Richard C. In a word, no. Suntech Power Holdings, a China-based producer of photovoltaic cells and panels, went bankrupt in 2013 and was promptly delisted. It now trades over the counter as STPFQ. I wouldn’t touch this stock with …
Suntech used to be the largest solar panel maker in the world with more than 10,000 employees. It is difficult for the local government to let the solar producer simply die without taking some action. The stock saw a massive surge in volume …
Shares of China’s solar-panel manufacturer Suntech Power Holdings Co. have been on a tear lately, amassing gains of 375% since March, but the meteoric rise suggests investors may be ignoring the company’s seriously deteriorating …
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Suntech was one of the world’s largest makers of solar panels, the first non-state-owned Chinese company traded on the New York Stock Exchange. And Shi, born to a farm family so poor it had to put him up for adoption, was a self-made …
China’s one-time solar champion is about to be delisted from the New York Stock Exchange. The move caps a dramatic reversal of fortune for Suntech Power Holdings, which raised $400 million in an initial public offering in 2005. Suntech’s …
(English article) Not surprisingly, all the talk has taken a toll on Suntech's already-battered shares. Suntech stock has lost nearly half of its value this week, including a nearly 20 percent plunge on Thursday in New York that sent it to an all …
Suntech Power‘s stock continued its slide last week despite the company expressing hope that the U.S. market for solar panels would more than double in 2011. [1] Shares of solar PV manufacturers have come under pressure as European …
Suntech stock took a beating Monday after the company said it might be the victim of fraud to the tune of $679 million. Suntech, whose U.S. subsidiary, Suntech America, is based in San Francisco, said it put $679 million into a fund …
Suntech Power's ( STP) average cost for producing a solar cell has consistently declined over the years. The cost has declined from around 2.28/watt in 2007 to $1.25/watt in 2009 due to improved technology leading to an improvement in …