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To continue our discussion, here's the outlook for renewable energy and batteries.
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Markets closed lower Wednesday after the Fed's policy statement raised the prospect of interest rates rising sooner than expected - the median forecast now puts rates at 1% by the end of 2015.
Energy companies this week stressed the importance of more innovation in the sector to reduce costs and environmental impacts.
Stocks remain positive after receiving a boost at 10 a.m., when January new home sales hit an annualized rate of 468,000, better than the expected 400,000.
Stocks opened slightly higher this morning after yesterday's late selloff on a light day for economic releases but a busy day for retail results.