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World to Fed: Just raise interest rates already

Central bankers from around the world are telling their American counterparts that they are ready for a U.S. interest rate hike.
Source: Reuters
World to Fed: We're prepared for U.S. rate hike, so don't delay

In private and in public at last week's global central banking conference in Jackson Hole, the message from visiting policymakers was that the Fed has telegraphed an initial monetary tightening and, following a year-long rise in the dollar, financial markets globally are as ready as they can be. But for Agustin Carstens, the top central banker in Mexico, a rate...
Source: Reuters | By: Howard Schneider and Jonathan Spicer
Carrier wars heat up  

Sprint announced it will abandon the 2-year contract, leaving AT&T the only major carrier still offering discounted phone prices for longer term contracts. Craig Moffett, MoffettNathanson founder, weighs in.
Source: CNBC.com
China puts Fed in 'awkward' spot: Ex-Fed's Fisher

China's currency devaluation shouldn't be an excuse for the Fed to delay raising U.S. interest rates, former Dallas Fed President Richard Fisher says.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Matthew J. Belvedere
Richard Fisher on rate hike: Much ado about nothing  

Former Dallas Federal Reserve President Richard Fisher, says we have a strong dollar, in discussing China's impact on U.S. monetary policy. Eli Lilly Chairman, President and CEO John Lechleiter, is the guest host.
Source: CNBC.com
Europe ends sharply lower after China's shock currency move

European equities ended sharply lower on Tuesday, amid the surprising news that China has allowed a "one-time" depreciation of its currency against the U.S. dollar.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Jenny Cosgrave
Adecco Q2 profit just misses, keeps 2015 outlook

Adecco boosted second-quarter net profit 22 percent to 177 million euros ($194.4 million).
Source: Reuters
FM radio comeback  

Music streaming and satellite services are becoming more popular, so what is the future for FM radio. Barton Crockett, FBR, provides perspective on AT&T's plans to activate FM chips in all Android phones.
Source: CNBC.com