Goldman Sachs — September has a 55 percent chance of a rate hike, and there is an 80 percent probability for a rate increase later this year. August's 151,000 figure is just high enough "for a large majority of officials to support a September rate increase," Goldman's chief economist, Jan Hatzius, said in a report Friday.
Barclays — The September call is still intact as the jobs report should maintain the confidence most members of the Fed's rate-setting committee have in the economic outlook. "Most members will view this report as consistent with solid economic activity and will believe that the activity will contin...
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