U.S. stocks needn’t fret about a government shutdown
By Rodrigo Campos NEW YORK (Reuters) – Investors may be tempted to shy away from stocks in the next week or two as the latest version of the fiscal follies plays out in Washington. It's understandable. The prospect of a government shutdown or, worse, default on the federal debt, rekindles memories of 2011 when Washington's infighting prompted the loss of the United States' triple-A credit rating and was a primary driver behind the stock market's last full-on correction. …
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