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"They're Running Out Of Maneuvering Room" - Debt Ceiling Alarms Are Ringing In The Bond Market

While all eyes were glued to the collapsing stock market and soaring long-bond yields on Friday, the $2 trillion Treasury-bill market, where the U.S. government turns for short-term funding, was suddenly showing serious anxiety about the approaching deadline to raise the nation’s debt ceiling. As Bloomberg reports,  there’s growing concern that the impasse over the debt limit will become entangled with efforts to keep the government open.
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