Interest Rates

Rising interest rates: What you need to know

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Cashin: I honestly believe no hike 2015
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Rate hike... what's the urgency?: Cramer
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How the Fed rate hike affects the stock market
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Fed unlikely to raise rates now: David Rubenstein
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FOMC votes? Hawks vs. doves
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Jim Grant: Fed will hike 25 basis points
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Fed rate hike a split decision: Survey
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Gradual rate hike pace won't kill the economy: Glassman
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Fed not looking to surprise with hike: Strategist
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September liftoff? Fed should but won't: Expert
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Investors want certainty from Fed
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Cashin: Rate hike this week would surprise me
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Markets benefit from rate hike: Pro
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Fed hike could boost these stocks
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Time to buy after Fed tightens: Pro
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Here's your rate hike game plan: Pros
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Larry Kudlow: Don't expect rate hike now
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Inside the mind of the Fed

For months, there has been speculation that the Federal Reserve would begin raising interest rates for the first time in a decade. With the central bank's Open Market Committee meeting this month, how will their decision impact you. Higher interest rates have far-reaching implications for every corner of the world economy—from your mortgage rate to emerging-market trade. Our ongoing coverage—and what it means for your money—is being collected here.

Your Money

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US Economy

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David Rubenstein, The Carlyle Group Co-Founder & Managing Director.
Rubenstein: Why the Fed won't raise rates now
Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
How top money managers are playing rising rates
Janet Yellen
Here's why the Fed won't hike next week: Deutsche Bank
Why the Fed won't raise rates this week
Federal Reserve Board Chairwoman Janet Yellen.
Fed 'one and done' is a Wall Street fantasy
A trader on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
Dollar looks vulnerable ahead of Fed: Trader