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It's still not likely, but the odds of a new recession are rising.

Amid fears of a global slowdown, the Federal Reserve is facing a new threat much closer to home.

The Treasury says it can't promise to meet all obligations past late February.

  • Zachary Goldfarb and Christopher Ingraham
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  • Economy
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  • Feb 7, 2014
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World Fuel Services chairman Paul Stebbins is livid about what's going on in Washington, but realizes corporate America has been part of the problem.

It makes a debt default less likely.

  • Ezra Klein
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  • Sep 28, 2013
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Kelly Services's Carl Camden on how CEOs feel about going into round 2.

A key index changed sharply on Monday.