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Our Josh Lipton reports on Apple’s highly anticipated launch of its gaming subscription service called “Arcade”.
New crash test results of electric vehicles showed a handful of them scored high and are among the safest models on the road…leading some to wonder if their safer than gas powered cars. Phil LeBeau has more for us.
Start-ups led by women tend to get less funding than their male counterparts but there’s an effort underway to change that. Julia Boorstin reports on how one investor is trying to close that gap.
Trade negotiations between the two biggest economies in the world resumed on Thursday. Kayla Tausche has more for us from Washington.
The recent National Association of Realtors report on existing home sales showed the strongest sales to be in the Northeast region while the West region actually saw a decline. Two realtors representing those respective regions joins us on the show: Buddy West, President of Emory Hill Residential and Founder of Military Residential Specialist in Wilmington, Delaware and Courtney Hall, realtor from Keller Williams in Burbank, California.
Homebuyers are getting off the sidelines as sales are up for a second straight month injecting new life into a slumping market. Diana Olick has more for us.
The Federal Reserve cuts interest rates again but central bankers are split over the outlook. Steve Liesman has more for us from the nation’s capital.
President Trump is taking on the state of California and caught in the middle is the auto industry. Phil LeBeau has more for us.
Odeta Kushi, who’s the Deputy Chief Economist at First American Financial, joins us on the show and gives us her assessment on the latest good news in the housing sector as housing starts rise to a 12-year high in August. Is this a sign of a housing rebound?
Joining us to give his perspective on the Federal Reserve’s decision and how it may impact the economy is Scott Brown, Chief Economist at Raymond James.
A survey shows a majority of CFOs believe the U.S. will be in a recession within a year. Why are they so pessimistic? Bob Pisani reports from the New York Stock Exchange.
Ylan Mui reports on how some of the most powerful American CEOs are growing more cautious with the economy.
Seema Mody gives us a special report on the changing travel industry where a softening U.S. economy and a slowdown in China has put travelers on notice, especially impacting the hospitality industry.
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.