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Best Buy posted a strong quarter and even gave upbeat guidance. Courtney Reagan breaks down the company’s numbers for us.
Joining us on the show is Kevin Mahn, President & CIO at Hennion & Walsh Asset Management, who give us his analysis if Wall Street can continue to make these new record highs.
Steve Liesman reports on what economists are predicting with the consumer spending predictions during this upcoming holiday shopping season.
Julia Boorstin reports on the record setting opening weekend “Frozen 2” set at the box office.
Many thought government help for the trade war would go to the heartland but that’s not necessarily where the checks are being sent. Kayla Tausche has more for us.
Brian Sullivan reports on how the oil industry is facing challenges which includes debt threat.
On Monday, the Dow, S&P and Nasdaq all close out records as the 2019 rally picks up steam. Mike Santoli has more for us from the New York Stock Exchange.
A wave of homes could hit the market when baby boomers decide to sell and it may have a big impact on some local economies. Joining us to discuss this is Skylar Olsen, a Senior Economist at Zillow.
Willem Marx reports why ride-sharing company Uber has lost its license across the pond in London which is raising questions about the company’s future in its most lucrative European market.
Julia Boorstin give us a preview on Disney’s “Frozen II” and if can warm up a chilly box office.
The supply of homes for sale is falling across the nation and it may only get worse come the spring season. Diana Olick has more for us.
Eamon Javers reports on Friday’s meeting at the White House between executives from the vaping industry and President Trump.
On this week’s “Market Monitor”, we speak with Chris Cordaro, Chief Investment Officer at Regent Atlantic, who gives us three stock picks that he says are immune to the trade war volatility.
Joining us on the show is Thomas Plumb, President & CEO at Plumb Balanced Fund, who’s also a five-star fund manager and gives us his perspective if you should hedge your portfolio in this current market climate.
Courtney Reagans has a special investigative report for us on the brazen crime that’s hurting retailers’ profits.