NBR Staff’s Posts

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, want to buy Apple but think the price is too expensive? Schwab will soon let investors buy fractions of stocks. Does it make sense for the average investors?

With the UAW & GM reaching a tentative deal, how does this impact the auto industry going forward? Joining us to discuss this topic is Karl Brauer, Executive Publisher at Kelley Blue Book.

Jane Wells is in Detroit and gives us the latest on the tentative deal between the United Auto Workers and General Motors.

Joining us on the show is Luke Tilley, a Chief Economist at Wilmington Trust, who gives us his perspective what we can expect next with the Federal Reserve and interest rates.

Brian Sullivan continues his reporting on rare Earth Minerals and tells us how these minerals are playing a crucial role in the world today and for the future.

Willem Marx reports from Brussels on the tentative deal between the United Kingdom and the European Union.

With the recent tentative deal with Brexit and possible U.S. thawing tensions with China, some wondering what this means for the Federal Reserve and the future of interest rates. Steve Liesman reports.

Frank Holland tells us why Altria is raising its cigarette prices.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, with tentative deals on China trade and Brexit – along with an economy slowing but still holding its own – what’s next for Fed and interest rates?

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, with tentative deals on China trade and Brexit – along with an economy slowing but still holding its own – what’s next for Fed and interest rates?

Deirdre Bosa breaks down how IBM did in its latest quarterly results.

Netflix saw its earnings grow but subscriber growth missed expectations just as the streaming company faces upcoming competition. Julia Boorstin breaks it all down for us.

Volvo rolls out its all electric vehicles but are buyers ready for a plug-in SUV? Phil LeBeau reports.

Brian Sullivan reports there’s another trade war front with China that’s not really discussed: Rare Earth Metals.

Joining us on the show is Tuna Amobi, Senior Media & Entertainment Analyst at CFRA Research, who gives us is analysis on the latest numbers Netflix reported on its earnings.