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Dow’s Worst Day Since June, Falls 200 Points

July 27, 2011 Featured, News, World No Comments

With one week to go until the Treasury estimates the U.S. could default on its sovereign debt, Robert Reich said ratings agency Standard & Poor’s has been “irresponsible” in sharing its political opinions about U.S. economic policy

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