Tonight on Nightly Business Report, rising tensions between the U.S. and Saudi Arabia add another element of uncertainty for investors.

Plus, Sears was once a part of the fabric of America. Now, it’s bankrupt.

This week’s market monitor has stock picks he says investors should hold for the next 3 years.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, after a head-spinning week, what should you do with your money? Plus, why subprime home loans are making a comeback

While a more confident consumer base is helping Main Street’s bottom line, the labor market is tightening, making finding workers a challenge for companies. Many are increasing pay for the workers they already have to keep them on board.

The proposal is slated to be introduced next week, Politico reported, citing four people with knowledge of the plan. It’s a key piece of President Donald Trump’s blueprint to lower drug prices, which the administration unveiled in May.

Following the subprime mortgage crisis, low-income borrowers with low credit scores were locked out of homeownership. Now a major player in the subprime crisis is backing new loans to the same borrowers but with a far different product.

Stocks rose in volatile trading on Friday, but still posted sharp losses for the week as investors fretted over rising interest rates, high technology valuations and worries about a possible economic slowdown.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the Dow sheds 1300 points in two days leaving investors with a lot of questions.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the Dow sheds 1300 points in two days leaving investors with a lot of questions.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the Dow plunges 800 points. What’s behind the selling and what should you do with your money?

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the Dow plunges 800 points. What’s behind the selling and what should you do with your money?

The tech sector had its worst day in seven years, leading the Dow to its worst day in eight months.

Stocks had their worst day in eight months on Wednesday after a sharp downturn in tech shares, coupled with persistently higher interest rates, spooked investors. Here is a look at some of the most staggering stats from the downturn.

“I think the Fed is making a mistake. They are so tight. I think the Fed has gone crazy,” Trump said from Erie, Pennsylvania.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, investors are concerned about rising interest rates, but they may also have a new worry: rising costs.