Nightly Business Report – February 8, 2016

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, after being shunned for years, should investors start paying attention to gold?

Plus, what has to happen for the Federal Reserve to hike rates in March.

fang

FANG stocks have gotten crushed this year, but you won’t believe how bad one trader expects it to get for one of the stocks.

living room

Builders are making homes to accomodate multiple generations living together with specialty housing.

bank of america

The bank index was at present levels back when America was doing the “Macarena.”

texas instruments

“Don’t be a hero,” one strategist warns.

super bowl ad

One of the most talked about ad campaigns on Twitter was a company that opted not to advertise during the Super Bowl.

Jobs puzzle

CNBC’s Hampton Pearson breaks down the latest numbers on jobs from the Labor Department.

Steep sell-off

CNBC’s Bob Pisani looks at the day’s market action.

LinkedIn shares plummet

LinkedIn had its worst one day sell-off ever. Shares fell over 40-percent after the company issued a weak outlook for the year. CNBC’s Julia Boorstin reports.

Bright ideas

Meet the man who had the bright idea to reduce the risk of injury in America’s workforce.

Where the jobs are

NASA is reviewing more than 6,000 applicants for astronauts but will select only eight to 14 for its new class. What it’s looking for.

NBR-Thum

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the unemployment rate falls below 5%, so why did stocks drop so sharply?

And, meet the man who had the bright idea to reduce the risk of injury in America’s workforce.

Nightly Business Report – February 5, 2016

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the unemployment rate falls below 5%, so why did stocks drop so sharply?

And, meet the man who had the bright idea to reduce the risk of injury in America’s workforce.

ASTRONAUT

NASA is reviewing more than 6,000 applicants for astronauts but will select only eight to 14 for its new class. What it’s looking for.

linkedin

LinkedIn said it expects first-quarter revenue around $820 million, but Wall Street had expected about $868.3 million.