Elga Bartsch, global co-head of economics at Morgan Stanley, talks about the U.S. economy ahead of the latest nonfarm payrolls data.
A closer look at U.S. nonfarm payrolls and the unemployment rate this past year.
StanChart Bank's David Mann weighs in on how U.S. jobs data may affect the Fed's views.
Nonfarm payrolls data is expected to be between 165,000 and 170,000 jobs, says Stifel Fixed Income's Lindsey Piegza.
U.S. nonfarm payrolls will come in just under 200,000, says Sam Chandan, president of Chandan Economics.
Point View WM's John Petrides says that the Italian referendum and the Fed's language could potentially roil the markets.
CNBC's Landon Dowdy reports on what investors should pay attention to in the ADP employment report for November.
Toby Lawson of Société Générale points to nonfarm payrolls, Trump's cabinet appointments and an OPEC meeting as keys this week for bonds, the dollar and stocks.
Dom Giuliano of Magellan Asset Management says spending continues to be positive in the U.S. and non-farm payrolls remain healthy for a Fed hike.
CNBC breaks down the big stories to watch out for next week.
Bill Rogers, Rutgers University Professor and Former Labor Dept. Chief Economist, and Diana Furchtgott-Roth, Manhattan Institute Senior Fellow, discuss what the October jobs report means for the presidential race.
Discussing the October nonfarm payrolls report, the state of the U.S. labor market and the economy with Elaine Chao, former U.S. Labor Secretary and Hudson Institute distinguished fellow.
Discussing the October jobs report and its potential implication for the Federal Reserve with David Kelly, JPMorgan Funds Chief Global Strategist, and Vincent Reinhart, Standish Mellon Asset Management Chief Economist.
Thomas Perez, U.S. Labor Secretary, discusses the October nonfarm payrolls report and the state of the U.S. economy.
When it comes to investment strategies for the U.S. elections, investors should stay on the sidelines, says Ecognosis Advisory's Andrew Freris.
Standard Chartered Economist Thomas Costerg says his nonfarm payrolls forecast dipped slightly below consensus because recent jobs data have been softer.
The market may be increasingly pricing in the chances of a December Fed hike, but Chicago Fed President Charles Evans was noncommittal.
The U.S. needs to be create 250,000 jobs per month just to keep up with population growth, says Jeremy O'Friel, MD at Belmont Investments.
Charles Evans, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, talks about the September jobs report and how the labor market hasn't shown signs of tightening.
Tradersaudio.com's Ben Lichtenstein talks about his expectations for Q3 earnings season and the impact September jobs data had on markets.