого интереса. Она профессионально занимается верховой ездой и хочет связать с этим спортом свою жизнь. Читайте также: Пикантные снимки высокопоставленных украинских чиновниц Лучшие изобретения 2016 года по версии журнала TIME Эталонные красавицы разных стран и континентов 15 секретов Мелании Трамп, самой нетипичной первой леди в истории США Американская журналистка опробовала первую в мире секс-куклу мужского пола

25 ноября, 15:33

Korea Electric (KEP) Q3 Net Income Down, Fuel Costs High

During the third quarter, Korea Electric (KEP) witnessed substantial volatility in fuel costs which might pose challenges in the fourth quarter.

23 ноября, 22:33

The Tesla-SolarCity Merger, Part 2: What’s Next for the Solar Industry?

The Tesla-SolarCity merger was approved by shareholders last week. But challenges still remain. What’s next for the solar industry?

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23 ноября, 16:12

JA Solar (JASO) Q3 Results Impressive, Competition Rife

JA Solar's (JASO) focus on expanding its geographical customer base has boosted international sales.

21 ноября, 22:33

Canadian Solar (CSIQ) Q3 Earnings Meet Estimates, Down Y/Y

Canadian Solar Inc. (CSIQ) reported third-quarter 2016 earnings of 29 cents per share, in line with the Zacks Consensus Estimate. Reported earnings, however, plunged 63.3% from the year-ago tally of 79 cents per share.

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18 ноября, 16:55

Canadian Solar (CSIQ) Brings Power Project Online in Japan

Canadian Solar Inc. (CSIQ) has begun commercial operation of a 24 megawatt-peak (MWp) solar photovoltaic ("PV") power plant in Yamaguchi Prefecture, Japan.

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17 ноября, 16:23

JA Solar (JASO) Beats on Q3 Earnings, China Shipments Down

JA Solar's (JASO) third-quarter 2016 adjusted earnings of 13 cents per diluted American Depositary Share (ADS), exceeded the Zacks Consensus Estimate of 3 cents by a wide margin

17 ноября, 15:49

JinkoSolar (JKS) Tops on Q3 Earnings, Ups Shipment View

JinkoSolar Holding (JKS) reported third-quarter 2016 non-GAAP earnings per American Depositary Share (ADS) of $1.12, beating the Zacks Consensus Estimate of 84 cents by 33.3%.

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17 ноября, 15:46

First Solar shares down 10.9% premarket

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17 ноября, 15:07

Investors See Rockier Road To Low-Carbon Economy Under Trump, But No Dead End

This story first appeared on Ecosystem Marketplace Despite the election of Donald Trump as President of the United States, pension fund managers like Pete Grannis of New York state and Gerald Cartigny of Dutch fund manager MN said they have no plans to re-load their portfolios with high-carbon fossil fuels - because the numbers still don't make sense. "We are not an impact investor; we are not a social investor," said Grannis, who is Deputy Comptroller for the state of New York and oversees pensions for more than one million employees, speaking at year-end climate talks here in Marrakesh, Morocco. "We are a crass, long-term investor for a million people, and we have to make decisions, we have to be right, and we can't take undue risks." Increasingly, he said, coal is seen as a risky investment - and that won't change with a new US administration. "We look at climate change as a serious risk to investment portfolio," added Cartigny, who manages more than €90 billion in assets for two million people - roughly one-seventh of the Dutch pension sector. "In the last five years, if you had put your money into US listed coal equities, you'd have lost well over 90% of that," said Anthony Hobley, CEO of the Carbon Tracker Initiative, which contributed to coal's decline by pointing out that most fossil fuels still in the ground were, essentially, stranded assets that were unlikely to be recovered in a green economy. "More than 30 US coal companies have gone into Chapter 11," he added. No one here disputes the dismal economics, or the fact that Trump simply cannot deliver on his promise to revive the coal sector. But several participants have called on the business sector to at least try and fill any leadership gaps that open in Washington, and on this prescription there is less consensus. Many are hoping that, as Trump becomes more acquainted with the economics of sustainable development, he'll back off his more extreme environmental rhetoric, as he has on gay marriage and other issues. "I think President-elect Trump is a pragmatist," said Yvo de Boer, former General Secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), in an interview to appear on the Bionic Planet podcast later today. "He's not a fundamentalist," de Boer said. "I don't think he's against the green economy or against sustainability as a matter of principle, but he'll probably want to understand the business proposition better, and he'll want to understand how acting on green and how acting on climate can contribute to America's future." John Pershing, the US Special Envoy for Climate Change, made a similar argument in his Monday briefing to reporters. "In the US, utility-scale solar costs have fallen by almost 65% since 2008," he said. "We're installing [solar facilities] for economic reasons - not policies that favor one source over another, but economically-driven programs." He added, however, that he has had no contact yet from the Trump transition team. Nevertheless the Founder and Managing Partner of Althelia Ecosphere Christian del Valle said forward-thinking corporates have an ally in state and municipal governments. "Regional governments aren't going to stop what they're doing, certainly not in the West Coast or New England," del Valle said, noting that even Texas, a traditionally red state, is involved in a massive renewable energy roll-out. "It's not because they woke-up and were suddenly tree-huggers. It's because it made good business sense. States have enormous power in the grand scheme of things and maybe more continuity in policy than in Washington," he added. Happy Talk or Hard Reality? The weekend World Climate Summit was billed as an opportunity for business to "build on the global deal" that was struck in Paris, but with the US responsible for 18% of global greenhouse-gas emissions, it's not really clear that the deal is global anymore. In the early sessions, no panelists mentioned Trump by name, but several referred to the new need for business to take the lead. Bertrand Piccard, whose Solar Impulse project engineered the first solar-powered, round-the-world airplane flight last year, set the tone in his opening address. "All these technologies that made Solar Impulse fly around the world are technologies that can be used on the ground, to make our world more efficient," he said. "But if we want to motivate people to use these technologies, we have to use their language - their words, and their psychology." No one seems to dispute the need for better messaging and education, especially in light of the fact-free campaign that just won the White House and both houses of Congress, but neither does anyone seem clear on what, exactly, "corporate leadership" entails. Some companies, like Unilever, Nestlé, and Kellogg's, have certainly taken a leadership role by reducing their greenhouse-gas emissions and promoting sustainable land-use practices, but they remain the exceptions that prove the rule. Fill the Gap With Green(wash)? "There is a very real risk that 'optics' will come to be even more dominant in this space than it has been," said Mark Trexler, an environmental economist and longtime proponent of private-sector engagement who now runs the ClimateWeb initiative, aimed at curating climate knowledge. "Companies and others wanting to demonstrate their climate change bona fides, but with little real impact on the climate change problem," he said. "More REC (Renewable Energy Certificate)-based green energy purchases? More ultra-cheap offset purchases? More science-based targets that sound great but do they actually accomplish anything? More internal carbon pricing at levels that makes no difference to decision-making? Etc. Etc." Analysis by both Ecosystem Marketplace and the Forest Trends Supply Change project at least partially bears that out. A survey of carbon offset buyers, for example, showed that an internal price on carbon does seem to impact decision-making, but analysis of corporate pledges to reduce deforestation compiled by the Forest Trends Supply Change project shows a more complex picture. Specifically, companies that report progress on their pledges are showing dramatic progress, with pledges being 72% of the way to their goal, on average. Unfortunately, companies are reporting progress on less than half of their pledges, begging the questions: Do companies only disclose progress when it is good news? How can companies be held accountable for these commitments? And, since the progress information is almost always self-reported, can the numbers be trusted? "The business reality is that a Trump Administration poses substantial business risk when it comes to climate change," said Trexler. "Since climate change itself is proceeding apace, and very possibly accelerating in alarming ways, delaying significant policy action on climate change simply raises the likelihood of much more disruptive policy action in the future." If we don't act soon, he warns, we could hit a climate response tipping point: "where all of the nibbling around the edges of public and corporate actions gives way to science-based policy that truly upends the climate chessboard." For More Details, Check the Bionic Planet Podcast We will be featuring extended interviews with many of the people cited here in a new edition of the Bionic Planet podcast, entitled "Climate Change in the Trumpocalypse / Part 2", to be posted later in the week. Bionic Planet is available on iTunes, TuneIn, Stitcher, and here: -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

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17 ноября, 00:24

First Solar to slash 1,600 jobs

Nov 16 (Reuters) - First Solar Inc, the largest U.S. solar equipment maker, said it would slash about 1,600 jobs, or 27 percent of its global workforce, to cut costs as it transitions to production of Series 6 modules.

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17 ноября, 00:09

First Solar shares halted after PV maker raises guidance, announces restructuring

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16 ноября, 01:37

What A Trump Presidency Means For The Markets

U.S. President Elect Donald Trump came in to the Presidential race as an underdog, but came out on top. Hillary Clinton won the popular vote by a small margin, but Trump had a massive lead on Clinton in the electoral votes. In the end, Trump had 279 electoral votes versus Hillary Clinton's 218, and he only needed 270 to win. NY Times Presidential Election Results Now, when Trump was taking the lead, the overnight futures market went into panic mode, not knowing what's in store for the U.S. The S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average futures were down over 4 percent at one point overnight on November 8, 2016. The Nikkei 225 closed down over 5 percent and the Hang Seng Index closed down 2.16 percent. After the market opened, market participants were able to digest the U.S. Presidential election results and buyers stepped in. Despite the S&P 500 futures being down over 4 percent at one point while electoral votes were being tallied, the futures rebounded and the SPDR S&P 500 ETF (NYSEARCA: SPY) opened up down only 0.81 percent on November 9, 2016. By 10:35 AM ET, the SPDR S&P 500 ETF was down less than 0.50 percent. Additionally, the SPDR Dow Jones Industrial Average ETF (NYSEARCA: DIA) was down only 0.15 percent at 10:35 AM ET. The markets ended up higher by over 1 percent across the board after the election, a welcoming surprise for the economy. Despite Trump being largely unpopular with many Americans and the media, the markets are taking this news quite well. There are some sectors that should thrive under Trump's presidency, which include the biotechnology and pharmaceuticals industries, as well as the precious metals industry over the short term. However, Mexico-related companies and renewable energy companies should see weakness under Trump's presidency. Biotechnology and Pharmaceuticals Industry Prior to the election, Hillary Clinton was against price gouging in the biotech and pharma industry, which added a high degree of volatility to some big names in the industries. The iShares Nasdaq Biotechnology ETF (NASDAQ: IBB) tracks biotechnology and pharmaceutical equity securities listed on the NASDAQ, and it was down over 20 percent over the past year as of October 31, 2016. The news of Trump securing the U.S. Presidential candidacy was great for the biotech and pharma industry. If you recall, in 2015,Clinton tweeted about reforming the industry after Martin Shkreli raised the price of Daraprim from $13.50 per pill to $750 per pill. Additionally, she tweeted about Mylan raising the price of its two-pack EpiPen to over $600. Now, these companies don't have to worry as much about the price gouging scrutiny that would have stemmed from a Clinton presidency. The iShares Nasdaq Biotech ETF was up over 7 percent by 11:00 AM ET. The strong upside move was led by IBB's largest holdings, Celgene Corporation (NASDAQ: CELG), Biogen Inc. (NASDAQ: BIIB) and Gilead Science Inc. (NASDAQ: GILD). Celgene was up over 8 percent, Biogen over 6 percent and Gild nearly 6 percent at 11:00 AM ET. Some may call this a positive black swan event for the biotech and pharma industry. Precious Metals Precious metals are usually a good hedge for political risk. With Trump as the U.S. President elect, market participants may be looking to the precious metals industry to hedge some of the risk associated with his candidacy. The SPDR Gold Shares (NYSEARCA: GLD) opened up over 2 percent higher the day after the election, and investors could be piling into gold-related companies. Some ETFs and names to keep an eye on are: GLD, VanEck Vectors Gold Miners ETF (NYSEARCA: GDX) and VanEck Vectors Junior Gold Miners ETF (NYSEARCA: GDXJ). Additionally, you may want to keep Barrick Gold Corporation (NYSE: ABX), Newmont Mining Corporation (NYSE: NEM) and Newcrest Mining Limited. Mexico-Related Stocks Trump poses large risk to Mexico, after the comments he made leading up until the election. He's now the U.S. President elect, and Mexico-related ETFs and the Mexican peso will see weakness. USD/MXN spiked up over 13 percent at one point on November 9, 2016, but gave back some of its gains and remained up just over 8 percent by 11:00 AM ET. One of the largest ETFs tracking Mexican stocks, the iShares MSCI Mexico-Capped ETF (NYSEARCA: EWW) was down over 9 percent due to the news that Trump will be the next U.S. president. EWW aims to track MSCI Mexico IMI 25/50, an index composed of Mexican stocks. Trump's proposed policies on trade and immigration, in relation to Mexico, are severe risks to Mexico's economy, which could send EWW lower. By the end of trading, EWW was down over 8 percent. Energy Stocks Trump's view of global warming as a hoax will hit the renewable energy market and cause those stocks to fall. Saying global warming is a hoax is one of Trump's most senseless comments, and now that he took the win from Clinton, climate change could be put on the backburner of issues to be taken care of. With this thinking, money will flow out from renewable energy companies, a negative for the global climate. The Guggenheim Solar ETF (NYSEARCA: TAN) tracks the MAC Global Solar Energy Index and invests in stocks of large solar companies, such as SolarCity, First Solar, Canadian Solar and Trina Solar. Trump's presidency will reduce innovation in this industry, leading to negative effects on climate. The Guggenheim Solar ETF was down over 5 percent due to Trump's noxious view on global warming. Banking Industry The banking sector remained strong due to the implications of a Trump presidency. Banks surged higher after the results because Trump may reduce regulations in the industry. Trump's presidency is thought to be more business-friendly, which is a plus for the financial services industry. Banks have been largely vilified since the global financial crisis, and Trump's presidency could breathe new life into this industry as it hits multi-year highs. The iShares U.S. Financials ETF (NYSEARCA: IYF) is an exchange-traded fund that invests in some of the world's largest financial services companies, such as Berkshire Hathaway, JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo, Bank of America and Citigroup. The iShares U.S. Financials ETF gained over 2 percent due to Trump's business-friendly nature. The Bottom Line We still don't know what Trump will do until he does it. His comments have been filled with false promises, and he may not follow through with everything he said he will do. For now, Trump's candidacy is good news for some industries, but bad news for others. Specifically, the biotech and pharmaceuticals industries are poised to rebound now that there's no risk of Clinton changing regulations for the industry. Moreover, the precious metals industry could thrive depending on the political risk that Trump may add. Financial services companies benefit from a Trump candidacy since he could reduce regulations. However, Mexican stocks should see weakness, and there could be short opportunities in EWW and other Mexican-related stocks. Trump's presidency is bad for companies aiming to fight global warming, particularly solar ETFs. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

15 ноября, 16:43

8point3 (CAFD) to Acquire Interest in 300MW Solar Project

8point3 Energy Partners LP (CAFD) has signed an agreement to acquire a 34% interest in First Solar Inc.'s (FSLR) 300-megawatt ("MW") Stateline solar project located in San Bernardino County.