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Markets Remained Relatively Stable During Political Debatei
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October 17, 2013 3:38 AM
The Wall Street financial markets have remained relatively stable throughout the protracted debate in Washington over extending the $16.7- trillion government borrowing limit. However, now that a last minute agreement has been reached to avert an unprecedented national debt default, VOA's Brian Paden reports that some investors are still anxious about how this recent crisis will affect America's financial standing in the long term.

Markets Remained Relatively Stable During Political Debate

Published October 16, 2013

The Wall Street financial markets have remained relatively stable throughout the protracted debate in Washington over extending the $16.7- trillion government borrowing limit. However, now that a last minute agreement has been reached to avert an unprecedented national debt default, VOA's Brian Paden reports that some investors are still anxious about how this recent crisis will affect America's financial standing in the long term.


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