Futures Go Instantly Lower After Debt Vote Disaster

The House will not be voting on the Boehner debt ceiling plan today.

After failing to wrangle two votes, the bill is being sent back to a Rules Committee, where it will likely be maid even more conservative, and less reconcilable with the Senate.

That combined with the loss of a night is bad news.

Futures are instantly lower.


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