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  1. Congress Will Go Out With a Whimper, But the Next Could Come In With a Roar


    Tue, 9 Sep 2014

    uncertainty around issues such as the debt ceiling increase in 2015. Next week, Congress returns ..... expect a more volatile fight over the debt ceiling , which needs to be raised in spring 2015. No drama ..... in exchange for an increase in the debt ceiling , which needs to be addressed by spring

  2. New Morningstar Analyst Report for Kindred Healthcare Inc

    Stock Reports

    Tue, 9 Sep 2014

    Medicaid. Government interest in reducing health-care costs, including the recent a 2% Medicare cut as part of the recent debt ceiling legislation, will likely keep reimbursement rate increases below rising operating costs.Until the economy improves and

  3. Confronting the Tax Drag


    Tue, 12 Aug 2014

    but may become necessary at some point. The nation’s massive budget deficit and recurring partisan feuds over the debt ceiling and entitlement programs make it hard to believe otherwise. The consensus is that government spending cuts alone will not be sufficient to address these problems

  4. A Fine Fiscal Balance


    Tue, 15 Jul 2014

    different points of view—especially on fiscal issues, where controversy has resulted in the government shutdown and the debt - ceiling debate. But among economists who work on fiscal policy, there’s actually quite a lot of consensus on big issues. Of course

  5. New Morningstar Analyst Report for Tenet Healthcare Corp

    Stock Reports

    Fri, 27 Jun 2014

    Affordable Care Act may keep Tenet's pricing growth lower than inflation. Additional Medicare cuts triggered by recent debt ceiling legislation could cause reimbursements to fall further.State budget pressure and the end of federal stimulus spending on

  6. Three Market Paradoxes to Ponder


    Mon, 2 Jun 2014

    first four months of 2014. 2014 1994 rate cycle (full) 1994 rate cycle (day 74) 2013 Taper Tantrum 2012 Europe 2011 debt ceiling S&P 500 –5.8% –8.9% –7.3% –5.8% –8.7% –19.4% % below the S&P 500 average 84% 94% 89% 72% 66% 68% Average decline –13.7% –26.7% –25.1% –10.0% –15.1% –28

  7. Breaking Good


    Fri, 16 May 2014

    levels are trending higher and we are headed into the first summer in years where there is no talk of battles over the U.S. debt ceiling or of a potential federal government shutdown. Finally, several years of buoyant equities markets have boosted the wealth

  8. The Debt Burden Worsens


    Mon, 14 Apr 2014

    debt is now just under $17.5 trillion. Yes, there’s a debt ceiling , but in case you haven’t noticed, it gets raised every ..... though. It has choices: 1) It can continue raising the debt ceiling , which causes the cost of servicing the debt to increase

  9. A New Machine: Is a Capital Spending Cycle Imminent?


    Thu, 3 Apr 2014

    There have been endless macro and policy uncertainties plaguing business confidence over the past several years, including debt ceiling fights, the government shutdown, a ratings downgrade of US debt, the sequester, the Affordable Care Act and regulatory burdens

  10. Americas: Regional Economic Review – 4Q 2013


    Tue, 1 Apr 2014

    for both countries has also improved, especially after policymakers in the U.S. agreed on increasing the country’s debt ceiling . This helped avoid a repeat of the political standoff and subsequent government shutdown in October last year which dented

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