Detailed
Compact
Art
Reverse
October 16, 2019
What investors will be watching as Netflix reports earnings today. WeWork is facing a difficult choice to keep afloat. And Johnson & Johnson stock climbed on its earnings beat. Host: Alexandra Scaggs. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
October 14, 2019
Big IPO busts might be in your index fund. The Fed tries to ease worries about a lack of liquidity. And what to expect of this week's bank earnings. Host: Ben Walsh.
October 11, 2019
Victoria's Secret lays off employees right before one of the busiest seasons. Fidelity Investments joins the race to zero fees. And Bed Bath & Beyond's beaten-down stock rises on the announcement of a new CEO. Host: Ben Walsh. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
October 10, 2019
AT&T is shrinking its debt load. PG&E cuts power in California to avoid wildfires. And inflation is expected to remain low-giving the Federal Reserve more room to push interest rates lower. Host: Jeffrey Cane. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
October 9, 2019
Robinhood gives banking another go. The Fed says it's going to buy bonds again. And the U.S. takes aim at Chinese tech firms. Host: Ben Walsh. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
October 8, 2019
General Electric froze its pension plan-and investors mostly shrugged. Confusing discrepancies in WeWork's IPO prospectus emerge. And how the box office success of the "Joker" could benefit AT&T in its battle against an activist investor. Host: Ben Walsh. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
October 7, 2019
New regulations are set to reduce the emissions associated with freight shipping. General Electric analysts are split on the stock. And Apple is doubling down on its least-expensive iPhone 11 model. Host: Nicholas Jasinski. Producer: Jennifer Weiss
October 4, 2019
U.S. service activity declines to the lowest levels since 2016. Uber and Lyft have tumbled more than 35% since going public-but they're still not cheap enough, an analyst says. And why companies aren't reducing their debt. Host: Nicholas Jasinski. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
October 3, 2019
A WTO ruling could be a first step in a new trade war with Europe. Delta Air Lines stock drops as the company announces increased costs. And why it's too early to call a recession on the horizon. Host: Nicholas Jasinski. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
October 2, 2019
Gloomy manufacturing activity sends U.S. stock indexes falling. A race to the bottom for e-brokers spooks investors. And some good news: Why the fourth quarter tends to be the best of the year historically. Host: Nicholas Jasinski. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
October 1, 2019
One ETF has felt the sharp reversal of the IPO market more than most. Why car makers stocks are cheap. And how enormous changes in the airline industry have positioned the stocks better. Host: Nicholas Jasinski. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
September 30, 2019
The outlook for oil prices in the coming quarter looks surprisingly unchanged. Investors are hoping that Charles Scharf will be able to lead an overhaul at Wells Fargo. And China is opening up more of its market to global banks. Host: Jeffrey Cane. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
September 27, 2019
Peloton plummets on its first day of public trading. General Motors may be getting closer to reaching a deal with its striking workers. And Endeavour cancels IPO. Host: Alexandra Scaggs. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
September 26, 2019
Philip Morris International rallies on news that it won't merge with Altria. Why Marathon Petroleum stock jumped 8% on Wednesday. And how likely does Morgan Stanley think a recession in 2020 is? Host: Alexandra Scaggs. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
September 25, 2019
WeWork co-founder Adam Neumann steps down. How Bernie Sanders' wealth tax would work. And if you want high yields, you may want to look to the utility sector. Host: Alexandra Scaggs. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
September 24, 2019
European manufacturing activity hits a 7-year low. Why Netflix' stock has been feeling pain. And Overstock.com tumbles even further on news of its disappointing earnings guidance. Host: Alexandra Scaggs. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
September 23, 2019
A rogue trader for a daughter company of Mitsubishi of Japan lost $320 million -and now he's nowhere to be found. Netflix CEO admits that Disney+ will be "tough competition." And which CEO said that Uber "has an app my cat could have written?" Host: Ben Walsh. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
September 20, 2019
Airbnb says it will go public in 2020. Software company Datadog has quite the trading debut. And the number of lung disease cases related to vaping is rising. Host: Ben Walsh. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
September 19, 2019
Investors shrugged at the Fed's interest-rate cut. FedEx says the global slowdown is hurting its business. And despite the recent Saudi oil attacks, there is no oil shortage on the horizon. Host: Ben Walsh. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
September 18, 2019
Oil prices fall after Saudi Arabia says it will restore oil production within weeks. Juul vaping devices mysteriously disappear from online retailers in China. And Shopify stock drops after it sells more shares. Host: Ben Walsh. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
September 17, 2019
General Motors workers organize the biggest U.S. labor action in more than a decade. Oil prices are taking off in the aftermath of the Saudi oil attack. And the market expects the Fed to cut rates this week-but where are rates headed longer term? Host: Ben Walsh. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
September 16, 2019
WeWork loosens its founder's tight control of the company ahead of IPO. Square might be working on offering a stock trade service. And regulators seek documents from four tech giants. Host: Ben Walsh. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
September 13, 2019
Negative interest rates are here to stay in the Eurozone. Why Treasury Secretary Mnuchin is considering a 50-year Treasury bond. And SmileDirect tumbles 28% on its first day of trading. Host: Jeffrey Cane. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
September 12, 2019
Peloton could be valued at $8 billion in its public debut. The Hong Kong Exchange wants to buy the London exchange. And a gesture of goodwill from Beijing made investors hopeful for a trade deal. Host: Jeffrey Cane. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
September 11, 2019
Why Apple's streaming service may not be as attractive as Netflix-yet. Boeing delivered only 18 airplanes in August. And investors sent Wendy's stock lower as the company announced breakfast plans. Host: Jeffrey Cane. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
September 10, 2019
AT&T stock jumps on news that activist fund Elliott Management is getting involved. How the appointment of a new Saudi Arabian energy minister might affect oil prices. And how Apple stock would benefit from 5g technology. Host: Jeffrey Cane. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
September 9, 2019
Consumer debt might reach a new record-but that's probably not as scary as it sounds. What to expect for GameStop earnings. And how the inflation rate for August relates to potential Federal Reserve interest rate cuts. Host: Alexandra Scaggs. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
September 6, 2019
News of renewed trade talks pushed stocks higher. Sustainability ranking places the U.S. 22nd. And why new stocks are underperforming the market. Host: Alexandra Scaggs. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
September 5, 2019
Tech stocks jumped on the news that Hong Kong is to withdraw an extradition bill. A record number of companies are taking advantage of low bond yields. And why investors don't seem worried about Google's $170 million fine. Host: Alexandra Scaggs. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
September 4, 2019
New manufacturing data shows a surprising and significant slowdown. The U.S. government might introduce ultra-long Treasuries. And why investors might see improved stock performance in the fourth quarter. Host: Jeffrey Cane. Writer: Alexandra Scaggs.
September 3, 2019
Why the September-outlook for stocks looks weak. The winners and losers of retail in 2019. And what Beyond Meat, Turning Point Therapeutics, and Crowdstrike Holdings have in common. Host: Nick Jasinski. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
August 30, 2019
Netflix goes to war against movie chains over their exclusive screening periods. Dollar General's stock is up 46% in 2019. And why airplane tickets could be getting cheaper. Host: Nick Jasinski. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
August 29, 2019
The consequences of Boris Johnson suspending the British Parliament. Why start-up Le Tote wants to buy Lord & Taylor. And how Vietnam stands to gain from the U.S.-China trade war. Host: Nick Jasinski. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
August 28, 2019
Why Johnson and Johnson's stock is rising in spite of the drugmaker's opioid case defeat. Two major tobacco players are in merger talks. And the performance gap between bonds and equities grows bigger. Host: Nick Jasinski. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
August 27, 2019
How the NFL is key to the future of TV. Why fast-food stocks are on the rise. And why one analyst says it's time to buy Lyft stock. Host: Nick Jasinski. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
August 26, 2019
Hotel chains face litigation over hidden fees. Hasbro wants to buy Entertainment One but will others make a higher bid? And why more expensive ranches are up for sale. Host: Ben Walsh. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
August 23, 2019
Large telecom companies pledge to fight robocalls. Global growth predicted to slow down further in the fourth quarter. And Overstock.com stock rises as a strange CEO-saga ends. Host: Jeffrey Cane. Writer: Ben Walsh. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
August 22, 2019
More American homeowners file for mortgage refinancing. What Target's strong earnings say about the U.S. consumer. And President Trump backtracks on tax policy. Host: Ben Walsh. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
August 21, 2019
President Trump is considering a new measure to boost the economy. Apple plans to spend $6 billion on original streaming tv content. And WeWork is valued 10 times greater than a competitor with just as many desks for rent. Host: Ben Walsh. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
August 20, 2019
A group of top business leaders coin a new purpose for corporations. PG&E stock sinks after a judge allows for a trial on whether it caused wildfires. And what does lower RV-sales tell us about the health of the economy? Host: Ben Walsh. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
August 19, 2019
The second-hand goods industry is growing fast. The electric vehicle industry could increase copper demand significantly. And why treasuries have rallied in the U.S, Europe, and Japan. Host: Mary Childs. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
August 16, 2019
Alibaba crushes earnings expectations. General Electric stock is down on explosive fraud accusations. And a bright spot for economic news: Consumer spending is running strong. Host: Mary Childs. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
August 15, 2019
Two-year Treasury yield tops the 10-year rate for the first time since 2007. The housing market hits pause amid economic uncertainties. And WeWork files for an IPO. Host: Mary Childs. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
August 14, 2019
Stocks jumped on news that Trump delays tariffs on certain Chinese-made products. U.S. mortgage debt hits a record. And why Dan Loeb reduced his stake in United Technologies. Host: Jeffrey Cane. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
August 13, 2019
What the Hong Kong turmoil means to global markets. What to expect when Tilray reports earnings today. And the implications of the Argentinian pro-business president's sound defeat in the primaries. Host: Mary Childs. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
August 12, 2019
Car sales in China are expected to tumble. Drugmakers and distributors' stocks are feeling the pain over opioid litigation. And U.S. inflation is expected to remain low-what does that mean for interest rates? Host: Alexandra Scaggs. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
August 9, 2019
Kraft-Heinz' earnings trouble just won't go away. The beverage disrupter Monster risks being disrupted itself. And Roku rallies on strong earnings but what if more tariffs hit? Host: Alexandra Scaggs. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
August 8, 2019
Gold climbs to the highest point since 2013. Uber Technologies (UBER) reports earnings tonight. And how the latest treasury rally signals that Wall Street is getting more worried about growth slowing. Host: Alexandra Scaggs. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
August 7, 2019
What to expect from Lyft's earnings report today. Stocks are brought relief by China stabilizing the yuan. And video game maker Take-Two Interactive stock rallied on strong earnings. Host: Alexandra Scaggs. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
August 6, 2019
How new trade war tariffs might start to pinch consumers. China fights back in trade war by weakening its currency. And why Bitcoin rallied while stocks tumbled. Host: Ben Walsh. Writer: Alexandra Scaggs. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
August 5, 2019
Marijuana producer Aphria turns around its sales. China's options for hitting back at President Trump are limited. And why both oil and natural gas prices have been sinking. Host: Ben Walsh. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
August 2, 2019
New tariffs on Chinese goods sent stocks tumbling. Why good news for the job market could mean bad news for stocks. And why the London Stock Exchange is buying a financial data company. Host: Ben Walsh. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
August 1, 2019
Stocks slide after the Fed cuts interest rates. Two ways that Square stock can continue to grow. And will Nordstrom be taken private? Host: Ben Walsh. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
July 31, 2019
Capital One faces new costs after a huge data breach. The Federal Reserve decides on interest rates today. And why did FedEx sell bonds worth billions of dollars last week? Host: Mary Childs. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
July 30, 2019
The pound drops as Boris Johnson makes a no-deal Brexit more likely. Pfizer Stock declines on news on its merger with Epipen-maker Mylan. And investors still seem to believe in Apple. Host: Ben Walsh. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
July 29, 2019
156 S&P 500 companies report earnings this week. The market expects the Fed to cut interest rates. And the cult-stock Beyond Meat reports second quarter results tonight. Host: Nick Jasinski. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
July 26, 2019
What to expect from today's GDP report. Budweiser brewer Anheuser-Busch InBev grows sales. And Tesla earnings disappoint. Host: Nick Jasinski. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
July 25, 2019
Facebook agrees to a $5 billion penalty over privacy practices. T-Mobile U.S. and Sprint may be one step closer to a merger. And Boeing reports a huge loss. Host: Nick Jasinski. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
July 24, 2019
Tesla reports second-quarter earnings today. How the pound is reacting to a new British Prime Minister. And why Coca-Cola stock jumped to a record high. Host: Nick Jasinski. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
July 23, 2019
Disney's "Avengers: Endgame" is the highest-grossing movie ever. Why the Postal Service's pension problem matter. And Etsy makes its first move in its merger-and-acquisition strategy. Host: Nick Jasinski. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
July 22, 2019
What to expect from Chipotle earnings. BlackRock is benefiting from investor interest in ETFs. And high-grade bonds are back in vogue. Host: Mary Childs. Producer: Mette Lützhøft.
July 19, 2019
What to know about Uber's new rewards program. Investors stopped pulling their money from hedge funds. And is consumer sentiment improving? Host: Alexandra Scaggs. Writer: Mary Childs.
July 18, 2019
Why software companies are trading at record valuations. What to expect from Microsoft earnings. And the common practice of flaring natural gas is contested. Host: Mary Childs. Producer: Mette Lützhøft
July 17, 2019
A new survey shows investors' bearish outlook. Blue Apron (APRN) jump on Beyond Meat (BYND) partnership news. And what to expect from eBay (EBAY) earnings. Host: Mary Childs. Producer: Mette Lützhøft
July 16, 2019
Citigroup beats earnings expectations. More users share passwords on Netflix than on other streaming sites. And Symantec's merger talks with Broadcom reportedly collapse. Host: Mary Childs. Producer: Mette Lützhøft
July 15, 2019
President Trump tweets that he's not a fan of Bitcoin. Amazon's Prime Day could generate more than $5 billion in revenue. And how much did the private-equity firm Carlyle Group raise for its new credit and infrastructure funds? Host: Mary Childs.
July 12, 2019
JPMorgan says users of its new robo advisor can save relative to its competition. U.S. Treasury long bonds are yielding the most since the end of May. And can Microsoft Teams rival Slack? Host: Mary Childs. Producer: Emma Cillekens
July 11, 2019
The S&P 500 index has crossed the 3,000 threshold for the first time. 12% June subscriber growth expectations for Netflix. And how much did inventories of crude oil drop last week? Host: Mary Childs. Producer: Emma Cillekens.
July 10, 2019
The Mexican Peso fell 1.2% against the U.S. dollar. 14 European junk bonds are trading with negative yields. And how much did shares in California's largest utility rise on Tuesday? Host: Alexandra Scaggs. Producer: Emma Cillekens.
July 9, 2019
Deutsche Bank to cut 18,000 jobs worldwide. Financial markets assign 100% probability the Fed will cut rates this month. And how far did Turkey's currency fall against the U.S. dollar on Monday? Host: Mary Childs. Producer: Emma Cillekens.
July 8, 2019
Just four S&P 500 companies will report earnings this week. Did you know stocks with single-letter tickers have climbed 3.7% annually for the past five years. And which stock tickers does Barron's consider to be the "coolest"? Host: Nick Jasinski.
July 5, 2019
Airline capacity is down and it is affecting the industry. The semiconductor giant Broadcom is looking to acquire another company. And how many jobs did the U.S. economy add in the first five months of the year?
July 3, 2019
The price of oil fell after an underwhelming OPEC outcome. The parent company of Covergirl makeup and beauty products was this year's best performing stock of 2019 so far. And, which stock performed the worst of 2019?
    15
    15
      0:00:00 / 0:00:00