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July 29, 2011 | Debt Crisis Impact

  • Aired: 07/29/2011
  • 28:30
  • Rating: NR
With a deadline approaching on the U.S. borrowing limit, financial markets are on edge and families are paying attention to see if they need to make changes in their budgets to cope with whatever happens in the debate. Rick Casey talks with two experienced economists to get the global, national and the all-important local impact that could come from the conclusion of this debt debate.
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What is the global, national and important local impact of the debt ceiling debate?
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