NBR Staff’s Posts

If the economy loses its strength, will the consumer spending on fitness, especially with gym and health clubs, be the first expense to take a hit? Diana Olick continues our “The American Consumer” installment.

Investors are hiding out in safe and low risk funds but is that the best place for your money? Joining us to discuss about cash in your portfolio is Christine Benz, Director of Personal Finance at Morningstar.

President Donald Trump is taking on Ford in regards for the automaker company agreeing to meet fuel economy standards set by California. Phil LeBeau has more for us.

More to discuss about what the Federal Reserve might decide regarding interest rates and how the market may react is Sarah Hunt, a Portfolio Manager at Alpine Woods Capital Investors.

A divided Federal Reserve meets thousands of miles away from Wall Street in what’s turning into a high stakes event for investors. Steve Liesman has more for us from Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, a divided Federal Reserve meets at a high-stakes annual meeting. Plus, how much cash should be part of your portfolio?

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, a divided Federal Reserve meets at a high-stakes annual meeting. Plus, how much cash should be part of your portfolio?

From the latest retail earnings, we have been seeing a trend where big box retail companies like Walmart and Target perform well but department stores such as Macy’s are not. More to discuss this topic is John Morris, a Senior Brand Apparel Analyst at D.A. Davidson.

We’re seeing more Americans buying and driving SUVs and crossover utility vehicles which is causing the auto industry at a crossroad. Phil LeBeau explains.

With the ongoing trade tensions between the U.S. and China, many American soybean farmers are losing one of their main export markets. But, as Contessa Brewer tells us, some of these farmers were in Chicago to meet with buyers looking for new partnerships.

Stocks and bonds are developing a different kind of relationship which one that can be hard for investors to understand. Mike Santoli has more for us from the New York Stock Exchange.

On our latest installment of “The American Consumer”, Kate Rogers reports on Americans’ growing appetite for eating and dining out.

Target impresses Wall Street with a much better than expected earnings report which enabled the stock to skyrocket to a historic one day gain. Courtney Reagan gives us a recap.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, Target’s blowout quarter drives the stock up 20%, its best one-day gain ever. Plus, is the auto industry hitting peak SUV?

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, Target’s blowout quarter drives the stock up 20%, its best one-day gain ever. Plus, is the auto industry hitting peak SUV?