Consumers would suffer if U.S. defaults on debt, says IMF chief
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Consumers in the U.S. would likely suffer economic pain if Congress fails to raise the debt ceiling, warned International Monetary Fund head Kristalina Georgieva. If it happens, she warned that people could be stuck paying higher interest rates on things like mortgages, car loans and credit cards. Amid Netflix customers' ire at the coming crackdown on password sharing, new research shows that consumers are frustrated by the high number of different streaming services on offer. And, a trip to the Maryland Zoo, which is having to spend millions to update structures constructed in a different time with different sensibilities about animals.
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IMF chief warns of damage from potential U.S. debt default
Marketplace's Nancy Marshall-Genzer reports.
These are some complaints about the streaming video landscape
According to research from Oxford Economics, streaming customers have a lot to be grumpy about.
Older zoos face decisions around cages built for different times
The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore is planning to spend millions to build new habitats next to historic wrought-iron cages.
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