NBR Staff’s Posts

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the Dow closes lower for a fifth straight day as trade tensions linger and the risks to the economy rise.

Plus, are you being tracked even if your location is turned off on your smartphone?

Even when you think you’re safe, Andrea Day is here to tell you you’re not. A study out of Northeastern University has found that a person can be tracked even when their smartphone’s GPS locator is turned off.

Eunice Yoon reports that Chinese e-commerce company JD.com saw record sales from its mid-year shopping festival.

Steve Liesman reports on the economic consequences from the Trump administration’s trade polices.

Annette Weisbach reports on how the uncertain future of Germany’s Chancellor Merkel is negatively impacting European stocks.

Sharon Epperson breaks down how you can lower your credit card interest rate and raise your credit limit.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the Dow closes lower for a fifth straight day as trade tensions linger and the risks to the economy rise.

Plus, are you being tracked even if your location is turned off on your smartphone?

The White House slaps tariffs on Chinese goods. China retaliates and investors are left wondering what comes next.

And, homes are selling in record time, even as prices rise. What it means for potential home buyers.

Our market monitor is betting these three companies will continue to offer investors growth, income & reasonable valuations.

Homes are selling at a record pace this selling season even as mortgage rates rise. But as Diana Olick tells us, there may a be a chill on the way.

Dominic Chu reports on golf retailers cashing in on the U.S. Open golf championship by updating traditional attire.

Kate Rogers has the story of a businesswoman who fought back when her company was hit by an influx of cheap products from China.

Our market monitor has three picks that he says offer growth, income and have reasonable valuations.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the White House slaps tariffs on Chinese goods, and China hits back.

And, homes are selling at a record pace, even as prices rise. What it means for house hunters this selling season.

A new study found that an increasing number of college students are mining bitcoin from their dorm rooms. And as Andrea Day tells us, colleges are cracking down on the act.