FBN's Charles Payne on the presidential candidates, the stock market and the U.S. economy.
Circle Squared CIO Jeff Sica on whether Disney could buy Twitter.
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Wall Street fell on Monday as Deutsche Bank weighed on financials and investors hunkered down for the first debate between candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
Shares of banks and energy companies lurched lower on Monday, deepening Friday's downturn in global stock markets.
FBN's Charles Payne on the state of the markets and the economy.
Wall Street retreated on Friday as lower oil prices weighed on energy shares and Facebook and Apple declined, but major indexes still posted gains for the week.
Stock markets were on course for their biggest weekly gain in two months as investors are unconvinced the era of ultra-low interest rates is over.
A rally in global stocks ran out of steam on Friday, though markets remained on track to end the week with solid gains.
S&P Equity Chief Investment Officer Erin Gibbs on household wages and disposable income.
U.S. stocks marched higher on Thursday, with the Nasdaq hitting a record intraday high, as investors cheered the Federal Reserve's decision to not raise interest rates.
Global stocks extended gains Thursday, bolstered by rising commodity prices and confirmation that the Federal Reserve plans to raise interest rates only gradually.
Rite Aid said sales figures came in below Wall Street estimates in its second quarter as pharmacy reimbursement-rate pressure and generic drugs cut into results.
WSJ Chief Economics Correspondent Jon Hilsenrath, Former Dallas Fed Advisor Danielle DeMartino Booth and Capital Wave Forecast Editor Shah Gilani on the Fed leaving interest rates unchanged.
Viacom says interim CEO Tom Dooley will leave Nov. 15 and the company is cutting its dividend in half in the first major moves from the company since longtime CEO Philippe Dauman left in August.
The latest on the U.S. Federal Reserve's monetary policy meeting, which ended at 2 p.m. with the release of a policy statement, followed by a news conference by Chair Janet Yellen (all times are Eastern): ___ 3:05 p.m.
Wall Street gained on Wednesday after the U.S. Federal Reserve's decision to leave interest rates unchanged.
Kingsview Asset Management Chief Investment Officer Scott Martin on why he agrees with Donald Trump's assessment of the Federal Reserve being too political.
CME Group Executive Chairman and President Terry Duffy reacts to gasoline prices and the Fed's interest rate decision.
Former CBO Director Doug Holtz-Eakin weighs in on the Fed rate hike decision and the bank of Japan's stimulus.