NBR Staff’s Posts

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, President Trump says a two-year debt ceiling agreement has been reached… removing a big worry for Wall Street. Plus, can anything stop Disney’s box office domination?

CBS and AT&T are in a showdown over compensation for CBS content with a possible blackout for millions of subscribers with DirectTV and AT&T U-verse. Julia Boorstin has more for us.

General Motors makes big changes to its classic Corvette in an effort to court new buyers. Phil LeBeau has more for us.

Electric mopeds are seen in parts of New York City as part of a scooter sharing program. Rahel Solomon explains.

On this week’s “Market Monitor”, we speak with Trip Miller from Gullane Capital Partners, who gives us his stock picks he says that will hold up regardless of a trade outcome.

Will the Federal Reserve cut interest rates? The rate debate was fueled further by conflicting remarks from Fed officials and stocks lost momentum on Friday. Steve Liesman has more for us.

We’ll tell you the other billionaires reaching for the stars on the 50th anniversary of the moon landing. Morgan Brennan reports.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the great interest rate debate is causing great confusion among investors.

Plus, the other little-known billionaires funding the race to space.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the great interest rate debate is causing great confusion among investors.

Plus, the other little-known billionaires funding the race to space.

We look back to see how Wall Street reacted in the past when there is fiscal uncertainty in regards with the debt ceiling. Dominic Chu reports.

The nation enters a new era of space exploration…50 years after mankind first set foot on the moon. Morgan Brennan has more for us.

Netflix says it lost subscribers in the last quarter partly due to not having enough big shows on its streaming platform. Julia Boorstin explains.

Wall Street has not reacted to the recent economic and political news both domestically and abroad. What is the market actually waiting for? We speak with Chris Zaccarelli, a Chief Investment Officer at Independent Advisors Alliance, to get his perspective.

We discuss more about the wildly popular FaceApp and its recent growing number of privacy concerns. Ian Sherr, an Executive Editor at CNET, joins us with his analysis on the app.

All eyes are on Washington to see if lawmakers are inching closer to a deal to eventually lift the federal debt ceiling. Ylan Mui reports.