Fed’s Williams Says Dangerous Not to Raise Debt CeilingJames Nash
Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco President John Williams said any failure by the U.S. to raise the debt ceiling would be “very dangerous,” while estimating a two-week government shutdown would shave 0.25 percentage point off fourth-quarter economic growth.
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