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Tonight on Nightly Business Report, we’ll take you to one city in the U.S. where it’s getting really hard to find a house. And, the wealth gap widens to a record between the rich and poor and a new report says it’s holding back growth across the globe.
Today’s hot stocks: LL, CHS, SHAK, DLTR, QCOM, FNGN & WFC.
According to a new report, more Americans are working for Chinese companies than ever before in the United States.
Johnson & Johnson outlines a strategy to revive growth at its analyst meeting.
Target reported earnings and revenue that topped analyst estimate, citing strong demand for products at the center of its new growth plan.
Hampton Pearson tells us why many members of the Federal Reserve agree that a rate hike in June is highly unlikely.
Some of the world’s biggest banks will pay billions and plead guilty to charges it manipulated the currency markets.
Tonight: Some of the world’s biggest banks will pay billions and plead guilty to charges it manipulated the currency markets.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, some of the world’s biggest banks will pay billions and plead guilty to charges it manipulated the currency markets. And, if you own shares of an ETF or invest in a bond mutual fund, regulators have a warning for you.
Today’s hot stocks: AEO, LOW, SPLS, HRL, PBY, TWC, CVC, CRM & WSM.
There may be a big problem with the way the government has been calculating first quarter growth.
Diana Olick shows us the first in-home water recycling system that could save two-thirds of the water in a home.
Walmart, the world’s largest retailer, reports a big earnings miss and says it has a lot of obstacles working against it.
Kate Rogers speaks with small business owners to find out their secret to success.
Airbag maker Takata declared airbags defective in nearly 34 million vehicles, announcing the largest auto-related recall ever.