Tonight on Nightly Business Report, 3M drags down the Dow and Intel says its financial results for the year won’t be as good as once thought.

Plus, will Disney’s Avengers break box office record after record?

Robust demand for Texas oil and gas in the first two months of 2019 pushed the state’s export activity into high gear: triple the national rate and contrasting with a slight decline by California.

Despite attempts to prevent pirated versions of “Avengers: Endgame” from reaching fans ahead of the film’s release, a 1.2-gigabyte torrent of the movie recorded in a Chinese theater has found its way online.

Amazon’s revenue numbers will likely show the slowest growth in four years when the company reports first-quarter results after the bell on Thursday, but investors will see more profitability in exchange.

Comcast has had a frustrating run as a partial owner of video streaming platform Hulu, but that doesn’t make the decision to sell its minority stake in the company any easier.

Shares of Dow component 3M tumbled Thursday after the manufacturing giant reported a lower-than-expected quarterly profit, cut its 2019 earnings forecast and announced plans to lay off 2,000 workers.

Microsoft tops revenue estimates in their quarterly results. What was the main factor that led to this? Josh Lipton gives us a breakdown.

Earnings season has seen positive reports for many companies but how are the major sectors fairing? Is this market rally sustainable? Bob Pisani is at the New York Stock Exchange with more.

Facebook reported quarterly revenue earnings in large part with their Instagram growth and an increase in their ad spending. But, the social media company was hit with some legal woes. Julia Boorstin explains.

Boeing’s quarterly earnings were some of the most anticipated on Wall Street. The problems with the 737 Max aircraft have weighed on the company’s bottom line and look to continue to drag down revenue for months. With the uncertainty of when these planes will be back in the air, Boeing decided to hold its outlook for 2019. Phil LeBeau breaks it all down for us.

With market highs seen on Wall Street, should you be aggressive or cautious in investing? Both Kevin Caron, a senior portfolio manager at the Washington Crossing Advisors and David Sowerby, a manager from Ancora Advisors, give their analysis.

Diana Olick reports on how some Louisiana residential communities are dealing with extreme rainfall and chronic flooding.

Morgan Brennan is at the New York Stock Exchange and gives us a recap on how the construction equipment manufacturer, Caterpillar, reported in their earnings report.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, is the powerful market rally of 2019 sustainable?

Plus, should companies foot the bill to fix the nation’s crumbling infrastructure?

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, is the powerful market rally of 2019 sustainable?

Plus, should companies foot the bill to fix the nation’s crumbling infrastructure?