The Debt Ceiling Crisis Part Two

Susan Jung |

Headlines are blaring that the United States is headed towards a financial cliff. The concern is that the debt ceiling will not be lifted and therefore the U.S. government will default on its debt. While the headlines point out issues that certainly are concerning, we think that the implosion of the U.S. economy is not at hand.

For more thoughts on the debt crisis and how it might affect markets and the economy, we have recorded an update for you on this issue. It’s a short eight-minute discussion on what’s happening with the debt crisis and debt ceiling, how it might affect markets and the economy, and how DWM is investing in this current environment. 

I hope you find it interesting and useful. 

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