Tonight on Nightly Business Report, stocks end the week with a sharp sell-off as investors try to figure out what’s next for the market.

Plus, is the worst behind GE?

Stocks dropped on Friday as a decline in Apple pushed the technology sector lower. A rise in interest rates also kept a lid on equities.

Our market monitor has three picks he says are the winners of the digital economy.

Wells Fargo is shelling out $1 billion in penalties to regulators. Affected car and home loan borrowers can expect to get their money back. Here’s what they should know.

Further escalation of trade tensions could raise worries about the global economic recovery, a top Federal Reserve official said Friday.

Companies have been crushing earnings so far this quarter, but a strange trend is developing: Those that beat expectations are seeing their stock price fall.

Mortgage rates, which loosely follow the 10-year Treasury, hit their highest level since the end of March, breaking out of a tight range where they’d been sitting for weeks.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, P&G loses market share and had to lower prices as it struggles to fend of intensifying competition.

And is too much testosterone plaguing the hedge fund industry?

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, P&G loses market share and had to lower prices as it struggles to fend of intensifying competition.

And is too much testosterone plaguing the hedge fund industry?

U.S. stocks fell on Thursday after a major Asian chipmaker delivered a disappointing forecast which dragged the technology sector lower.

Allergan will not bid for Shire, according to sources close to the company.

A critical shortage of houses for sale caused home prices in March to take the biggest leap in four years.

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing gave disappointing sales guidance for its second quarter due to the weak smartphone market.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, American Express reports a blowout quarter on strong consumer spending.

Plus, lawmakers grill an alleged robocall kingpin about phone scams that cost consumers billions.

Stocks rose slightly on Wednesday as some of the biggest U.S. companies reported strong quarterly results, lifting investor sentiment.