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Tonight on Nightly Business Report, hiring was surprisingly strong in February. Is it a sign the economy is not only growing, but also accelerating? And, our Market Monitor guest tonight explains why buying defensive stocks may be your best offense.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, a record close for the S&P. What’s driving it? And, what are the sector you should invest in for the long haul? And, is the person you trust with your money – your broker – hiding information from you?
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, two reports on the labor market are raising concerns for would-be job seekers. Will Friday’s government employment report confirm the hiring slump? And, why is Google investing in a website that auctions real estate?
Tonight: The latest on Ukraine and market reaction plus, President Obama unveils his $4 trillion budget. What’s his plan for spending and new taxes in the coming year?
Tonight on Nightly Business Report.. Investors sell stocks as the conflict between Ukraine and Russia escalates. What happens next and what does it mean for your money. And Warren Buffett, the world’s most famous investor, tells us what he thinks of the crisis in the Ukraine, the economy, the stock market and much more.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, today’s big gains vanished on rising tensions in Ukraine. How concerned should investors be? And, Apple CEO Tim Cook fielding questions on everything from new products to potential acquisitions at its annual meeting. But were shareholders satisfied?
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, Fed Chair Janet Yellen tells Congress the economy has shown recent signs of weakness. We have her outlook and what it might mean for your money. And, Best Buy returns to a profit. Does the surprisingly strong quarter mean the retailer’s turnaround strategy remains solidly on track?
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, mixed signals on the housing market. Ivy Zelman, the analyst who called housing’s top and bottom, makes sense of the conflicting numbers. And, the third part of our health series looks at whether the taxpayer could be on the hook if the federally-funded insurance co-ops don’t work out as planned.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, a mixed reading on the economy. Housing feels a weather impact. So do Home Depot and Macy’s, but the retailers say spring is the season to watch. So where does the economy stand?
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, investors kicked off the week in a buying mood, sending the S&P to a record. Where’s the enthusiasm coming from and how long will it last? And, the first of our three-part series tonight on the changing health insurance industry focuses on a hospital that’s not only providing care, but …
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, Barnes & Noble gets a takeover offer from a private equity firm and shares soar. Is Barnes & Noble entering a new chapter and how might it play out? And, taxpayers have recouped all of the bailout money they gave to Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac. Did the bailouts keep …
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, Wal-Mart, the world’s largest retailer, says it won’t earn as much money this year as many had hoped. What’s holding Wal-Mart back? And, Facebook pays a whopping $16b for WhatsApp, a company few have heard of before today. How does it make money and who are the guys behind it?
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, will the anti-government protests in Kiev and other parts of the world begin to rattle investors? And, do some members of the Federal Reserve want to start raising interest rates sooner rather than later? NBR has the minutes of the central bank’s last meeting.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, shares of Coke fell after the company said sales were soft. Why aren’t investors thirsty for the world’s largest beverage maker? And, home builder sentiment drops just as the unofficial start to the spring selling season gets underway. Is it a bad sign for the housing market?
Tonight on this special holiday edition of Nightly Business Report, Tax season is underway. Tonight we’ll have tips from experts, ways you can avoid some surprises and how to plan ahead for changes that come with the new health care law.