The Dow Jones industrial average rose 312.94 points to 15,979.38.
The success of Trump and Sanders stems from a profound disenchantment with the establishment.
The Democratic front-runner made a number of specific promises about how to improve middle-class lives.
Certain incentives have become so pervasive they have tilted corporate decision-making in the direction of short term gains.
The Securities and Exchange Commission will review NYSE's investigation and is not ready to rule out a breach.
Anticipatory bribery undermines trust in government and creates the appearance of corruption.
Apple Pay may be more vulnerable to fraud than credit cards, but neither Apple nor Wall Street banks want to claim responsibility.
Apple's stock market value ballooned this week beyond $700 billion, more than Switzerland's gross domestic product.
Court documents show that the two suspects discussed the stock exchange.
House leaders are debating whether to bring the "cromnibus" to a vote or rush a resolution to keep the government funded on a short-term basis.
Lawmakers are easing restrictions on big donors and Wall Street.
Climate change activists converged on Wall Street today. Newsweek reporter Zoë Schlanger was there.
After losing his primary election to a Tea Party challenger, Eric Cantor announced he will join Wall Street Investment Bank Moelis & Co., where he will earn $3.4 million to start. Talk about failing up!
From the boom in American energy exploitation to the tapering of quantitative easing, the economy is heading for a prosperous New Year.