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November jobs report, GTA 6 trailer: What to Watch

Yahoo Finance Live anchor Josh Lipton looks ahead to the week's top headlines, including the November jobs report expected out on Friday, December 8, earnings reports from companies like GameStop (GME), and Take-Two Interactive's (TTWO) first trailer for Grand Theft Auto 6, dropping Tuesday, December 5.

For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Yahoo Finance Live.

Video transcript

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JOSH LIPTON: Time now for what to watch next week on the labor market front. The Bureau of Labor statistics coming out with the latest jobs report the month of November. This coming as job growth slowed sharply remember in October. We're also seeing how the manufacturing industry bounces back in November after coming in lower than expected.

Another key point to watch, of course, unemployment. Unemployment rate rising last month the highest level since January 2022. That will be keeping a close eye on all the data as the Central Bank decides the path forward for monetary policy.

And on the earnings front investors can expect to hear from names such as GameStop, Rent The One Way, and Toll Brothers. And in the gaming space, one of the most highly anticipated video games of the decade is dropping its debut trailer on Tuesday. Grand Theft Auto 6, the long awaited installment in the beloved rockstar franchise has no official release date yet. But gamers will get a taste of what's to come next.