Now what: Shares of Chinese solar manufacturers can be up and down, depending on the market's mood -- and in March the market didn't see a reason to buy. That could partly be due to lagging oil prices , which had started to rise sharply in February. It could also be a less bullish sentiment for solar stocks, which has affected most large module suppliers. But long-term, JinkoSolar is making the right moves to be competitive, so I wouldn't bail out on shares after a bad March because; this volatility is just part of investing in the solar industry.
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