1165.HK - Shunfeng International Clean Energy Limited

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Previous Close0.238
Open0.238
Bid0.243 x 0
Ask0.250 x 0
Day's Range0.236 - 0.255
52 Week Range0.228 - 0.550
Volume3,290,000
Avg. Volume4,621,906
Market Cap1.079B
Beta1.96
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.231
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est0.30
  • Reuters3 months ago

    BRIEF-Shunfeng International Clean Energy Posts FY Total Revenue Of RMB10.02 Bln

    March 28 (Reuters) - Shunfeng International Clean Energy Ltd : * FY TOTAL REVENUE RMB10.02 BILLION VERSUS RMB8.28 BILLION * ‍ FY LOSS ATTRIBUTABLE RMB832.1 MILLION VERSUS LOSS OF RMB2.11 BILLION​ Source ...

  • Reuters4 months ago

    BRIEF-Shunfeng International Clean Energy Sees Loss Of About RMB830 mln For FY

    Feb 14 (Reuters) - Shunfeng International Clean Energy Ltd : * ‍EXPECTED THAT GROUP WILL RECORD A LOSS FOR YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2017​ * EXPECTED THAT GROUP WILL RECORD A LOSS OF ABOUT RMB830 MILLION ...

  • Reuters5 months ago

    Job creator, or job killer? Trump angers solar installers with panel tariff

    WASHINGTON/LOS ANGELES Jan 23 (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump signed into law a steep tariff on imported solar panels on Tuesday, a move billed as a way to protect American jobs but which the solar industry said would lead to thousands of layoffs and raise consumer prices. The 30 percent tariff on solar panels is among the first unilateral trade restrictions imposed by the administration as part of a broader protectionist agenda to help U.S. manufacturers, but which has alarmed Asian trading partners that produce lower cost goods. The administration also introduced a tariff on imported washing machines.

  • Reuters5 months ago

    Q&A-Winners, losers of Trump's solar panel tariff

    President Donald Trump on Tuesday signed into law a steep tariff on imported solar panels on Tuesday, a move billed as a way to protect American jobs but which the solar industry said would lead to tens of thousands of layoffs. WHAT IMPACT WILL THE DECISION HAVE ON THE SOLAR INDUSTRY? Trump has said the tariff will lead to more U.S. manufacturing jobs, by preventing foreign goods that are cheap and often subsidized from undercutting domestic products.

  • Reuters5 months ago

    Job creator, or job killer? Trump angers solar installers with panel tariff

    WASHINGTON/LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump signed into law a steep tariff on imported solar panels on Tuesday, a move billed as a way to protect American jobs but which the solar industry said would lead to thousands of layoffs and raise consumer prices. The 30 percent tariff on solar panels is among the first unilateral trade restrictions imposed by the administration as part of a broader protectionist agenda to help U.S. manufacturers, but which has alarmed Asian trading partners that produce lower cost goods. The administration also introduced a tariff on imported washing machines.

  • Reuters5 months ago

    Trump signs solar panel tariff, angering U.S. installers

    WASHINGTON/LOS ANGELES Jan 23 (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump signed into law a steep tariff on imported solar panels on Tuesday, a move billed as a way to protect American jobs but which the solar industry said would lead to thousands of layoffs and raise consumer prices. China, the world's biggest solar panel producer, complained the decision would undermine global trade. The 30 percent tariff on solar panels is among the first unilateral trade restrictions imposed by the administration as part of a broader protectionist agenda intended to help U.S. businesses struggling to compete with companies producing lower-priced goods overseas.

  • Reuters5 months ago

    Trump slaps steep tariffs on washing machines, solar products

    U.S. President Donald Trump signed an executive order on Tuesday imposing steep import tariffs on washing machines and solar panels, saying the move showed the United States would not be taken advantage ...

  • Reuters5 months ago

    US solar sector says Trump tariffs will kill American jobs

    President Donald Trump's move to slap steep tariffs on imported panels will kill tens of thousands of jobs, raise the cost of going solar and quash billions of dollars of investment, the U.S. Solar Energy Industries Association warned on Tuesday. The criticism from the industry's top trade association raises questions about whether Trump's tariff, billed by the administration as a move to protect U.S. manufacturing jobs, will backfire by forcing layoffs in what had been one of the energy industry's fastest growing sectors. "We are not happy with this decision," SEIA President Abigail Ross Hopper said on a conference call with reporters.

  • Reuters5 months ago

    UPDATE 2-Trump slaps steep U.S. tariffs on imported washers, solar panels

    WASHINGTON/LOS ANGELES, Jan 22 (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump slapped steep tariffs on imported washing machines and solar panels on Monday, giving a boost to Whirlpool Corp and dealing a setback to the renewable energy industry in the first of several potential trade restrictions. The decisions in the two "Section 201" safeguard cases followed findings by the U.S. International Trade Commission that both imported products "are a substantial cause of serious injury to domestic manufacturers," U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer said in a statement.

  • Reuters5 months ago

    U.S. slaps tariffs on some imported solar cells, washers

    President Donald Trump has approved recommendations to impose safeguard tariffs on imported large residential washing machines and imported solar cells and modules, U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer said on Monday. The decision followed findings by the U.S. International Trade Commission that both imported products "are a substantial cause of serious injury to domestic manufacturers," Lighthizer said in a statement. A 20 percent tariff will apply on the first 1.2 million imported washers in the first year, and a 50 percent tariff on machines above that number.

  • Reuters5 months ago

    U.S. slaps tariffs on some imported solar cells, washers

    President Donald Trump has approved recommendations to impose safeguard tariffs on imported large residential washing machines and imported solar cells and modules, U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer said on Monday. The decision followed findings by the U.S. International Trade Commission that both imported products "are a substantial cause of serious injury to domestic manufacturers," Lighthizer said in a statement. A 20 percent tariff will apply on the first 1.2 million imported washers in the first year, and a 50 percent tariff on machines above that number.

  • Reuters5 months ago

    U.S. solar panel import tariff to hit European, Asian manufacturers

    SINGAPORE/BERLIN (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to slap tariffs on solar panel imports is a blow to a booming global industry, and hit stocks in European and Asian solar groups on fears their business might suffer. Although the move was intended to help American manufacturers, some in the sector said it would slow U.S. investment in solar power and cost thousands of U.S. jobs. Trump on Monday approved a 30 percent tariff on solar cell and module imports, dropping to 15 percent within four years.

  • Reuters5 months ago

    U.S. solar panel import tariff to hit European, Asian manufacturers

    SINGAPORE/BERLIN, Jan 23 (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to slap tariffs on solar panel imports is a blow to a booming global industry, and hit stocks in European and Asian solar groups on fears their business might suffer. Although the move was intended to help American manufacturers, some in the sector said it would slow U.S. investment in solar power and cost thousands of U.S. jobs.

  • Reuters5 months ago

    Trump deals blow to solar makers; forcing industry to look elsewhere for growth

    U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to slap tariffs on solar panel imports is a blow to a booming global industry. The protectionist measures will pull investments in the technology out of the United States and into Asia and other regions, as the industry tries to make up for the lost opportunity in America, industry sources said on Tuesday. Trump on Monday approved a 30 percent tariff on solar cell and module imports that will drop to 15 percent within four years.

  • Reuters5 months ago

    Trump deals blow to solar makers, industry to focus on growth away from U.S.

    U.S. President Donald Trump's decision on Monday to slap tariffs on solar power equipment imports will pull investments in the technology out of the United States and into Asia and other regions, as the industry tries to make up for the lost opportunity in America, industry sources said on Tuesday. Trump approved a 30 percent tariff on solar cell and module imports that will drop to 15 percent in four years.

  • Reuters6 months ago

    BRIEF-Shunfeng International Clean Energy Says Unit To Sell ‍Issued Share Capital Of Tenth Solar Project Ltd

    Dec 19 (Reuters) - Shunfeng International Clean Energy Ltd : * UNIT TO SELL ‍ISSUED SHARE CAPITAL OF TENTH SOLAR PROJECT LTD FOR ABOUT GBP22 MILLION TO RI INCOME UK HOLDINGS LTD​ Source text for Eikon: ...

  • Reuters7 months ago

    U.S. solar manufacturers appeal to Trump team for stiff tariffs

    Struggling U.S. solar panel makers on Wednesday made a final plea to President Donald Trump's key trade policy advisers to support steep tariffs on foreign-made solar products, ahead of his imminent decision in a closely watched trade case. Suniva and SolarWorld, which say an influx of cheap solar panel imports from China have made them unable to compete, appealed to the Trade Policy Staff Committee to recommend stiffer measures than proposed by members of the bipartisan International Trade Commission (ITC) in October.

  • Reuters7 months ago

    U.S. solar manufacturers appeal to Trump team for stiff tariffs

    Struggling U.S. solar panel makers on Wednesday made a final plea to President Donald Trump's key trade policy advisers to support steep tariffs on foreign-made solar products, ahead of his imminent decision in a closely watched trade case. Suniva and SolarWorld, which say an influx of cheap solar panel imports from China have made them unable to compete, appealed to the Trade Policy Staff Committee to recommend stiffer measures than proposed by members of the bipartisan International Trade Commission (ITC) in October.

  • Reuters9 months ago

    Divided U.S. solar sector spars over trade relief at hearing

    U.S. solar manufacturers on Tuesday asked federal trade officials to impose tariffs on cheap foreign-made panels, clashing with companies who rely on those products to build low-priced projects that can compete with gas and coal. In a closely-watched case, the U.S. International Trade Commission is set to recommend measures to prop up the small domestic solar manufacturing industry after it ruled unanimously last month that producers have been harmed by imports. It must deliver its report by Nov.13 to President Donald Trump, who will then decide how to proceed.

  • Reuters9 months ago

    U.S. solar trade case moves on, panel finds harm to producers

    WASHINGTON/LOS ANGELES, Sept 22 (Reuters) - The U.S. International Trade Commission on Friday found that imports of cheap solar panels harmed domestic producers, setting the stage for President Donald Trump to consider imposing tariffs or other relief measures to protect the nation's small solar manufacturing sector. The unanimous decision by all four voting commissioners followed a complaint brought by bankrupt Georgia-based solar manufacturer Suniva Inc in April. In its petition, Suniva said a glut of panels manufactured abroad, mostly in China and other Asian countries, has depressed prices and made it impossible for American producers to compete.

  • Reuters9 months ago

    U.S. trade commission launches probe into solar panel imports

    The U.S. International Trade Commission said on Tuesday it was launching a probe into imports of solar panels, in a case watched closely by the solar installation industry, which has seen panel prices rise partly from concern that tariffs could double their cost. The commission said it would issue a preliminary finding by Sept. 22 on whether imports of the panels, known as crystalline silicon photovoltaic cells, were damaging U.S. producers, after a complaint brought by Georgia-based Suniva Inc in April. U.S. President Donald Trump, who has taken a tough approach on trade policy and Chinese exporters in particular, is expected to make a final decision in the case later this year.

  • Reuters9 months ago

    Whirlpool's washer battle with Samsung, LG heats up at trade hearing

    Appliance giant Whirlpool Corp on Thursday called on the U.S. International Trade Commission to impose "global safeguard" restrictions on imported washing machines to stop its South Korean rivals Samsung and LG from flooding the American market with cheap machines. Testifying to the trade body, Whirlpool Chief Executive Officer Jeff Fettig accused Samsung Electronics Co Ltd and LG Electronics Inc of moving operations around the world to avoid paying U.S. duties. "Without safeguard relief, it is hard to see how we maintain our competitiveness in the face of a continued onslaught of low-priced imports," Fettig said.

  • Reuters10 months ago

    Fractured U.S. solar sector argues at tariff hearing

    A bitterly divided U.S. solar power industry descended on Washington on Tuesday to testify before a government panel that has been asked to impose steep tariffs on imported solar panels. The trade case, brought by panel maker Suniva, has created a rift between the sector's struggling U.S. manufacturers and the much bigger domestic industry that installs and develops solar projects. Suniva filed a petition seeking the tariffs with the International Trade Commission in April, nine days after the company sought Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.