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Dow’s Worst Day Since June, Falls 200 Points

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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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