Nightly Business Report – April 29, 2016

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, why are shares punished if a company shows growth but misses expectations? Should Wall Street estimates matter more than fundamentals?

And, how investors are impacted by targets instead of growth.

woman

A new study shows that if a pool of four candidates for a job includes only one woman, her chances for getting hired are statistically zero.

smoking

Some in the medical community are advising smokers to switch to e-cigarettes.

needle

If there are inflation winds in the air, it would be hard to tell by worker paychecks.

bull rally

Even though he admits it’s “tempting” to sell into the rally, on technical trader says three factors are keeping him bullish.

bezos

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, Amazon crushes earnings estimates as its big investments start to pay off.

And, one of the greatest collections of modern art hidden in the heart of Iran.

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Tonight on Nightly Business Report, Amazon crushes earnings estimates as its big investments start to pay off.

And, one of the greatest collections of modern art hidden in the heart of Iran.

Health care deals

Meg Tirrell reports the details of three multi-billion dollar healthcare deals made today.

Blowout quarter

Josh Lipton reports the results from Amazon’s latest quarter.

No stimulus

Bob Pisani reports how an announcement out of the Bank of Japan weighed on stocks today.

China plugs in

The largest maker of electric vehicles in China is pushing to triple its sales this year. Phil LeBeau reports the details from Shenzhen, China.

Nightly Business Report – April 28, 2016

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, Amazon crushes earnings estimates as its big investments start to pay off.

And, one of the greatest collections of modern art hidden in the heart of Iran.

traders

U.S. stocks closed about 1 percent lower or more Thursday, as fresh declines in Apple weighed on the major averages.

data

A Fed official tells CNBC that the Fed has no authority to see oversee cybersecurity precautions for foreign assets held at the NY Fed.

CARS

China is trying to steer consumers to buy electric vehicles, a move that can benefit manufacturers like BYD.