The Federal Open Market Committee holds its first meeting today under new leader Ben Bernanke. The Fed Chairman might be new, but analysts expect more of the same when it comes to interest rates. Amy Scott reports.
The Chinese have been enjoying cheap gasoline because the government controls the price. Over the weekend, China bumped up prices 3% to 5%. But as Jocelyn Ford reports, that's not much.
Newsweek Wall Street editor Allan Sloan debunks the myth that the stock market is nearing a five-year high. He talks with host Scott Jagow.
The nation's number one drug retailer is scheduled to report quarterly earnings today. And as Patrick Hirsch reports, the long-term prognosis for the company is good.