U.S. equity markets rallied on Friday after sustaining sharp losses in the prior four trading days, as oil surged.
The U.S. economy may be experiencing a period of uncertainty, but that will likely not stop Americans from spending on their loved ones this Valentine’s Day.
When the diplomatic relations between the U.S. and Cuba started to ease in late 2014, Bacardi thought it was just a matter of time until it would reacquire full ownership of the Havana Club rum prized trademark.
Actor and economist Ben Stein on Bernie Sanders campaign and which candidate would be a great president.
Love is hard. Anyone who has been or is in a romantic relationship knows how much work a successful relationship can be. One of the most significant issues facing couples frequently is money.
Gold futures settled lower on Friday, pulling back after rallying to a one-year high a day earlier.
Fortune Assistant Managing Editor Adam Lashinsky on the state of the tech sector.
Shares of Vulcan Materials Co. climbed 1.1% in afternoon trade Friday, after the construction materials maker said it was doubling its quarterly dividend.
McAlvany Financial Group CEO David McAlvany and Matson Money CEO Mark Matson on the stock market recovery and why people should continue to invest carefully regardless of how well the market is doing.
Trump National Spokesperson Katrina Pierson on the new Cruz ad that slams Trump for eminent domain.
Oil prices continued to climb after data Friday from Baker Hughes showed that the number of active U.S. oil-drilling rigs edged down for an eighth week in a row.
Capitalistpig Hedge Fund Manager Jonathan Hoenig discusses politics, the economy and where to put your money in today's markets.
RealClearPolitics Reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns discusses why the GOP candidates don't want to drop out of the race yet.
Center for Urban Renewal and Education's Star Parker on Hillary Clinton taking on Bernie Sanders over the costs of his proposals.
L Brands Inc. shares fell 2.2% on Friday after the company announced that Sharen Jester Turney, chief executive of Victoria's Secret, resigned.
LifeZette Senior Political Reporter Ashley Pratte on Hillary Clinton's mounting email scandal.
A woman refuses to sell her home to a developer, who builds a shopping mall around it. Children find in the mother's attic boxes full of priceless photographic prints made by the early masters in the field.
Rep. Mia Love, (R-Utah), on race becoming a theme of the latest Democratic debate and her proposed 'one subject at a time' bill.
Brian Brenberg, associate professor of business and economics at The King's College, discusses whether Bernie Sanders' plan for a free college education and minimum wage hike is feasible.
Oil's advance accelerated late Friday morning.
Retails sales are on the rise
FNC contributor Georgette Mosbacher on billionaire investor Bill Ackman urging Michael Bloomberg to run for president and Hillary Clinton's email scandal.
Rep. Jim Himes, (D-Conn.), on Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's email scandal.
Rep. Louie Gohmert, (R-Texas), on actor George Clooney's comments on the Syrian refugee crisis and the budget debate in Congress.
Former CIA Operations Officer Bryan Dean Wright on reports ISIS has used chemical weapons.
Federal Reserve policy is "appropriately quite accommodative" given the low level of inflation, which poses little threat to a U.S. economic expansion that will only grow older unless there is an outside shock, an influential Fed official said on Friday.
FBN's Nicole Petallides, Jo Ling Kent and Ashley Webster with the latest on the tech sector.
First Baptist Dallas Pastor Robert Jeffress on Donald Trump's comments on Pope Francis.
Deutsche Bank AG said it will buy back $5.4 billion of its senior unsecured debt, in a move designed to bolster investor confidence in the German lender's liquidity and in the value of its securities.
U.S. stocks opened higher on Friday, aided by a jump in oil prices and better-than-expected retail sales data.
Consumer confidence drifted lower in February as the economic outlook deteriorated.
Consumer advocate Ralph Nader on the 2016 presidential race.
Shares of Red Robin Gourmet Burgers Inc. are trading higher after it reported 4Q earnings that beat Street estimates and a $100 million share repurchase program.
Netflix Inc. was downgraded Friday at FBR & Co., which cited concerns over slowing subscriber growth, increasing competition and cash burn.