The Fed has an opportunity given the strength in U.S. jobs reports and the eerie calmness in financial markets, notes Moody's Analytics' Mark Zandi.
If U.S. nonfarm payrolls come in strong, it will be harder for the Fed to delay normalizing rates, says University of Chicago's Randy Kroszner.
The Fed is going to be hesitant about raising rates before the U.S. presidential elections, says Bank of Singapore's Sim Moh Siong.
Mark Zandi, Moody's Chief Economist, discusses the details of the August ADP payroll data that shows private sector jobs were up by 177,000.
CNBC's Steve Liesman reports the latest read on ADP payroll data for August.
The U.S. elections and increase of U.S. dollar Libor might keep the Fed from hiking rates in September, says Standard Chartered's Eric Robertsen.
Discussing the Fed's view the overall U.S. economy and what the upcoming jobs report could mean for the interest rate outlook, with Dino Kos, CLS Bank International Head Of Regulatory Affairs.
CNBC's Steve Liesman looks ahead to this week's U.S. economic data releases, culminating in Friday's jobs report.
Joseph LaVorgna, Deutsche Bank Chief U.S. Economist & CNBC Contributor, and Carl Tannenbaum, Northern Trust Chief Economist, discuss this week's upcoming August jobs report and the likelihood of two rate hikes from the Federal Reserve this year.
Markets will be eyeing non-farm payrolls due Friday as the data will have an impact on Fed expectations, says National Australia Bank's Christy Tan.
U.S. stocks could head higher and drive investors towards emerging markets if the Fed holds rates steady, says BMI Research's Cedric Chehab.
If August labor data are strong, some Fed officials could lobby hard for a rate increase in September, says Chandan Economics' Sam Chandan.
The Fed, which will likely hike rates once this year, is focusing too much on being data-dependent, says Port Shelter Investment Management's Richard Harris.
Bob Doll, Nuveen Asset Management, shares his outlook on the economy and markets.
CNBC's Steve Liesman takes a look at strong payrolls and weak economic data to get a clearer picture of the real story about the strength of the U.S. economy.
Jim O'Sullivan, High Frequency Economics, weighs in on the robust jobs data and whether the Federal Reserve is ready to hike rates. And Steve Forbes, Forbes Media explains why he thinks the Fed's action has been hurting the economy.
The argument for a Fed hike will grow stronger if U.S. job reports remain strong, says Ashish Goyal from NN Investment Partners (Singapore).
U.S. inflation rates remain under the two percent target and H1 GDP growth has been disappointing, says Commonwealth Bank's Elias Haddad.
After the strong July jobs report, there's a 50 percent probability that the Fed will hike rates in September, says Baker Avenue AM's King Lip.
CNBC's Rick Santelli discusses the stronger-than-expected July jobs report.