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 state of labor unions in America. Plus, why one auto dealer, who has been in business for 23 years, is steaming mad.
Tonight: Why Fiat Chrysler auto workers are preparing to go on strike.
Tonight: An activist investor takes a big stake and makes a big bet on General Electric, one of the most widely held stocks by investors.
Tonight: A setback for the job market and what that could mean for the Federal Reserve and the stock market.
Tonight: Why September was a blockbuster month for auto sales.
Tonight: The books are closed on one of the worst quarters in years, so how should you invest in the months to come?
Tonight: With the books almost closed on September, attention turns to the fourth quarter and the four things investors need to watch.
Tonight: The companies that are feeling the squeeze as commodity prices get crushed.
Tonight: House Speaker John Boehner steps down. What does his resignation mean for a potential government shutdown, Wall Street uncertainty and even interest rates?
Tonight: Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen makes her first speech since last week’s decision not to raise interest rates.
Tonight: Why the Volkswagen emission scandal threatens much more than just the automaker.
Tonight: Two momentous state visits. The Pope and the President of China arrive in the U.S. and hot button issues could be on their agendas.
Tonight: How can the price of a 62-year-old drug rise more than 5000% seemingly overnight?
Tonight: How should you invest over the next few years now that the Federal Reserve is forecasting lackluster economic growth?
Tonight: Why the Federal Reserve decided that now is not the right time to raise interest rates.