Hudson Institute Chinese Strategy director Michael Pillsbury argues President Trump established a new strategy toward China that's not based on trust in his speech on Friday.
President Trump vows he will protect America's financial security from China and says Hong Kong has been mistreated by the Chinese government.
President Trump calls out China for its 'pattern of misconduct,' breaking its word on ensuring the autonomy of Hong Kong and says the United States will end its relationship with the World Health Organization because it constantly failed to make necessary reforms.
Bulltick Capital Markets chief strategist Kathryn Rooney Vera says the U.S. market shouldn't plunge if President Trump enforces minimal escalation on China.
FOX Business' Lauren Simonetti explains why the stocks surged after hearing news about potential coronavirus vaccines and some of the harder hit transportation stocks and travel companies rallied as well.
Head of asset allocation at GMO Ben Inker discusses which types of stocks have the greatest potential in a post-coronavirus market with Barron's markets editor Ben Levisohn, Barron's reporter Carleton English and Barron's senior writer Al Root.
Former Commerce Department deputy director Chris Garcia says the Holding Foreign Companies Accountable Act bill passed by the Senate will protect investors, boost national security and ensure China is conducting trade fairly.
Mainstay Capital Management founder David Kudla discusses the iShares Gold Trust ETF and says the online shopping phenomena has contributed to the success of ProShares Long Online/Short Stores ETF during the coronavirus pandemic.
FOX Business' Charlie Gasparino says Middle East sovereign wealth funds are reportedly investing money to help certain markets improve amid coronavirus.
The president of the New York Stock Exchange Stacey Cunningham told the Wall Street Journal they plan to reopen the trading floor to a subset of brokers on the Tuesday after Memorial Day.
Nicholas Wealth Management president and founder David Nicholas says, without consumer confidence, the market will continue to lag.
The Federal Reserve says it has a 'good toolkit' without resorting to negative interest rates.
BMO Capital Markets chief investment strategist Brian Belski argues we should be looking at the coronavirus outbreak’s market and economic impact as a natural disaster, which will go away eventually.
The bonds were issued by the Republic of China -- which ousted the imperial government in a coup -- as far back as 1912. They were defaulted on in 1938.
FOX Business' Charlie Gasparino says sources are telling him Morgan Stanley financial advisers may be converted to independent contractors which could change the way Wall Street does business. He later discusses the speculation of a merger between Wells Fargo and Goldman Sachs.
Royal Caribbean Cruises on Wednesday launched a $3.3 billion bond offering, pledging 28 of its ships as collateral and forecast heavy losses for the first quarter.
FOX Business' Lauren Simonetti says optimism over reopening the country offset negative economic news.
The department is borrowing a record $2.99 trillion to absorb the shock of the coronavirus pandemic
FOX Business' Connell McShane says Walt Disney's revenue is better than expected at $18 billion-plus. Axios markets editor Dion Rabouin and FOX Business contributor Gary Kalbaum later provide insight into it all.
FOX Business' Lauren Simonetti says while big tech and health care showed an upward trend in the market, so did oil and energy.