As wealth becomes more concentrated, the gap between the national 1 percent and the local 1 percent is growing, reports NYT.
Goldman Sachs recommends fiscal spending stocks for the presidential election.
Hillary Clinton may have thought she was clever inviting Mark Cuban to sit front row in the debate but that was a huge mistake, says Jake Novak.
Here's what undecided voters in a Florida focus group said they wanted to hear in the first debate, says Democratic strategist Chris Kofinis.
A number of polls show the two White House rivals are now in dead heat.
But, both Clinton and Trump presidencies would push the dollar higher, according to one analyst at BofA Merrill Lynch.
This level of uncertainty has the power to leave the market "very unsettled," analysts tell CNBC.
Chris Kofinis, CEO of Park Street Strategies and Ed Rogers, Chairman at Barbour Griffith & Rogers, discuss tonight's presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
If elected, Nicolas Sarkozy would offer Britain a chance to reverse its Brexit vote by negotiating a new treaty for the bloc with Germany, the FT reports.
More than 84 million people watched the debate live on TV, according to Nielsen. Millions more tuned in online.
President Barack Obama on Tuesday nominated career diplomat Jeffrey DeLaurentis to be the first U.S. ambassador to Cuba in more than 50 years.
Clinton and Trump sparred over the economy during the debate, but experts disagree on who came out on top.
The debate was more embarrassing than illuminating, says senior columnist Jake Novak. And the biggest loser is...
At the debate, he was the Donald Trump we came to know in the primaries. And that Donald Trump can't win, Politico's Ben White says.
There was no clear winner or loser in Monday's debate, said Mark Grant, managing director at Hilltop Securities.