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Steel manufacturing going strong

Dec 11, 2013
Steel industry is picking up post-government shutdown.
Posted In: steel, government shutdown, Congress, Small Business
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Private providers fill the void of the federal data pipeline

Oct 11, 2013
Analysts, executives, and journalists are left with a patchwork of numbers put together by private firms and academics in the absence of federal data during the partial government shutdown.
Posted In: government shutdown 2013, government shutdown
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Markets upbeat as Washington talks

Oct 10, 2013
Investors seemed pleased that politicians in Washington were discussing a plan, and that lawmakers from both parties met with President Obama.
Posted In: government shutdown, government shutdown 2013, debt ceiling
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Government shutdown causes problems online too

Oct 1, 2013
The shutdown is causing many federal agencies -- and their websites -- to close down.
Posted In: Tech, government shutdown, Congress
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Market reaction to shutdown is muted today, but won't stay that way for long

Oct 1, 2013
But failure by Congress to raise the debt ceiling would get a much stronger reaction than we're seeing this morning.
Posted In: government shutdown, debt ceiling, market reaction
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Turns out a shutdown is a great time for politicians to raise money

Oct 1, 2013
There's no shutting down Washington's endless chase for cash.
Posted In: government shutdown, fundraising, political donations
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While you slept, the government stopped

Oct 1, 2013
Congress did not strike a deal last night on a spending bill, which means a government shutdown is now in effect.
Posted In: government shutdown, spending bill, Senate, House Republicans, ACA, health care law, Obamacare
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Why the shutdown won't save money: Fights in 90s cost $1.5B

Sep 30, 2013
Democrats and Republicans appear unable to reach common ground on a budget before the government shuts down.
Posted In: government shutdown, Affordable Care Act, Congress
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A government shutdown will affect jobs -- and jobs numbers

Sep 30, 2013
We might not be getting a jobs report this Friday.
Posted In: government shutdown, budget, Congress, jobs numbers, jobs report, Europe
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Medical device tax could play a role in spending negotiations

Sep 30, 2013
Lawmakers are running out of options to avoid a possible government shutdown, but a once obscure tax could now play an important role in negotiations.
Posted In: government shutdown, ACA, Obamacare, healthcare

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