U.S. stocks opened mixed early Friday as investors parsed the latest quarterly earnings reports.
Wall Street makes broad gains as investors traded on renewed certainty over an interest rate hike in December.
Tesla and Elon Musk fans will continue to own Tesla shares no matter what happens with the SolarCity vote on Thursday, said TheStreet's Jim Cramer
The company lost less than expected and used financing deals to boost its cash balance ahead of a Nov. 17 shareholder vote on its $2.6 billion sale to Tesla.
Renewable energy players took a beating in pre-market trading Wednesday, while fossil fuels focused companies, which are not expected to be widely affected by a Trump presidency, were also slipping.
Stocks close at session highs on Wednesday afternoon as financial, energy and health care stocks took the lead.
Renewable energy stocks were under pressure as Americans elect Donald Trump for president of the United States.
Activists have embarked on a political blackmail campaign, and the energy giant rightly won't succumb. Shareholders are served poorly when companies make accounting changes to conform to ideology.
SolarCity rose after a proxy advisory firm gave a vote of confidence to its proposed merger with Tesla.
U.S. stocks fluctuated in the final hour of trading Friday to close lower as investors looked ahead to next week's presidential election.
The energy company posted a mixed bag of third-quarter results Friday.
A host of power companies will benefit from California's push for more electric vehicles, but it's unclear which automakers will win.
The electric automaker asserts SolarCity will provide $500 million in additional cash in the next three years, but did not provide analysts with an explanation as to how.
Tesla's new solar panels look great, but the stock is still risky, says Jim Cramer.
World oil demand will accelerate in coming years, which means worries about the coming demise of large oil producers are greatly exaggerated.