New York City's MTA will borrow $257 million to help cover deficit gap. The Bureau of Economic Analysis report is due out tomorrow. And JetBlue's stock takes a nosedive. Host: Alexandra Scaggs. Producer: Katie Ferguson.
Global trade volumes are improving, but unevenly. $640 billion in new investment grade corporate bonds have been issued by U.S. companies this year. And what the end to pandemic mortgage and student loan forbearance might mean for disposable income. Host: Matthew Klein. Producer: Katie Ferguson.
The Tesla recall, initiated because of suspension defects, includes Model S and Model X vehicles. Mattel's doll sales are up 22%. And what the big discrepancy between cash on hand could mean for the U.S. presidential candidates. Host: Jacob Passy. Producer: Katie Ferguson.
A record low supply of existing homes are available for sale. Millions of Americans are facing long-term unemployment with a key aid program set to expire at the end of the year. Host: Jacob Passy. Producer: Katie Ferguson.
The annual holiday spending study from Deloitte forecast the impact that the pandemic will have this year. A new proposed study in the U.K. would deliberately infect 90 adults with coronavirus. And why 435,000 people tuned in to Twitch on Tuesday. Host: Jacob Passy. Producer: Katie Ferguson.
U.S. prosecutors file an antitrust lawsuit against Google. United Airlines is looking to borrow $3 billion in the bond markets. And AMC Entertainment continues to struggle amid the pandemic. Host: Alexandra Scaggs. Producer: Katie Ferguson.
The Numbers By Barron's team is off -- so we bring you three numbers that say a lot about one influential investor. Host and Writer: Matthew Klein. Producer: Katie Ferguson.
A preview of 80 S&P 500 companies that report earnings this week. Barron's annual Big Money poll highlights money managers' uncertainty. Plus, why 2020's Amazon's Prime Day may not have been as big as previous ones. Host: Nicholas Jasinski. Producer: Katie Ferguson.
The go-to split between stocks and bonds is changing. K-pop label Big Hit Entertainment goes public. And Sonos rebounds after worries about new competition from Apple. Host: Nicholas Jasinski. Producer: Katie Ferguson.
The Russell 2000 is suddenly outperforming the S&P 500. Goldman Sachs records a $3.6 billion profit for the third quarter. And why you should expect more mergers of oil companies. Host: Nicholas Jasinski. Producer: Katie Ferguson.