Tonight on Nightly Business Report, third quarter earnings season is about to get underway.

Plus, will Corporate America’s report card help keep stocks rallying into the end of the year?

Canada and Mexico will not walk away from the NAFTA negotiating table, despite an outright rejection of the U.S. demands.

The Polestar 1 is aimed at some of the same customers targeted by makers such as Tesla.

Wall Street is gushing over the online streaming giant’s dominance after it crushes third-quarter subscriber expectations.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, Wall Street closes at a record as the Dow closes in on 23,000.

Plus, in a free wielding press conference, President Trump talks tax reform, health care and other issues important to investors.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, Wall Street closes at a record as the Dow closes in on 23,000.

Plus, in a free wielding press conference, President Trump talks tax reform, health care and other issues important to investors.

Analysts expect the company to post higher than expected subscriber numbers.

Members of the Nordstrom family have suspended, for the balance of the year, their efforts to take the department store private.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report.. The stock market finishes the week on a high note on the hope corporate earnings will be strong.
Plus, the White House halts key payments to insurers leaving the industry and millions of Americans with a lot of questions.

President Trump said the administration will immediately stop making subsidy payments to health insurers that sell plans under the
Affordable Care Act exchanges. And as Bertha Coombs reports, that leaves a lot of questions unanswered.

As House Republicans consider a new plan to allow the middle class to deduct their state and local taxes, Robert Frank takes a look at what it means to be in the middle.

On Friday Netflix shares broke $200 a share for the first time. Julia Boorstin reports.

Eamon Javers reports on the highlights of President Trump’s speech on decertifying the Iran nuclear deal.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report.. The stock market finishes the week on a high note on the hope corporate earnings will be strong.
Plus, the White House halts key payments to insurers leaving the industry and millions of Americans with a lot of questions.

This week’s Market Monitor has names of three stocks he says you’ll want to own for three years or longer.