If the government doesn't raise its debt ceiling so it can borrow more, the U.S. will default on loan payments for the first time in its history. One of the first signs that Wall Street thinks that won't happen will be increased premium rates for credit default swaps said V.V. Chari in a Star Tribune article.
Markets bet against debt default
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