Barry Ritholtz makes the case Congress needs to start financing the U.S. government at the lowest rates in several generations, and with debt whose maturities match the country’s long-term obligations.
Barry Ritholtz makes the case Congress needs to start financing the U.S. government at the lowest rates in several generations, and with debt whose maturities match the country’s long-term obligations. McClatchy Tribune file
Barry Ritholtz makes the case Congress needs to start financing the U.S. government at the lowest rates in several generations, and with debt whose maturities match the country’s long-term obligations. McClatchy Tribune file

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