About NBR“Nightly Business Report produced by CNBC” (NBR) is an award-winning and highly-respected nightly business news program that airs on public television. Television’s longest-running evening business news broadcast, “NBR” features in-depth coverage and analysis of the biggest financial news stories of the day and access to some of the world’s top business leaders and policy makers.
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Tonight: The debate over when the Federal Reserve will hike rates is intensifying and grabbing the attention of investors, Wall Street and Main Street.
Tonight: Homeowners poured money into renovation projects and that helped Home Depot’s bottom line. But is the trend expected to continue?
Tonight: No news was good news on Wall Street as a quiet August day ended with a 170-point gain on the Dow.
Tonight: The markets were rattled on reports of renewed fighting in Ukraine. What does it mean for your investments in stocks and bonds.
Tonight: A Warren Buffett milestone. Shares of his Berkshire Hathaway top $200,000 for the first time ever.
Tonight: 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.
Tonight: Retail earnings reports could drive the market later this week, but which is the one stock to own for the long term?
Tonight: 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.”
Tonight: 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.
Tonight: 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?
Tonight: 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.’
Tonight: 21st Century Fox abandons its $80 billion pursuit of Time Warner. But is the story still far from over?
Tonight: 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.
Tonight: 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.
Tonight: stocks routed. What every investors needs to know as Wall Street closes the books on July.