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March 18, 2014
15:00 EDTEIX, SCTY, SRE, PCGSolarCity halts energy storage program in California, Bloomberg reports
About 500 SolarCity customers in California have agreed to install and connect systems that include batteries for power storage, but the state’s biggest utilities, namely PG&E (PCG), Southern California Edison (EIX) and Sempra's (SRE) San Diego Gas & Electric, have connected only 12 of them to the grid since 2011, prompting the company to halt its efforts, reported Bloomberg. A SolarCity spokesman said the company has stopped submitting applications because it has "lost faith that these things are actually going to be carried out in any reasonable time.” Reference Link
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February 9, 2016
16:16 EDTSCTYSolarCity drops sharply after earnings
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16:12 EDTSCTYSolarCity reports Q4 EPS ($2.37), consensus ($2.59)
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14:36 EDTSCTYNotable companies reporting after market close
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05:04 EDTSRESoCalGas provides incident update on Aliso Canyon gas leak
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February 8, 2016
15:48 EDTSRESoCalGas to reimburse, extend transition time for residents hit by Aliso leak
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15:12 EDTSCTYSolarCity volatility elevated into Q4 and outlook
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07:26 EDTSCTYDeutsche reiterates Buy rating, $64 target on SolarCity
Deutsche Bank analyst Vishal Shah reiterates a Buy rating on SolarCity with a $64 price target in a research note addressing recent investor concerns. The seller of renewable energy closed Friday up 8c to $29.57. The shares are likely pricing in a worst case scenario, Shah tells investors. He believes the recent five-year extension of the federal Investment Tax Credit for solar could add $30 of incremental equity value. The analyst also believes concerns around SolarCity's availability of capital to achieve 2016 installation targets maybe overblown. The company has sufficient access to tax equity markets and can sell operating assets to achieve growth objectives, Shah contends.
February 5, 2016
09:30 EDTSCTYSolarCity added to Conviction List at Avondale
February 2, 2016
16:41 EDTSRESoCalGas to respond lawsuit through judicial process
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16:41 EDTSRESoCalGas to respond lawsuit through judicial process
In December 2015, the Los Angeles City Attorney and Los Angeles County Counsel filed a complaint on behalf of the People of California against Southern California Gas Company, or SoCalGas, related to the Aliso Canyon natural gas leak for public nuisance and violation of the California Unfair Competition Law. SoCalGas is working hard to both stop the leak and to address our neighbors' concerns. The company will respond to the lawsuit through the judicial process. Southern California Gas Co. is a regulated subsidiary of Sempra Energy (NYSE: SRE), a Fortune 500 energy services holding company based in San Diego.
16:19 EDTSCTYElon Musk boosts SolarCity stake to 21.7%
Elon Musk disclosed an increased stake of 21.7% in SolarCity, which represents 21.28M shares, as of December 31, 2015. Musk, who is Chairman of the Board and founder of the company, holds the shares in a revocable trust.
February 1, 2016
05:13 EDTSCTYSolarCity implied volatility of 117 at upper end of index mean range
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January 29, 2016
08:43 EDTSCTYSolarCity and Sunrun to benefit from CPUC decision, says Morgan Stanley
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07:48 EDTSCTYSolarCity to benefit from new California rule, says Stifel
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06:18 EDTSRESoCal Gas knew of possibility of natural gas well blowout, AP reports
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January 28, 2016
18:30 EDTSCTYSolarCity issues statement on California net metering decision
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16:40 EDTSCTYOn The Fly: Top stock stories for Thursday
The Dow began the session with triple digit gains thanks in part to solid earnings reports from some of America's bellwether corporations and oil prices, which approached $34 a barrel. The market was unable to hold its opening gains and eventually crossed into negative territory. Before the losses became too big the averages reversed and moved back across the flat line. With oil holding onto its gains and closing above $33 a barrel, the averages closed in positive territory ahead of the next barrage of earnings reports. ECONOMIC EVENTS: In the U.S., initial jobless claims fell to 278,000 last week, versus the expected 281,000 first-time claims. Durable goods orders dropped 5.1% in December, versus expectations for a decrease of 0.7%. The core reading, which removes transportation items, was down 1.2%, versus expectations for a decline of 0.1%. The National Association of Realtors' pending home sales index for December rose 0.1%, versus expectations for it to be up 0.9%. COMPANY NEWS: Shares of Facebook (FB) surged 15.5% to $109.11 after the social media giant's fourth quarter earnings and revenue beat expectations. A number of Wall Street analysts increased their price targets for the stock following the report, including Piper Jaffray's Gene Munster, who hiked his target to a "Street-high" $170 per share. Facebook management made only one mention of macro concerns for the business in 2016, significantly different than Apple's (AAPL) earnings call on Tuesday night, Munster pointed out... Caterpillar (CAT) reported better than expected quarterly earnings, excluding certain items, but its revenue came in below the consensus forecast and the heavy equipment maker warned that it does not anticipate an improvement in the world economy or commodity prices in 2016. The stock, which had declined almost 20% in the last three months prior to this morning's report, rebounded 4.7% to $61.08 after the company jumped over the lowered bar that had been set by bearish analysts... Under Armour (UA), which had similarly been the focus of concern recently for some bearish analysts, posted better than expected results on the top and bottom line and backed its fiscal year revenue forecast, proving its doubters wrong and sending its share rocketing up 22.5% to $84.00. MAJOR MOVERS: Among the notable gainers were Intrexon (XON), Inovio (INO) and Cerus (CERS), which gained a respective 10%, 7.6% and 1.4% as the ongoing Zika virus scare brought attention to the companies' efforts fighting the illness. Also higher were SolarCity (SCTY), Sunrun (RUN) and Vivint Solar (VSLR), with the solar stocks jumping 8.5%, 20.5% and 3.6%, respectively, after the California Public Utilities Commission approved new net-metering rules. Meanwhile, Eagle Pharmaceuticals (EGRX) rose 12.2% to $74.44 after announcing commercial availability of its Bendeka injection in partnership with Teva (TEVA). Among the noteworthy losers was Yahoo (YHOO), which lost 3.2% to $28.75 despite a pre-market spike after SpringOwl Asset Management urged the company to seek an investment from a strategic partner. The news was also followed by reports that CEO Marissa Mayer has started restructuring efforts with an "invest/maintain/kill" list, as well as news that Verizon (VZ) denied a report that it had bid for the company's core Internet business. Also lower were OSI Systems (OSIS), Qualcomm (QCOM) and eBay (EBAY), which fell a respective 31.8%, 8.3% and 12.5% following their quarterly earnings reports. INDEXES: The Dow rose 125.18, or 0.79%, to 16,069.64, the Nasdaq gained 38.51, or 0.86%, to 4,506.68, and the S&P 500 advanced 10.41, or 0.55%, to 1,893.36.
14:11 EDTEIX, SCTY, SRE, PCGCalifornia PUC approves new net-metering rules
The California Public Utilities Commission voted 3-2 in favor of the proposed Net Energy Metering Successor Tariff.
13:17 EDTSCTYSolarCity views MLPs better than REITs, Environmental Finance reports
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08:36 EDTSCTYAttractive risk/reward developing in SolarCity, says Roth Capital
Roth Capital says that an attractive risk/reward ratio is developing in SolarCity, whose stock has dropped about 40% this year. However, the firm says that the company "will not be out of the woods" until California finalizes its net metering rules. The firm thinks the final net metering rules will be positive for SolarCity, but it's unsure about when the rules will be finalized, although it thinks they could be finalized later today. It keeps a $65 price target and Buy rating on SolarCity.
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