Looming Doom: December 3rd Mega Crash?

Stocks took a tumble during September and early October. While there were many reasons behind this, one major fact was the debt ceiling. The United States had to lift its borrowing limits, or else face default.

Defaulting on debt would lead to some serious problems, as evident by a 2013 simulation by the Federal Reserve.

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