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Tonight: Stocks jolted on news a passenger jet crashed over Ukraine as questions remain over exactly what happened and what investors need to watch.

Tonight: Stocks jolted on news a passenger jet crashed over Ukraine as questions remain over exactly what happened and what investors need to watch.

Tonight: Time Warner rejects 21st Century Fox’s $80 billion offer. Will Rupert Murdoch up the bid? And does this deal make sense?

Tonight: Intel and Yahoo! are the first of the big tech companies to report. Will their results set the tone for the rest of the sector? Find out tonight.

Tonight: Bank earnings are expected to be one of this week’s market drivers. Find out what to expect.

Tonight: What Wells Fargo’s earnings results say about the health of the sector and the economy.

Tonight: Poor economic data around the world leads to concern about a global growth slowdown.

Tonight: Did the Federal Reserve offer any clues as to when it might start raising rates and by how much?

Tonight: Why this earnings season will likely keep investors on the edge of their seats.

Tonight: With Dow 17,000 in the rear view mirror, one long time market watcher says there’s very little that can stop stocks from going even higher.

Tonight: On a special fourth of July edition of Nightly Business Report, we look ahead to the second half of the year and what to expect in everything from housing to stocks and the economy.

Tonight: The unemployment rate drops as almost 300K new jobs were created in June. Is this a turning point for Main Street?

Tonight: Did employers go on a hiring spree in June? Why economists are optimistic about tomorrow’s employment report.

Tonight: The Dow pushes toward 17,000 on the first day of the second half. What might the rest of the year bring for the market and investors?

Tonight: General Motors recalls another 8 million cars – all on the same day it outlines compensation for victims of those faulty ignition switches.