Hanwha Q CELLS plans to follow major rivals in exiting US stock markets

‘Silicon Module Super League’ (SMSL) member Hanwha Q CELLS said it would seek to de-list from NASDAQ, following two major SMSL members, Trina Solar and JA Solar to go private after years of experiencing lower valuations on the NYSE and NASDAQ stock markets, compared to smaller listed US rivals.

JA Solar exits NASDAQ

‘Silicon Module Super League’ (SMSL) member JA Solar has said that its previously planned acquisition by an investor consortium via an all-cash transaction led by its founder, chairman and CEO, Baofang Jin had been completed, resulting in de-listing from the NASDAQ stock exchange.

JA Solar gets closer to NASDAQ de-listing

‘Silicon Module Super League’ (SMSL) member JA Solar is getting closer to de-listing from NASDAQ and going private after over 90% of the ordinary shares held had voted to agree a merger with its Cayman Islands registered parent company, owned primarily by JA Solar’s founder, chairman and CEO, Baofang Jin.

JA Solar leaving NASDAQ in all-cash transaction

‘Silicon Module Super League’ (SMSL) member JA Solar is following another SMSL member, Trina Solar in leaving the NASDAQ and going private via an all-cash transaction led by its founder, chairman and CEO, Baofang Jin.

SunPower’s share price keeps on plummeting but why?

Although covering public listed companies across stock markets in the US, Europe, South East Asia, Hong Kong and mainland China is part of my beat, I have long avoided getting embroiled into individual companies share price movements.

China Sunergy in threat of NASDAQ de-listing

PV manufacturer China Sunergy (CSUN) has been threatened by the NASDAQ that its shares could be de-listed due to non-compliance with the US$1.0 minimum trading price rule.