The Hong Kong government introduced an economic stimulus package to help jolt their slowing economy amid the continuing protests. Brian Sullivan has more for us from Hong Kong.

Walmart posted a solid quarter making it a bright spot in this uncertain market. Courtney Reagan breaks down the retailer’s earnings report.

On Thursday, the Dow rebounds on a volatile trading day. Bob Pisani explains more from the New York Stock Exchange.

With interest rates continuing to fall, that means we’re seeing lower rates on auto loans which is now making dealers looking to clear out its 2018 models. Phil LeBeau reports.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the man who blew the whistle on Bernie Madoff is now targeting GE. And GE’s CEO hit back hard.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the man who blew the whistle on Bernie Madoff is now targeting GE. And GE’s CEO hit back hard.  

President Donald Trump and economic advisor Peter Navarro are alone in the White House when it comes to blaming Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell for the economic slowdown, administration officials told CNBC.

General Electric shares fall after Madoff whistleblower Harry Markopolos targets the conglomerate in a new report, calling it “a bigger fraud than Enron.”

China hopes to “meet the U.S. halfway” on trade issues, the foreign ministry spokesperson said on Thursday. The statement came after China said it will have to take the necessary counter-measures to President Donald Trump’s latest tariffs threat.

If you are worried about a possible recession on the horizon, there are some financial moves you can make to help protect yourself.

Saudi Arabia’s crude shipments to China have doubled in the span of a year. During the same period, its oil exports to the U.S. have dropped by nearly two-thirds.

The Food and Drug Administration on Thursday unveiled new graphic health warnings for cigarette packs, the latest development in a decade-long battle between regulators and the tobacco industry.

If you faced a surprise penalty for coming up short on your 2018 taxes, the IRS might be giving you some relief.

Among U.S. adults, 16% say they use credit cards for totals under $10, according to a new survey data.

Walmart’s latest quarterly earnings report just revealed how the biggest retailer in the world is being even more aggressive to take on Amazon.