Stock Market News
09/26/16: First Presidential Debate
Presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump meet at Hofstra University.
AP FACT CHECK: Trump, Clinton Deny Their Own Words in Debate
Donald Trump's habit of peddling hype and fabrication emerged unabated in the first presidential debate while Hillary Clinton played it cautiously in her statements, though not without error
AP FACT CHECK: Trump on Federal Reserve
AP FACT CHECK: In the presidential debate, Donald Trump accused the Federal Reserve of making decisions for political reasons, a claim he's made before, without evidence
Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton Defend Their Tax Plans
The presidential nominees discuss their respective plans for taxes at the first presidential debate.
World Stocks Lower as Investors Assess Outlook, Take Profits
Stock markets around the world fell modestly Friday as investors booked some of the profits made this week
Asian Stocks Mostly Steady as Low Rate Outlook Reassures
Asian stock markets held fairly steady Friday, holding on to gains in the week driven by U.S. and Japanese central bank policy decisions that fueled investors' belief that low rates will be around for a few more months
How the Incredible Shrinking Stock Market Affects Your Fund
The number of stocks available to buy on U.S. stock exchanges is at its lowest level in decades
The Note: Pre-Debate Drama
NOTABLES --WHAT'S WORRYING CLINTON AND TRUMP'S CAMPAIGNS AHEAD OF THE DEBATE: While Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump prepare for their first debate on Monday, aides in both their campaigns are expressing concern over how it will all go down, ABC’s CECILIA VEGA, LIZ KREUTZ and CANDACE SMITH report.
Fed Chair Janet Yellen Defensive Against Trump Accusations
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen today defended the independence of the U.S. central bank, saying it does not play politics in response to charges from Donald Trump that she is manipulating financial markets to benefit President Obama. Trump earlier this month said that the Yellen-led Fed is