NBR Staff’s Posts

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, stocks hit new records on the back of earnings from the likes of Wal-mart and Home Depot.
So how is the consumer doing and how is the retail landscape shaping up?

Sales of traditional journals and notebooks have taken off over the past year. And as Jane Wells reports, a lot of the demand is coming from millennials.

In its latest quarter, Walmart saw same-store sales rise at their fastest clip since 2012. Courtney Reagan has more on the retailer’s quarter.

Diana Olick takes a look at how potential deregulation plans may impact nonbank lenders.

Kayla Tausche explains why the renegotiation of NAFTA is still a long way off.

Sarah Eisen takes a look at some food companies’ strategies for finding growth.

Bob Pisani explains why stock buybacks aren’t a solution for the market’s problems.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, stocks hit new records on the back of earnings from the likes of Wal-mart and Home Depot.
So how is the consumer doing and how is the retail landscape shaping up?

Tonight on a special edition Nightly Business Report, we’ll talk business and budgets as President Trump closes out his first month in the White House.

Tonight on a special edition Nightly Business Report, we’ll talk business and budgets as President Trump closes out his first month in the White House.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, stocks hit new records on the back of earnings from the likes of Wal-mart and Home Depot.
So how is the consumer doing and how is the retail landscape shaping up?

Our Market Monitor has the names of three stocks she says could grow 15-percent over the next year and may also provide dividend income.

Bob Pisani reports on oil’s drag on the markets today.

Coal country applauded the President’s move to sign a law that removes an environmental rule coal miners were against.

Phil LeBeau reports on President Trump’s visit to Boeing’s South Carolina plant, where he spoke to employees about manufacturing in the U.S.