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Analysts on January's stronger-than-expected US job growth: Glenmede says 'Fed's got to keep going'; Goldman Sachs expects two more 25-basis-point rate hikes in March and May; Morgan Stanley raises forecast for so-called terminal rate to 4.875% from 4.75%

Total US nonfarm payroll employment increased by 517,000 in January, unemployment rate little changed at 3.4%; job growth was led by leisure and hospitality, professional and business services, and healthcare: BLS

US nonfarm business sector labor productivity increased 3.0% in Q4, as output increased 3.5% and hours worked increased 0.5%; unit labor costs in the nonfarm business sector increased 1.1% in Q4: BLS

US unemployment insurance claims in week ended Jan. 28 decreased by 3,000 to 183,000, four-week moving average fell 5,750 to 191,750; total continued weeks claimed for benefits decreased 45,459 to 1.89 million in week ended Jan. 14: Dept. of Labor

Number of US job openings at 11.0 million on last business day of December, hires and total separations little changed at 6.2 million and 5.9 million, respectively; quits, layoffs and discharges little changed at 4.1 million, 1.5 million respectively: BLS

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