Inside the Fed's `D-Day' War Games for Breach of U.S. Debt LimitBy
Fed, Treasury discussed scenarios if Congress didn't act
Release from House Republicans gives window into planning
At the Federal Reserve, they called it “D-Day,” the day the U.S. hits its debt ceiling.
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