Nightly Business Report - Season 2010

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Episode Guide

  • Friday, Dec. 31, 2010
    Friday, Dec. 31, 2010
    Episode 12.31.10
    2010 ends and we have your Market Outlook for 2011. Auto dealers hope to ride the sales wave into the new year. Greg Farrell Author of Crash of the Titans discusses the Bank of America buyout of Merrill Lynch. And our last Market Monitor of the year is Sam Stovall, Chief Investment Strategist, Standard & Poors.moreless
  • Commodities and Crude Oil
    Commodities and Crude Oil
    Episode 12.31.10
    During 2010, commodities rallied. Heating oil is 20% more than one year ago, and may increase 12% this year.
  • 2011 Gold Forecast
    2011 Gold Forecast
    Episode 12.31.10
    The economy, inflation expectations, jobs and interest rates combine to make an interesting story in forecasting future gold prices.
  • Thursday, Dec. 30, 2010
    Thursday, Dec. 30, 2010
    Episode 12.30.10
    Commodities and crude. We look at which direction they are all headed in the new year. Deputy Chief Economist from Mesirow Financial Adolfo Laurenti and Head Metals Strategist from IBS Metals Frank McGhee weigh in on gold's gains. Digging up eco-friendly packing material made of mushrooms in Planet Forward.And a look at the creative ways the arts find financial aid in this strapped economy.moreless
  • Wednesday, Dec. 29, 2010
    Wednesday, Dec. 29, 2010
    Episode 12.29.10
    Low inflation and high unemployment already forecast for 2011. The big freeze burns the airlines, retailers, and produce farmers. Hilary Kramer, Editor, shares her 2011 market outlook. And we learn how not-for-profits are making ends meet during tough times.
  • Tuesday, Dec. 28, 2010
    Tuesday, Dec. 28, 2010
    Episode 12.28.10
    Oil prices head towards $100 a barrel, some say $5 a gallon may be on the way. Storms in the northeast leave snow removal technology in high demand. Housing prices drop in October, and we talk technology stocks in 2011. Allan Sloan says he's not so taken with Obama's cut in payroll taxes.moreless
  • Monday, Dec. 27, 2010
    Monday, Dec. 27, 2010
    Episode 12.27.10
    Bad weather comes at the end of a busy holiday season. We talk to "Fault Lines" author Raghuram Rajan about his book on the world economy. Jobs Outlook-- will unemployment get better in 2011? This week in sports we talk $100 million plus contracts, and college bowl games. Some ideas on how to get a handle on the country's IOU's, he's economist Mark Zandi.moreless
  • Thursday, Dec. 23, 2010
    Thursday, Dec. 23, 2010
    Episode 12.23.10
    There's one full day of holiday shopping left, but some consumers haven't started. Glade, Raid, and Windex, get to know SC Johnson and Sons. Thomas J. Herzfeld and his son Erik M. Herzfeld of Thomas J. Herzfeld Advisors talk major market movements. Black Enterprise's Alfred Edmond Jr. has some thoughts on overcoming tough times.moreless
  • Wednesday, Dec. 22, 2010
    Wednesday, Dec. 22, 2010
    Episode 12.22.10
    It's crunch time for shoppers, find out how holiday retail is shaping up. Congress gets a spurt of last minute productivity. Hilary Kramer of talks about the increase in mergers and acquisitions. We investigate the risk of taking out loans and dipping into retirement savings.
  • Tuesday, Dec. 21, 2010
    Tuesday, Dec. 21, 2010
    Episode 12.21.10
    Mergers and acquisitions are picking up the pace. Medical students push to stop the influence of drug companies. Technology stocks are expected to make a comeback in 2011, find out where to invest. Do you have any thoughts on the rising U.S. debt? Gillian Tett does, she's U.S Managing Editor at the Financial Times.moreless
  • Monday, Dec. 20, 2010
    Monday, Dec. 20, 2010
    Episode 12.20.10
    Bad weather comes at the end of a busy holiday season. We talk to "Fault Lines" author Raghuram Rajan about his book on the world economy. Jobs Outlook-- will unemployment get better in 2011? This week in sports we talk $100 million plus contracts, and college bowl games. Some ideas on how to get a handle on the country's IOU's, he's economist Mark Zandi.moreless
  • Friday, Dec. 17, 2010
    Friday, Dec. 17, 2010
    Episode 12.17.10
    President Obama signs the tax bill, so workers will be getting a little extra in 2011. There's a battle between cyberspace and shopping malls, the founder of puts it in perspective. Our Market Monitor guest is bullish on stocks in 2011, he's Eaton Vance Management's Duncan Richardson.
  • Thursday, Dec. 16, 2010
    Thursday, Dec. 16, 2010
    Episode 12.16.10
    Economists anticipate the impact the tax cut bill could have. Retailers brace for a flood of orders for free shipping day. We look at Japan's publishing industry survival strategies.
  • Wednesday, Dec. 15, 2010
    Wednesday, Dec. 15, 2010
    Episode 12.15.10
    The Senate passes the tax cut bill as President Obama meets with CEO's. UPS CEO Scott Davis shares his business outlook if the bill survives. Stocks in Europe fall. We will tell you if it's time for Americans to exit the market. And Hilary Kramer Editor of, tells us how to profit from social media in the Street Critique.moreless
  • Tuesday, Dec. 14, 2010
    Tuesday, Dec. 14, 2010
    Episode 12.14.10
    The Fed will continue its bond buying binge. Mortgage rates hit a 6 month high. Autos and aerospace may be investing hot spots in 2011. What are the costs of having a ballooning budget?
  • Holiday Shopping
    Holiday Shopping
    Episode 12.14.10
    Shoppers tell us how the shape of the economy has affected what they buy.
  • Monday, Dec. 13, 2010
    Monday, Dec. 13, 2010
    Episode 12.13.10
    A federal judge strikes down a key part of health care reform. Investors wonder if the Fed will buy billions of dollars in bonds. The S&P 500 hits two year highs, but will the bull keep running? This week in sports we talk ticket resales and ESPN sets its sights on female sports fans. Our commentator has some thoughts on people that are upside down on their mortgages.moreless
  • Friday, Dec. 10, 2010
    Friday, Dec. 10, 2010
    Episode 12.10.10
    Consumers are getting the holiday shopping spirit. A look at what's hatching in business incubators. Market Monitor Howard Ward of Gamco Growth Fund remains optimistic about the economy. And we look at a creative way of making over shopping districts by using empty storefronts.
  • Thursday, Dec. 9, 2010
    Thursday, Dec. 9, 2010
    Episode 12.09.10
    Bonds vs. Stocks. Market strategists tell us where best to invest. We tune into internet-tv.
  • Wednesday, Dec. 8, 2010
    Wednesday, Dec. 8, 2010
    Episode 12.08.10
    Wikileaks attacks back against Visa and Master Card. We get advice on how to shield against cyber attacks. A look at how the new tax deal can help and hurt businesses. Ian Ratner of GlassRatner tells us if banks are ready and willing to lend again. And our street critique guest, Hilary Kramer takes your investment questions.moreless
  • Tuesday, Dec. 7, 2010
    Tuesday, Dec. 7, 2010
    Episode 12.07.10
    The President says tax cuts are a good deal for Americans. Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan talks about how the market is affecting the company. Oil hits a two year high... what it means for consumers. Get some tips on investing in stocks on their way to a cyclical recovery. Find out how to make the most of your mutual fund losses.moreless
  • Monday, Dec. 6, 2010
    Monday, Dec. 6, 2010
    Episode 12.06.10
    The Obama administration extends the Bush tax cuts. The fed pumps billions of dollars into the economy. As food prices go up, so does the cost of farmland. The NFL may be facing strikes, what's does this mean for the UFL, an alternative football league?
  • Friday, Dec. 3, 2010
    Friday, Dec. 3, 2010
    Episode 12.03.10
    The latest jobs report falls far short which is more evidence of slow economic growth. Books & Books Founder Mitchell Kaplan, describes what it will take to get small businesses to hire again.Kevin McCormally, Editorial Dir., Kiplingers Personal Finance tells us what to expect from the estate tax in the new year. And our market monitor is Alan Lancz, President,
  • Thursday, Dec. 2, 2010
    Thursday, Dec. 2, 2010
    Episode 12.02.10
    The House approves Bush Tax Cuts Extension with a catch. Republican Congressman Dave Camp of Michigan discusses the tax cuts on the hill. Retailers ring up optimistic sales numbers. Kevin McCormally, editorial director Kiplingers Personal Finance magazine says now is the time giving will pay off for taxpayers. And the micro-house business is building in Japan.moreless
  • Wednesday, Dec. 1, 2010
    Wednesday, Dec. 1, 2010
    Episode 12.01.10
    The Bulls run the first trading day in December. The Special Deficit Commission releases its debt reducing recommendations. Comscore says retailers scored before, during and after Cyber Monday. Hilary Kramer of Game Changer Stocks Dot Com looks for merger targets in health care. And Kevin McCormmaly of Kiplinger's Personal Finance has advice on converting Traditional IRAs to Roth IRAs.moreless
  • Tuesday, Nov. 30, 2010
    Tuesday, Nov. 30, 2010
    Episode 11.30.10
    The President meets with leaders about tax cuts. Stocks are expected to trade higher in November. Find out about inexpensive dividend paying stocks. Tax tips-- seniors and IRA withdrawals.
  • Monday, Nov. 29, 2010
    Monday, Nov. 29, 2010
    Episode 11.29.10
    It's TARP, European style, it's a plan has to bail out countries with financial need. Which companies were Cyber Monday's biggest winners? Sports drinks, ESPN, and Tiger Woods we dive into the world of sports marketing. Tax Expert Kevin McCormally gives some tips on how to get your taxes in order.moreless
  • Friday, Nov. 26, 2010
    Friday, Nov. 26, 2010
    Episode 11.26.10
    Black Friday is here... we look at the kick off of the holiday shopping season. Cyber Monday-- many headed to the store today, we look at what to expect when people look for hot online deals. NBR profiles Chipotle Mexican Grill. A market strategist tells us if he still likes Exxon, Microsoft and J&J.moreless
  • Wednesday, Nov. 24, 2010
    Wednesday, Nov. 24, 2010
    Episode 11.24.10
    A look at the game plan for shoppers and retailers on Black Friday. Analysis on whether or not smaller banks will start lending. The government comes down on health care fraud. As gold sees record highs we talk with the CEO of Canada's Gammon Gold. Author Manisha Thakor tells us why flexible spending accounts may be a good idea.moreless
  • Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2010
    Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2010
    Episode 11.23.10
    The economy sees growth, but the Fed thinks it's short lived. As high unemployment continues we look at how people are dealing with the social and economic issues. Sports goods are doing well in 2010, but will the trend continue? Costco uses technology to attract shoppers.
  • Monday, Nov. 22, 2010
    Monday, Nov. 22, 2010
    Episode 11.22.10
    The Feds raid hedge funds as part of insider trading probe. Real Estate sinks Ireland's economy. Full time employment for out of work Americans may be a thing of the past. And we'll look at the connection between Indy Car Racing and a clothing company.
  • Friday, Nov. 19, 2010
    Friday, Nov. 19, 2010
    Episode 11.19.10
    Ford vs. GM. Which will better fuel your portfolio. Spending and Jobs... Robert Reynolds, CEO of Putnam Investments charts the fastest way to grow the economy. Our Market Monitor is Kurt Reiman of Thematic Research at UBS Wealth Management Research Americas. Hallmark leaves a lasting 100 plus year impression.
  • Thursday, Nov. 18, 2010
    Thursday, Nov. 18, 2010
    Episode 11.18.10
    GM rolls back into the arena of publicly traded stocks. We have reaction from Wall Street to Washington as well as a sit down with CEO Dan Akerson. And in our Planet Forward report, we look at a thrifty way to put solar panels on your home.
  • Wednesday, Nov. 17, 2010
    Wednesday, Nov. 17, 2010
    Episode 11.17.10
    Prepare to pay 33-dollars a share to buy GM stock. Dartmouth University Finance Professor Anant Sundaram tells us if its a good buy. A look at how House Speaker-Elect John Boehner may get down to business. Our Street Critique comes from Jeffrey Papp, Sr. Analyst with Oberweis Asset Management. He looks at Chinese IPO's. And in our Money Profile, surviving the condo crisismoreless
  • Tuesday, Nov. 16, 2010
    Tuesday, Nov. 16, 2010
    Episode 11.16.10
    Rethinking Quantitative Easing. Dick Bove, Banking Analyst, Rochdale Securities and Alan Blinder, Economics Professor, Princeton University debate the merits and faults of the Fed's economic rescue plan. Teens may bring the green to retailers this holiday season. Alix Steel of tells us if its time to take a shine to gold.moreless
  • Monday, Nov. 15, 2010
    Monday, Nov. 15, 2010
    Episode 11.15.10
    Shoppers return to retail for the holidays. Stuart Schwietzer, Global Market Strategist at J.P. Morgan Private Bank is optimistic about the return of the bulls in 2011. Capitol Hill hosts freshman orientation along with a bunch of lame ducks. In tonight's Beyond the Scoreboard report, Rick Horrow, CEO, Horrow Sports Ventures looks at negotiations for Monday Night Football.moreless
  • Friday, Nov. 12, 2010
    Friday, Nov. 12, 2010
    Episode 11.12.10
    Wall Street reacts negatively to the G-20 outcome and interest rate uncertainty in China. Saving on college tuition by cutting graduation time down from four years to three. And our Market Monitor is Eugene Peroni, Jr., of Advisors Asset Management.
  • Thursday, Nov. 11, 2010
    Thursday, Nov. 11, 2010
    Episode 11.11.10
    Oil prices march closer to 100 dollars a barrel. Robert Pozen of MFS Investment Management explains progressive indexing. Royal Caribbean's newest ship has an Alluring arrival to port. Community College takes night school to a whole different level.
  • Wednesday, Nov. 10, 2010
    Wednesday, Nov. 10, 2010
    Episode 11.10.10
    The President's Deficit Commission makes its deficit reducing recommendations. President Obama takes his place at the G-20 summit. GM shifts into multi billion dollar profit mode ahead of its IPO. And luxury buying returns to retail just in time for the holiday shopping season.
  • Tuesday, Nov. 9, 2010
    Tuesday, Nov. 9, 2010
    Episode 11.09.10
    Gold rises to new highs. The new Congress will look for ways to cut government spending. We talk to a CIGNA health care executive about the government's role in health care. Retail stocks are expected to do well this holiday season. Maya MacGuineas says Washington will keep sending mixed messages about the economy.moreless
  • Monday, Nov. 8, 2010
    Monday, Nov. 8, 2010
    Episode 11.08.10
    Stocks dip as foreign countries debate about the Central Bank. Mortgate servicers banks are modifying more loans than the government. Microsoft's Windows 7 phone hits stores today, how does it compare to other phones? From speedways to sneakers get to know what's going in the sports world.
  • Friday, Nov. 5, 2010
    Friday, Nov. 5, 2010
    Episode 11.05.10
    Unemployment remains at a scary 9 point 6 percent. Donald Kohn, Former Vice Chairman of the Federal Reserve offers his outlook in an NBR exclusive interview. And Robert Stovall, Managing Dir. and Strategist, Wood Asset Mgmt. is our Market Monitor.
  • Thursday, Nov. 4, 2010
    Thursday, Nov. 4, 2010
    Episode 11.04.10
    Wall Street warms up to the Fed's plan to buy government bonds. Kelly King Chairman and CEO of BB&T Corp. talks about how the Fed plan will affect banking. And in our All in the Family report we learn what powers Pritchard Automotive.
  • Wednesday, Nov. 3, 2010
    Wednesday, Nov. 3, 2010
    Episode 11.03.10
    The Federal Reserve plans to buy $600B in government bonds to pump up the economy and it leaves interest rates low. Republicans take The House. We look at how the new Congress will impact the old economy. Microsoft hopes X-Box fans will connect with Kinect.
  • Tuesday, Nov. 2, 2010
    Tuesday, Nov. 2, 2010
    Episode 11.02.10
    Investors and voters are waiting to see which party will take control of the House. Foreign buyers continue to come to the U.S., we look at why a change in the market has made real estate more appealing. Corn, maize, and soybeans... find out how to invest in the farm industry without setting food on a field.moreless
  • Monday, Nov. 1, 2010
    Monday, Nov. 1, 2010
    Episode 11.01.10
    Tomorrow's midterm elections will help kick off a big week for Wall Street. A Gallup poll says republicans may see a House majority that hasn't existed for generations. With high unemployment more people are looking to start a small business.
  • Friday, Oct. 29, 2010
    Friday, Oct. 29, 2010
    Episode 10.29.10
    The economy remains sluggish heading into the election. We examine the bottom line impact on state ballots in today's Midterm 2010-It's the Economy report. The Motor City may soon become the Battery City. And James Paulsen, chief investment strategist at Wells Capital Management is our Market Monitor guest.
  • Thursday, Oct. 28, 2010
    Thursday, Oct. 28, 2010
    Episode 10.28.10
    A look at Tea Party economics and its influence on the upcoming election in our Midterm 2010: It`s the Economy report. We pop-in on holiday pop-up stores.They are fiendishly popular this halloween. Ted Fishman, author of Shock of Gray describes the older population's role in the economy. In Two Ways to Play, we check to see if America is losing her competitive edge.moreless
  • Wednesday, Oct. 27, 2010
    Wednesday, Oct. 27, 2010
    Episode 10.27.10
    The Fed is expected to take a small step stimulus strategy at next week's meeting. Media regulatory analyst Rebecca Arbogast of Stifel Nicolaus offers an outlook on the industry and all of its infighting. Our street critique guests Thomas Winmill, Portfolio Manager, Midas Fund and Rachel Benepe Portfolio Manager, First Eagle Gold Fund weigh the value of gold versus mining stocks.moreless
  • Tuesday, Oct. 26, 2010
    Tuesday, Oct. 26, 2010
    Episode 10.26.10
    The Fed is set to put more money in the economy, but people want to know how much and for how long? Ford CEO Alan Mulally talks about the future of the auto industry. Find out about web stocks that are not as well known as Google and Amazon. Justin Fox gives his take on just how important the upcoming elections are.moreless
  • Monday, Oct. 25, 2010
    Monday, Oct. 25, 2010
    Episode 10.25.10
    The Fed is investigating the foreclosure document mess. The U.S. housing marking starts to rebound. We talk to the CFO of Intel, he's Stacy Smith. Find out why IKEA says going green is good for business. Alice Rivlin of Brookings gives her take on what the tax debate is really about.moreless
  • October 22, 2010
    October 22, 2010
    Episode 10.22.10
    Analysts, Strategists, and Investors are Watching Wall Street and the Mid-Term Elections. We look at Florida and Illinois' Senate races in our Mid-Term 2010-It's the Economy report. Illustrator David Gillette's draws on the weak u-s economy. And or Market Monitor is Mark Skousen, Editor, "Forecasts & Strategies."
  • October 21, 2010
    October 21, 2010
    Episode 10.21.10
    Companies report good news for earnings season. The Nissan Leaf... will the electric car be a gamechanger? Author Nancy Lieberman gives some tips for success.
  • October 20, 2010
    October 20, 2010
    Episode 10.20.10
    HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan discusses the mortgage foreclosure mess. In our Dollars for Docs series we examine the practice of doctors educating doctors about new drugs. In Money Profiles learn how not to get shortchanged by Social Security.
  • October 19, 2010
    October 19, 2010
    Episode 10.19.10
    Stocks dive on more news about bad mortgages. China raises its interest rate to slow the raging real estate market. Our Dollars for Docs report examines payments made to physicians from pharmaceutical companies. And Daniel Dicker, Sr. Contributor, has the Word on the Street report.
  • October 18, 2010
    October 18, 2010
    Episode 10.18.10
    The foreclosure paperwork mess, how much is this going to cost Wall Street? In two weeks the Fed is expected to announce a plan to pump more money into the economy. Glenn Hubbard says there are just two issues facing voters.
  • October 15, 2010
    October 15, 2010
    Episode 10.15.10
    The Federal Reserve may be on the verge of making asset purchases to spur the economy. The plan may also give the weak dollar a boost. Retailers get some pre-holiday cheer. We meet the Crave brothers of Crave Brothers Farm in our All in the Family report. And Stephen Wood,Chief Market Strategist, Russell Investments is our Market Monitor.moreless
  • October 14, 2010
    October 14, 2010
    Episode 10.14.10
    Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems under legal fire. Homeowners fight back against robo-signing. Kevin Depew Editor-In-Chief, Minyanville looks at Quantitaive Easing and The Federal Reserve.
  • October 13, 2010
    October 13, 2010
    Episode 10.13.10

    Investigators from all 50 states join forces to crack down on the foreclosure document mess. Third Quarter Earnings Season begins with the financials revealing numbers. Our Street Critique guest is Lincoln Ellis Chief Investment Officer for the Strategic Financial Group. Featuring Kenneth Eric Trent, the Florida attorney who was among the first to declare the scope of the robo-signing practices utilized by banks to improperly foreclose on hundreds of thousands of Americans.

  • U.S. - China Currency Relations
    Former U.S. Treasury secretary John Snow talks about Chinese economic issues.
  • October 12, 2010
    October 12, 2010
    Episode 10.12.10
    The Obama administration lifts the ban on deepwater drilling. Is now a good time to invest in Europe? GM unveils an electric car. Tips on investing in election ad revenue and what's at stake for the Hudson River tunnel.
  • October 11, 2010
    October 11, 2010
    Episode 10.11.10
    Problem foreclosures are on the rise. Oil prices are going up. Former Treasurey secretary John Snow gives his take on the Fed's latest move to boost the market. The world's best stock pickers... a Bloomberg reporter talks about what he finds. How to tell when a developing country's economy has finally emerged.moreless
  • October 8, 2010
    October 8, 2010
    Episode 10.08.10
    More Americans were fired than hired in September. Mohamed El-Erian CEO & Co-Chief Investment Officer, PIMCO crunches the jobs numbers. Economic survival could decide one of the tightest congressional races in the country in tonight's installment of Midterm 2010 It's the Economy report. Randall Eley, President, The Edgar Lomax Company is our Market Monitor.moreless
  • October 7, 2010
    October 7, 2010
    Episode 10.07.10
    Alcoa earnings shine in the 3rd quarter. Alcoa CEO Klaus Kleinfeld discusses the company's solid earnings. In our special report Midterm 2010 It's the Economy, we examine Nevada's potential impact on the election.
  • October 6, 2010
    October 6, 2010
    Episode 10.06.10
    Talk of a possible bubble brewing in the bond market has investors feeling anxious. California reveals its budget for 2011. A look at the impact of laws on the business of liquor distilling. And Hilary Kramer, Editor of is our Street Critique guest.
  • October 5, 2010
    October 5, 2010
    Episode 10.05.10
    Wall Street hits a 5-month high as investors anticipate third quarter earnings. Tutoring has gone from a cottage industry to big business. tells us how to invest and gold and silver ETFs, and get to know the CEO of ING Direct.
  • October 4, 2010
    October 4, 2010
    Episode 10.04.10
    A Nobel Prize winning economist says the U.S. needs to pump more money into the economy. The Justice Department sues Visa, MasterCard, and American Express. From lenders to homeowners, foreclosures are seeing tons of paperwork problems, find out how this will affect the recovery. Mark Zandi of Moody's Analytics looks past the November elections.moreless
  • October 1, 2010
    October 1, 2010
    Episode 10.01.10
    The Flash Crash report is released. Former SEC Chairman David Ruder reviews the findings. The Chevy Cruz is Crucial to GM. And our Market Monitor guest is Gerald Buetow, Jr. Chief Investment Officer for Innealta Capital.
  • September 30, 2010
    September 30, 2010
    Episode 09.30.10
    HP installs Leo Apotheker as its new CEO. Small investors are playing a small role in the stock market's September to remember. And Sam Stovall of Standard & Poor's reviews the 3rd Quarter and preview's the 4th.
  • September 29, 2010
    September 29, 2010
    Episode 09.29.10
    Boston's Federal Reserve President Eric Rosengren, wants the Central Bank to get more aggressive. The White House and Congress bond over the Chinese Yuan. The Business of Baseball fields revenue sharing. And the money file takes the plunge into alternative divorce options.
  • September 28, 2010
    September 28, 2010
    Episode 09.28.10
    Analysts wonder if low rates will help jump start the housing market. An innovative company comes up with a way to hail a cab from your phone. says emerging markets are a must-have for every investor's portfolio. The business of baseball has been battered, in this two-parter we look at how its been affected by the economy.moreless
  • September 27, 2010
    September 27, 2010
    Episode 09.27.10
    Southwest airlines buys AirTran. The company's CEO talks about its newest purchase. The author of MarketPsych talks about how to keep your emotions from getting in the way of your investments. The president of Woodley Park Research thinks the economic recovery will begin to pick up the pace.
  • September 24, 2010
    September 24, 2010
    Episode 09.24.10
    Blue Chips go green. Housing market sees its worst sales numbers in decades. Employment opportunities are growing in health care. Award winning illustrator and essayist David Gillette draws his own conclusions about the poor economy. And Mark Leibovit, Chief Market Strategist, is our Market Monitor.
  • September 23, 2010
    September 23, 2010
    Episode 09.23.10
    Ambassador Ron Kirk, U.S. Trade Representative, explains US trade issues with China. Rare Earth Metals are at the heart of a gem of a trade dispute between China and Japan. Former Labor Secretary, Robert Reich shares his ideas for reviving the economy.
  • Reverse Mortgage: Contact Servicer
    Contact the loan servicer to find out your options when something happens that could trigger the end to a loan, advises Susanna Montezemolo, VP Federal Affairs/ Center for Responsible Lending.
  • Reverse Mortgage: Review Features
    Review features and requirements of your HECM loan, advises Susanna Montezemolo, VP, Federal Affairs, Center for Responsible Lending.
  • September 22, 2010
    September 22, 2010
    Episode 09.22.10
    George Papandreou Prime Minister of Greece expresses optimism about his country's economic future. Preparing for the new health care law. The manufacturing sector lacks motivation to hire new workers. We examine the pros and cons of the FHA's new form of reverse mortgage.
  • September 21, 2010
    September 21, 2010
    Episode 09.21.10
    The Fed keeps rates steady, but says it's ready to take action if necessary. Almost 1 in 4 Americans have bad credit, and it's keeping some from getting a job. gives some tips on how to invest in the shaky housing market. Harry Lin of talks about modern metaphors help link the generations.moreless
  • September 20, 2010
    September 20, 2010
    Episode 09.20.10
    The Fed meets tomorrow to find a way pump up the economy. George W. Bush's former economic advisor gives his take on how to find the road to recovery. The CEO of Ericsson talks about what's new with the communications company. Esprit makes a comeback and Bernard Baumohl says people are moving to avoid high taxes.moreless
  • September 17, 2010
    September 17, 2010
    Episode 09.17.10
    Gold and Silver shine on Wall Street. The Justice Department checks out the hiring practices of high tech companies. We meet the people behind the brands Tarn-x and C-L-R in our All in the Family series. And Elaine Garzarelli, President, Garzarelli Capital is our market monitor.
  • September 16, 2010
    September 16, 2010
    Episode 09.16.10
    Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner criticizes China's trade policies. Manufacturers are producing jobs but having a tough time finding workers to fill them. This September may be one to remember fondly for the stock market. And GameStop President, Tony Bartel talks about digital downloads.
  • September 15, 2010
    September 15, 2010
    Episode 09.15.10
    Japan moves to weaken the yen as the dollar hits a 15 year low against the currency. The President pushes for new pipeline safety measures. Interbrand ranks the top 100 global brands. HP's Chief Marketing Officer Michael Mendenhall discusses new acquisitions and CEO Mark Hurd's sudden exit.
  • September 14, 2010
    September 14, 2010
    Episode 09.14.10
    Strong back to school sales may mean a good holiday season for investors. People are betting that republicans will take control of the House of Rep., what does this mean for stocks? Two billion dollars is how much it cost to close Lehman Brothers, but our commentator says it was much more.moreless
  • September 13, 2010
    September 13, 2010
    Episode 09.13.10
    New global banking rules give Wall Street a boost. Find out how these Basel reforms work, and what it means for European banks. The country's biggest pension fund wants to take on more risk. NBR's series Your Mind and Your Money looks at how your life experiences affect how you handle money. A former member of the Federal Reserve says she's ready for election season to end.moreless
  • September 10, 2010
    September 10, 2010
    Episode 09.10.10
    President Obama lays out his economic agenda and he wants to give the middle class a much needed tax break. Lower Manhattan activity is rising post 9-11. We look at Virginia's Budget Blues. And Robert Drach Publisher, Drach Weekly Research Report, is our Market Monitor.
  • September 9, 2010
    September 9, 2010
    Episode 09.09.10
    A look at the impact uncertainty is having on small business and economic recovery. We continue our series Budget Blues with a look at New Jersey's financial frustrations. J.P. Morgan Foreign Exchange Strategist, Rebecca Patterson tracks what's moving the yen in the right direction.
  • September 8, 2010
    September 8, 2010
    Episode 09.08.10
    President Obama's latest economic stimulus plan stimulates another political firestorm. BP takes and places blame in the Deep Water Horizon Disaster. South Florida's housing market sings the Budget Blues. And Mark Watson CEO, of Keel Asset Management has this week's Street Critique.
  • September 7, 2010
    September 7, 2010
    Episode 09.07.10
    The White House is set to roll out a new plan to cut business taxes. California's treasurer talks about the state's budget woes.'s Glenn Hall finds some innovative stock picks. Daniel Gross of Newsweek talks about the state of the U.S. economy.
  • September 3, 2010
    September 3, 2010
    Episode 09.03.10
    The private sector adds jobs but not enough to absorb the workers added to the list of the unemployed. We'll look at the search for jobs and the search for workers. Brian Wesbury, Chief Economist at First Trust Advisors offers his analysis of the jobs report. And Chuck Carlson, CEO, Horizon Investment Services is our Market Monitor.moreless
  • September 6, 2010
    September 6, 2010
    Episode 09.06.10
    NBR's Labor Day special looks at the jobs picture. Economists give their take on when the job market will recover. Some businesses are waiting to hire, find out why. Get some resume tips from employment pros.
  • September 2, 2010
    September 2, 2010
    Episode 09.02.10
    Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke gets grilled on the hill about Lehman Brothers and "too big too fail." A look at the impact of temp hiring on the labor market. And Bob Damon President of North America, Korn/Ferry International discusses the trend of aging executives and the economy.
  • September 1, 2010
    September 1, 2010
    Episode 09.01.10
    The Obama administration searches for new ways to stimulate the job market. Mercedes-Benz USA CEO, Ernst Lieb describes what's driving sales of his luxury automobiles. Apple CEO, Steve Jobs unveils the newest i-pods and plugs into internet tv. And our Street Critique guest is Jonathan Chaplin, Senior Analyst with Credit Suisse.moreless
  • August 31, 2010
    August 31, 2010
    Episode 08.31.10
    The Dow Industrial Average ends with the worst August in five years. The agriculture secretary talks about farming's outlook and safety concerns.'s Jeanine Poggi discusses retail ETFs, and we look at why the airline industry may be hitting some turbulence.
  • August 30, 2010
    August 30, 2010
    Episode 08.30.10
    The Dow Industrial Average ends with the worst August in five years. The agriculture secretary talks about farming's outlook and safety concerns.'s Jeanine Poggi discusses retail ETFs, and we look at why the airline industry may be hitting some turbulence.
  • August 27, 2010
    August 27, 2010
    Episode 08.27.10
    Ben Bernanke says the Fed is ready to help revive the economy. Someone who used to work for the Federal Reserve gives their reaction to Bernanke's speech. A GDP revision shows the economy isn't as strong as analysts thought. Investor Jeff Everett talks stocks and emerging markets.
  • August 26, 2010
    August 26, 2010
    Episode 08.26.10
    Weekly unemployment claims drop, but economic worries continue. Economists say they did not expect the economy to sink to a new low. China is now the world's second biggest economy, we get a closer look at this emerging market. The editor-in-chief of says it's time to collaborate with generation next.moreless
  • August 25, 2010
    August 25, 2010
    Episode 08.25.10
    As the housing market continues to drop we take a course in re-financing 101. Bob Graham says the oil spill cleanup was a failure. Get to know the Indian stock market, and our commentator offers up some tips for investing in an uncertain market.
  • August 24, 2010
    August 24, 2010
    Episode 08.24.10
    Plummeting July home sales cause stocks to take a hit. We take a look at Russia's economy and talk to about U.S. tech stocks. Harry Lin of intoduces us to a unique internet startup that earns more than 100 million a year, but still hasn't turned a profit.
  • August 23, 2010
    August 23, 2010
    Episode 08.23.10
    A salmonella outbreak leads to the recall of half a billion eggs. William Nobrega of the Conrad Group talks about what's going on in the Brazilian market. Your genes may have a bigger impact on your investment behavior than you think. GM will be the year's biggest IPO, but some investors are hesitant to buy. Some say money can buy happiness, but our commentator says the facts say otherwise.moreless
  • August 20, 2010
    August 20, 2010
    Episode 08.20.10
    We look at where to put your money in a slow economy. Record numbers of Americans are pulling money out of their 401(k)s. HP looks for a new CEO, get to know the frontrunners. Cindy Sweeting of the Templeton Growth Fund gives insight into the stock market.
  • August 19, 2010
    August 19, 2010
    Episode 08.19.10
    Stocks take a hit after a jump in unemployment. A Jeffries and Co. strategist talks about the drop in stocks. Intel buys software giant McAfee, but does the buy make sense? Thomson Reuters' editor-at-large says small businesses need to break into the global economy. Nightly Business Report has a new owner, NBR Worldwide.moreless
  • August 18, 2010
    August 18, 2010
    Episode 08.18.10
    GM is on its way to going public. Economists say the U.S. will see a flatline recovery. Target is remodeling their stores, find out how this may affect their bottom line. Our series Money Profiles looks at how a small business owner deals with not having health insurance.
  • August 17, 2010
    August 17, 2010
    Episode 08.17.10
    Washington looks for new ways to fund the housing industry. The manager of the world's largest mutual fund says the housing market needs a government guarantee.'s Alix Steel talks about how to avoid gold investing pitfalls. Commentator Maya MacGuineas challenges the public to balance the U.S. budget.
  • August 16, 2010
    August 16, 2010
    Episode 08.16.10
    Treasury yields hit new lows causing investors to look for new places to put their money. JP Morgan's Stuart Schweitzer says it's time to cut back on stocks. Bloomerg's Brazil reporter talks about South American oil drilling. Moody's Economy's Mark Zandi gives his take on tax cuts.
  • August 13, 2010
    August 13, 2010
    Episode 08.13.10
    The stock market ends down as amid news of a slowing recovery. A top Japan clothing store is coming to the U.S. 30 year fixed rate mortgages may be on the way out. A Credit Suisse strategist says the stock market makes earnings look better than they really are.
  • August 12, 2010
    August 12, 2010
    Episode 08.12.10
    GM's CEO leaves unexpectedly. Economists chime in on how much the government should do to help the economy. Russia's drought isn't the only cause of the swing in wheat prices. New rules are on the way for overdraft protection fees. Employers think twice about using unpaid interns.
  • Economy Slows - Fed Takes Action
    The Fed kept interest rates essentially at zero. To help the economy, The Fed plans to take the money it earns on its portfolio of mortgage-backed securities and use it to buy U.S. Treasury bills.
  • August 11, 2010
    August 11, 2010
    Episode 08.11.10
    Stocks drop as the Fed takes another look at the economy. Japan's similar economic history may signal what's next for the U.S. Zebra Capital's CEO gives insight into the market. Washington gives $3 billion to unemployed homeowners at risk of foreclosure. The CEO of Siemens talks about the company's future.'s Eric Schurenberg on defaltion worries.moreless
  • August 10, 2010
    August 10, 2010
    Episode 08.10.10
    The Federal Reserve says the economic recovery has slowed down. We talk to the chairman of BB&T Corporation. This week's Word on the Street guest says investors need to take caution when dealing with the Fed. Newsweek's senior editor thinks Washington needs to pump more money into the economy.
  • August 9, 2010
    August 9, 2010
    Episode 08.09.10
    We look at what the Fed can do to get the economy moving. Investors worry about HP's future after the loss of their CEO. Health care mistakes are costing the country big bucks and our series Your Mind and Your Money looks at similarities between high risk investors and murderers.
  • August 6, 2010
    August 6, 2010
    Episode 08.06.10
    Some economists blame Washington for an increase in job losses. Mary Ann Bartels of Bank of America Merrill Lynch says the stock market will see a year-end jump.
  • August 5 , 2010
    August 5 , 2010
    Episode 08.05.10
    The Senate gives $26 billion to states and school districts. College students will be shelling out less cash when heading back to school. USA Today's John Waggoner talks about the dangers of leveraged ETFs.
  • August 4, 2010
    August 4, 2010
    Episode 08.04.10
    The FTC makes a deal with Intel for not playing fair with competitors. BP says the leak is fixed, now what? Our Street Critique guest looks at why stocks are rising in a weak economy. Apple may have a lot of buzz, but some say it doesn't live up to the hybe in the boardroom.moreless
  • August 3, 2010
    August 3, 2010
    Episode 08.03.10
    BlackBerry unveils its newest phone. In part two of Rules of the Board we look at how to tell the good board members from the bad. Find out how mutual fund managers are beating the market, and our commentator says the TARP bailout is a bargain.
  • August 2, 2010
    August 2, 2010
    Episode 08.02.10
    Blue chips give the stock market a triple digit gain. The Senate may pass a bill that forces drillers to disclose what types of chemicals they put in the ground. In part one of Rules of the Board we look at what shareholders should expect from their leaders. A senior fellow at Brookings says the U.S. has another chance fix health care.moreless
  • July 30, 2010
    July 30, 2010
    Episode 07.30.10
    Economists say the economy is growing slower than expected. In part two of our energy series we look at how natural gas deposits can cause problems between neighbors. Street Critique guest Marshall Front says businesses need job creating incentives.
  • July 29, 2010
    July 29, 2010
    Episode 07.29.10
    The Senate blocks a bill to help small businesses. Companies are tapping into Michigan's natural gas deposits. In our series Getting Down to Business we ask a Miami dry cleaner what it will take for them to start hiring.
  • July 28, 2010
    July 28, 2010
    Episode 07.28.10
    Second quarter earnings may look strong, but companies are still in recovery mode. This year political fundraisers are expected to bring in over $3 billion, and we talk stocks with FIREapps' Wolfgang Koester.
  • July 27, 2010
    July 27, 2010
    Episode 07.27.10
    BP gets its first American leader. tells us about under-the-radar stocks. Justin Fox of the Harvard Business Review says that making new rules for Wall Street is worth while.
  • July 26, 2010
    July 26, 2010
    Episode 07.26.10
    A new boss may be on the way for BP. FedEx raises its earnings outlook. GM unveils a new Ford Explorer. Find out why having more choice is not always better, and we get some suggestions on how to reduce the national debt.
  • July 23, 2010
    July 23, 2010
    Episode 07.23.10
    Seven out of 91 European banks fail the stress test, some wonder if the test is valid. Bank executives received over $1.5 billion during financial crisis, but the White House says it's not illegal. The U.S. declares the highest budget deficit on record.
  • July 22, 2010
    July 22, 2010
    Episode 07.22.10
    Positive earnings news causes triple digit gains on Wall Street. Having a foreclosure in your neighborhood may hurt more than you think. Check out NYC's first electric car charging station. Airline Expert Ray Neidl says airliners' biggest issue is ticket prices, and new protections may be on the way for insurance policy holders.moreless
  • July 21, 2010
    July 21, 2010
    Episode 07.21.10
    The President signs in the biggest financial reforms since the Great Depression. The Fed says the economy's future is "unusually uncertain", but that's not necessarily new. An oil spill strike force has formed, we hear from the ConocoPhillips CEO. Scott Gurvey looks at whether or not the Fed can speed up the recovery. Some older unemployed workers are forced into retirement.moreless
  • July 20, 2010
    July 20, 2010
    Episode 07.20.10
    Apple's earnings jump 75 percent. People are continuing to run out of unemployment benefits, they tell us how they're trying to get Congress to take action. Tom Hudson talks about gold with, and President Harry Lin says eBooks will bring big changes to libraries. How will foreclosure ridden areas make a comeback?moreless
  • July 19, 2010
    July 19, 2010
    Episode 07.19.10
    We discuss the pros and cons of extending jobless benefits. Fears about the stock market are leading some investors to look to bonds. Our commentator Glenn Hubbard has a few ideas about how to cut down the national debt.
  • July 16, 2010
    July 16, 2010
    Episode 07.16.10
    Apple CEO Steve Jobs gives free protective cases to iPhone4 buyers. Goldman Sachs will pay half a billion dollars to the SEC, but some say it's not enough. Energy sector profits are expected to go up 74%, we ask an Edward Jones analyst if he thinks it will continue through the rest of the year.moreless
  • July 15, 2010
    July 15, 2010
    Episode 07.15.10
    The Senate passses the biggest reform bill since the 1930s. Goldman Sachs settles its civil fraud case with the SEC. We talk about what's on the banking horizon, and analysts begin to worry about deflation.
  • July 14, 2010
    July 14, 2010
    Episode 07.14.10
    The Federal Reserve's economic forecast may be too optimistic. Retail sales are expected to disappoint. The CEO of offshore drilling company Pride International on talking to lawmakers about lifting the moratorium on deepwater drilling. The auto industry is on the way to tougher safety regulations, and Congress probes airline fees.
  • July 13, 2010
    July 13, 2010
    Episode 07.13.10
    Intel reports its best earnings ever. Scott Gurvey previews earnings of the biggest tech firms. We talk to the CEO of Diamond Offshore Drilling. The debate about tax cuts is expected to be heated, but it may be delayed.
  • July 12, 2010
    July 12, 2010
    Episode 07.12.10
    The aluminum giant Alcoa posts some unexpected revenues. A look at the basic materials industry sector. Information overload, why having more information is not always better.
  • July 9, 2010
    July 9, 2010
    Episode 07.09.10
    Low mortgage rates aren't doing anything to help the housing market. Plus LeBron James is going to be an economic powerhouse in Miami. New rules are on the way for credit card companies, and The Market Monitor guest is Howard Ward of GAMCO Growth Fund.
  • July 8, 2010
    July 8, 2010
    Episode 07.08.10
    Wall Street chalks up another big gain. We get thoughts on the outlook from two market strategists -- one a bull and one a bear. Plus, the latest on the oil drilling moratorium. And, Scott Gurvey examines how long the bond run up can continue.
  • July 7, 2010
    July 7, 2010
    Episode 07.07.10
    The King of Bonds, Bill Gross, is betting on equities. A look at the financial reform battles still to come on Capitol Hill. Suzanne Pratt offers an earnings check list. And, the Street Critique is Frank McGhee of IBS Metals
  • July 6, 2010
    July 6, 2010
    Episode 07.06.10
    Could the still-troubled housing market sink the entire economy back into recession? We get insight from Mark Zandi of Moody' And, Eli Lilly and other pharmaceutical firms are focused on developing new drugs in China. And, John Waggoner of USA Today talks mutual funds.
  • July 5, 2010
    July 5, 2010
    Episode 07.05.10
    In this holiday special, NBR examines the performance of the economy and the stock market in the first half of the year and looks ahead to the rest of 2010.
  • July 2, 2010
    July 2, 2010
    Episode 07.02.10
    The unemployment rate dropped in June, but it isn't good news for the U.S. economy. We ask presidential economic adviser Christina Romer for her thoughts on the job picture. Plus, our final story on Generation Y, and the Market Monitor is Mark Luschini of Janney Montgomery Scott.
  • July 1, 2010
    July 1, 2010
    Episode 07.01.10
    Economists analyze employment's role in the economic picture ahead of the latest jobs report. The economy also has carmakers concerned. Generation Y returns home to fill their parents' empty nests.
  • June 30, 2010
    June 30, 2010
    Episode 06.30.10
    The former head of AIG's derivatives division gets grilled by the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission. We talk to the head of that commission, Phil Angelides. Plus, we review the performance of the market in the first quarter with S and P's Sam Stovall. And, we look at the optimism of Generation Y.moreless
  • June 28, 2010
    June 28, 2010
    Episode 06.28.10
    At the G-20, leaders of the world's biggest economies turn their focus away from stimulus to private sector spending. Plus, the U.S. government continues to approve new offshore drilling leases even while it keeps a moratorium on deepwater drilling in place. And, our Your Mind and Your Money series continues with an interview with Nick Barberis of Yale University.moreless
  • June 25, 2010
    June 25, 2010
    Episode 06.25.10
    Legislators reach an agreement on financial regulatory reform. We get the details from Congressman Barney Frank. Plus, the latest GDP revision raises questions about economic growth. Jeff Yastine continues his coverage of the Gulf oil spill in the Florida panhandle. And, the Market Monitor is Sandy Lincoln.
  • June 24, 2010
    June 24, 2010
    Episode 06.24.10
    Capitol Hill puts final touches on financial regulatory reform rules. In our series Jeopardy in the Gulf-The Future, Jeff Yastine examines the affects the spill is having inland. And Apple's new iPhone 4 arrives in stores everywhere.
  • June 23, 2010
    June 23, 2010
    Episode 06.23.10
    The Federal Reserve votes to hold interest rates at record low levels to boost the economic rebound. In the latest installment of Jeopardy in the Gulf, Jeff Yastine looks at the struggle to keep Gulf shrimp on restaurant menus.
  • June 21, 2010
    June 21, 2010
    Episode 06.21.10
    International economic concerns push U.S. stocks lower. The New York State Comptroller talks about why it is suing BP as a result of stock losses. And, Diane Estabrook reports on the recovery in the second home market.
  • June 18, 2010
    June 18, 2010
    Episode 06.18.10
    BP CEO Tony Hayward will no longer oversee oil spill operations in the Gulf of Mexico. Plus, bank customers are starting to see the results of new banking reforms. And, we look at the health care woes in rural areas of the U.S.
  • June 17, 2010
    June 17, 2010
    Episode 06.17.10
    BP CEO Tony Hayward faces tough questions about the Gulf of Mexico oil spill from Congress. We get more insight on Tony Hayward and the BP brand from branding expert Dean Crutchfield. And, protesters demand Bank of America do more to help troubled homeowners.
  • Sounds from the BP Hearing - Rep. Barton
    At the June 17, 2010 BP hearing, Representative Joe Barton (D-TX) apologized to BP CEO Tony Hayward for the "political shakedown" that led BP to create a $20 billion compensation fund for victims of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
  • June 16, 2010
    June 16, 2010
    Episode 06.15.10
    BP suspends dividends and establishes a fund for Gulf oil spill victims. Dean Crutchfield Senior Partner, Method describes how BP can clean up its oil tarnished image. Adobe vs. Apple. We look at what's behind the tech war.
  • June 15, 2010
    June 15, 2010
    Episode 06.14.10
    BP and other big oil executives get grilled on Capitol Hill. John Hofmeister Former President, Shell Oil Company offers his insights. The financial reform bill undergoes even more renovations. And why Tech Sector stocks are the new must haves.
  • June 14, 2010
    June 14, 2010
    Episode 06.13.10
    President Obama wants BP to set up an multi-billion dollar escrow account to cover oil spill clean up costs. Natural gas trapped in shale rock could be the future of energy in the U.S. And, Your Mind and Your Money continues with a look at familiarity and how it can breed bad investments.moreless
  • June 11, 2010
    June 11, 2010
    Episode 06.10.10
    Some U.S. lawmakers want to suspend BP from doing business with the U.S. government. Plus, Erika Miller looks at the differences in opinion regarding the likelihood of a double dip recession. And, the Market Monitor is John Dorfman of Thunderstorm Capital.
  • June 10, 2010
    June 10, 2010
    Episode 06.09.10
    Congress hears emotional pleas for help from Gulf Coast lawmakers and businessmen. Plus, Susie Gharib interviews the former CEO of Bear Stearns, Alan Ace Greenberg.
  • June 9, 2010
    June 9, 2010
    Episode 06.08.10
    Fed Chair Ben Bernanke tells Congress he's optimistic about the economic recovery. And, Erika Miller finds out if stock buybacks are really good for investors. Plus, the Street Critique guest is Michael Farr.
  • June 8, 2010
    June 8, 2010
    Episode 06.07.10
    The Obama Administration issues new rules that could put shallow oil drillers back in business in the Gulf of Mexico. And, we get the outlook for the oil industry from Fadel Gheit.
  • June 7, 2010
    June 7, 2010
    Episode 06.06.10
    The Euro drops, driving U.S. stocks down. Plus, what will the newest version of the iPhone mean to the tech sector? And, a faith-based investment community is fighting back against derivatives.
  • June 4, 2010
    June 4, 2010
    Episode 06.03.10
    Employment rises, but Wall Street doesn't take kindly to the numbers. Plus, a look at the criminal charges BP could face for the oil disaster in the Gulf of Mexico. And, the market monitor is Bernie Schaeffer of Schaeffer's Investment Research.
  • June 3, 2010
    June 3, 2010
    Episode 06.02.10
    Experts say the U.S. economy hasn't added enough jobs in 2010. We get insight on commodities from Street Critique guest Lincoln Ellis of Linn Group. And, we look at the business of used textbooks.
  • June 2, 2010
    June 2, 2010
    Episode 06.01.10
    Warren Buffett testifies about ratings agencies at the Financial Crisis Commission. Susie Gharib talks to Buffett. And, Tom Hudson asks Ford's President of the Americas about the decision to drop the Mercury brand.
  • June 1, 2010
    June 1, 2010
    Episode 05.31.10
    The cost of the oil disaster crosses one billion dollars, and the Obama Administration launches a criminal investigation into BP. Plus, insight into the European Debt Crisis from Bronwyn Curtis of HSBC. And, John Waggoner of USA Today talks mutual funds.
  • May 28, 2010
    May 28, 2010
    Episode 05.27.10
    An update on oil prices in the wake of the Gulf of Mexico oil disaster. Plus, a look at life and safety aboard an oil rig. And, the Market Monitor is Kurt Reiman of UBS Wealth Management Research Americas.
  • May 27, 2010
    May 27, 2010
    Episode 05.26.10
    President Obama outlines new regulations for energy companies following the Gulf of Mexico oil spill. Plus, Stephanie Dhue explores the impact the disaster is having on shallow oil drillers. And, American companies are changing their minds about outsourcing.
  • May 26, 2010
    May 26, 2010
    Episode 05.25.10
    What does the oil disaster in the Gulf of Mexico mean to the future of offshore drilling? Plus, what's ahead for the housing market, which saw single-family home sales rise 15 percent in February? And, in Money Profiles, we meet a man who lost his retirement savings to affinity fraud.
  • May 25, 2010
    May 25, 2010
    Episode 05.24.10
    Is volatility the new normal on Wall Street? Plus, more insight into Europe's banking problems. And, the Of Mutual Interest guest is Jeff Miller of the American Independence Stock Fund.
  • Manoj Narang on High Frequency Trading
    Extended Interview: NBR's Scott Gurvey asks Manoj Narang, CEO of Tradeworx, for in-depth insight into high frequency trading.
  • May 24, 2010
    May 24, 2010
    Episode 05.23.10
    Debt problems bring new worries about the European financial system. Plus, we go inside a high frequency trading firm to learn more about the controversial process. And, our Your Mind and Your Money series continues with an interview with Dan Ariely of Duke University.
  • May 21, 2010
    May 21, 2010
    Episode 05.20.10
    Investors wade back into the market after the recent sell off. Plus, we look at the impact financial reform could have on derivatives trading. And, Susie Gharib talks autos with Sergio Marchionne of Chrysler and Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm. The Market Monitor is Duncan Richardson of Eaton Vance.
  • May 20, 2010
    May 20, 2010
    Episode 05.19.10
    Stock sell offs go global. What will it take to stop it? Carter Worth Chief Market Technician, Oppenheimer offers his market forecast. SEC Chairman Mary Schapiro tells senate lawmakers about a plan to stop flash crashes and broken trades.
  • May 19, 2010
    May 19, 2010
    Episode 05.18.10
    A look at the rules and other issues rattling investors. Market analysis with Market Strategist, Joe Battipaglia of Stifel Nicolaus. The Deepwater Horizon disaster leads to a ban on new drilling in the Gulf of Mexico. We look at the impact. And our Street Critique guest is Paul Brennan Portfolio Manager for Nuveen Investments.moreless
  • May 18, 2010
    May 18, 2010
    Episode 05.17.10
    The SEC and the CTC tracking the flash crash propose new regulations to prevent future sudden free falls. Gold is trading at near record highs. Oil issues from the Deepwater Horizon disaster continue to spread from the Gulf of Mexico to Washington. And Japan keeps its jump on the world when it comes to cellphone innovations.moreless
  • May 17, 2010
    May 17, 2010
    Episode 05.16.10
    A look at Capital Standards and its role in the financial regulatory reform bill. GM delivers on its promise to drive in profits. We examine the pros and cons of international investing.
  • May 14, 2010
    May 14, 2010
    Episode 05.13.10
    The European debt crisis drags the Dow down again. The Gulf oil spill crisis may wind up fueling the wind energy movement. And our Market Monitor is Robert Stovall, Managing Director and Strategist at Wood Asset Management.
  • Commentary: Budget Deficit
    Commentary: Budget Deficit
    Episode 05.13.10
    Maya MacGuineas on why we need to take care of the budget deficit.
  • May 13, 2010
    May 13, 2010
    Episode 05.12.10
    The SEC has six big banks in its investigative crosshairs. Larry Tabb of the Tabb Group on high frequency trading. College graduates set out on the job hunt amid a 10% unemployment rate. And we look at how credit card companies are making money during the economic crisis.
  • May 12, 2010
    May 12, 2010
    Episode 05.11.10
    Climate Change legislation comes to Capitol Hill. Microsoft reveals Office 2010. We take a look at Jumbo Mortgages. And our Street Critique guest is Jason Tyler of Research, Ariel Investments.
  • May 11, 2010
    May 11, 2010
    Episode 05.10.10
    Capitol Hill examines the cause of the Flash Crash. The Gulf oil spill blame game begins. Jim Young, Chairman & CEO of Union Pacific explains what's keeping his railroad on track financially. Toyota shifts into profit mode.
  • May 10, 2010
    May 10, 2010
    Episode 05.09.10
    The E.U. and the IMF's trillion dollar bailout sends U.S. stocks soaring. The Securities and Exchange Commission takes action to prevent future flash crashes. And in tonight's Your Mind Your Money series we focus on framing.
  • May 7, 2010
    May 7, 2010
    Episode 05.06.10
    The Dow dive blame game begins. The April Employment report shows big gains but unemployment numbers reflect big losses. And our Market Monitor is Alan Lancz, Editor of the "The Lancz Newsletter"
  • May 6, 2010
    May 6, 2010
    Episode 05.05.10
    The Dow has a dramatic free fall. Banking analysts and economists weigh in. The FCC plans to regulate the internet. The new interest in the bond market.
  • May 5, 2010
    May 5, 2010
    Episode 05.04.10
    Greek debt crisis rioting turns deadly. The $50 billion bailout fund is dropped from financial reform bill. Bear Stearns executives get grilled on Capitol Hill. MolsonCoors CEO Peter Swinburn on the internet's impact on his business.
  • May 4, 2010
    May 4, 2010
    Episode 05.03.10
    The markets plunge on Europe debt worries. We get insight from Art Hogan of Jeffries and Co and John Lipsky of the IMF. Plus, Congress weighs in on the Gulf of Mexico oil disaster. And, we profile Molson Coors.
  • May 3, 2010
    May 3, 2010
    Episode 05.02.10
    United to buy Continental in a $3B Deal. BP plans to pay all clean up costs for the oil spill in the Gulf. And Susie Gharib sits down with the Oracle of Omaha Warren Buffett.
  • April 30, 2010
    April 30, 2010
    Episode 04.29.10
    Gulf oil spill comes ashore. GDP shows signs of growth. And James Paulsen Chief Investment Strategist, Wells Capital Management is our Market Monitor.
  • April 29, 2010
    April 29, 2010
    Episode 04.28.10
    Gulf oil spill spreads. We look at the impact on offshore drilling. The AFL-CIO's March on Wall Street. And Burlington Northern CEO Matt Rose explains why Warren Buffet likes his business.
  • April 28, 2010
    April 28, 2010
    Episode 04.27.10
    The Federal Reserve leaves interest rates unchanged. Europe's debt crisis deepens with Spain's credit rating drop. And Street Critique with Hilary Kramer of
  • April 27, 2010
    April 27, 2010
    Episode 04.26.10
    Lawmakers grill Goldman Sachs executives about their role in the financial crisis. Plus, Diane Eastabrook talks earnings and outlook with Ford CEO Alan Mullaly.
  • April 26, 2010
    April 26, 2010
    Episode 04.25.10
    The Senate's vote on financial regulatory reform stalls. We get an update from Darren Gersh. Plus, a preview of tomorrow's Federal Reserve policymaking meeting, and the latest Your Mind and Your Money interview.
  • April 23, 2010
    April 23, 2010
    Episode 04.22.10
    Lawmakers take on credit rating agencies in the latest round of hearings about the financial crisis. Scott Gurvey offers an update on the shape of economic recovery, and the Market Monitor is Mark Skousen of Forecasts and Strategies.
  • April 22, 2010
    April 22, 2010
    Episode 04.21.10
    President Obama takes his call for financial reform to Wall Street. We get reaction from traders. Plus a look at the battle between first time buyers and investors in the housing market. And, we get insight into the state of the auto industry from the head of AutoNation.
  • April 21, 2010
    April 21, 2010
    Episode 04.20.10
    General Motors pays back its government loans. Diane Eastabrook has an update on the health of both GM and Chrysler. Plus, the Street Critique guest is Marilyn Cohen, and we begin our Money Profiles series.
  • Understanding Negative Amortization Loans
    Greg McBride of explains who negative amortization mortgage loans, aka N/A loans, were designed for.
  • April 20, 2010
    April 20, 2010
    Episode 04.19.10
    Lawmakers try to get to the bottom of the Lehman Brothers collapse. We get insight on the hearings from Republican Senator Judd Gregg.
  • April 19, 2010
    April 19, 2010
    Episode 04.18.10
    Rep. Barney Frank on Goldman Sachs and regulatory reform. Iceland's volcanic ash impact. And "Your Mind, Your Money" takes investment advisors at face value.
  • April 16, 2010
    April 16, 2010
    Episode 04.15.10
    The SEC charges Goldman Sachs with fraud, and financial stocks stumble. And, the Market Monitor is banking analyst Dick Bove of Rochdale Securities.
  • April 15, 2010
    April 15, 2010
    Episode 04.14.10
    Google's earnings rocket higher, but the company's stock price drops in response. Plus, Scott Gurvey takes a look at the tech sector. Plus, a new tax tip and a new Funny Money segment - Iron Accountant.
  • April 14, 2010
    April 14, 2010
    Episode 04.13.10
    Fed Chair Bernanke offers his economic outlook and sees moderate growth ahead. Plus, could Americans soon have to pay more for their groceries? And, the Street Critique is Kris Jenner of T. Row Price Health Sciences Fund.
  • April 13, 2010
    April 13, 2010
    Episode 04.12.10
    Intel's first quarter earnings and revenues surge. Plus, Twitter changes its business model, adding advertising. And we take a look at complex CDs and get another Tax Tip from Kevin McCormally.
  • April 12, 2010
    April 12, 2010
    Episode 04.11.10
    President Obama meets with China's President Hu Jintao. Is China close to revaluing its currency? Plus a look at Microsofts new line of smart phones and a new Tax Tip from Kevin McCormally of Kiplinger's Personal Finance.
  • April 9, 2010
    April 9, 2010
    Episode 04.08.10
    Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac's role in the financial crisis takes center stage on Capitol Hill. Mortgage rates are rising, could they threaten the housing market's recovery? And, the Market Monitor is Eugene Peroni, Jr. of Advisors Asset Management.
  • April 8, 2010
    April 8, 2010
    Episode 04.07.10
    Citigroups former head apologizes for his bank's role in the financial crisis. Retail sales make gains, but what's the outlook for retail stocks? And, a look at what's driving a possible US Airways - United Airlines merger.
  • April 7, 2010
    April 7, 2010
    Episode 04.06.10
    Congress grills former Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan about the financial crisis. Plus, Goldman Sachs tells shareholders the financial crisis wasn't its fault. And, the Street Critique guest is Michael Farr.
  • April 6, 2010
    April 6, 2010
    Episode 04.05.10
    New questions about mine safety after a deadly explosion in West Virginia. Oil prices are rising, but are the numbers supported by demand? And, we talk to NYSE Euronext CEO Duncan Neideraur about financial literacy.
  • April 5, 1010
    April 5, 1010
    Episode 04.04.10
    Are smaller banks the cure for future financial crises? Simon Johnson, economist and author, thinks so. Plus, the federal government proposes a fine for Toyota, and extended unemployment benefits expired today.
  • April 1, 2010
    April 1, 2010
    Episode 04.01.10
    The economy is adding jobs, but teen unemployment remains very high. Plus, Diane Eastabrook has an outlook for the auto industry, and the Market Monitor is Randall Eley of the Edgar Lomax Company.
  • April 2, 1010
    April 2, 1010
    Episode 04.01.10
    In the holiday special Planning 101: Paying for College, NBR gets the information students and parents need to pay for college. Learn all about costs, savings plans, loans, and more. The program begins with a quick look at the latest employment data released today.
  • April 1, 2010
    April 1, 2010
    Episode 03.31.10
    The economy is adding jobs, but teen unemployment remains very high. Plus, Diane Eastabrook has an outlook for the auto industry, and the Market Monitor is Randall Eley of the Edgar Lomax Company.
  • March 31, 2010
    March 31, 2010
    Episode 03.30.10
    President Obama proposes plan to expand offshore oil and gas drilling. Plus, GDP vs. GDI, which is a better measure of the current state of the economy? And, we get a first quarter wrap from Sam Stovall of Standard and Poor's.
  • March 30, 2010
    March 30, 2010
    Episode 03.29.10
    The President signs off on health care reform fixes. We talk reform with the CEO of Cleveland Clinic. Plus, has the American dream of homeownership disappeared?
  • March 29, 2010
    March 29, 2010
    Episode 03.28.10
    The U.S. Treasury will sell its stake in Citi. Plus, the Dow nears 11,000, and we get insight from Art Hogan of Jefferies and Company. And, Your Mind and Your Money continues with David Laibson of Harvard University.
  • March 26, 2010
    March 26, 2010
    Episode 03.25.10
    President Obama's lifeline to drowning homeowners. In Searching for Yield, we look at corporate bonds. And Market Monitor Mark Leibovit of
  • March 25, 2010
    March 25, 2010
    Episode 03.24.10
    Fed Chair Bernanke tells Congress low interest rates are here to stay, but he'll be removing some credit supports. Plus, hiring is picking up in the manufacturing sector, and our latest Searching for Yield interview focuses on floating rate funds.
  • March 24, 2010
    March 24, 2010
    Episode 03.23.10
    Under pressure from some state attorneys general, Bank of America agrees to forgive some of principal on its mortgage loans. We get insight from Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley. Plus, is now the time to invest in stocks? And, the Street Critique guest is Ken Winans of Winans International.
  • March 22, 2010
    March 22, 2010
    Episode 03.21.10
    How will the mechanics of health reform impact businesses? Plus, Google changes strategy in China, and our week-long series Searching for Yield kicks off with a look at REITs.
  • March 19, 2010
    March 19, 2010
    Episode 03.18.10
    Health care reform fight heats up. Govt cracks down on top health care firm execs involved in fraud. Market Monitor Gary Motyl of Templeton Global Equity.
  • March 18, 2010
    March 18, 2010
    Episode 03.17.10
    The government has a new strategy to fight health care fraud. Plus, President Obama signs the jobs bill into law, and we look at pros and cons of low inflation.
  • March 17, 2010
    March 17, 2010
    Episode 03.16.10
    Bernanke & Volcker want Fed to regulate all banks. Economic tensions rise between the U.S.& China. Street Critique guest is Mark Watson of Keel Asset Managment.
  • March 16, 2010
    March 16, 2010
    Episode 03.15.10
    The Fed sticks to low interest rates. Will those rates lead to more financial market bubbles? Plus, we talk to economist Nouriel Roubini.
  • March 12, 2010
    March 12, 2010
    Episode 03.11.10
    Can bank stocks continue to lead the market higher? A what went wrong at Lehman Brothers report. And, Market Monitor Stephen Wood of Russell Investments.
  • Funny Money - Trillions Lost
    Funny Money - Trillions Lost
    Episode 03.11.10
    In this Funny Money satire, NBR offers one take on how to promote a TV series about the recent financial crisis. So, would you watch Trillions Lost?
  • March 11, 2010
    March 11, 2010
    Episode 03.10.10
    ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson on what's driving gasoline prices higher. Plus, the Democrats say they'll push ahead with financial regulatory reform without Republicans. And, the first Tax Tip from Kevin McCormally of Kiplinger's Personal Finance.
  • March 10, 2010
    March 10, 2010
    Episode 03.09.10
    How will health reform affect the insurance industry's bottom line? Plus, a look at the status of small caps, and the Street Critique is Jeff Kleintop of LPL Financial.
  • March 9, 2010
    March 9, 2010
    Episode 03.08.10
    Will Cisco's new technology forever change the Internet? Greece's finance minister talks debt crisis, and we look at alternative financing for small business.
  • March 8, 2010
    March 8, 2010
    Episode 03.07.10
    Merger and Acquisition activity revs up. A profile of the Tupperware company. And a look at the Small Business Administration's loan program.
  • March 5, 2010
    March 5, 2010
    Episode 03.04.10
    Stable signs in the February jobs report. Sen. Chris Dodd talks financial regulation. And Market Monitor, Richard Steinberg of Steinberg Global Asset Management
  • March 4, 2010
    March 4, 2010
    Episode 03.03.10
    Pending home sales fall. Aetna CEO Ron Williams talks insurance rate hikes and health reform. Keith Banks of U.S. Trust Bank of America has an economic outlook.
  • March 3, 2010
    March 3, 2010
    Episode 03.02.10
    President Obama makes final push for health care. The secrets of Lands' End success. Street Critique with Win Thin, of Brown Brothers Harriman.
  • March 2, 2010
    March 2, 2010
    Episode 03.01.10
    Susie Gharib talks economy and interest rates with Richard Fisher of the Dallas Fed. Plus, the head of NHTSA defends his agency's actions in the Toyota recall.
  • March 1, 2010
    March 1, 2010
    Episode 02.28.10
    Consumer spending picks up, but some economists say the uptick won't be sustained. Plus, a preview of the latest round of Toyota hearings on Capitol Hill.
  • February 25, 2010
    February 25, 2010
    Episode 02.24.10
    President Obama holds his health care summit. We get reaction from a small business owner and a hospital administrator. Plus, a look at the impact historically low interest rates have on stocks.
  • February 24, 2010
    February 24, 2010
    Episode 02.23.10
    Fed Chair Bernanke tells Congress he doesn't plan to raise interest rates. Toyota CEO Toyoda Gets Grilled. Street Critique with market strategist Michael Farr.
  • February 23, 2010
    February 23, 2010
    Episode 02.22.10
    Toyota gets an earful on Capitol Hill. The U.S. still has a list of problem banks. And, we look at the power of word of mouth marketing for small businesses.
  • February 22, 2010
    February 22, 2010
    Episode 02.21.10
    President Obama's health plan looks like the Senate's plan. Plus, Gov. Bev Perdue (D - NC) on state budget challenges and a Your Mind and Your Money interview.
  • February 19, 2010
    February 19, 2010
    Episode 02.18.10
    President Obama announces more help for struggling home owners. Plus, is the Tiger Woods brand still marketable? And, the Market Monitor guest is Chuck Carlson.
  • February 18, 2010
    February 18, 2010
    Episode 02.17.10
    The Federal Reserve raises the discount rate. What does it mean to you? Plus, a look at the challenges facing states with pension funds that are underwater, and it's a buyers market for IPOs.
  • February 17, 2010
    February 17, 2010
    Episode 02.16.10
    Social Security runs a deficit for first time this year. Housing starts rise. And, the Street Critique guest is Todd Harrison of Minyanville.
  • February 16, 2010
    February 16, 2010
    Episode 02.15.10
    Obama announces guarantees for America's first new nuclear reactor in 30 years. Simon Property bids for General Growth, and an interview with the Hasbro CEO.
  • February 15, 2010
    February 15, 2010
    Episode 02.14.10
    In this Your Mind and Your Money holiday special, NBR investigates why investors often make the wrong decisions and finds out how they can take control of their decision-making.
  • February 12, 2010
    February 12, 2010
    Episode 02.11.10
    China pulls back on lending, causing concern on Wall Street. Plus, signs of life in retail sales, and we a look at the effectiveness of product recalls. The Market Monitor is Jeff Everett of Everkey Global Partners.
  • February 11, 2010
    February 11, 2010
    Episode 02.10.10
    The President's top economic adviser predicts slow job growth. The impact of Toyota recalls on Japan. Alcoa CEO, Klaus Kleinfeld gives an industry outlook.
  • NBR for February 10, 2010
    NBR for February 10, 2010
    Episode 02.09.10
    Fed Chairman Bernanke outlines plan to wind down the stimulus. Impact of blizzard on the economy. Street Critique is Julius Maldutis of Aviation Dynamics.
  • February 9, 2010
    February 9, 2010
    Episode 02.08.10
    How can Toyota repair its brand image? We ask PR pro Michael Ramah of Porter Novelli. Plus, we talk with Gerard Kleisterlee of Royal Philips Electronics, and we look at China's investment in South Africa.
  • February 8, 2010
    February 8, 2010
    Episode 02.07.10
    Debt worries in Greece, Spain, and Portugal weigh on Wall St. Mortgage rates could be set to rise. Your Mind & Your Money reports on investor overconfidence.
  • February 5, 2010
    February 5, 2010
    Episode 02.04.10
    Kansas City Federal Reserve Bank President Thomas Hoenig on interest rate. January employment numbers. Market Monitor John Hughes of Quantum Capital Management.
  • February 4, 2010
    February 4, 2010
    Episode 02.03.10
    Stocks tumble on job loss woes & European debt. The U.S.Government probes Prius brake problem. And Diamond Foods CEO shares his gem of a Super Bowl ad plan.
  • February 3, 2010
    February 3, 2010
    Episode 02.02.10
    Confusion over Toyota recall amid Treasury Secretary remarks. A former NHTSA head adds perspective. Oil Price Outlook. Hilary Kramer of A & G Capital Research.
  • February 2, 2010
    February 2, 2010
    Episode 02.01.10
    President Obama pushes his jobs plan. Toyota's brand management challenge, and which retailers are struggling to survive?
  • NBR for February 1, 2010
    NBR for February 1, 2010
    Episode 01.31.10
    Toyota's President of US Sales tells Susie Gharib about his firm's plan to fix the millions of recalled vehicles. Plus, the CEO of Auto Nation, a Toyota dealer, offers his perspective on the recall. And, we zero in on defense spending in the President's 3.8 trillion dollar budget.
  • January 29, 2010
    January 29, 2010
    Episode 01.28.10
    The GDP grows 5.7 percent. A look at the President's plan to boost jobs via small business. And our Market Monitor is John Dorfman of Thunderstorm Capital.
  • January 28, 2010
    January 28, 2010
    Episode 01.27.10
    Fed. Chairman Ben Bernanke stays. Jeffrey Liker author of The Toyota Way on the car maker's troubles. And more on social media for small business.
  • NBR for January 27, 2010
    NBR for January 27, 2010
    Episode 01.26.10
    Treasury Secretary Geithner defends bailout. The Fed keeps interest rates at 0. Apple introduces its iPad. What students expect from the State of the Union.
  • January 26, 2010
    January 26, 2010
    Episode 01.25.10
    The Congressional Budget Office says the budget will top $1.3 trillion this year. We look at a unique mortgage loan workout program in Chicago and at Japan's deflation problem.
  • January 25, 2010
    January 25, 2010
    Episode 01.24.10
    iPhone sales lead to big earnings for Apple. Ed Whitacre is GM's new CEO. And, encoraging discouraged workers in the job market.
  • NBR for January 22, 2010
    NBR for January 22, 2010
    Episode 01.21.10
    Top stories include: Stocks fall amid Ben Bernanke's confirmation uncertainty. Continental Airlines CEO, Jeff Smisek. Banks & executive compensation concerns.
  • NBR for January 21, 2010
    NBR for January 21, 2010
    Episode 01.20.10
    Top stories include: President Obama wants to restrict the size and activities of the nation's biggest banks. Plus, the Supreme Court rules that businesses and labor unions can spend unlimited funds on political campaigns.
  • The President's Bank Fees
    The President's Bank Fees
    Episode 01.19.10
    The government wants banks to to pay billions in fees after their historic bailout.
  • NBR for January 20, 2010
    NBR for January 20, 2010
    Episode 01.19.10
    Top stories include: MA GOP Senate seat win threatens health care reform. Berkshire Hathaway to split B shares. Street Critique with James Oberweis.
  • NBR for January 19, 2010
    NBR for January 19, 2010
    Episode 01.18.10
    Top stories include: Another loss for Citi. Nobel Prize-Winning Economist Joseph Stiglitz. Of Mutual Interest with Jerry Jordan of the Jordan Opportunity Fund.
  • NBR for January 18, 2010
    NBR for January 18, 2010
    Episode 01.17.10
    In NBR's The Obama Agenda: Year Two holiday special, NBR examines the economic challenges President Obama faces as he begins his second year in office.
  • NBR for January 15, 2010
    NBR for January 15, 2010
    Episode 01.14.10
    Top stories include:JP Morgan earnings. Robert Pozen, author of Too Big to Save - How to Fix the U.S. Financial System. Market Monitor, Marshall Front.
  • NBR for January 14, 2010
    NBR for January 14, 2010
    Episode 01.13.10
    Top stories include: President's Bank Fee. Susie Gharib talks to Phil Angelides, Head of the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission. Corporate aid for Haiti.
  • NBR for January 13, 2010
    NBR for January 13, 2010
    Episode 01.12.10
    Top stories include: NBR's Susie Gharib asks New York Fed President William Dudley about interest rates, financial reform, and much more. Plus, an update on the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission's first day of hearings.
  • NBR for January 12, 2010
    NBR for January 12, 2010
    Episode 01.11.10
    Top stories include: Preview of the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission meeting. The push for electric cars at Detroit's auto show.
  • NBR for January 11, 2010
    NBR for January 11, 2010
    Episode 01.10.10
    Top stories include: Alcoa misses on earnings, but beats on revenues. What's small is big at Detroit's auto show, and Noel Archard of Blackrock talks ETFs.
  • NBR for January 8, 2010
    NBR for January 8, 2010
    Episode 01.07.10
    Top stories include: U.S. loses jobs again in Dec. Mutual fund industry leaders discuss 401(k)s. And Market Monitor Sandy Lincoln of M&I Investment Management.
  • NBR for January 7, 2010
    NBR for January 7, 2010
    Episode 01.06.10
    Top stories include: China's Interest Rate Threatens U.S. stocks. Market insight from Howard Silverblatt of Standard and Poor's. Hospitals' & health reform.
  • NBR for January 5, 2010
    NBR for January 5, 2010
    Episode 01.05.10
    Top stories include: Auto sales numbers are in, and Ford wins among American automakers. Plus an update on the TARP for 2010. And an outlook on 2010 earnings.
  • NBR for January 6, 2010
    NBR for January 6, 2010
    Episode 01.05.10
    Top stories include: Questions about regulatory reform after Sen. Chris Dodd says he won't seek reelection. And a sit down with CME Group CEO, Craig Donohue.
  • NBR for January 4, 2010
    NBR for January 4, 2010
    Episode 01.04.10
    Top stories include: Susie Gharib interviews NYSE Euronext CEO Duncan Niederauer. Plus, Bernanke insight and NBR's Tom Hudson launches his Market Focus segment.
  • NBR for January 1, 2010
    NBR for January 1, 2010
    Episode 12.31.09
    In this holiday special, Anchors Susie Gharib and Tom Hudson and the NBR team look back at the financial year that was and get the investment outlook for 2010.
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