Asian markets down as US budget woes drag on
Some 800,000 federal workers and scores of agencies were idled earlier this week after a sharply divided U.S. Congress failed to agree on short-term funding for the government to pay its bills beyond Monday, when the fiscal year ended.
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#2 Oct 4, 2013
Most Americans aren't aware of just how big an influence our economy is, on the global market....we are often the grounded, stabilizing effect....of course, except when the teaparty House republican's are inflicting their damage.....
#3 Oct 5, 2013
would it not be nice if your boss would let you stay home take time off. then pay you for doing nothing..like these goverment workers get..what a sweet deal.yes when they go back to work they get all the back pay..only the tax payer gets screwed.
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