Hillary Clinton has earned more than $20 million for 92 paid speeches since leaving government in 2013.
Fears of a China-led global slowdown, along with oil's steep slide, have dampened the market's expectations for a hike.
In the last debate before the New Hampshire primary, Clinton came prepared for Sanders's critiques.
'The Big Short', 'Billions' and our complex love-hate affair with the financial industry.
In the 1980s, the Democrats began taking campaign funding from big corporations, Wall Street and the very wealthy.
Cruz claimed to self finance the 2012 bid but will discrepancy matter.
GoPro dropped 25 percent in a matter of hours.
Don't panic, but your 401k may depend on Beijing's monetary policy.
Bernie Sanders comes to Manhattan and takes aim at the banking industry.
Global stocks plunged on Monday, with the Dow making its worst start to a year since 2008.
Despite a few dust-ups over ISIS and Wall Street, there's much more consensus among Democrats than Republicans.
September 11 politics appeared, briefly, at Saturday's Democratic debate when Hillary Clinton was pressed by Bernie Sanders for taking donations from Wall Street.
Sanders slammed Clinton for taking money from Wall Street, calling it "the major donor" to her political career.
Upbeat results from Apple could give the market a boost on Wednesday.
Bush is the most popular candidate on Wall Street and Clinton is the second.
The Dow Jones industrial average rose 1.47 percent to 16,284.7.
The Nasdaq composite and S&P 500 both dropped more than 2 percent.
The market has been tilted in favor of moneyed interests while workers have lost bargaining power.
Major indexes fell almost 3 percent.
China's manufacturing sector shrank at its fastest pace in three years.
In August, the S&P lost 6.3 percent, the Dow fell 6.6 percent and the Nasdaq declined 6.9 percent.
Donald Trump is dominating polls, but rival Jeb Bush is still the favorite of traders in political prediction markets.