Tom Lee, Fundstrat Global Advisors, explains why he thinks the jobs number this morning might be stronger than expected, weighs in on the move in gold, and shares his thoughts on the 10-yr Treasury yield.
CNBC's Steve Liesman provides a preview of Friday's employment data.
Job growth likely picked up in September, signaling that steam could be building in the economy ahead of America's presidential election.
Danielle DiMartino Booth, Money Strong president, shares her expectations on Friday's nonfarm payroll numbers.
The number of new US unemployment claims is falling, which should signal stronger non-farm payroll figures, says MUFG Union Bank's Chris Rupkey.
CNBC's Rick Santelli breaks down the weekly numbers on unemployment.
The number of Americans filing for benefits fell to near a 43-year low, as labor market firmness may support an rate increase by the Fed this year.
Announced layoffs by U.S.-based companies rose in September to the highest level since July, according to Challenger.
CNBC's Steve Liesman and Mark Zandi, Moody's Analytics, break down the latest employment numbers and what the data means for the unemployment rate.
I think the issue should be on capital raising, says former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers, providing his thoughts on bank regulations and whether they are working.
Former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers says this is not the time to raise interest rates and provides his four-point plan for the Federal Reserve.
Julian Emanuel, UBS, and Jack Caffrey, J.P. Morgan Private Bank, provide insight to the issues burdening the markets.
This economy is stuck, says Steven Ricchiuto, Mizuho Securities weighing in on the likelihood of a rate hike in December and the state of the U.S. economy.
Donald Trump is spending more on ads, but hasn't overcome Hillary Clinton's 4-to-1 ad-spending advantage, according to data from Advertising Analytics, NBC News reports.
CNBC's Robert Frank reports which recession was worse, 1990 versus 2008.
Donald Trump's taxes connect to a larger policy fight: He calls for a decrease in taxes on the wealthy, while Hillary Clinton calls for an increase.
University Of Maryland Professor Peter Morici says that U.S. jobs growth will continue, while economic growth has experienced somewhat of a pick-up.
Donald Trump's nasty feud with the former Miss Universe who claims he once called her "Miss Piggy" and "Miss Housekeeping" shows no sign of abating.
Trump doesn't think he's gotten enough credit for not talking about Bill Clinton's history of sexual misconduct in Monday's debate, NBC News reports.
CNBC's Rick Santelli has the latest numbers on unemployment and the US10Y Treasury.