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- For SPWR, its 30 day story count is now at 96.
- Over the past 23 days, SPWR's stories per day has been in a clear downtrend, falling by about -3.77 per 3 days.
- The most mentioned tickers in articles about SPWR are LEE, RIOT and AMC.
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Below are the latest news stories about Sunpower Corp that investors may wish to consider to help them evaluate SPWR as an investment opportunity.
SunPower (NASDAQ:SPWR) today announced that has repaid its $30 million, 8.5 percent fixed interest loan with the California Enterprise Development Authority (CEDA). The company is also planning on retiring the balance of its outstanding 2021 convertible bond issue during the second quarter.
SunPower Corporation (NASDAQ: SPWR) today announced seasoned legal leader Regan MacPherson as its new executive vice president and chief legal officer. She brings more than 20 years of legal expertise to SunPower, including work in corporate law and governance, mergers and acquisitions, securities and transactional work and managing legal risk while achieving business objectives. MacPherson replaces Ken Mahaffey who has decided to leave the company to pursue other opportunities.
EBay Inc (NASDAQ: EBAY), SunPower Corporation (NASDAQ: SPWR), Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc (NASDAQ: REGN) and Tupperware Brands Corporation (NYSE: TUP) are four stocks considered technically undervalued this month. Investors may seek out undervalued stocks to invest in for the long term, hoping the market eventually realizes the stock is trading lower than its actual value and makes an upward correction. How A Stock Is Deemed Undervalued: A stock is considered undervalued based on its price-to-earnings ratio (P/E). A stock's P/E is found by dividing the stock’s current share price by its earnings per share (EPS) over the past 12 months. A high P/E indicates the stock is trading above its value and could therefore be overvalued, while a low P/E means it is trading below its value and co...
TOTAL (TOT) begins the production of SAF from some refineries in France. This is going to aid the company in the reduction of emissions from air transportation.
With a price-to-earnings (or "P/E") ratio of 8.4x SunPower Corporation ( NASDAQ:SPWR ) may be sending very bullish...
Jim Cramer is bullish on SunPower and Teladoc, and concerned about DocuSign in this 'ugly market.'
JinkoSolar Holding (NYSE: JKS) fell as much as 11.2%, Sunrun (NASDAQ: RUN) dropped 10.7%, and SunPower (NASDAQ: SPWR) was down 11.6% at its low. Given that there isn't any specific news out about these companies and this is a broad industry sell-off, the best reaction is probably to do nothing.
Everyone’s most talked about battleground stock has been back in play in a big way this week. Yup, GameStop (NYSE:GME). And for good reasons too. Right now though, the price charts of the following three most-shorted stocks have our attention as more actionable trading vehicles for the rest of us. Source: Shutterstock “Gamestonk!!” The market’s most badass short has been keeping the David-versus-Goliath crowd busy with its impressive volatility the past couple sessions. On Wednesday, GME was slammed by 34% and straight into the 76% retracement level of February’s lowly $38.50 print we all wish we bought to March’s “of course we took profits” high of $348.50. The culprit? GameStop’s stock plunge was driven by an earnings disappointment, lack of details by management regarding its turnaro...
The residential solar business has always been more of a finance business than most people think. Sure, solar panels and inverters and labor costs matter, but without financing Sunrun (NASDAQ: RUN), SunPower (NASDAQ: SPWR), Sunworks (NASDAQ: SUNW), and other solar energy stocks wouldn't have a business. What's never really made sense long-term is the way residential solar financing has worked.
U.S. solar panel maker SunPower Corp said on Thursday Chief Executive Tom Werner will retire after 18 years with the company, and will be succeeded by former Amazon.com Inc executive Peter Faricy.