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Morgan Brennan reports on what the NAFTA negotiations could bring for the transportation industry.
Bob Pisani takes a look at how markets reacted to news of Bannon’s ouster.
Aditi Roy reports on how solar energy lost during the eclipse might affect households across the country.
Robert Frank reports from the Pebble Beach Auctions on this year’s top lots, and what may be causing the slowdown in the classic cars market.
Jackie DeAngelis reports on how cheap natural gas is shutting down nuclear facilities.
Courtney Reagan reports on why Walmart sales rose last quarter despite poor performance across the retail industry.
Bob Pisani reports on the stock market sell-off today.
Diana Olick reports on the increase in young home buyers turning to low down payment loans.
Jane Wells reports on the new niche business of mini homes for seniors.
Courtney Reagan breaks down Target’s quarterly report.
After being banned by payment processors and traditional companies, racist groups are finding new methods to solicit donations. Contessa Brewer reports.
Eamon Javers reports on President Trump disbanding two business advisory councils.
Apple is reportedly making a $1 billion dollar push into original content. Julia Boorstin has the details.
Federal Reserve policy makers are divided over the pact of raising interest rates because of persistently low inflation. Hampton Pearson reports.
Aditi Roy reports on how farmers could be impacted by potential NAFTA changes.