Wall Street Journal: What's News
Jobless Claims Drop Again12/18/14
Patrice Sikora reports on the latest jobless claims, Blackberry's New Classic, what new ties with Cuba will mean and more.
Stocks Rally After Fed Announcent
Tyrone Johnson discusses the early stock market rally with David Miller, chief investment officer for Catalyst Mutual Fund.
Jobless Claims Remain Under 300K
Tim Hopper, chief economist for TIAA-CREF discusses the latest weekly job numbers with WSJ's Tyrone Johnson.
Sony Cancels Release Of Political Comedy
WSJ's Bill Fantini reports the top headlines from today's Wall Street Journal - including word that Sony has succumbed to a terrorist threat.
Bush Vs. Christie For GOP Nod?
Josh Dawsey and WSJ This Morning's Gordon Deal discuss what Jeb Bush's move toward a presidential campaign means for NJ Gov. Chris Christie.
Monster Midweek on Wall Street
Markets fly high after Fed says it's not sure when interest rates will go up. Sony cancels the premier of 'The Interview'. Something smells at Avon.
Stocks Spiked Broadly Higher At The Close
FedEx disappoints in second quarter earnings, SeaWorld Entertainment makes job cuts, Blackberry unveils a "Classic," and Dish adds the Netflix app to its latest set-top boxes. Jen Ursillo has these stories and more.
Fed Sticks to Patient Tack on Rates
Mike Englund of Action Economics in Denver discusses the latest Fed statement with WSJ's Hank Weisbecker.
A Patient FOMC
The Federal is being patient about raising interest rates; Consumer prices slipped last month; General Mills disappoints in its latest quarter; Mike Weinstein has those details and more.
Getting Hired - Proving You Can Get the Job Done
Robert Davidson, founder of the Fanrod Group, and WSJ's Mathew Passy discuss how applicants can convince workers that they are capable of getting the job done.
Oil's Plunge Is Pushing Mortgage Rates Down
Nick Timiraos tells WSJ This Morning's Gordon Deal about the impact low oil prices are having on mortgage rates.
Stocks Rise As Investors Await Word From the FOMC
Stocks are higher with investors looking ahead to the conclusion of the Federal Reserve's two-day policy meeting this afternoon; We applied for fewer home loans last week; Consumer prices fall along with the price of oil; Mike Weinstein has those...
Stocks Open Better As Foreign Factors Stabilize
WSJ's Tyrone Johnson discusses the opening of the stock market with Jim Dunigan, chief investment officer for PNC Asset Management.
Consumer Prices Fall At Steepest Rate In Six Years
WSJ's Tyrone Johnson talks about the low November CPI numbers with Jamie Cox, managing partner, Harris Financial Group.
Russian Ruble Loses More Value
Hear the top headlines from today's Wall Street Journal - including the broad impact of a continued slide in the value of the Russian Ruble. WSJ's Bill Fantini reports.
Poll Results For 2016 Presidential Election
Reid Epstein and WSJ This Morning's Gordon Deal discuss the results of a recent poll about whom voters would support in the next Presidential election.
How To Pick Your Battles On The Job
Sue Shellenbarger and WSJ This Morning's Gordon Deal discuss picking your battles in the workplace.
Sony Has Second Thoughts
Sony worries about its latest movie premiere. Athletic shoe maker Puma tries to claw back to relevance. McDonalds looks to cut the quarter pounder.
Stocks Fell At The Close
Construction on new homes fell, T-Mobile will let you carry over your unused minutes, Coca-Cola----OUT and Amazon extends its free shipping deadline. Jen Ursillo has these stories and more.
The Federal Reserve Begins its Two Day Meeting
Investors await the results of the latest Federal Reserve policy meeting that began today; The falling price of oil affects global markets; Say good-bye to Chrysler; Mike Weinstein has those stories and more.
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