TOKYO, Oct 1- Big Japanese manufacturers were slightly more optimistic in the third quarter but service-sector sentiment worsened, a central bank survey showed, adding to signs that a solid economic pickup will remain elusive without another burst of stimulus.» Read More
Ahead of Friday's nonfarm payrolls, Timothy Riddell, Head of Global Markets Research at ANZ, expects a surprise upside in the data.
Eddie Tam, CEO of Central Asset Investments, explains that unlike last year, a dismal jobs report on Friday won't trigger a policy response from the Fed.
Elaine Chao, Former U.S. Secretary of Labor from 2001 to 2009, explains why the U.S. economy isn't seeing the type of rebound that is normally expected after a recession.
After being burned by December's miserable jobs number, traders are more than ready to write off any weakness in the upcoming report to bad weather.
Eswar Prasad, Senior Professor of Trade Policy at Cornell University, says while the U.S. economy remains resilient, the labor market isn't as strong as other sectors.
Dan Greenhaus, Chief Global Strategist at BTIG, explains why markets won't be surprised if Friday's jobs report comes in weaker-than-expected.
A former SAC Capital Advisors portfolio manager has been convicted of helping his firm earn more than a quarter billion dollars illegally through insider trading.
A long recession and the exportation of jobs overseas have left many American men unable to find work.
Economist David Rosenberg has gone from perma-bear to cautious optimist, but there's one thing keeping him up at night: The precarious jobs market.
Gamblers around the world lost $440 billion last year, and the industry is growing. The US is the biggest market, but China is rising.
Tech companies didn't push real estate prices higher: Tech companies were drawn to places that were already expensive, according to a new report.
CNBC's Rick Santelli and Mark Grant, Southwest Securities managing director, discuss the European economy, Japanese bonds and the trouble in Puerto Rico.
The European Union will reportedly offer to lift tariffs on nearly all goods imported from the United States
Drought-stricken California farmers are expected to idle 500,000 acres of cropland in a record production loss that could cost billions.
U.S. employers planned to cut payrolls by 45,107 in January, up 47 percent from December, according to outplacement firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas.
Societe Generale strategist Albert Edwards predicts a global recession with equity valuations dropping to their lowest levels in a generation.
Peter Cardillo, Chief Market Economist at Rockwell Global Capital, attributes weak U.S. economic data to seasonal factors but is optimistic on job creation.
CNBC's Asia Squawk Box team discuss potential risks to the U.S. recovery, including the impact of weather-related distortions.
Greg Gibbs, Senior Currency Strategist at RBS, says a fall in U.S. yields indicates that markets have already priced in a disappointing nonfarm payrolls report.
Axel Merk, President and Chief Investment Officer at Merk Investments, says the U.S. central bank needs to give markets more clarity as to the direction of monetary policy.
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