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U.S. | 21 March 2017 The Debt Ceiling is Back, but no Crisis Likely Until the Fall
The federal debt ceiling was re-imposed last week, with no fanfare, and no reaction in the markets. All eyes were focussed instead on the Fed's rate hike and Chair Yellen's press conference.

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21 March 2017 The Debt Ceiling is Back, but no Crisis Likely Until the Fall

By Ian Shepherdson

The federal debt ceiling was re-imposed last week, with no fanfare, and no reaction in the markets. All eyes were focussed instead on the Fed's rate hike and Chair Yellen's press conference.

Posted: 20th Mar 2017 in 'U.S.'

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