House Passes Funding Bill That Would Stop Obamacare

Sept. 20 (Bloomberg) -- The U.S. House voted to finance the federal government through mid-December and choke off funding for President Barack Obama’s health-care law, setting up a showdown with the Senate and the White House. The Republican-controlled House today passed, 230-189, a stopgap measure to fund government operations after current authority expires Sept. 30. The spending measure now will be sent to the Senate it will pass without defunding the health-care law, Majority Leader Harry Reid of Nevada said yesterday. (Source: Bloomberg)

China's Challenges: PMI Weakens to Lowest in Three Years
51:57 - China’s manufacturing conditions slipped to the weakest level in more than three years as sluggishness in the nation’s old growth drivers add to risks facing the government’s growth target. Bloomberg's Stephen Engle takes a look at the numbers on "Trending Business." (Source: Bloomberg)
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