WallStAnalyst.com: Solar Stocks Gearing for Consolidation; Fed’s Stimulus Withdrawal May Hit US Markets

  WallStAnalyst.com: Solar Stocks Gearing for Consolidation; Fed’s Stimulus
  Withdrawal May Hit US Markets

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NEW YORK -- January 27, 2014

Wall St. Analyst (www.wallstanalyst.com) has announced its comprehensive
market summary that analyzes the most relevant news, events, and economic
releases. This edition of the newsletter provides an insight into the massive
consolidation that is projected to happen in the Solar Manufacturing industry
over the next few years. The newsletter also throws the spotlight on how the
withdrawal of the Fed’s stimulus bond-buying program could have an adverse
impact on the stock markets in the forthcoming week.

China to dominate solar industry following shakeout and consolidation
Wall St. Analyst analyzes the shakeout being witnessed in the solar industry
that could lead to mergers and acquisitions. However, this consolidation is
not going to change China’s global dominance over the resurgent sector anytime
soon. The industry, which witnessed a recovery phase in 2013, is expected to
surge ahead fueled by improved investor confidence and valuation growth of
companies operating in this industry. More details about the changing the
dynamics of the solar manufacturing industry is available at


Fed’s likely stimulus withdrawal may lead to market mayhem
Over the past few weeks, economic indicators like consumer spending and new
home sales have been reflecting signs of an economic recovery. Given this
positive scenario, the Fed is likely to announce the tapering of its existing
stimulus package. The tapering announcement looks more certain now following
the policy-setting meeting of the Federal Reserve on Tuesday and Wednesday.
This situation is expected to trigger a massive sell-off in the week ahead
following the tightening of liquidity. More details is available at


US stocks end lower amidst fears of global sell-off
The Fed’s likely announcement of the stimulus tapering could have a negative
impact on the stock markets in the forthcoming week. This is mainly because
the tapering will reduce the liquidity in the economy. As a result, the stock
market may witness a massive sell-off in all the major sectors in the coming
days. However, this negative sentiment is seen to be a temporary phenomenon
only. Read more on this topic at


Focus Concepts, Sectors, and Companies
Trina Solar Ltd
Suntech Power Holdings
Canadian Solar
Avon Products

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Wall Street Analyst
Ms. Vani Rao, Chief Editor
+1 347-394-0245
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