Transcripts

Tonight: The blue chip Dow Industrial Average rises to an intraday high as investors place their bets ahead of a crucial two-day meeting of the Federal Reserve.

Tonight: The man in charge of GM’s victim compensation fund says the number of ignition-switch related deaths stands at 19, and will likely go higher.

Tonight: Retail sales soar in August and overall sentiment rises. Is this the start of a consumer revival?

Tonight: What’s your sell strategy? With stocks still near record highs, how do you know which stocks and mutual funds to get rid of?

Tonight: Is a familiar retail name, RadioShack, close to filing for bankruptcy? We’ll speak to the Wall Street analyst who says yes.

Tonight: Apple unveils new phones, a mobile payment system and a watch. Did the company prove it hasn’t lost its innovative edge?

Tonight: Why Wall Street was buzzing about a handful of blue chip stocks today: Exxon Mobil, Boeing and General Electric.

Tonight: The U.S. created fewer jobs than expected last month. What are the implications for the Federal Reserve, the economy and investors?

Tonight: At what point will markets start paying attention to the growing international geopolitical turmoil? And, what happens when they do?

Tonight: Stocks continue to sit at lofty levels despite dismal economic and geopolitical news abroad. Call it the Fortress USA mentality. But how realistic is it? We’ll explain.

Tonight: A big week ahead that could go a long way in determining whether the Federal Reserve hikes interest rates sooner rather than later and if September continues as one of the historically worst performing months.

Tonight: A special Labor Day edition focusing on the job market: the progress it’s making, the challenges ahead and what some companies are doing to train workers with the necessary skills.

Tonight: Stocks turn in a strong August performance. But could September’s jam-packed calendar send stocks in a different direction?

Tonight: Why renewed tensions on the Russia-Ukraine border are overshadowing better economic data here at home.

Tonight: Alibaba’s profits nearly triple, increasing the buzz around its expected landmark IPO.