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Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the economy didn’t expand by as much as economists thought it would in the fourth quarter, but one voting member of the Federal Reserve isn’t concerned.
Today’s stock stories: MA, XRX, LLY, TSN, MO & COST.
As a number of biotech companies go public, Meg Tirrell takes a look at what’s behind the surge in the sector.
Not even Harley Davidson is immune from the strengthening dollar.
Meet the man who has a big task ahead of him: turning sales around at the world’s largest fast-food chain, McDonald’s.
Geoff Cutmore sits down with Russia’s finance minister to discuss the country’s hard-hit economy.
We’re almost halfway through earnings season and there is a clear divergence between companies with an upbeat outlook on the economy and those with a downbeat one.
Tonight: How Google, Amazon and Visa’s after the bell earnings could shape the trading day tomorrow.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, how Google, Amazon and Visa’s after the bell earnings could shape the trading day tomorrow. And, we’ll meet the man who has a big task ahead of him: turning sales around at the world’s largest fast-food chain, McDonald’s.
Today’s stock stories: BABA, F, JBLU, PHM, DOW, HSY & BIIB.
Jane Wells takes a look at what the gaming sector is doing to make sure its luck doesn’t run out.
With demand so low and oil prices sliding nearly 60 percent over the past seven months, what should investors expect from the energy sector’s earnings?
Apple announced record-breaking sales of its newest iPhones last quarter. Josh Lipton breaks down all the numbers in the tech giant’s latest earnings report.
Boeing’s results walloped Wall Street’s earnings forecast.
Tonight: The Federal Reserve says the economy is expanding at a “solid pace” setting up a showdown over when exactly rates should be raised.