Roy Teo, senior FX strategist at ABN AMRO Bank, expects the U.S. economy to add around 200,000 new jobs in August and September, painting the picture of an improving job market for the Fed.» Read More
Mitul Kotecha, head of FX strategy, Asia Pacific at Barclays, explains his above-consensus forecast for the U.S. nonfarm payrolls report due Thursday.
David Mann, chief economist, Asia at Standard Chartered, says the robust U.S. employment report reinforces expectations for the Fed to raise interest rates in September.
The better-than-expected May jobs report means the Fed is one step closer to raising interest rates this year, says Masood Vojdani, founder of MV Financial.
CNBC's Jeff Cox breaks down the numbers behind May's jobs report.
Jim Paulsen, Wells Capital Management, shares his thoughts on Friday's strong nonfarm payroll numbers and why the Fed needs to "get in the game" to calm the markets down.
CNBC's Steve Liesman discusses Friday's nonfarm payroll numbers. And Barbara Reinhard, Credit Suisse, and Kenneth Rogoff weigh in on whether Friday's robust jobs number will likely prompt the Fed to hike rates earlier than expected.
CNBC's Rick Santelli shares his reaction to the latest employment data and what it indicates about the U.S. economy and likely Fed policy in the months ahead.
CNBC's Hampton Pearson breaks down the latest jobs numbers.
Todd Horwitz, author and founder of Averagejoeoptions.com, discusses his expectations for the nonfarm payrolls, and the U.S. market' reaction when it comes to what's happening in Europe.
Boris Schlossberg, managing director at BK Asset Management, gives his expectations on the latest nonfarm payroll data, whilst weighing in on the Fed's potential for a rate hike.
With markets pricing in a strong nonfarm payrolls report, a surprise downside could result in a reversal of dollar strength, says Christy Tan, head of Markets Strategy, Asia at NAB.
Alan Gayle, director of Asset Allocation at RidgeWorth Investments, discusses news that U.S. nonfarm productivity fell more sharply than initially thought in the first quarter.
Yields rose on Monday after data suggested the world's largest economy was on a more steady path to recovery after a soft patch in the first quarter.
U.S. stock index futures tracked Asian and European equities higher on Monday, after indifferent data from China raised expectations of further stimulus.
If the Fed raises interest rates in September, U.S. markets could see a 10 percent correction sometime over the next 1-5 years, says Andrew Keene, founder of Keene On The Market.
Dominic Schnider, head of the Commodity & APAC Forex Department at UBS Wealth Management and Marc Faber, editor & publisher of the Gloom, Boom & Doom Report, debate when the Fed will raise interest rates.
Mark Luschini, chief investment strategist at Janney Montgomery Scott, says Friday's data show jobs growth getting back on trend and could fuel expectations that a liftoff in U.S. rates will happen in 2015.
Diane Swonk, Mesirow Financial chief economist, and David Kelly, JPMorgan Funds chief global strategist, discuss economic performance and jobs report data. The labor market is like a toddler learning to walk, says Swonk.
Jim Paulson, Wells Capital Management, and Ethan Harris, BofA Merrill Lynch, weigh in on Friday's employment report and what it indicates about the markets and economy.
Kevin Hassett, American Enterprise Institute; Neera Tanden, Center for American Progress; and Austan Goolsbee, Booth School of Business, share their thoughts on Friday's nonfarm payroll numbers. CNBC's Steve Liesman and Rick Santelli, provide insight.