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  • Deutsche Bank's LaVorgna: Jobs report good, but ... Friday, 6 Nov 2015 | 1:31 PM ET
    A new employee fills out paperwork as he starts his new job at Smoothe King in Miami, Florida.

    Don't expect U.S. job gains to keep growing at the same pace as last month, Deutsche Bank's Joe LaVorgna said.

  • Nov 6- Wall Street's top banks expect the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates in December, and most brokerages said their conviction around such a move had increased in the last month, according to a Reuters poll conducted on Friday. Several officials, including Fed Chair Janet Yellen, have suggested in recent days that a move in December is a distinct...

  • *Dollar at six-month high against euro. NEW YORK, Nov 6- The dollar jumped against major world currencies on Friday after data showed the U.S. economy created far more jobs than expected in October, bolstering the case for an interest rate increase from the Federal Reserve next month. "I think will be sustained and will continue in the coming week," said Kathy Lein,...

  • Blowout jobs report puts ball back in Fed's court Friday, 6 Nov 2015 | 12:35 PM ET
    Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen

    While there are 40 days and a minefield or three to negotiate before the next Fed meeting, markets believe they know what's going to happen.

  • Nov 6- Two U.S. central bank policymakers on Friday hailed surprisingly strong monthly jobs figures, which have cemented the view that the Federal Reserve is likely to raise rates in December. Louis Fed President James Bullard and Chicago Fed President Charles Evans said the jobs numbers were very good. "We are doing about as good as we could ever do," Bullard said in...

  • *Syngenta rises on reports of possible DuPont deal. MILAN/ LONDON, Nov 6- European stock markets edge higher on Friday after stronger than expected U.S. jobs data boosted the dollar, lifting export-oriented stocks like autos, although Cartier brand-owner Richemont plunged after warning of tough times ahead. This week Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said the...

  • Cramer: Now’s your chance to raise, Fed! Friday, 6 Nov 2015 | 9:53 AM ET
    Jim Cramer on "Squawk on the Street."

    After the surging October jobs report, Jim Cramer says investors can expect bank stocks to start rising.

  • Santelli: US dollar real winner today Friday, 6 Nov 2015 | 9:45 AM ET
    Santelli: US dollar real winner today

    CNBC's Rick Santelli takes a look at the spread between Treasurys and the strength in the U.S. dollar.

  • WASHINGTON, Nov 6- Solid growth in the number of U.S. jobs last month greatly boosts the case for a December interest rate hike by the Federal Reserve, where policymakers have begun to worry the economy might eventually overheat without higher borrowing costs. Employers outside of farming added 271,000 jobs in October and the jobless rate fell to 5.0 percent, a...

  • *Gold heads for eighth day of losses. LONDON, Nov 6- Gold fell to a three-month low on Friday and was set to post its biggest weekly drop since 2013 after U.S. data showed job growth surged in October, making it likely the Federal Reserve will hike interest rates in December. Gold could retrace to the lows for the year, "he added.

  • The Labor Department report showed nonfarm payrolls increased by 271,000 in October, beating the 180,000 expected. "This is without question the sort of report that will continue to keep the hike conversation for December alive and well," said Tom Porcelli, Chief U.S. Economist at RBC Capital Markets in New York.

  • *Average hourly earnings increase 9 cents. WASHINGTON, Nov 6- U.S. job growth surged in October after two straight months of tepid gains, with the unemployment rate hitting a 7-1/ 2- year low in a show of domestic strength that makes it almost likely the Federal Reserve will hike interest rates in December. Nonfarm payrolls increased 271,000 last month, the largest...

  • *The report by the Labor Department, due at 8:30 a.m. ET, is expected to show that nonfarm payrolls increased 180,000 in October, above the 139,000 jobs per month average for August and September. **Nvidia's shares rose 10 percent to $30.50 premarket after the chipmaker's third-quarter results beat expectations. *TripAdvisor fell 9.2 percent to $75.50 after...

  • Peter Schiff

    Market contrarian Peter Schiff explains why this Christmas could mark the start of the next recession.

  • How will markets react to the nonfarm payroll? Friday, 6 Nov 2015 | 5:50 AM ET
    How will markets react to the nonfarm payroll?

    Alan Knuckman, chief market strategist at Bulls Eye Option, expects markets to continue to rally.

  • *Gold gains after seven days of losses. LONDON, Nov 6- Gold rose on Friday on lower European stocks, but was set to post its biggest weekly drop since July as investors shunned the metal on renewed speculation of a December U.S. rate hike. "The technical picture has weakened this week after the Fed officials' comments, and prices are struggling above the $1,100 area,"...

  • Data suggests a strong job market: Economist Friday, 6 Nov 2015 | 5:00 AM ET
    Data suggests a strong job market: Chief economist

    John Silvia, chief economist of Wells Fargo Securities, comments on the U.S. job market ahead of the monthly nonfarm payroll numbers release.

  • LONDON, Nov 6- German Bund yields held close to their highest in two weeks on Friday ahead of key U.S. jobs data that could have a decisive impact on expectations about the chances of a Federal Reserve interest rate hike next month. With the European Central Bank now widely expected to opt for more monetary stimulus to lift inflation in the euro area, a strong U.S....

  • *Syngenta rises on reports of possible DuPont deal. LONDON, Nov 6- European stock markets fell on Friday, with luxury goods stocks among the worst performers after Richemont warned of tough times ahead. Shares in Swiss agriculture company Syngenta rose more than 3 percent after media reports of a possible deal with DuPont.

  • TOKYO, Nov 6- Asian shares slipped on Friday as investors braced for U.S. employment data that is expected to bolster the case for a Federal Reserve interest rate increase as early as next month. European stocks were set to be little changed on the open, with financial spreadbetters expecting Britain's FTSE 100 to start the day flat to 0.2 percent higher, Germany's...