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CNBC's Bob Pisani and Art Cashin, of UBS, discuss how traders and the Fed are digesting jobs data, and the current economic picture.
CNBC's Steve Liesman reviews the results of a new national survey on consumer attitudes towards finance by the Federal Reserve.
CNBC's morning guests address the question of whether the U.S. economy really has turned a corner and where the country is headed from this point. Guests include Macy's CEO Terry Lundgren; incoming GM CEO Mary Barra; Target CEO Gregg Steinhafel; and Ford CEO Alan Mulally.
If Obama's three nominees to the Fed are approved, the country would have a dream team at the head of the central bank, says Pimco's Mohamed El-Erian.
Dennis Gartman, founder, editor and publisher of the The Gartman Letter, says non-farm payroll numbers are "pulled from thin air" and have no consistency.
Garry Evans, Global Head of Equity Strategy at HSBC, explains his underweight call on the U.S. and the Japanese equity markets for 2014.
Target says up to 110 million customers were impacted by the data breach. Rush Taggart, CardConnect chief security officer, provides insight on EMV cards that have computer chips and pin technology.
CNBC's Jeff Cox thinks the Fed will move their unemployment target as early as January; and Jon Hilsenrath, Wall Street Journal, provides perspective.
The Fed's bond-buying program has done little for jobs, BlackRock's chief CIO of fixed income says.
Discussing how the stock and bond markets reacted to December's weak employment report, with Dani Hughes, Divine Capital; Steve Sachs, Pro Shares Advisors; Mark Eibel, Russell Investments; and CNBC's Steve Liesman and Rick Santelli.
A top Federal Reserve official said he is "disinclined" to focus on December's jobs data alone as he considers the bond-purchase taper.
CNBC's Rick Santelli discusses bond prices and yields.
Despite weak December employment, the Fed should reduce its bond purchases by $10 billion next month, said Jan Hatzius, the firm's chief economist.
The shocking drop in December job creation to the worst level in three years raises questions about the direction of Fed policy.
Antonin Jullier, global head of equity trading strategy at Citi, explains why the low U.S. jobs number is not "necessarily important."
Discussing if the big miss on jobs is hurting the markets, with Stephen Wood, Russell Investments chief market strategist, and Bob Baur, Principal Global Investors chief global economist. Baur thinks the markets will ignore the number and acceleration will continue.
CNBC's Rick Santelli discusses the employment report and explains what people really need to do to break into the labor market.
Jan Hatzius, chief economist at Goldman Sachs, who had estimated that 200,000 jobs would be added in December, talks about the probable reasons for the weak report.
Any way you slice it, this was a bad jobs report. But here's why you shouldn't worry about it, says Thomas Kee of Stock Traders Daily.
CNBC's Steve Liesman reports President Obama will nominate Stan Fischer to be Vice Chairman of the Federal Reserve and Jerome Powell to continue as Fed Governor.
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