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Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the economy didn’t expand by as much as economists thought it would in the fourth quarter, but one voting member of the Federal Reserve isn’t concerned.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, how Google, Amazon and Visa’s after the bell earnings could shape the trading day tomorrow. And, we’ll meet the man who has a big task ahead of him: turning sales around at the world’s largest fast-food chain, McDonald’s.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the Federal Reserve says the economy is expanding at a “solid pace” setting up a showdown over when exactly rates should be raised. And, what’s behind the surge in Boeing shares?
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the strong dollar proves to be a big drag on some of the country’s biggest companies and that sent the Dow Jones Industrial Average plummeting. And, what economists and fund managers expect the Federal Reserve to say when it wraps up its two-day meeting tomorrow.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, a historic blizzard hits one of the country’s major economic arteries but the storm may not be a record breaker for the economy. And, the most important takeaway for investors from Microsoft’s earnings.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, UPS warns its bottomline will get hit by a double whammy: a stronger dollar and the West Coast port dispute. And, President Obama’s proposal to change one of the benefits of 529 college savings plans and why it may cost you.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the European Central Bank announces a massive stimulus program to get the struggling eurozone economy growing again. Nightly Business Report has reaction to this historic decision from across Europe and will explain why it matters to U.S. markets and investors.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the European Central Bank is widely expected to make a massive monetary move tomorrow in order to prop up the struggling Eurozone economy and the stakes are high. And, a historic meeting in Cuba as a U.S. delegation arrives in the country to re-establish diplomatic and economic ties.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the President addresses the American people outlining new economic proposals that could impact your money. And, growth in China is the slowest it’s been in 24 years and that may not be a good thing for the vulnerable global economy.
Tonight on a special edition of Nightly Business Report, how the rapid decline in energy prices is impacting everything from the economy to consumers to housing. And, from Texas all the way to North Dakota, how some of the cities in the heart of America’s energy industry are faring as prices fall.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, consumer prices fell by the largest amount in six years and that could make the Federal Reserve’s decision on when to hike interest rates a lot more complicated. And, our Market Monitor guest says this is not the year for passive investing and he has a list of stocks he …
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, Switzerland’s central bank makes an unprecedented policy about-face and stuns investors across the globe. Does it signal deeper economic problems within Europe? And, what went wrong with the banks in the fourth quarter?
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, investors sell stocks and buy bonds on concerns over the health of the global economy. But is the U.S. strong enough to withstand overseas weakness? And, Americans didn’t spend as much in December as expected. So where is all the money consumers are saving on cheap gas going?
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, what caused today’s 282-point gain in the Dow Jones Industrial Average to evaporate? And, is Apple getting ready to give billions back to shareholders in the form of dividends and buybacks?
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, oil prices plunge to a near six-year low. How low is too low when it comes to crumbling crude? And with energy prices tumbling and the dollar soaring, will companies have a new excuse for less-than-stellar earnings?