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Tonight on Nightly Business Report, President Obama calls Sony’s decision to pull its controversial movie ‘a mistake’ as the full impact on the business world is just starting to be felt. And, how a 100-year old company is keeping its edge and turning out one of the year’s hottest products.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the Fed-fueled rally intensified sending the Dow Jones Industrial Average up more than 400 points, its biggest gain since November 2011. And, a defiant Russian President Vladimir Putin assured his country that the economy will rebound after the currency’s recent steep slide.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the Chair of the Federal Reserve said the central bank will be ‘patient’ when it comes to raising rates and investors liked what they heard. And, President Obama announces sweeping changes to U.S. policy with Cuba and it could, eventually, create opportunities for both investors and business.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, what was behind the wild day on Wall Street which saw the Dow Jones Industrial Average swing 350 points? And, will the Federal Reserve signal that it’s getting closer to raising a key interest rate when its policy meeting concludes tomorrow?
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, stocks retreat and oil prices drop as investors look ahead to this week’s meeting of the Federal Reserve. And, Bond King Bill Gross, in his first television interview since abruptly leaving PIMCO, talks about his new job and the investment he thinks looks ‘great.’
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, oil at its lowest level in nearly six years. What does cratering crude mean for other commodities and the economy? And, our Market Monitor says low oil prices are a gift for investors.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, companies are hiring, gas prices are falling and that’s getting people to spend more. Will all that spending boost the economy into the end of the year and next? And, nearly one in five Americans never expect to get out of debt. How can you keep your debt from spiraling out …
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, an ugly day on Wall Street as stocks dive and crude craters. Is this the beginning of a steeper selloff? And, can Youngstown, Ohio, a steel powerhouse that fell on hard times, use the new energy boom to revitalize its economy?
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, what are people doing with all the money they’re saving on gas? The results of a new survey on spending and the economy. And, America’s heartland is undergoing an economic transformation. But can the region, known for its manufacturing past, reinvent itself?
Tonight on Nightly Business Report.. McDonald’s posts another big decline in same-store sales. If McDonald’s is getting it wrong, which company is getting it right? And, what’s the better way to build wealth: putting your money in the stock market or buying a home?
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, hiring surged in November, blowing way past expectations. Will the Federal Reserve be forced to act sooner if this type of growth continues? And, we’ll meet an entrepreneur who’s shining a light on a major issue in the healthcare industry.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, going global. From Europe to Russia, what’s happening in hot spots across the globe and what they could mean for your money. And, will all the retail data breaches change the way consumers shop and how they pay?
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, Wall Street & Washington intersected today when some of the biggest names in business discussed the biggest issues facing their companies. And, why one of the biggest concerns for CEOs next year is healthcare.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, falling gas prices and deep discounts helped lure customers into auto dealerships. But can the industry’s strong November sales continue into December and beyond? And, the promising new drug that could potentially help millions of Americans suffering from Alzheimer’s.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, if oil prices continue to crumble, what might happen to one of America’s greatest economic success stories: North Dakota’s Bakken shale. And, are retailers worried about the soft Black Friday sales numbers?