There hasn’t been an impact on solar spending from consumer slowdown, says Deutsche Bank’s Blanchard

There hasn't been an impact on solar spending from consumer slowdown, says deutsche bank's blanchard

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Corinne Blanchard, Deutsche Bank research analyst, joins ‘The Exchange’ to discuss her macro thesis on solar stocks, if she worries about an economic slowdown affecting solar panel sales and more.

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