Thursday, September 27, 2012

First Solar Rebounds On News (FSLR, STEM, DPZ, YHOO, KO)

First Solar, Inc.(NASDAQ:FSLR) shares climbed 4.55% to $21.85after announcing deals with PNM Resources (PNM) to build 4 New Mexico solar plants that will provide 20MW of capacity. Also, the company has hired energy industry vet Bruce Yang to be the managing director for its Chinese ops.

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StemCells, Inc.(NASDAQ:STEM) shares increased 7.25% to $2.07 after the company announced that the first patient with an incomplete spinal cord injury has been enrolled in the Company's Phase I/II clinical trial in chronic spinal cord injury and transplanted with the Company's proprietary HuCNS-SC(R) neural stem cells. The patient, a Canadian man who suffered a thoracic spinal cord injury from a sports-related accident, was administered the cells yesterday at Balgrist University Hospital, University of Zurich, a world leading medical center for spinal cord injury and rehabilitation.

Domino's Pizza, Inc.(NYSE:DPZ) shares increased 1.68% to $36.92 in the morning hour after the company  today opened its 10,000th store and celebrated the milestone in Turkey - one of the fastest-growing markets for the recognized world leader in pizza delivery.

One day after opening its 9,999th store, located in Carlsbad, California, Domino's Pizza opened its milestone store in Kaligthane, a district within the city of Istanbul, in an event attended by Domino's President and Chief Executive Officer, J. Patrick Doyle.

Yahoo! Inc.(NASDAQ:YHOO) stock climbed 1.55% to $15.85. Yahoo! and Media.net announced a long-term agreement to launch Yahoo! Bing Network Contextual Ads, powered by Media.net. The program aims to provide web publishers with a powerful and effective new solution for earning advertising revenue.
Additionally, Goldman Sachs Group has changed its outlook for Yahoo! Inc. to a ‘buy’ rating.

The Coca-Cola Company(NYSE:KO) stock gained 0.98% to $38.13 after JBF Industries Ltd announced that it is entering into a partnership with The Coca-Cola Co to set up production facility for Bio Glycol (MEG) in Brazil. It is estimated that the facility will produce 5,00,000 Tons of material per year by using locally sourced Ethanol from sugarcane, a renewable source of raw material and eco friendly route.  

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