The U.S. Labor Department said Friday that the unemployment rate dropped to 5.1 percent in August, but does that rate tell the real story?» Read More
The Fed has a minimum jobs number in mind for a September hike and it's nowhere near the consensus, according to a Pimco executive.
If the unemployment rate hits 5.1 in Friday's jobs report, the odds of a Fed rate hike this month go way up, Jeremy Siegel said
There's a sentiment of depression and cautiousness hovering over the fixed income market this week as many traders take to the sidelines.
Everyone is blaming China for the recent stock-market rout. But this is much bigger than that, says trader Brian Kelly.
Wall Street may be torn about when the Fed will raise benchmark interest rates, but bond traders appear to be bracing for an imminent rate hike.
Recent market volatility should not give the Federal Reserve pause in raising interest rates, Richard Fisher said.
Why do we have to wait for a month to get the jobs report? We should get updates every day, says Tony Fratto.
The treasury secretary, in an exclusive CNBC interview, also said the stock market turmoil isn't a major concern at this point.
Most of the country is experiencing solid growth, with only the energy sector providing a drag, the Federal Reserve reported Thursday.
Currency wars are one reason Michael Farr thinks the Fed will either defer the first rate hike to next year or do one small move and then pause.
Bill Gross said the Fed may have missed its window of opportunity to hike rates and normalizing now could create "self-inflicted instability."
Tremors in the world's second largest economy has shaken markets. But other factors are also at work: US stock overvaluations and the Fed.
Recent market turmoil has sent the VIX soaring above 30. But if history is any indication, a high reading would mean no rate hike.
Despite international headwinds, U.S. and European strength could provide some equities buying opportunities, experts said.
Wall Street could be in for another rocky ride Wednesday.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer is revealing which stocks can withstand pressure from China.
Jim Cramer provides his perspective on why the U.S. is not ready for a rate hike right now.
We have what traders call "degrossing," where participants are simply taking down overall exposure a bit.
U.S. stock futures opened Tuesday evening trading slightly negative, implying a roughly flat open based on fair value.
The jobs target needed to raise interest rates has "largely been met," but other metrics are unclear, the Fed's Eric Rosengren said.