The jobs numbers themselves are enough to keep the Fed committed to hiking.
There will be an inclination for some short covering to close out the week, and the jobs report is going to be the excuse.
How the markets react to Friday morning's jobs numbers will be interesting.
After Powell's speech Friday, there's a lot to zero in on ahead of the Labor Day weekend.
There are a lot of other major stories besides Powell's speech that investors need to keep an eye on.
The Fed would do well to pump the brakes on big rate hikes until it sees what quantitative tightening does to the economy.
It's difficult to see how this bill is a broad win on inflation.
The commodity has fallen back into the pre-war trading pattern.
Watch corporate actions and ignore corporate words. Read real research and ignore government data.
This may be a case of all news is good news as market players have been on a rampage and are looking for reasons to continue buying.