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The average price of a used vehicle is now at a record $20,000. Phil LeBeau reports on what’s driving the prices.
This week’s market monitor has three high quality growth names that he says offer downside protection if economic growth slows.
Two Houston-based entrepreneurs came up with a way to make the process of creating hydrogen peroxide safer and cheaper. Bill Griffeth tells their story.
This week’s market monitor is digging for a value in this growth market.
Julia Boorstin reports the results of Netflix’s second quarter.
Kayla Tausche reports on how small businesses are coping with the steel and aluminum tariffs.
Diana Olick reports that rising e-commerce sales are creating strong demand for warehouses.
Health experts say they’re examining a possible link between McDonald’s salads and an intestinal parasite that has sickened at least 61 customers. Kate Rogers takes a look at whether McDonald’s will be able to contain the damage better than Chipotle did when it faced a similar issue.
Aditi Roy reports on the impact tariffs, and the threat of new ones, could have on the nation’s busiest port.
With ultra-luxury auto sales on pace for another record year, Phil LeBeau talks to Aston Martin about it’s growth plan and possible public debut.
Leslie Picker reports on the earnings from JP Morgan, Wells Fargo and Citibank.
Meg Tirrell reports on what could come next for Johnson & Johnson after a jury hit the company with a $4.7B fine after more than 20 women alleged the company’s baby powder caused their ovarian cancer.
This week’s market monitor is finding opportunity in the U.S., and he’s recommending three ETFs he says pay a good income.
Aditi Roy reports on Broadcom’s announcement that it’s buying CA for almost $19 billion.
CVS and Aetna shares rose following a report that said the Department of Justice won’t challenge their merger deal. Meg Tirrell looks at what a combination of the two companies would look like.