New York Stock Exchange Videos
Oct. 19, 1987: Black Monday hits Wall Street
Stocks plunged a record 508 points -- at the time, the largest one-day drop in market history.
NYSE observes moment of silence in wake of Las Vegas shooting
today after a mass shooting took place at the Route 91 Festival held at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, Nevada.
ESPN's College Game Day comes to Times Square
Game Day reporter Maria Taylor talks with ABC News' Paula Faris on what fans can expect.
Hillary Clinton on election loss, Russia and more
"What I thought was going to happen was it was going to be a close, hard-fought campaign" but that she would end up winning, the former secretary of state and Democratic presidential candidate said.
All eyes on Wall Street after record high
The Dow closed at a record high Friday with optimism from promises made by the Trump administration but some observers think it will be hard for stocks to keep rising.
New York Stock Exchange observes moment of silence for Manchester attack
The New York Stock Exchange observed a moment of silence to pay respect to the tragic explosion in Manchester, England.
Stock market plunges amid Washington uncertainty
ABC News' Rebecca Jarvis reports on a decline that saw stocks plummet nearly 373 points, the worst drop since President Trump took office in January.
Market jumps before Trump's tax plan reveal
The Dow Jones industrial average had its best two-day stretch since November, closing up more than 230 points on Tuesday.
Snapchat co-founders become newly minted billionaires
Co-founders and Stanford University graduates Evan Spiegel and Bobby Murphy are now worth an estimated $5.5 billion each, after their IPO for Snap Inc. started trading at the NYSE on Thursday.
Snapchat IPO debuts with high expectations
ABC News' Rebecca Jarvis is on the floor of the NYSE as Snap Inc. rings the opening bell.