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 S&P closes at an all-time high-its 50th record close in the past 12 months. What`s driving it and which sectors should you invest in for the long haul?
Tonight: Reports on the labor market raising concerns for would-be job seekers. Will Friday’s government employment report confirm the hiring slump? And is this just a blip or a long-term trend?
Tonight: Easing tensions in Ukraine ignite a rally on Wall Street. The S&P 500, a record. The Dow, its best day this year. The NASDAQ, a 14-year high. But will the optimism last?
Tonight: Warren Buffett on the crisis in Ukraine. We talk to him about that, the economy and much, much more.
Tonight: Stocks wrap up a strong month with blue chips ending higher today despite dramatic events unfolding half a world away in Ukraine. A tense weekend lies ahead. What`s next for global equities?
Tonight: Fed Chair Janet Yellen tells Congress the economy has shown recent signs of weakness. We have her outlook and what it might mean for your money.
Tonight: Mixed signals. New home sales surge while application for mortgages drop. Ivy Zelman, the analyst who called housing`s top and bottom, makes sense of the conflicting data for us.
Tonight: A controversial bill in Arizona has big business ratcheting up the pressure on the state`s governor.
Tonight: It`s a big week for retail earnings, but just because Wal-Mart`s numbers were disappointing, it doesn’t mean others will follow suit.
Tonight: Barnes & Noble gets a takeover offer from a private equity firm and shares spike. So what might happen next?
Tonight: What`s wrong with Wal-Mart? The world`s largest retailer says it won`t earn as much money this year as many analysts had hoped.
Tonight: Do some members of the Federal Reserve want to start raising interest rates sooner rather than later?
Tonight: Shares of Coke fell after the company said sales were soft. Why aren’t investors thirsty for the world’s largest beverage maker?
Tonight: Tax season is underway. Tonight we’ll have tips from experts, ways you can avoid some surprises and how to plan ahead for changes that come with the new health care law.
Tonight: Stocks log their biggest weekly gain this year. Is the recent pullback over?