OH NO: Markets Are Forgetting To Panic Again, As US Still Doesn't Have A Deal

For a few moments there, it looked like last night’s dueling speeches from Obama and Boehner, outlining how far apart they were on the debt ceiling, might actually spur some selling.


US futures initially fell, but are now up.

Panic delayed… what will spur US politicians into getting a deal?


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