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LONDON, May 22- Overcapacity in the global solar industry is unlikely to disappear soon, suggest data and strategies outlined in the recent financial reports of top manufacturers. That surplus has contributed to sharp falls in the average selling prices of solar panels, or modules, with knock-on impacts for manufacturing profit margins.
NEW YORK-- Solar companies traded mostly higher on Tuesday as Yingli Green Energy Holdings Co. raised its first-quarter solar shipment forecast. Yingli's revised outlook comes one day after Chinese panel maker JA Solar Holdings Co. announced a rare rise in first-quarter revenue and a smaller-than-expected loss for the period.
May 21- NEW YORK/ WASHINGTON- Europe and the United States both said on Tuesday they were not holding coordinated talks to negotiate an end to a trade dispute with China over the dumping of solar panels onto their respective markets.
WASHINGTON, May 21- WASHINGTON, May 21- The United States is not actively negotiating a solar trade deal with the European Union and China, a spokeswoman for the U.S.
Take a look at some of Monday's midday movers:
Solar stocks rose Monday after Chinese panel maker JA Solar announced a rare rise in revenue and quarterly loss far smaller than expected. JA Solar Holdings Co. Ltd., based in Shanghai, announced Monday that revenue in the first quarter rose compared with a year earlier for the first time since June of 2011, and that its loss narrowed.
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LONDON, May 14- Rejection by the world's trade body last week of preferential support for domestic solar panel makers in Canadian province Ontario brings helpful but limited guidance in a growing number of other disputes.
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LONDON, May 9- U.S. solar module maker and project developer First Solar illustrates wider industry efforts to secure new markets in a shift away from the United States and Europe.
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NEW YORK, May 7- U.S. stocks advanced on Tuesday, with the S&P 500 extending its three-day rally to yet another intraday high, led by gains in the materials and energy sectors. Caterpillar Inc, the world's largest construction and mining equipment maker, was the Dow's biggest percentage gainer with its stock up 2.1 percent at $89.39.
Take a look at some of Tuesday's midday movers:
**ARUBA NETWORKS INC, $17.18, down 22 pct. **RUCKUS WIRELESS INC, $14.51, down 23 pct. **MERU NETWORKS, $4.25, down 10 pct.
**ARUBA NETWORKS INC, $17.83, down 19 pct. **RUCKUS WIRELESS INC, $14.88, down 22 pct. **MERU NETWORKS, $4.19, down 11 PCT.