The global economy risks protracted “sub-par growth,” the IMF warned on Thursday, as economists continue slicing their forecasts.
Frank Lavin, chairman and CEO of Export Now, thinks China may struggle to maintain growth of about 6.5% for the next five years unless it reforms aggressively.
Francis Lun, CEO of GEO Securities, identifies the differences between China's and Hong Kong's stock markets' response to economic data.
Martin Lakos, division director at Macquarie Private Wealth, reveals why the thinks China's third quarter will turn out to be the bottom of the cycle.
Carl Tannenbaum, chief economist at Northern Trust thinks China's economic reforms will take time and care to achieve results, as the country shifts to a new normal.
The Federal Reserve needs to normalize monetary policy before economic factors force a faster pace of tightening, warns Michael Spencer, co-head of global economics at Deutsche Bank.
Paul Pong, managing director of Pegasus Fund Managers, explains why China's weak data is a surprising boon for the economy.
Michael Spencer, co-head of global economics at Deutsche Bank, says that, aside from temporary spikes in food prices, China's inflation rate is weak but stable.
Michael Spencer, co-head of global economics of Deutsche Bank, shares why further weakening in the yuan is unlikely.
Michael Kurtz, global head of equity strategy at Nomura, reckons the most important message to markets is that China's data won't show a hard landing.
Simon Male, head of Asian equities at Auerbach Grayson, discusses why China's markets don't reflect the country's weak overall demand.
China has an amazing savings rate, cash-financed assets, and most big companies have vast amounts of cash on their balance sheet, says Uwe Parpart, MD & head of research at Reorient Financial Markets.
Sure, the jump in the headline number of the jobs report was exciting but here's the best part, says Dan Alpert of Westwood Capital.
Fed President Charles Evans talks about the rate of growth in the U.S. economy and why it's important the Fed is able to respond to the economy and inflation - whether it's too weak or too strong.
Chicago Fed President Charles Evans, weighs in on the next FOMC meeting and the likelihood of a rate hike in December.
I would like to see wage growth increase, says, Chicago Fed President Charles Evans, talking with CNBC's Steve Liesman about Friday's robust jobs report.
CNBC's Steve Liesman; Rebecca Patterson, Bessemer Trust; Jeffrey Rosenberg, BlackRock; William Rodgers, Rutgers University, and Gary Stern, former Minneapolis Fed president, share their thoughts on the latest jobs numbers.
CNBC's Hampton Pearson reports the latest numbers on private sector jobs growth from the Labor Department.
CNBC's Mary Thompson reports on the rise of job opportunities in 3D printing.
Rebecca Patterson, Bessemer Trust; Jeffrey Rosenberg, BlackRock; William Rodgers, Rutgers University, and Gary Stern, former Minneapolis Fed president, provide a preview of the jobs report and its implications for interest rates.