Shutdown Fails to Hurt Markets as Gauge Advances: Reality CheckCordell Eddings
The first U.S. government shutdown in 17 years has done little to dent confidence in markets on speculation that the work stoppage will end in time for lawmakers to tackle the nation’s debt limit.
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