U.S. stocks slipped Tuesday as investors processed the first presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump on Monday.
Voters will have the final say but U.S. financial markets first reaction seem to indicate that Democrat Hillary Clinton won the first debate in the presidential race.
On Tuesday, September 27, investors will get quarterly results from Nike and remarks from Federal Reserve Vice Chair Stanley Fischer.
U.S. stocks ended near lows as Wall Street grew restless ahead of the first presidential debate.
Andrew Left says cracking down on Big Pharma may be all that Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have in common.
Disney may be interested in potentially acquiring Twitter, according to a report.
Steakhouses tend to suffer when stocks turn down and Wall Street tightens up. Luckily, there is more to the STK experience than power lunches, said ONE Group CEO Jonathan Segal.
Mastercard has its eye on more expansion in Africa, recently announcing a partnership for remittance services.
Don't bet on a stock surge heading into the end of the year. And don't expect the Federal Reserve to hike rates anytime soon either