Employment data in the morning will influence bonds, interest rates, and expectations for what the Fed will do next, and all that could sway stocks.
Jobs data and manufacturing numbers fuel idea of higher rates.
Inflation is boiling and the expectations for hikes will skyrocket. But here are my real worries as I try not to talk myself out of buying at these prices.
Sure, the jobs number lined up with expectations and the market didn't really budge on the big number. But let's take a close look at these figures and see why it's getting a little too hot in here.
Friday's jobs report is good news for workers, but it's not so good news for the Fed. Here's why.
Here's why job growth is still relevant -- despite the attack on Ukraine -- and what it could mean for rate hikes and wages.
Let's check out the Fed's two big goals for action -- higher inflation and maximum employment -- to see what we can realistically expect.
Here's my read on why we're seeing the hawkish shift.
I believe we are in a transition period, and here's what to look for in the next few employment reports.
Beneath the headlines are some mixed results and pushing against the numbers is a trend that should give caution.