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Treasury Secretary Timothy Geitner says Congress has until August 2nd to approve an increase in the federal debt limit — enabling the Treasury to borrow more money — or the U.S. government will not be able to meet all of its financial obligations. Here, Northeastern finance and economics instructor Richard Goettle discusses what could happen to the economy if Congress and the White House fail to find common ground.
Delegates to first annual World Class Cities summit seek to build winning strategies to help cities overcome their common challenges
On Monday, Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner told Congress the U.S. has reached its debt ceiling — the limit on how much money the government can borrow. Not only has raising this limit been at times a contentious political issue, it also raises larger issues related to the U.S. economy’s long-term health, says Kamran Dadkhah, associate professor of economics at Northeastern University.
A new study by the World Bank found that food prices have increased 30 percent over the last year, driving some 44 million people into extreme poverty since June. Grigorios Livanis, assistant professor of international business and strategy at Northeastern University, assesses the problem.