North Island co-founder Glenn Hutchins on whether bitcoin can help transform the way people do financial transactions and the risk of investing in the cryptocurrency.
North Island co-founder Glenn Hutchins discusses why tax reform may only stimulate the economy for a short period of time.
Kaltbaum Capital Management President Gary Kaltbaum discusses whether a government shutdown will impact the market.
FOX Business' Charles Payne reports on the stock market amid a possible government shutdown.
Stocks moved higher Friday amid continued optimism over corporate earnings, shrugging off the possibility that Congress won’t reach a deal to avoid a government shutdown at midnight.
U.S. stocks opened higher on Friday, putting the major indexes on track for three straight weeks of gains as hopes of a strong earnings season overshadowed fears of a potential U.S. government shutdown.
Pacer ETFs President Sean O'Hara on the state of the markets.
It may not be a happy bonus season for Wall Street traders as trading revenue declines.
FOX Business' Charles Payne and Belpointe Asset Management chief strategist David Nelson discuss the factors that weighed on U.S. stocks.
Janney Montgomery Scott Director of Research Dan Wantrobski discusses why the markets have plenty of room to climb in the coming years.
FBN's Charlie Gasparino discusses whether the Winklevoss brothers and Cboe will be able to get SEC approval for a bitcoin ETF.
Wall Street pulled back Thursday, a day after the Dow closed above 26,000 for the first time.
Wall Street’s main indexes continue to reach new milestones, propelled by strong U.S. economic and double-digit earnings growth, along with optimism related to the Republican tax reform legislation passed last month.
Money Map Press chief strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald discusses how companies and everyday Americans are benefiting from tax reform.
Home-security company ADT's initial public offering is likely to price below its expected range of $17 to $19 a share on Thursday, according to people familiar with the deal.
The Gartman Letter editor and publisher Dennis Gartman discusses how the global economy is impacting the markets and when he believes the markets will plateau.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau doesn’t need any money from the Fed, according to Acting Director Mick Mulvaney's latest budget request.
Shaffer Asset Management President and CEO Dan Shaffer explains when he thinks the market -- which has consistently hit record highs -- will correct itself, suggesting that the "extreme" highs will end by April or May.
Fox News contributor and former Clinton pollster Doug Schoen weighs in on Gov. Andrew Cuomo's consideration of another tax raise in New York, after President Trump's tax overhaul eliminated the state and local tax deductions.
Bullish global economic signals and gains for Morgan Stanley drove a rise in U.S. stock futures on Thursday, a day after the Dow extended a new year rally to close above 26,000 for the first time.