Monday’s meme-stock action was all about renewable energy and faded smiles

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Meme stocks followed their old pattern to start the week, and by “old pattern” we mean total idiosyncrasy involving renewables and faded smiles. Shares in GameStop GME, +2.33% started off the week in the green despite a flurry of not-so-positive news around the stock. In addition to the Securities and Exchange Commission charging two traders for wash trading GameStop and other meme stocks, “The Big Short” investor-turned-GameStop mega-bull Michael Burry tweeted — then deleted — an acknowledgment that he had been subpoenaed by the SEC as part of its investigation into January’s manic short squeeze on the stock. AMC Entertainment AMC, -1.77% had a rougher case of “The Mondays,” as the theater chain’s shares finished down to start the week, possibly due in part to Disney DIS, +1.28% Chief Executive Bob Chapek saying publicly on Friday that his company
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