NTD Business Full Broadcast (June 15)

The Federal Reserve is delivering the biggest rate hike since 1994. It’s trying to cool down the economy and tame inflation.

As interest rates move higher, what does that mean for home prices? Are they coming down? We ask people in the industry what they’re seeing.

Caterpillar is ditching Illinois and moving its headquarters to Texas. Some other big companies are leaving the state too.

Microsoft is saying goodbye to Internet Explorer, shutting the browser down after 27 years.

A Chicago startup is helping people turn their dreams into reality by connecting aspiring artists with industry experts.

Topics in this episode include:

1. Fed Applies Biggest Rate Hike in Decades
2. Are Home Prices Coming Down?
3. Biden Blasts Oil Refiners for Prices, Profits
4. Economist: Pro-Growth Policies Ease Inflation
5. Tips for Saving Money as Travel Costs Rise
6. Iconic Firms Relocating Headquarters
7. Lego to Build $1B Plant in Virginia
8. Protégé, the Dream Maker
9. Internet Explorer to Shut Down on Wednesday
10. Instagram Testing Features for Teens
11. Fisher Price Issues Warning for Baby Rockers
12. Kawasaki Develops Goat-Shaped Robot