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"Nightly Business Report produced by CNBC" (NBR) is an award-winning and highly-respected nightly business news program that airs on public television. Televisions longest-running evening business news broadcast, "NBR" features in-depth coverage and analysis of the biggest financial news stories of…


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    Charting Returns, Strikes & Stocks, and Demand Destruction 9-28-23

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2023 44:41

    The biggest returns against a backdrop of soaring yields and oil prices, according to one 5-star fund manager. Plus, another strike looms over the economy – this time in the health care space. We'll speak with the union rep about the negotiations and look at the stocks that could be at risk. And on private lender sees “demand destruction” the current environment. He'll join us from CNBC's “Delivering Alpha” to explain.

    The Value Names to Buy Now, Cannabis and Capital, and the Everything Shutdown 9/27/23

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2023 43:30

    Value has taken a back seat to growth for the past 15 years, but the tide may be turning—we get the names to buy and hold onto for the long-term. The Senate Banking Committee passes a key piece of legislation for the cannabis industry. Plus…is the government shutdown about spending? Border security? The war in Ukraine? Why one policy analyst calls this the “Seinfeld shutdown.”

    Economic Pressure Points, Real Estate Magnate Don Peebles, and Consumer Credit Risk 9/26/23

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2023 50:05

    Between rising rates, the UAW strike, and a potential government shutdown, we've got every economic pressure point covered for investors. Plus, real estate magnate Don Peebles joins us to weigh in on the health of the housing market and commercial real estate, including the one city where he's waiting to see a wave of defaults before buying up properties. And Bank of America is slashing their estimates on a pair of department stores on rising consumer risks. You won't believe the shocking numbers behind these retailers' revenues.

    The $2 trillion deficit: how did we get here? 9/25/23

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2023 3:39

    Kelly opines on the soaring national debt. 

    Who is really raising rates in Washington? 9/25/23

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2023 4:07

    Kelly explains why the Fed isn't to blame for interest rates rising here.

    Shutdown Showdown, Hospitality Headaches and Jeff Currie's Exit Interview 9/25/23

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2023 44:45

    With just days until a government shutdown, Raymond James' Ed Mills takes a look at the potential impact on both stocks and bonds. Nevermind the office space, here's the hospitality industry. Why hotels could be the next commercial real estate headache. Plus, Goldman's Jeff Currie makes the bullish case for copper and oil in his last on-air interview while at the firm. 

    Perfect Storm for Private Equity, UAW Expands its Strike, and In Da Club-onomics 9/22/23

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2023 47:59

    There's a perfect storm brewing for private equity as rates continue to rise, according to Dan Rasmussen. The UAW expands its strikes at GM and Stellantis facilities, the impact that could have on both production and share prices. Plus, if you've got a spare $200k, NYC has a club for that. We go inside the rapid rise of high society's private clubs. 

    From the Desk of Kelly Evans: The Less United Nations 9/22/23

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2023 4:47

    Kelly explains why the U.N. General Assembly meeting might be losing its political luster.

    Wrong Answer, Stocks Stalling, DTC Divergence - 9/21/23

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2023 47:16

    Legendary economist John Taylor joins the show to weigh in on how the Federal Reserve should grapple with the glut of government debt that seems to be pushing yields higher. Plus, with stocks stalling and yields at multi-year highs, is the bond market the place to be buying right now? We'll debate. And Klaviyo's debut could be an opportunity to invest in the DTC space… one analyst joins us to make his case.

    The Fed Decision: Live from Washington, D.C. 9/20/23

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2023 47:28

    We're live in Washington, D.C. ahead of the Federal Reserve decision on interest rates. And while the Fed is expected to pause, there is plenty of uncertainty around labor strikes, rising energy prices, and a looming government shutdown. We'll look at what it all means for investors and consumers as rising rates take a bite out of their buying power.

    From the Desk of Kelly Evans: Is Trouble Brewing for Private Equity? 9/20/23

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2023 4:29

    Kelly explains why private equity could find itself becoming a casualty of the Fed's rate hikes.

    The Exchange 9/19/23

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2023 45:23

    Listen to the day's top stories, the must reads & a whole lot more for today's modern investor.

    Fantasyland, The Perfect Storm, Window Closing 9/18/23

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2023 43:29

    Yields on the move ahead of Wednesday's Fed meeting and our market guest warns that it's NOT good news for stocks, saying anyone who thinks otherwise is living in fantasyland. Plus, what impact will the strike have on the economy? Rapid Ratings' James Gellert joins us with the perfect storm he sees forming on the horizon. And one media analyst says the window for Disney CEO Bob Iger to get a good deal for ABC may be closing. He'll join us to explain.

    Strike Ripples. Returns Getting Harder, 3 Buy & a Bail IPO Edition 9/15/23

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2023 47:29

    Mary Barra says she put a historic offer on the table, but UAW workers disagree, and instead, have now begun a historic strike. There will be ripple effects throughout the economy. We'll have the latest, and look at just how wide those ripples could get. Plus, our market guest says he still sees gains ahead but they will be much harder to come by from here. He joins us to explain how to find them, and the names he's buying right now. And on the heels of ARM's big trading debut, we have a special three buys and a bail—2023 IPO edition. 

    From the Desk of Kelly Evans: China Looms Over the Autoworkers' Strike 9/15/23

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2023 5:43

    Kelly explains why we're at one of the biggest inflection points the auto industry has ever seen.

    From the Desk of Kelly Evans: Boring IPOs are better IPOs 9/14/23

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2023 3:31

    Kelly explains why a lot of hype isn't always best when it comes to IPOs – especially these days.

    The Right to Buy Arm(s), Softbank's Pricing Problem, and Fast Casual Winners 9/14/23

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2023 45:03

    Shares of Softbank's chip company, Arm, higher in their public debut…we discuss what it means for the likes of Instacart and Birkenstock's impending offerings. But NYU's Aswath Damadoran says he's “skeptical of anything they touch,” warning about Softbank's tendencies to overprice and underdeliver.Plus, fast casual restaurant stocks have been beaten up as of late, but Raymond James has names they say are poised to break out. 

    It's the Economy, Stupid, The Case for $100 Oil, and Developing San Francisco 9/13/23

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2023 43:28

    Core inflation coming in a little hotter than expected in August, but the street taking it in stride. If we've exited what one economist calls ‘the regime of high inflation,' what should investors be watching now? And speaking of a bump in inflation, Bank of America sees $100 oil as a possibility by year-end. Plus, buying buildings at land prices…a West Coast-based commercial real estate developer tells us what he's got planned for San Francisco.

    From the Desk of Kelly Evans: CPI takes a backseat 9/13/23

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2023 3:31

    Kelly explains why the inflation data doesn't matter the way it once did.

    Apple's Big Event, CNBC's Top Financial Advisor's Best Ideas, and Needham's Tesla Caution 9/12/23

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2023 44:03

    Apple debuts its iPhone at its flagship event in Cupertino. CNBC's annual top Financial Advisors list is out and the #1 advisor joins with his best small cap buys now. Plus, Morgan Stanley's all in on Tesla, but Needham says not so fast. 

    Chips & Channels, IPO Crystal Ball, and China Conundrum 9/11/23

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2023 43:52

    Two deals dominating the news: Apple & Qualcomm and Disney & Charter. We'll bring you the headlines and what it means for investors and consumers. Plus, Instacart's valuation falling to a fraction of what it was just a couple of years ago. And finally, some signs of life for China's economy! Are the concerns about its looming collapse overblown? We'll debate. 

    The Exchange 9/8/23

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2023 43:32

    Listen to the day's top stories, the must reads & a whole lot more for today's modern investor.

    From The Desk of Kelly Evans: The Strange Celebration of the Slowing Economy 9/8/23

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2023 3:35

    Kelly explains why when it comes to economic data, caution should still be the order of the day.

    Behind the Ban, Seeking Support, Spending Slowdown 9/7/23

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2023 44:30

    Apple falling as China could reportedly widen their iPhone ban to state-owned enterprises. We'll look at the fallout for Apple with a live report from Beijing, and a look at the technical levels, with shares seeking support amid their worst 2-day drop in nearly three years. And is energy's gain retail's pain? Gas prices are higher than usual for this time of year and that could eat into discretionary spending. We've got both sides of the story on today's show.

    Why Now, Gatekeeping & Government Bans, and a TV Tipping Point 9/6/23

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2023 44:27

    Are rising interest rates suddenly bad news? All year long, equities have largely shrugged off climbing rates - but this week seems different. Yields popping again today on the back of another round of strong economic data. And just like yesterday, that's sending stocks lower. So why are investors sounding the alarm now? Plus, Apple shares are lower on a one-two punch overseas. The E.U. naming it one of six digital "gatekeepers," while China bans government officials from using iPhones at work. Is it a minor inconvenience or just the state's first salvo against the company? Analyst Toni Sacconaghi weighs in. And have we finally reached the television tipping point? Why the fight between Disney and Charter Communications could be the beginning of the end for linear TV as we know it.

    Sweet or Sweat Spot, Key Trend to Watch, and Risky Business 9/5/23

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2023 44:46

    Goldman Sachs slashing their recession odds and one Fed Governor says we're coming off “a hell of a good week of data.” We'll debate what it all means for the Fed's next move. Plus, the key trend our market guest says poses a threat to stocks AND the Fed's 2% inflation target. And more homeowners are bailing on home insurance, but not because they can't afford it.

    Goldilocks Jobs Report, Housing Inflection Point, 3 Buys & a Bail 9/1/23

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2023 44:23

    A “Goldilocks” jobs report sent stocks higher initially, but our economist warns that a recession coming, and investors better be ready for it. Plus, home prices hit an all-time high in July but there are signs of a top coming. We have the signals that need to be on your radar. And a special 3 Buys & A Bail: Fed Playbook Edition, featuring the stocks to buy in each rate-hike scenario.

    No Surprise, Sentiment Slump, Semiconductor Strategy 8/31/23

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2023 43:54

    JPMorgan Chase's chief economist joins us after a ‘no surprise' reading from today's inflation print. He'll give us his read on the numbers and what they mean for the economy. Plus, recruiter sentiment falling to a record low – we'll look at the industries in demand ahead of tomorrow's jobs report. And semiconductors take center stage this afternoon with Broadcom and VMWare reporting after the bell. We have the numbers and narratives to know in Earnings Exchange.

    Jury Duty Market, Crypto Court Decision, and Privacy, Pets & Pricing 8/30/23

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2023 45:40

    The latest round of economic data shows signs of the cooling the Fed is hoping for, but that's not enough to convince our strategist that the U.S. can avoid a recession. He'll explain why he says stocks are in a 'jury duty market'. And we're one step closer to a spot bitcoin ETF thanks to yesterday's federal court decision. The chief policy officer of Coinbase joins us for an exclusive interview. Plus-- privacy, pets and pricing.  We'll tackle Crowdstrike, Chewy and Dollar General in today's Earnings Exchange.

    Positioned for Gains, The First Ten, and Health of Housing 8/29/23

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2023 44:27

    Consumer confidence is down but our market guest is staying positive on the markets and has one group of stocks she says is poised to benefit. Plus, the list of the first 10 drugs targeted for Medicare negotiations is out, and former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb is warning of unintended consequences. And on the heels of the latest Case-Shiller housing report, Yale Professor Robert Shiller joins us to discuss the findings and where housing prices could go from here. 

    Key Ticker, National (In)security & Earnings Exchange 8/28/23

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2023 43:49

    Nvidia, check! Powell, check! PCE and jobs on deck. And if you want to figure out where markets go from here, there's one index our guest is watching closely for clues. She joins us with the ticker and the trades she likes. Plus, from the economy to national security. It's complicated, and costly when it comes to U.S.-China relations. Fixing one of the main concerns could come with a $40 billion price tag. And finally, NIO is getting ready to report Q2 results as the China EV race heats up. We have the action, the story and the trade on that name, plus two retailers on deck. 

    Powell Stays Hawkish, Injectables Boost Profits, and Zillow Home Loan's 1% Down Payment 8/25/23

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2023 43:27

    Powell sticking to his 2% inflation target and slightly hawkish stance at Jackson Hole, but one economist says it won't be rate hikes that get us there.Packaging company Aptar Group seeing a 50% spike in sales in its pharma sales business last quarter, thanks to rising popularity of drugs like Wegovy and Ozempic…the CEO joins us to discuss. Plus, Zillow Home Loans launching a loan for qualified borrowers requiring just 1% down payment to help more potential homebuyers break into the market. A fix for affordability or a recipe for a mortgage meltdown?

    Jackson Hole Kicks Off, Nvidia's Blowout Quarter, and Splunk Makes a Splash 8/24/23

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2023 44:13

    The countdown for Fed Chair Powell's speech is on, and we've got the headlines emerging from Jackson Hole ahead of tomorrow's big event. Plus, Nvidia hitting a new all-time high after its latest blowout quarter. We'll do a deep dive on the numbers. And Splunk's CEO joins us exclusively to recap the quarter and look ahead to AI's impact on the cloud business.

    Tech's Make-or-Break Moment, Office Pain to Gain, and La-Z-Boy CEO Exclusive 8/23/23

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2023 44:20

    Can Nvidia beat expectations tonight? Our trader looks at the implications for the market and whether the AI boom is starting to cool. Plus, New York City is planning to rezone part of Midtown Manhattan to address the housing crisis. We'll speak with one company providing the financing for conversion projects. And on the heels of La-Z-Boy's results, the CEO joins us with her view on the health of the consumer and macro environment.

    Sticking Point for Stocks, Shutdown Showdown, and Pricing Power Play 8/22/23

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2023 43:49

    Soaring bond yields are worrying investors, but our strategist says this surge has him worried about a correction. Plus, ready or not, here comes another government shutdown showdown, and Goldman says it's likely to happen in the coming months. We'll look at the fallout for the Fed. And UBS is upgrading one company on its pricing power potential. The analyst behind that call joins us to make his case.

    Rising Rates & Risks, China's Troubles, and The Read on Retail 8/21/23

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2023 43:44

    As yields hit historic highs, we'll look at how it impacts your money and the Fed's next move. And with China's central bank somewhat surprising investors overnight - we've got the impact on investors in the U.S. Plus, the read on retail for three names on deck with earnings: Macy's, Baidu, and Lowe's.

    Bond Voyage, Brace or Embrace, and 3 Bails & A Buy 8/18/23

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2023 44:47

    Just as important as the jump in bond yields this week, is the question of why this is happening now. For good reasons, like better economic growth? Or for bad reasons, like too much supply and central banks losing control? We'll look at what's been driving these moves, and where you can find the best value, right now. Plus, some major earnings drama. Shares of Palo Alto Networks have dropped 17% since their company's unorthodox decision to hold their earnings call today – a Friday – after market close. Dan Ives calls it a PR disaster. But one analyst calls it a super fun summer Friday! He's not worried, has a buy on the stock, and sees a 30% upside from here. And finally, one big-name investor drastically upped his stake in a high-profile name, but one of our traders says don't follow his lead. A special 3 Bails & A Buy: 13F Edition is coming your way.

    From the Desk of Kelly Evans: The "Lazy Girl" Investment Strategy 8/18/23

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2023 4:07

    A Tale of Two Retailers, Goodwill CEO, and Mike Novogratz Live 8/17/23

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2023 44:49

    Target and Walmart reporting two very different quarters, and with student loan payments set to restart soon, we'll look at the names best positioned. Plus, the CEO of Goodwill joins us on National Thrift Shop Day with a look at the economics behind second-hand shopping. And Galaxy Digital's Mike Novogratz is here with his latest read on the market, crypto, and the Fed's next move.

    Don't Count on Cuts, Health of Banks, Housing Hedge 8/16/23

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2023 43:02

    Don't bet on the Fed cutting rates anytime soon, says our market guest. She'll tell us where she's finding opportunities. Plus, the CEO of Jack Henry joins us on the heels of earnings with a look at the health of the banks and why their stock is the worst name in the S&P 500 today. And as rates keep rising and mortgage demand drops, there's one housing name positioned to benefit from the environment. The CEO joins us ahead.

    No Landing No-Kay!, Downgrades Ahead, Health of Housing 8/15/23

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2023 43:58

    The Fed needs the economy to soften but today's retail data showing no signs of it. We look at why this could become a problem for the Fed and how you want to be positioned in this market right now. Plus, Fitch warning of possible downgrades ahead including big ones like JPMorgan Chase. Does this latest credit warning carry more weight? And homebuilder sentiment is dropping sharply. We'll speak with a builder about what he sees ahead. 

    The Exchange 8/14/23

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2023 44:27

    Listen to the day's top stories, the must reads & a whole lot more for today's modern investor.

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