SolarCity's Wednesday started with a bang and ended with a whisper.
At the end of a day many Americans spent adjusting to the election of Donald Trump as president, SolarCity Corp. reported its third-quarter results. Despite these being potentially the last ever set of numbers as a public company, they were even more downplayed than usual, with no accompanying analyst call.
This might seem strange, given shareholders are due to vote in about a week on whether to approve the company's merger with Tesla Motors Inc. and that Trump's elevation is widely seen as a yuge risk to the incentives underpinning the solar leasing business (the stock dropped 4 percent on the day). Bear in mind, though, that last week's Q&A with the management of the two companies
Not that they were entirely convincing. The first thing to note was the cut to...