U.S. stocks inched higher on Friday as bank stocks rose and tech stocks recovered, with investor optimism back as Trump administration cleared a hurdle to lower taxes.
FBN's Charles Payne discusses the market's reaction on the 30th anniversary of Black Monday.
FOX Business contributor Robert Wolf discusses what it was like when the markets crashed on "Black Monday" 30 years ago.
Leeb Capital Management CEO Steve Leeb, FOX Business' Elizabeth MacDonald and FOX Business Senior Editor Charlie Brady weigh in on the current state of the markets on the 30th anniversary of the 1987 market crash.
United Airlines shares fell sharply on Thursday, losing as much as 11.5 percent in midday trading as investors sold the carrier's shares after it released disappointing forecasts for the fourth quarter.
First Trust Advisors chief economist Brian Wesbury and Meridian Equity Partners' Jonathan Corpina weigh in on the market's record highs and the 30th anniversary of the 1987 market crash.
FOX Business' Lou Dobbs and Stuart Varney weigh in on covering the 1987 market crash and how it is similar to today's market.
Stocks retreated during the early hours of the trading session Thursday, but one expert says all signs still point higher in the market even after the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed above the 23,000 milestone for the first time on Wednesday.
U.S. stocks closed flat on Thursday, coming back from sharp losses after the open, while Apple fell more than 2 percent to lead a decline in technology shares.
Bryn Mawr Trust CIO Ernie Cecilia on what spending could look like this holiday season, and how that could affect the markets.
Seaport Securities' Teddy Weisberg, Linn & Associates Inc. Ira Epstein and Stutland Volatility Group's Luke Rahbari react to news that the markets could close above 23,000 for the first time ever.
A market crash similar to the infamous Black Monday crash in 1987 -- in which stocks around the world plummeted, and the Dow Jones Industrial Complex fell by more than 500 points -- could be in the United States’ future, financial historian John Steele Gordon warned.
FBN'S Adam Shapiro discusses the Beige Book report, which indicates that economic activity has increased in all 12 of the Fed's districts.
Business and financial historian John Steele Gordon says even though the Dow is soaring to new heights, the markets will inevitably crash again.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average rallied above the 23,000-mark on Wednesday, propelled by IBM's 9 percent surge after the computing giant hinted a return to revenue growth.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average was poised to open above 23,000 for the first time on Wednesday following a series of upbeat earnings reports from marquee companies.
FBN's Charles Payne discusses the market's record day and IBM's third-quarter earnings.
The Dow soared past 23,000 on Tuesday, hitting its fourth milestone of the year amid higher economic optimism and strong corporate earnings.
Matson Money CEO Mark Matson reacts to a record day for stocks. .
President Trump cheers the Dow hitting a record high 23,000 in early trading on Tuesday during a White House press conference with the Greek prime minister.