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A crisis worse than 2008? Treasury warns on debt limit

"There might be a financial crisis and recession that could echo the events of 2008 or worse," the Treasury said in a report on the debt-ceiling brinkmanship. There may be some tentative signs that.

 · Failure to raise the debt ceiling could have worse consequences than the collapse of Lehman Brothers during the financial crisis, S&P economist Beth Ann Bovino said. The ceiling already has been breached, but the Treasury Department has been using extraordinary measures to keep the government open.

 · Debt levels in US are twice as much as it was just before 2008 crisis. default rate when it rises it will rise against a lot more debt than ever before," Altman told Business Insider in an.

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If Republicans don’t raise the debt ceiling, it could trigger a recession worse than the one that followed the 2008 financial crisis, the government is warning. Treasury warns: Debt default would.

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If Congress fails to raise the debt ceiling and allows the country to default on its debts, the economy could tumble into a downturn worse than the 2008 recession, the U.S. Treasury Department warns..

Default would be worse, however. The Treasury says that if Congress does not raise the statutory debt limit, it will run out of room to borrow by October 17, at which time it will be down to its.

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 · Treasury warns of dire consequences of default The Treasury Department warned Congress Thursday in a report lawmakers risks a recession and crisis if they fail to raise the federal debt limit.

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Treasury Warns Debt Default Could Trigger 2008-Style Crisis Treasury warned on the third day of the federal government shutdown that a default could shake the financial system to its core.

The U.S. Treasury Department says that a failure to raise the borrowing limit could potentially trigger a debt default, which would lead to "a financial crisis and recession that could echo the events.