Former NFL running back Steven Jackson discusses why he feels that the Rams will win the Super Bowl and how he feels about the controversial Gillette ad.
Host Charles Payne gives viewers an end-of-day wrap, and provide an insider's look at tomorrow's money makers.
FBN’s Charles Payne and Clearstead Advisors senior managing director Jim Awad discusses the recent market volatility and how wild market swings impact individual investors.
Constellation Research’s Ray Wang discusses his outlook on the technology industry and the concerns around protecting users’ privacy.
Karen Harris, Bain & Company’s Macro Trends Group managing director, discusses how the growth of automation may eliminate 20-25% of current jobs.
FBN Ashley Webster discusses how British Prime Minister Theresa May survived the no-confidence vote after Parliament voted against her Brexit deal.
FBN’s Jennifer Schonberger on the release of the Fed’s Beige Book and the state of the U.S. economy.
Former British Parliament member John Browne, FBN’s Ashley Webster and Washington Examiner’s Hugo Gurdon discuss how British Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit plan was voted down by Parliament.
“Econoclasts” author Brian Domitrovic and Bahnsen Group managing partner David Bahnsen on how the U.S. economy is being affected by the partial government shutdown.
Vivek Wadhwa, distinguished fellow at Carnegie Mellon University, discusses how the expansion of artificial intelligence may affect U.S. employment.
Heritage Capital President Paul Schatz, Ancora managing director David Sowerby and S&P Investment Advisory Services’ Erin Gibbs discuss the state of the U.S. stock market amid global growth concerns and President Trump’s trade war with China.