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Stocks rise Thursday following a report that U.S. trade officials are considering rolling back import tariffs against China. Netflix's stock falls despite reporting better than expected earnings and subscriber additions. Charlie Turner reports.
No talks are planned between Democrats and the White House to end the government shutdown. Federal prosecutors are seeking a criminal investigation of China's Huawei Technologies Co. for allegedly stealing trade secrets. J.R. Whalen reports.
Stocks rise on better than expected bank earnings. Investors shrug off Theresa May's Brexit deal defeat in Parliament; the PM survives a no-confidence vote. The Fed's Beige Book finds concern is growing among businesses. Charlie Turner reports.
ISIS claims responsibility for a blast in Syria that killed three U.S. troops. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi asks President Trump to delay his State of the Union Address until the government is reopened. About 400 Sears stores will remain open under terms of a bankruptcy auction. J.R. Whalen reports.
Brexit plans remain unclear after a key vote Tuesday. Shippers and freight handlers are concerned the partial government shutdown will lead to supply chain delays. And more big banks report earnings. Annmarie Fertoli reports.
Stocks fall on weak Chinese economic data. PG&E shares plummet more than 50% after the company announces plans to file for bankruptcy protection. Shares of Citigroup rise about 4% after a positive Q4 earnings report. J.R. Whalen reports.
Attorney General-nominee William Barr says it is 'vitally important' that special counsel Robert Mueller be allowed to complete his Russia investigation. More airports close security checkpoints at terminals because of TSA workers affected by the government shutdown. J.R. Whalen
Big banks report earnings. The Fed releases its Beige Book. The Supreme Court hears another week of arguments, with Justice Ginsberg working from home. And advertising may be coming to cooler doors at Walgreens. Annmarie Fertoli reports.
The government shutdown could become the longest in U.S. history this weekend. Democratic Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand is close to launching a 2020 presidential bid. A 13-year-old Wisconsin teenager has been found alive after missing since October. J.R. Whalen reports.
The Dow and S&P both rise for the fifth straight day. Former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen will testify in front of Congress next month. Ford plans a big restructuring in Europe. Economists expect the Fed to hold rates steady at least until June. Charlie Turner reports.
Some Republican lawmakers feeling pressure from voters to end the government shutdown. Ford planning thousands of layoffs as well as plant closures in Europe. U.S. birthrate in 2017 was the lowest in 30 years. J.R. Whalen reports.
Stocks rise again on signs of progress in trade talks between the U.S. and China. Fed minutes indicated policymakers might slow the pace of rate hikes this year. No progress Wednesday between Trump and Democrats on ending government shutdown. Charlie Turner reports.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein expected to depart his post in the next several weeks. The government shutdown may prevent any major companies from tapping the U.S. IPO market this month. Vietnam orders Facebook to take down anti-government content. J.R. Whalen reports.
The standoff continues over funding for a southern border wall. The Federal Reserve releases the minutes from its December meeting. And U.S. carbon emissions rose in 2018, after three years of declines. Annmarie Fertoli reports.
Federal workers likely to miss their first paycheck as the government shutdown enters its third week. Actor Kevin Spacey arraigned on sexual assault charges. A new low-cost stock exchange will challenge the NYSE and Nasdaq over high fees. J.R. Whalen reports.
Want to avoid the flu this season? We have some numbers to keep in mind. The Federal Reserve releases the minutes from its December meeting. Facebook faces familiar challenges in 2019. And GameStop struggles to keep up with consumers. Annmarie Fertoli reports.
The Dow gained nearly 750 points Friday, after Fed chair Powell signaled patience and greater flexibility on rate hikes this year. There was also a better than expected jobs report. But no progress in Washington on talks to end the shutdown. Charlie Turner reports.
Stocks rise sharply on a strong December employment report. Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell says he would not resign if President Trump asked him to. The week between Christmas and New Year's saw a significant uptick in reported flu virus cases in the U.S. J.R. Whalen reports.
The Dow and S&P fall more than two percent, the Nasdaq tumbles three percent. Apple triggers the selloff after issuing a sales warning. Democrat Nancy Pelosi elected House Speaker as Congress reconvenes. Charlie Turner reports.
Government shutdown enters its 13th day with Democrats proposing several spending packages. Pharmaceutical companies raise the cost of drugs by an average of 6.3% to start the year. Tesla reducing the prices of many of its vehicles by $2,000. J.R. Whalen reports.
Wall Street looks to fresh job market data to kick of the new year with gains. Amazon plans to build and expand Whole Foods stores across the U.S. to bring its Prime Now delivery service closer to more consumers. J.R. Whalen reports.
Stocks rose Monday, but had their steepest annual decline in a decade. Oil prices ended the year down 25 percent. The government shutdown has led to closures or sharply reduced services at national parks, hurting small businesses. Charlie Turner reports.
House Democrats say they'll propose a package of spending bills as the government shutdown enters in second week. Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren launches a federal exploratory committee for president. A federal judge says the Affordable Care Act can stay in effect during appeals. J.R. Whalen reports.
It's New Year's Eve and markets are poised for their first annual losses in a decade. The jobs report and an appearance by Fed chair Powell highlight the new week. Early data finds toy sales couldn't make up for the loss of Toys 'R' Us. Charlie Turner reports.
Stocks end mostly lower in another volatile session, capping a turbulent week. Market volatility is seen extending into 2019. Wells Fargo will pay 575 million dollars in yet another settlement over its sales and business practices. Charlie Turner reports.
President Trump threatens to shut the U.S.'s southern border as the government shutdown enters day seven. A substation fire in Queens lights up the New York City sky in blue. New York Yankees approach Amazon about joining a bid for the team's regional television network. J.R. Whalen reports.
Stocks end higher, as the Dow rallies from a more-than 600 point decline. No deal between lawmakers and the White House on ending the partial government shutdown. Consumer confidence drops to its lowest level since the summer. Charlie Turner reports.
Government shutdown enters its sixth day with no prospects for a solution in sight. McDonald's making efforts to encourage its customers to enjoy its breakfast menu during traditional breakfast hours. There's a hidden system behind how your doctor makes referrals. J.R. Whalen reports.
The Dow Jones Industrials posted their first-ever gain of at least one thousand points. The Wall Street Journal's Jessica Menton says Wednesday was a relief rally that saw investors pile back into oversold stocks. Charlie Turner reports.
Mastercard says holiday spending was up five percent, the strongest increase in six years. The government shutdown is in its fifth day. And Hollywood is on pace for a record year at the box office. Charlie Turner reports.
It's a holiday-shortened trading week: markets close early on Monday, and remain closed through Christmas. Trading resumes on Wednesday. December has been volatile month for U.S. stocks, as they enter the final trading week of the year. Annmarie Fertoli reports.
Another massive dive for stocks Friday. The Dow and Nasdaq have their worst weeks since 2008, with the Nasdaq falling 8.4 percent. Will markets get any relief during the holiday shortened week? A Supreme Court setback for Trump on asylum claims. Charlie Turner reports.
Defense Secretary James Mattis announces his retirement. Personal income and outlays and consumer sentiment data close out the economic calendar this week. Nike reports strong sales. And Conagra loses steam in the frozen foods aisle. Annmarie Fertoli reports.
Another brutal day for stocks. Investors are nervous about more rate hikes and a possible shutdown of parts of the government. Trump reportedly considering a big drawdown of U.S. troops in Afghanistan. Charlie Turner reports.
Efforts to avert a government shutdown sidetracked by renewed debate over a border wall. Criminal charges expected to be brought by the U.S. against Chinese hackers. Drones ground or divert more than 100 flights at the start of the Christmas travel rush. J.R. Whalen reports.
U.S. to pull its military forces out of Syria. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to introduce a measure to avert a government shutdown until February. Pfizer and GlaxoSmithKline to merge their consumer health-care units and spin off the new company. J.R. Whalen reports.
The Trump Foundation to dissolve. The Justice Department to classify bump stocks as illegal machine guns. The CDC investigated public advice for 24 multistate outbreaks in 2018 thanks to pathogen DNA mapping. J.R. Whalen reports. amid allegations of
Stocks get crushed again, ahead of this week's Fed meeting. Investors run into a wall of worry over issues like trade and global growth. Consumer staples and small caps are a big part of Monday's rout. Charlie Turner reports.
President Trump criticizes the Fed, ahead of its final meeting of the year. Two of Michael Flynn's business parters are indicted. And Malaysian authorities file criminal charges against Goldman Sachs. Annmarie Fertoli reports.
FedEx, Conagra, Nike, and Walgreens Boots Alliance report earnings this week. The Fed holds its final meeting of the year. And a new report finds more states are seeing strong revenue this fiscal year. Annmarie Fertoli reports.
The Dow entered correction territory on Friday, putting all three major indexes in correction. Oil prices fall on global growth concerns and a stronger U.S. dollar. And shares of some companies rally on plans for increased stock buybacks. Annmarie Fertoli reports.
Michael Cohen, President Trump's former personal attorney, says Trump directed him to make two hush money payments to protect his 2016 campaign. Chinese hackers have breached Navy contractors in an attempt to steal military technology. J.R. Whalen reports.
Pension funds to companies: disclose more information on their work forces, including employee pay. Jared Kushner reportedly talked to President Trump about chief of staff job. Retail sales are in the spotlight. Charlie Turner reports.
A mixed close for U.S. stocks. Senate passes resolution to pull support for Saudi-led coalition at war in Yemen. Renault says Carlos Ghosn will remain chairman and CEO. Starbucks to expand U.S. delivery with UberEats. Charlie Turner reports.
Apple plans to build a new $1 billion corporate campus in Austin, Texas. It could take as long as a decade before Amazon employees arrive at new headquarters sites in Virginia and New York. President Trump says he never directed his former attorney Michael Cohen to violate the law. J.R. Whalen reports.
Michael Cohen sentenced to three years in prison. A majority of corporate leaders surveyed fear a U.S. recession is likely by the end of 2019. British Prime Minister Theresa May faces a vote of confidence in her leadership in handling the country's Brexit process. J.R. Whalen reports.
The U.S. and the European Union square off at the World Trade Organization. Tencent Music Entertainment Group goes public in one of the biggest U.S.-listed IPOs in years. Wednesday's economic calendar. Tanya Bustos reports.
Stocks end mixed in another roller coaster session. Trump, Pelosi and Schumer clash in front of the media on funding for border security. China agrees to cut tariffs on U.S. auto imports. McDonald's will reduce antibiotics in its beef supply. Charlie Turner reports.
U.S. and China resume trade talks. President Trump says the U.S. military would construct a wall at the U.S.-Mexico border if Democrats refuse to help fund it. Many NFL prospects refuse to play in upcoming college football bowl games out of fear of injury. J.R. Whalen reports.
A selloff Monday morning puts the Dow Jones Industrial Average in sight of bear territory. British Prime Minister Theresa May delays a parliamentary vote on the Brexit bill. Nick Ayers, currently Vice President Mike Pence's chief of staff, takes himself out of the running to be White House Chief of Staff. J.R. Whalen reports.
White House Chief of Staff John Kelly's departure unlikely to usher in more stability. Federal prosecutors expect to unseal criminal charges against hackers linked to the Chinese government. The coming week's economic calendar. J.R. Whalen reports.
Concerns about trade and global growth hammer stocks. The Dow, Nasdaq and S&P each lose more than four and a half percent for the week. Huawei's CFO arrested for allegedly lying about company's ties with another firm doing business with Iran. Charlie Turner reports.
President Trump to nominate William Barr, who served in the George H.W. Bush administration, as Attorney General. Boeing cancels a controversial satellite order that was financed by a Chinese government-owned company. Comedian Kevin Hart steps down as Academy Awards host following outcries over antigay tweets. J.R. Whalen reports.
Stocks fall sharply in early Thursday trading in response to a plunge in oil prices. Lyft moves a step closer to its highly anticipated IPO. The Dick Cheney biopic 'Vice' receives six Golden Globe nominations, the most of any movie. J.R. Whalen reports.
Former President George H.W. Bush is being laid to rest in Texas. Amazon hires two public-affairs firms. France is the most heavily taxed of the world's richest countries. And plenty of economic data is out ahead of the Friday jobs report. Annmarie Fertoli reports.
U.S. financial markets were closed Wednesday to honor late President George H.W. Bush. DOJ's appeal to block the AT&T/Time Warner merger will be heard on Thursday. USA Gymnastics files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Charlie Turner reports.
Wednesday is a national day of mourning to honor former President George H.W. Bush. China breaks its silence on the latest trade skirmish with the U.S. Russian president Vladimir Putin threatens to engage in a new arms race with the U.S. J.R. Whalen reports.
The funeral for former President George H.W. Bush is being held on Wednesday. U.S. markets are closed, but Tuesday brought a selloff, sending the Dow down 799 points. And could changes at the U.S. Postal Service lead to higher delivery prices? Annmarie Fertoli reports.
Broad selloff on Wall Street Tuesday on U.S.-China trade pessimism. Shares of big banks particularly hit hard. The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note falls further below 3% as investors fear slowed U.S. growth. J.R. Whalen reports.
French president Emmanuel Macron delays a planned tax increase on fuel after widespread protests and riots in Paris. U.S. national security adviser John Bolton calls for legislation barring imports generated from theft of American intellectual property. Ohio State football coach Urban Meyer to step down after January's Rose Bowl game. J.R. Whalen reports.
Markets close sharply higher on U.S.-China trade news. Oil prices increase on news of cooling trade tensions and expected production cuts. CVS shares fall after a federal judge voiced concern over the drug store chain's acquisition of Aetna. J.R. Whalen reports.
Stocks jump on news of cooling trade tensions between the U.S. and China. Qatar to leave OPEC to focus on its own oil production. The head of the U.K.'s secret intelligence service warns Russia over confrontations with Britain and its allies. J.R. Whalen reports.
Former President George H.W. Bush will lay in state at the U.S. Capitol through Wednesday, which has been declared a national day of mourning. This week's economic data includes November's jobs report as well as motor vehicle sales and a gauge of consumer sentiment. J.R. Whalen reports.
U.S. stocks rose Friday, capping a strong week. Both the Dow and S&P 500 rose more than one percent in November. Could an oil production cut be around the corner? Marriott's stock tumbles on a massive data breach. Charlie Turner reports.