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What: Shares of JA Solar Holdings
So what: Last year's $0.18-per-share profit turned into a $0.22-per-share loss. That wouldn't have been so bad save for Wall Street's estimates; analysts had been looking for a $0.195-per-share loss, Bloomberg reported.
Now what: CEO Peng Fang's comments were no less encouraging. In a statement, he said that "market conditions" and "inventory provisions" took a toll on both gross margin and earnings. A Q2 profit warning from LDK Solar
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