Stocks add to earlier gains as Fed announces plans to continue stimulus measures.
JA Solar and Yingli's plunge -- and subsequent surge -- should make every trader take notice.
Delta, United are initiated at Goldman with a 'sell,' and Tyson Foods is downgraded to 'underperform' at BofA/Merrill.
The solar energy company expects to see higher sales in 2012 despite German headwinds.
The solar sector is still collapsing, but its fortunes will change as the world continues to use more energy.
If China tightens regulations, borrowing costs could rise, pushing down solar companies' equity values.
Despite opposition, the German government is implementing plans to cut subsidies by 30%, followed by another round of cuts in May.
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