LDK Solar RISES as Solar Demand Climbs and 3 More NYSE Top Percentage Winners
LDK Solar Co. Inc. American Dep (NYSE:LDK): Neo Solar Power Chairman Quincy Lin says that he currently has a full capacity in his company, and forecasts that worldwide solar demand will jump by 20 percent this year, according to Digitimes. LDK shares closed up 5.8 percent, at $2.19, having traded between $1.54 and $7.52 in a 52-week range.
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J.C. Penney Company, Inc. Holdi (NYSE:JCP) has its price target lowered from $35 to $25 at Credit Suisse, which is now in-line with other Street analysts who worry about the surprise exit of a top executive, although channel checks reveal that the company’s weak sales trends that might be an even worse indicator. Nonetheless, JCP shares closed at $23.49, which is up 5.57 percent, having traded in a 52-week range of $21.57 to $43.18.
AAR Corporation (NYSE:AIR) shares take off, following word that both its chairman/CEO and president added to their investments in the aircraft leasing and maintenance company. Wednesday trading saw the shares up 5.47 percent, closing at $11.76, having traded between $10.00 and $31.66 in a 52-week range.
Lender Processing Services, Inc (NYSE:LPS) shares moved up, closing at $23.87, up 5.43 percent. They have been trading between $12.91 and $27.15 in a 52-week range.
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