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Financial firms fear turmoil over fraught U.S. debt ceiling talks

  • Thu, 31 Aug 2017 13:32
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Financial firms are sounding alarm bells and dusting off contingency plans over fears an increasingly dysfunctional U.S. Congress may fail to reach a deal to raise the country's debt limit.
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