President Donald Trump says that any wall has to be transparent — “you need to be able to see through it.”

Tonight on Nightly Business Report.. Why the stakes are especially high this earning season.
Plus, a new warning from Washington as to when Medicare and Social Security will run out of money.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report.. Stocks close at new highs but they weren’t helped by the financial sector.
Plus, how the economies of some mid-size cities are being transformed by the rise of online shopping.

Courtney Reagan reports on the German grocer Lidl that just opened its first 10 grocery stores in Virginia.

Kayla Tausche reports on the reaction of senators from Capitol Hill on the revised health care bill.

Eric Chemi reports on how artificial intelligence assistants can make sales teams more effective.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report.. Why the stakes are especially high this earning season.
Plus, a new warning from Washington as to when Medicare and Social Security will run out of money.

The number of insurers applying to sell health plans next year on HealthCare.gov, the federal Obamacare marketplace, is down 38 percent.

One in 10 workers hits the maximum contribution levels for retirement savings. Here’s what they don’t buy instead.

Target guidance raises quarterly earnings forecast, citing better traffic in stores.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the Fed chair tells investors to get ready for at least one more rake hike and the Dow rallies to a record.

Plus, is your state ranked the worst for business?

Robert Frank tells us what one luxury watchmaker is doing to stem slowing sales and generate more attention.

Steve Liesman highlights Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen’s semi-annual Monetary Policy Report and how the market reacted to her comments.

Scott Cohn explains why West Virginia tops the list as the worst state in America for business in 2017.

Julia Boorstin reports on the highlights from the Sun Valley conference.