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Tonight: What China’s slowdown and extreme market volatility could mean for the Federal Reserve.
Tonight: How Anthem’s proposed takeover of Cigna could change the health care system as we know it.
Tonight: On the busiest day of earnings season, Amazon turns an unexpected profit sending its shares soaring.
Tonight: Home prices are being sold at their highest prices ever, but there’s one thing that’s not right in the housing recovery.
Tonight: Apple and Microsoft, two of the most widely held tech stocks, report earnings after the bell and could set the tone for tomorrow.
Tonight: The Nasdaq is sitting at an all-time high but that might just be hiding a big problem in tech.
Tonight: Is a key measure of inflation finally closing in on the level the Federal Reserve has been looking for?
Tonight: The Nasdaq Composite Index notched a record high as tech stocks rallied on strong earnings results.
Tonight: Big earnings surprises from both Intel and Netflix send their shares initially higher in late day trading.
Tonight: One day before Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen is set to appear before Congress, she gets handed some lousy economic news.
Tonight: Wall Street rallies on a deal for Greece, but at what price for the indebted country?
Tonight: Stocks rally as it appears Greece is closer than ever to striking a bailout deal with its creditors.
Tonight: Greece prepares a new plan for a bailout, but will it go far enough?
Tonight: Why trading came to a screeching halt at the New York Stock Exchange for a large portion of the day.
Tonight: It’s not just oil that’s getting walloped but also gold and copper. Why? And is it signaling something about the global economy?