NBR Shows

Nightly Business Report — August 19, 2014

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, homeowners poured money into renovation projects and that helped Home Depot’s bottomline. But is the trend expected to continue? And, how the Ice Bucket Challenge is changing the business model for charitable giving.

Nightly Business Report — August 18, 2014

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, no news was good news on Wall Street as a quiet August day ended with a 170-point gain on the Dow. And, you’ll never guess how much it costs to raise kids.

Nightly Business Report — August 15, 2014

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the markets were rattled on reports of renewed fighting in Ukraine. What does it mean for your investments in stocks and bonds. And, why investors are starting to flee the once-hot, fast casual dining sector.

Nightly Business Report — August 14, 2014

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, a Warren Buffett milestone. Shares of his Berkshire Hathaway top $200,000 for the first time ever. And, after the closing bell, JC Penney had a big surprise for investors.

Nightly Business Report — August 13, 2014

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, will Cisco’s earnings after the closing bell set the tone for tomorrow? And, the SEC is reportedly looking into a group of funds growing in popularity with small investors. The risks and rewards of investing in Alternative Mutual Funds.

Nightly Business Report — August 12, 2014

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, retail earnings reports could drive the market later this week, but which is the one stock to own for the long term? And, is the health care system ready for aging baby boomers? The second in our four-part series ‘Aging in America.’

Nightly Business Report — August 11, 2014

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, with the situation in northern Iraq tense, why aren’t oil prices spiking? And, 10,000 baby boomers turn 65 every day and that could have a lasting impact on our economy. We begin a four-part series tonight called “Aging in America.”

Nightly Business Report — August 8, 2014

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, why the stock market is being driven higher even as the world remains on edge. And want a higher credit score? It just became a bit easier to obtain.

Nightly Business Report — August 7, 2014

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, lingering concerns over Europe’s economy, Ukraine and Iraq are creating turmoil in the markets. But is this a good thing for U.S. stocks as investors look for safe havens?

Nightly Business Report — August 6, 2014

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, Sprint shares fall almost 20% after ending its bid for T-Mobile. Now, the company has to find new growth the hard way. And, what happens when unapproved drugs are the only hope for very ill patients. Tonight we start a three-part series ‘desperate measures.’

Stocks bounce back

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, 21st Century Fox abandons its $80b pursuit of Time Warner. But is the story still far from over?

Nightly Business Report — August 4, 2014

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, was last week’s sell-off the start of something bigger? A look at what the experts say could happen next in the stock market. And, the first in a three-part investigative series looking into highway safety and the long-haul trucking industry.

Nightly Business Report — August 1, 2014

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the economy created more than 200,000 jobs for the 6th consecutive month and it says a lot about the health of the economy and what the Federal Reserve may do next. And, why Procter & Gamble believes the way to bulk up sales is to slim down.

Nightly Business Report — July 31, 2014

Tonight on Nightly Business Report – stocks routed. What every investors needs to know as Wall Street closes the books on July.

Nightly Business Report — July 30, 2014

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, economic growth bounced back last quarter, but how long will it last and what does it mean for the Federal Reserve’s next move? And, a ruling by the National Labor Relations Board is triggering a firestorm between big business and big labor – and at the center of it all …