President Trump spent part of Christmas and the next day slamming Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi with criticism over the latest moves in Congress’ impeachment proceedings.

About a decade ago, Wan Gang, a former Audi engineer in Germany, convinced the Chinese government to roll out a national strategy to develop new energy vehicles and spend billions of dollars.

Growth in Microsoft’s cloud computing segment could fuel a big run for the software giant in 2020, according to Bank of America.

Migraine sufferers have a new tool in their arsenal to fight the debilitating headaches with federal approval of Allergan’s first oral medication proven to ease migraine symptoms within two hours — even after they’ve started.

Amazon Echoes and Fitbits were popular stocking stuffers this year, if Apple’s App Store is any indication.

President Donald Trump’s stock market stacks up well against the majority of his presidential predecessors.

The move toward a $15 minimum wage is gaining steam, with 21 states raising minimum wages in 2019 and more increases on the way in 2020.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report – Playbook 2020.

What investors need to pay attention to in the year ahead.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report – Playbook 2020.

What investors need to pay attention to in the year ahead.

Joining us on the show is Dana Telsey, CEO and Chief Research Officer at Telsey Advisory Group, to talk more about which retailers are the big winners this holiday shopping season.

If there is a Santa Claus rally, how does this impact investors and their stocks? Joining us on the show to talk about this is David Sowerby, Portfolio Manager at Ancora Advisers.

On Christmas Eve, stocks were quiet heading into the holiday but as Bob Pisani tells us it’s quite the difference from last year’s Christmas Eve.

As more Americans shop for their mortgages online, Diana Olick reports on how one company is trying to remove the potential bias when it comes to getting a mortgage.

With the consumer driving today’s economy, the way folks are spending money now is different than couple of decades ago. Ylan Mui explains for us.

On tonight’s “Market Monitor”, we speak with Richard Steinberg, Chief Market Strategist at The Colony Group, who recommends three growth stocks heading into 2020.