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First Solar Inc FSLR Stock Quote

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First Solar Sees Robust Booking Momentum; Raising Fair Value Estimate to $152

Brett Castelli Equity Analyst

Analyst Note

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We've increased our First Solar fair value estimate to $152 per share from $135 following third-quarter results. The primary driver of our increase is higher average selling prices based on the company's recent bookings. We continue to view First Solar as uniquely positioned to benefit from recently passed U.S. solar manufacturing incentives. The shares trade at an approximate 13% discount to our revised fair value estimate.

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Company Profile FSLR

Business Description

First Solar designs and manufactures solar photovoltaic panels, modules, and systems for use in utility-scale development projects. The company's solar modules use cadmium telluride to convert sunlight into electricity. This is commonly called thin-film technology. First Solar is the world’s largest thin-film solar module manufacturer. It has production lines in Vietnam, Malaysia, the United States, and a new factory under construction in India.

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350 West Washington Street, Suite 600
Tempe, AZ, 85281
Industry Solar
Employees 4,800

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FAQs for First Solar Inc Stock

No. FSLR does not currently have a forward dividend yield.
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FSLR’s market cap is 16.50 Bil.
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FSLR’s stock style is Mid Growth.
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FSLR’s price/sales is 6.65.
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FSLR’s price/forward earnings is 36.90.
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FSLR’s price/book is 2.83.
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FSLR’s beta can be found in Trading Information at the top of this page.
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