Solar stocks are in motion on Wednesday and we highlight the details space investors need to know about the rally.
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Enphase Energy’s earnings report includes adjusted earnings per share of 73 cents on revenue of $412.7 million. Both are above the 59 cents per share and $399.62 million in revenue that Wall Street expected from the company.
Enphase Energy’s strong earnings report has other solar stocks winning in symphony with it. Let’s see how all these actions are doing below!
Solar stocks up on Wednesday
- Enphase Energy stock is up 10.4% on Wednesday morning.
- Solaredge Technologies (NASDAQ:SEDG) shares are posting a 4.8% gain at the time of this writing.
- sunrun (NASDAQ:CLASSES) the stock climbs 5.9% alongside ENPH shares.
- First Solar (NASDAQ:FSLR) stocks join the rally on Wednesday with a 3.6% gain this morning.
- Sun Power (NASDAQ:SPWR) the stock takes its place on our list with shares up 2.6% at the time of this writing.
- Sunnova Energy International (NYSE:NOVA) shares close out the solar stock rally list today, with shares of the company jumping 7% on Wednesday morning.
Of course, it’s not just solar stocks in motion today!
Plenty of other stocks rise and fall on Wednesday, and InvestorPlace has all the latest news traders need to know. Some examples include recent rumors surrounding Beggar (NASDAQ:MNDT) stock, what you need to know about Chipotle Mexican Grill (NYSE:GCM) after its earnings beat, plus the biggest pre-market stock moves for Wednesday! You can find out all about these questions by checking out the following links below!
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