NBR Staff’s Posts

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the Fed cuts interest rates but policy makers are divided on the outlook.

Federal Reserve officials began a two-day meeting on interest rates and the mixed messages on the economy are creating a lot of confusion. Steve Liesman sorts it all out for us.

FedEx says the global economy is getting weaker and its profit and revenue are hurting. Frank Holland has more for us on the earnings recap.

Joining us on the show to give us his analysis on the latest numbers that FedEx reported from its earnings report and what it means to the global economy is Donald Broughton, Managing Partner at Broughton Capital.

E-commerce giant Amazon is attracting job seekers from across the country as it hosts the nation’s largest career fair. Deirdre Bosa has more for us at that job fair in Arlington, Virginia.

Purdue Pharma, the maker of OxyContin, the drug widely seen connected to the opioid crisis, has its day in court. Meg Tirrell is at the courthouse for us at White Plains, New York.

Brian Sullivan reports from Houston where he attended a major energy conference and gets reaction from the industry on the recent attacks on the Saudi Arabia oil production facilities.

With the holiday shopping season just a couple of months away, analysts are forecasting consumer spending to be strong and robust. Courtney Reagan has more for us.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, FedEx warns that trade uncertainty and a weakening global economy are hurting its business. Plus, Amazon hangs out the help wanted sign.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, FedEx warns that trade uncertainty and a weakening global economy are hurting its business. Plus, Amazon hangs out the help wanted sign.

GM workers walk off the job for the first time in a dozen years and both sides have a lot at stake. Phil LeBeau reports from Michigan.

Meg Tirrell reports on how Purdue Pharma files for bankruptcy but legal battles are still ahead.

A new name has been given to the NFL’s most expensive stadium. What is it and have you heard of this start-up company? Kate Rooney reports from Southern California for us.

Joining us on set is John Kilduff, Founding Partner at Again Capital, who gives us his analysis on the oil sector after the Saudi oil strike.

On Tuesday, the tallest and most expensive residential tower will open in Manhattan. Robert Frank gives a tour with some sky-high views which also includes some sky-high prices.