NEW DELHI, INDIA--(Marketwire - Nov 12, 2012) - For companies with operations in the solar energy field, such as First Solar and Suntech Power Holdings, the re-election of President Barack Obama looks to be beneficial. Obama's energy stance has been heralded as greener than Mitt Romney's, and companies well positioned to take advantage of the current market conditions could outperform their peers. Street-Wire posted analysis on First Solar Inc. (NASDAQ: FSLR) and Suntech Power Holdings Co. Ltd. (NYSE: STP) at
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U.S. companies also have the upholding of import duties levied against certain foreign companies to look forward to. The U.S. International Trade Commission set final duties on Chinese solar imports to level the playing field, which had been skewed by Chinese government subsidies allowing producers to sell products below cost. For certain companies in China, this news is not as positive. Our financial analysis on Suntech Power can be accessed at
There are currently several tailwinds for the industry, but it is not without its own set of problems. Solar remains expensive relative to a number of other energy options, and with governments, businesses and individuals still struggling economically, some are putting off solar purchases until they are more financially stable. This trend is being reflected in the quarterly earnings of a number of companies, as sales and earnings remain solid yet subdued. First Solar financial analysis available by signing up for free at
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