FBN’s Charles Payne on why investors should have faith in the market and the Fox News polls that question whether people trust Facebook.
Host Charles Payne gives viewers an end-of-day wrap, and provide an insider's look at tomorrow's money makers.
Fox News contributor Deneen Borelli, New York GOP strategic advisor John Burnett, Campus Reform Editor-In-Chief Lawrence Jones and Congress on Racial Equality spokesperson Niger Innis on whether more African-Americans will support President Trump after rapper Kanye West’s tweets about the president.
Independent Women’s Forum policy director Hadley Heath Manning, S&P Investment Advisory Services portfolio manager Erin Gibbs and Belpointe Asset Management chief strategist David Nelson on corporate earnings and the strength of the U.S. economy.
The Stock Swoosh’s Melissa Armo, former investment banker Carol Roth and Capital Wave forecast editor Shah Gilani on the market selloff and what can end market volatility.
Independent Women’s Forum visiting fellow Mattie Duppler and Capital Wave forecast editor Shah Gilani on whether President Trump’s tax plan will continue to help the economy grow and why the market is experiencing volatility.
Independent Women’s Voice President Tammy Bruce, National Review contributing editor Deroy Murdock and political analyst Ford O’ Connell discuss French President Emmanuel Macron’s address to Congress and whether Macron will be able to maintain a positive relationship with President Trump.
FBN’s Charles Payne on why the stock market was a victim of its own success and how the Iran nuclear deal put a dent in the market.
CFRA Research investment strategist Lindsey Bell, Wall Street Journal columnist Veronica Dagher and Moneymorning.com chief strategist D.R. Barton on why there is market volatility and whether investors should begin to panic.
Rep. Andy Biggs (R-Ariz.) on President Trump’s warning to Iran not to restart its nuclear program and what will happen if the U.S. pulls out of the nuclear deal.
WSJ editorial page writer Jillian Melchior and The Weekly Standard deputy managing editor Kelly Jane Torrance on the new report from the Labor Department’s inspector general that shows the federal Jobs Corps training program is failing.