Credit Suisse sees more 'speed bump than a roadblock' for Bloom Energy
Credit Suisse analyst Michael Weinstein lowered his price target for Bloom Energy to $20 from $22 and keeps an Outperform rating on the shares following the company's Q2 results. Management cautioned against revenue growth expectations next year amid delays due to customer hesitancy in high selling price states like New York and California with unclear carbon policy as applied to fuel cells, Weinstein tells investors in a research note. The analyst, however, believes Bloom's cautious tone around sales and revenue in 2020 "seems more indicative of a speed bump than a roadblock." His "enthusiasm for Bloom is undiminished," especially at the current stock price. Bloom Energy shares in early trading are down 34%, or $2.67, to $5.29.