Transcripts

Tonight: Will tomorrow’s June employment report please both Wall Street and Main Street?

Tonight: The first half of 2015 is in the books. What worked for investors and what’s stalling out as we start the second half?

Tonight: U.S. stocks had their worst day of the year as positions hardened in that long simmering Greek debt crisis.

Tonight: The clock is ticking in Greece. Talks between the indebted nation and its creditors will continue tomorrow, but significant differences remain.

Tonight: The Supreme Court keeps the President’s Affordable Care Act intact and hospitals and health insurance stocks soar.

Tonight: Netflix splits its stock 7-for-1. But do splits really matter? And, what’s the top state for business in the U.S.?

Tonight: Companies selling items deemed by some as racially insensitive. Some are removing them from shelves. Will others follow and just what is a business’ responsibility when it comes to lightning rod topics?

Tonight: A deal in Greece appears closer than ever and stocks rally around the globe

Tonight: The European Central Bank extends a financial lifeline to Greece ahead of an emergency meeting on Monday.

Tonight: The Nasdaq sets a new record, but this time around it’s not just tech that’s driving the index. And, what Pope Francis said that’s grabbing the attention of big business.

Tonight: The Federal Reserve leaves interest rates unchanged and even though there were hardly any clues in the central bank’s statement about its next move, stocks ended higher.

Tonight: The Federal Reserve begins its two-day meeting today, so what do some of the nation’s top money managers, strategists and economists think the Fed will do next?

Tonight: Stocks start the week under pressure amid concerns over Greece and tomorrow the focus turns to the Fed.

Tonight: A stunning setback for the President and the push to expand his trade negotiating power. But the fight is far from over.

Tonight: The latest report on retail sales shows Americans have not forgotten how to spend and that could be good news for the economy.