Deutsche Bank: Chinese solar panel makers to order all over the

Polaris solar PV net news: Deutsche Bank AG (DBK) analyst research report released Thursday, Chinese solar panel makers are facing a difficult dilemma to meet local needs, so have refused some orders.

Analysts point out that this Chinese solar panel maker bodes well for fourth-quarter earnings and may face seasonal traditionally negative first-quarter results support; but at the same time, it may still be disappointing third-quarter earnings.

Analysts at Deutsche Bank report recommends that investors buy on dips SunEdison (SUNE), Sun City (SCTY), and Trina solar (TSL). Analysts also pointed out that, as in the United Kingdom and Japan on the market “installed capacity increase” and that some solar panel maker’s first-quarter earnings could exceed expectations. In China, manufacturers would be required to meet before the end of quotas set by the Government. Meanwhile, United States market was still “very strong” on the residential and commercial market in 2015, the demand is expected to grow by more than 30%.

SunEdison up 5% in a trading update on Thursday, Yingli energy (YGE) rose 4.6%, JA Solar (JASO) 4.1%. By contrast, Sun City, the market fell by 1.4%.

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