Yingli Green Energy (YGE -5.7%) trades lower after Goldman cuts the stock to sell. The firm says...


Yingli Green Energy (YGE -5.7%) trades lower after Goldman cuts the stock to sell. The firm says the solar supplier's operating costs are higher and more inflexible than that of its peers, making its earnings vulnerable to competitive pricing pressures.

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  • Jan H. Lessner
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    Which are those minority interests causing those expenses critizised by Goldman Sachs?
    The other argument seems to me not very convincing. Producing to some extent the poly silicium should not be more expensive than buying. Or is there any good reason, that pure poly producers can produce it cheaper by economies of scale?
    8 Jul 2011, 04:10 PM Reply Like
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