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Tonight: Some of the world’s biggest banks will pay billions and plead guilty to charges it manipulated the currency markets.

Tonight: Some of the world’s biggest banks will pay billions and plead guilty to charges it manipulated the currency markets.

Tonight: Walmart, the world’s largest retailer, reports a big earnings miss and says it has a lot of obstacles working against it.

Tonight: $10 billion worth of deals on Wall Street today. Which companies are getting together and why?

Tonight: With stocks sitting near record levels, will the bears drive the next leg or the bears? Why it’s very easy to pull one over on the agency that’s supposed to protect investors.

Tonight: What drove the rally on Wall Street sending the S&P 500 to a record?

Tonight: Consumer spending barely budged in April. What does that mean for economic growth and the Federal Reserve?

Tonight: Verizon buys AOL, the company that first introduced America to the internet. Why? And why now?

Tonight: Saudi Arabia’s new king says he won’t attend a White House summit, as global investors keep a close eye on the U.S.-Saudi relationship, long connected by oil and security.

Tonight: Why both Wall Street and Main Street cheered this jobs report. And, why President Obama made his pitch for a global trade deal at Nike headquarters.

Tonight: Why tomorrow’s big employment report is proving to be one of the hardest to predict.

Tonight: Companies added the fewest number of workers to their payrolls in more than a year, putting investors on alert ahead of Friday’s employment report.

Tonight: Oil prices close at their highest levels of the year. What’s driving them and will the upward swing continue?

Tonight: Will McDonald’s new turnaround plan shake off years of sliding sales? And, why this year’s Berkshire Hathaway shareholder meeting was different from the others.

Tonight: Stocks rally on the first day of the month and our market monitor guest has some stock picks for this market.