Thomas Perez, Labor Secretary for the U.S. Department of Labor weighs in on the February jobs report and his views on the economy and the 2016 election.
Jon Forster of Impax picks green tech and other environmental winners and losers from oil’s decline.
Frost & Sullivan's Satish Lele identifies operational efficiency, industrial IoT and big data analytics as the big automation themes of 2016.
The focus is on NFP because wage growth and jobs creation will support consumption trends, explains REYL Singapore's Daryl Liu.
CNBC's Rick Santelli reports the latest on the ISM non-manufacturing index reading of 53.4 for February and other economic data releases.
CNBC's Rick Santelli reports the latest data for the ISM manufacturing index in February and construction spending for January.
China's PMI factory orders component indicates that the economy is slowing, says Pu Yonghao from Fountainhead Partners.
Twin gauges of Chinese factory activity revealed slowing growth in February, underpinning the case for stimulus a day after the PBOC cut the reserve requirement ratio.
Slowing momentum in Japanese capital investment in Q4 suggests a revision downward on GDP is imminent, commentators said.
Boeing's next board chair will be company veteran Dennis Muilenburg, the company said.
China's industrial overcapacity is made worse by local protectionism of loss-making firms, says Jorg Wuttke from the EU Chamber of Commerce in China.
Is deflation still a real risk for China? GAM Fund Manager, Jian Shi Cortesi weighs in, following the country’s latest CPI data.
Justin Long, Stephens railroad analyst, discusses the ripple effect of crude's crush and declining rail demand on the railroad sector.
China's first privately run airline commits to buying 12 Boeing planes as it plans to grow its fleet.
Japan's core machinery orders rose at a slower-than-expected pace in December but companies expect orders to accelerate in January-March.
India's bureaucracy makes foreign investors hesitant and slows India's manufacturing push, explains Adrian Mowat from JPMorgan.
James Metcalf, USG Corporation Chairman, President & CEO, discusses improving prices, where the company is innovating and his thoughts on a falling stock price this year.
China's rise as a global manufacturer has reduced U.S. manufacturing employment, explains David Autor, co-author of The China Shock: Learning from Labour Market Adjustment to Large Changes in Trade.
The company is expected to add 500k units in annual capacity in 2018.
With several markets closed for the Lunar New Year and only a smattering of Asian data due, it may be a rare quiet week for investors.