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Tonight on Nightly Business Report, is a familiar retail name, RadioShack, close to filing for bankruptcy? We’ll speak to the Wall Street analyst who says yes. And, why it’s a bad time to be an energy bull.
Tonight: The economy shrinks sharply in the first quarter. So why are so many leading economists optimistic about the second?
Veteran money manager, Mike Holland, tells us how he thinks this pullback compares to others in history.
Tonight’s Market Monitor is investing in a Main Street recovery and he’ll name a stock he says will benefit.
Treasury Secretary, Jack Lew tells Congress to act on the Debt Ceiling soon. Is another standoff taking shape in Washington?
A new trend in luxury home selling is giving buyers everything they could ever dream of and more.
Starting Friday, Apple will dive head first into the world’s largest smartphone market, China.
Is there something lurking in the markets that investors need to be concerned about?
Global IT spending will grow to more than $2 trillion next year according to the IDC.
The Fed’s decision to pull back on stimulus is affecting investments in everything.
The CEO and co-chief investment officer of PIMCO, the world`s largest bond fund weighs in on the Fed’s decision.
The top technology dogs met with the President to talk healthcare.gov and the NSA spying scandal.
Our Market Monitor has a list of stocks that she says could gain 20% or more in the New Year.
With stock market gains of 25%, you may be wondering when it’s a good time to start selling.
Lawmakers reached a bipartistan budget deal that doesn’t raise taxes, but it restores some of the sequester spending cuts.