The market is factoring in "a divided government" and "a president that is going to have to work with both sides of the aisle," former NYSE CEO Dick Grasso said.
"The Coming Collapse of China" author Gordon Chang argued on Thursday that the United States needs to “have a re-examination of all trade with China."
Former Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta President Dennis Lockhart argues more "relief" from the federal government is needed to help "consumption in certain groups" of the consumer base.
Former Shell Oil President John Hofmeister discussed how a coronavirus vaccine could impact oil demand.
Hong Kong media mogul Jimmy Lai said that he will “never admit” guilt in the fight for freedom on Tuesday.
The owners of a New York pub located in a coronavirus hot spot declared its own “autonomous zone” and has defied restrictions as a last resort to save their business.
Coronavirus lockdowns are “devastating” to those in the restaurant industry, Waffle House CEO Walt Ehmer argued on Monday.
President Trump “would be interested” in considering a run for president again in 2024, Lara Trump, a senior adviser to the president’s reelection campaign, revealed on Wednesday.
President-elect Joe Biden’s appointments are “traditional Democrats” and could “accentuate the animosity” from the left, Fox News contributor Karl Rove argued on Tuesday.
Amid stalled negotiations over a new coronavirus relief package, Bobby Van's Steakhouse owner Joseph Smith warned on Tuesday that “a lot” of restaurants will close by the end of the year.