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 economy grew at its fastest pace in more than a decade as consumers shopped and businesses spent. But will the strength in the third quarter continue into the fourth?
Tonight: A prominent Wall Street strategist says the U.S. market is in the sixth year of a 20 year bull run. We’ll talk to him about why he’s so optimistic.
Tonight: Two of the world’s most prominent central banks in Europe and China triggered a stock market rally across the globe. And senators are accusing the Federal Reserve Bank of New York of being too cozy with the banks it regulates.
Tonight: What President Obama will say tonight during his immigration address and what the business community wants to hear.
Tonight: Did the Federal Reserve further muddy the outlook for interest rates when it released the minutes from its last meeting?
Tonight: The S&P closes at its 43rd record high of the year. Find out how the head of CalSTRS, the nation’s second largest public pension fund, is investing in this market.
Tonight: A $66 billion deal in the health care sector closes the book on one of the most dramatic takeovers in recent history.
Tonight: Stocks have bounced back since the lows of mid-October. Which sectors have come back the most?
Tonight: Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway charges ahead with a multi-billion dollar deal to buy Procter & Gamble’s Duracell business. But what’s really behind the Oracle’s offer?
Tonight: Are the world’s two largest economies, the U.S. & China, entering a new phase of friendlier relations? And what might that mean for business?
Tonight: The U.S. and China reach an agreement to drop tariffs on $1 trillion worth of technology products and some well-known companies could feel the impact.
Tonight: President Obama took a firm stand on a controversial topic about the internet and shares of cable companies fell sharply.
Tonight: A solid but not spectacular jobs report. Does this do anything to change expectations for the Federal Reserve and the future of interest rates?
Tonight: Double-digit gains for the year are once again a possibility for the major averages and that is raising the question for investors – which is better: passive or active investing? We’ll take a look.
Tonight: Democrats and Republicans say they will work together. What are the odds Washington will actually get work done on issues important to business?