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If you think Hillary Clinton's headed to the White House, here's how you can bet on it through the stock market.
Here's what a mood-detecting algorithm says about what's next for Tesla shares.
Glass Lewis calls the $2.6 billion deal into question while another proxy adviser, ISS, says it has benefits for shareholders such as strengthening the two companies balance sheets.
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.
SolarCity and Tesla receive a vote of confidence for their merger from a proxy advisory firm.
The stock risks a plunge to its year-to-date low in the $140s.
Worries over the looming U.S. presidential election send stocks lower for another session on Wednesday, even overshadowing an announcement from the Federal Reserve.
Stocks hold lower on Wednesday as a rate hike in December from the Federal Reserve grows more likely.
Stocks move lower on Wednesday as a rise in crude inventories pushes oil to wider losses.
Stock futures move lower as crude oil continue to decline, worries over the U.S. presidential election persist and the Federal Reserve prepares to wrap up its two-day meeting.
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.
U.S. stock futures point lower Wednesday as the U.S. presidential election grows tighter and Wall Street awaits a decision on interest rates from the Federal Reserve.
The company trades down Monday despite a solar roofing unveil. Could it be a sign that the markets are beginning to listen to critics who argue to ignore the hype?
Tesla's new solar panels look great, but the stock is still risky, says Jim Cramer.
The second-to-last week of Election 2016 did not go as Hillary Clinton would have liked, to say the least.
News the FBI is reopening its investigation into Hillary Clinton's email use as Secretary of State rocked markets Friday. Many Clinton-friendly stocks were in the red as well.
Last week was, by many measures, a good one for Hillary Clinton. It was strong for stocks that might surge under her presidency as well.
The electric car maker cut its capital spending budget and trumpeted its free cash flow. But spending is still set to rise next year.
The electric car maker cut its capital spending budget and told investors what they wanted to hear about future capital needs. But spending is still set to rise next year.
The electric vehicle maker's delivery guidance, profit margins and progress on its Model 3 and Gigafactory will receive close attention. So might any comments on its deal for SolarCity.
Forget about Apple's (AAPL) stalled Project Titan. When it comes to self-driving cars, this automaker has more drive than the Cupertino giant.
Hillary Clinton's standing in the polls has solidified in recent days, despite hiccups. The stocks that stand to do well with her in the White House haven't done particularly well.
Tesla's new self-driving technology is a winner, but Elon Musk's SolarCity shenanigans are offputting, says Jim Cramer.
Jim Cramer is tired of Tesla's press releases and says what matters is auto production and making money.
Bank of America beats estimates while McDonald's will see an executive shakeup as 2 plan to retire at year-end.
U.S. stock futures trade lower; earnings are expected Monday from Bank of America and Netflix; Tesla's Elon Musk delays mystery product announcement by two days.
Stocks that might surge under a Hillary Clinton presidency have not followed her recent rise in the polls.
The most recent short interest data has been released for the 09/30/2016 settlement date, which shows a 3,221,725 share increase in total short interest for SolarCity Corp , to 24,893,708, an increase of 14.87% since 09/15/2016. Total short interest is just one way to look at short data; another metric that we here at Dividend Channel find particularly useful is the "days to cover" metric because it considers both the total shares short and the average daily volume of shares traded.
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