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Nightly Business Report – July 28, 2016

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, Ford reports a surprise drop in earnings and now some are wondering if the big sales run for the automakers is coming to an end.

Plus, why the home ownership rate has fallen to its lowest level in more than 50 years.

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Tonight on Nightly Business Report, a blowout quarter for Facebook. Is the company fast becoming one of the most powerful in the internet sector?

Plus, why scotch sales are suddenly on the rocks.

Sales fizzle at Coca-Cola

Coca-Cola reported a decline in sales in the latest quarter, as consumers drank less soda. Sara Eisen reports the details of the beverage company’s latest quarter.

Facebook’s blowout quarter

Facebook topped analysts’ profit and revenue estimates in the latest quarter. Julia Boorstin has more on the company’s strong quarter.

Gas glut

Jackie DeAngelis reports that there is a glut of gas on the markets.

Federal Reserve gives rate hike clues

The Federal Reserve left interest rates unchanged in their latest meeting, and investors are wondering when might the Central Bank call for a rate hike. Steve Liesman looks for clues.

Boeing sees its first loss in 7 years

After reporting its first quarterly loss in 7 years, Boeing cut its earnings guidance. Phil LeBeau has more.

Bourbon sales put scotch on the rocks

An increase in bourbon consumption is causing scotch sales to lag. Jane Well reports.

Nightly Business Report – July 27, 2016

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, a blowout quarter for Facebook. Is the company fast becoming one of the most powerful in the internet sector?

Plus, why scotch sales are suddenly on the rocks.

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Tonight on Nightly Business Report, why Apple’s quarterly results could set the tone for the trading day tomorrow.
And, the Chinese company that’s making a big push into Silicon Valley.

Nightly Business Report – July 26, 2016

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, why Apple’s quarterly results could set the tone for the trading day tomorrow.

And, the Chinese company that’s making a big push into Silicon Valley.

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Tonight on Nightly Business Report.. Verizon buys Yahoo marking the end of an era for one of the internet’s pioneers.
Plus, why the key to the electric car revolution can be found in a remote part of the Nevada desert.

The driving force behind retail traffic

Fewer people have been hitting the mall, but there’s one thing that’s starting to pull them back in. Diana Olick explains.

CEO fraud scam

Andrea Day reports on a new email scam that could cost companies big money.

Nervous investors may bail on stocks after election

According to a new survey, nearly half of millionaire investors are considering selling some of their stocks after election day. Robert Frank has the details.