Syrian vote likely to delay looming financial debates

The juxtaposition for investors in the new week will be striking,Custom Jets Jersey,Overturned truck is righted; body found, even
though it might not be obvious. While the markets rightly will be focused on a far-from-certain
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fight looms.
President Barack Obama wants Congress to approve strikes against Syria in retaliation for its
use of chemical weapons. Usually a vote related to military action would attract wide bipartisan
support on Capitol Hill. But not with this Congress. Before the president’s request, Republicans
and Democrats were shoring up their positions in preparation for two financial fights this fall:
raising the debt ceiling and passing a budget.
The political capital necessary for the Syrian vote likely will delay the fiscal debate. The
federal government needs a spending plan before its new fiscal year begins in less than a month.
The Treasury Department figures it needs a higher borrowing limit by the middle of next month.
While neither will be explicitly mentioned in the limited Syrian authorization,NFL Jets Jersey, both provide ample
financial uncertainty as the economy slowly strengthens.