Senate Leaders Say They’ve Made Progress

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Oct. 15 (Bloomberg) –- Bloomberg’s Hans Nichols reports on the latest talks in Washington and the framework of the potential agreement. He speaks to Anna Edwards and Mark Barton on Bloomberg Television’s “Countdown.” (Source: Bloomberg)

We have market reaction.

There is still more progress to be made.

Normally when you have a canceled meeting it is a bad sign.

Obama wanted to give more time to work out a deal.

Obama and mitch mcconnell said they are inching toward progress.

Mcconnell is more important in a way because he has to bring his party forward.

We had a good day yesterday and another good day today.

I think it is safe to say we have made substantial progress, and we look forward to making more progress in the future.

They would extend the debt ceiling.

Then you would have the government funded until january 15, and then you would have an agreement to have another fight.

President obama is acting like the greek horse.

He just kind of comments.

His stance so far, let the senate work it out.

They say there is progress, but big hurdles on the house side.

What could lock this?


They could potentially be a little add-on.

There is no guarantee house conservatives will go along with this.

There is some indication you could get 20 house votes.

It makes things very difficult.

How is it looking today?

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