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Tonight on Nightly Business Report, a special edition, “The Future of…” – a look at what key businesses and industries might look like in the years to come.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, a raft of disappointing data out today has some questioning whether the economy can really kick into a higher gear. And OPEC meets tomorrow to decide if it will cut production. What are the prospects like for oil prices?
At the nation’s largest peach farm there’s a big union standoff that’s being closely watched by small farms and agricultural giants around the country.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the economy grew at its fastest pace in more than a decade as consumers shopped and businesses spent. But will the strength in the third quarter continue into the fourth? And, Apple goes where no stock has gone before, touching a $700 billion valuation.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, a prominent Wall Street strategist says the U.S. market is in the sixth year of a 20 year bull run. We’ll talk to him about why he’s so optimistic. And, the abrupt departure of the CEO of United Technologies is leaving shareholders with more questions than answers.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, two of the world’s most prominent central banks in Europe and China triggered a stock market rally across the globe. And senators accused the Federal Reserve Bank of New York of being too cozy with the banks it regulates.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, what President Obama will say tonight during his immigration address and what the business community wants to hear. And, why new crash tests are raising troubling questions about the safety of minivans.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, did the Federal Reserve further muddy the outlook for interest rates when it released the minutes from its last meeting? And, what President Obama is expected to say when he addresses the issue of immigration tomorrow and what it could mean for business.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the S&P closes at its 43rd record high of the year. Find out how the head of CalSTRS, the nation’s second largest public pension fund, is investing in this market. And, why some say Home Depot’s outlook is bright despite the growing cost of the data breach.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, a $66 billion deal in the health care sector closes the book on one of the most dramatic takeovers in recent history. And, the companies that could benefit if the Keystone pipeline is approved.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, stocks have bounced back since the lows of mid-October. Which sectors have come back the most? Health care enrollment under the Affordable Care Act begins tomorrow and this time around there are changes, challenges and some unanswered questions.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway charges ahead with a multi-billion dollar deal to buy Procter & Gamble’s Duracell business. But what’s really behind the Oracle’s offer? And Halliburton is reportedly in talks to buy Baker Hughes – a deal that could come at a time when the oil industry is dealing …
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, are the world’s two largest economies, the U.S. & China, entering a new phase of friendlier relations? And what might that mean for business? And, what Macy’s earnings results may say about the health of the rest of the sector.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the U.S. and China reach an agreement to drop tariffs on $1 trillion worth of technology products and some well-known companies could feel the impact. Plus, what one Wall Street firm is doing to help veterans transition from the battlefield to the workplace.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, President Obama took a firm stand on a controversial topic about the internet and shares of cable companies fell sharply. And, what led Dendreon, the company that pioneered a drug many considered the next big thing in cancer research, to file for bankruptcy?