Why We Cut Our Price Estimate For Trina Solar To $10

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We ave reduced our price estimate for Trina Solar (NYSE:TSL) from around $12 per share to $10 per share. The key factors driving our downward revision include headwinds in the company’s projects business in China and pricing pressures in the global solar module markets amid stronger manufacturing capacity growth and concerns regarding demand visibility. That said, we still remain bullish on the stock on account of Trina’s relatively low cost base, its focus on expanding in fast-growing solar markets such as India and the Middle East, and the company’s relatively strong financial position compared to its Chinese peers.



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Global Solar PV Manufacturing Capacity Expansion Tops 22 GW In Q1, Cleantechnica, April 2016


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