CNBC's Steve Liesman and Mark Zandy, Moody's Analytics, check out the monthly employment numbers. We are on track to full employment by late 2016, predicts Zandy.» Read More
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As investors sift through a raft of earnings news today, they are also turning their focus on Friday's jobs report, with Joseph Tanious, J.P. Morgan Funds.
This Friday will bring the last jobs report before the election - and a currency trading opportunity.
CNBC's Steve Liesman, reports on ADP's changing jobs report methodology, and discussing whether the changes will result in more accurate readings on the government's payroll report, with Mark Zandi, Moody's Analytics, and Jan Siegmund, ADP.
Friday's better than expected US jobs number sparked intense debate over the validity of the data. Squawk Box Europe discuss the general validity of employment numbers.
Laura Fitzsimmons, VP, Futures & Options, JPMorgan Investment Bank explains why she believes the jobs data from the U.S. can be trusted. She adds that the latest round of data is not enough to deter the Fed from QE.
Russell Jones, Global Head of Fixed Income Strategy, Westpac Institutional Bank says that the job report on Friday is nothing to get too excited about as the economy is growing just 'about trend.'
Carly Fiorina, former chairman and CEO of Hewlett-Packard, explains why she doesn't think the jobs number is a conspiracy, and discusses whether Romney can keep momentum from the presidential debates.
Europe for now has a grip on the debt crisis, this strategist says, and he is ready to trade the improving market mood.
CNBC's Steve Liesman reports on the differences between the jobs results from the household survey versus the payroll. Gary Burnison, Korn Ferry CEO, shares his reaction to the jobs data and discusses which industries are hiring now.
Stocks are higher on today's positive jobs report. Kenny Polcari, ICAP; and CNBC's Sue Herera and Bob Pisani, provide perspective.
CNBC's Sharon Epperson reports how metal commodities traded after the release of September's jobs data.
Marc Morial, National Urban League president/CEO, and Ron Christie, Christie Strategies founder/CEO, discuss September's jobs data and just how much credit President Obama should get for the positive numbers.
Jared Bernstein, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities senior fellow, shares his take on whether the Obama administration is manipulating labor laws and addresses the issue of unsubstantiated allegations BLS numbers were manipulated.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports the Office of Management and Budget's argument on the WARN Act. Senator John McCain (R-AZ), shares his take on the Obama administration, and whether the federal labor law is being violated, saying he wouldn't put anything past this Administration.
CNBC's Steve Liesman breaks down September's jobs data; and Rep. Allen West (R-FL), shares his opinions on the 7.8 percent unemployment rate. "I am very questionable of what we do see coming out of this administration because the numbers don't add up," he says.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics jobs report shows unemployment falling below 8 percent. The 'Fast Money' pros weigh in.
Art Cashin, UBS, says despite an improved jobs outlook in the U.S., uncertainties in Europe remain the main driver of the markets now.
Rich Ilczyszyn, CEO and founder of iiTrader and a "Futures Now" trader, breaks down the important levels to watch for gold.
A jobs report looms and South African unrest weighs on the rand — it's time for your FX Fix.