Goldman Sachs no longer sees US government shutdown in 2023

Posted on AllSides October 30th, 2023
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Goldman Sachs on Monday released an analysis finding that a government shutdown before the end of the year is unlikely — although it remains a possibility early next year, given that lawmakers may opt for a short-term funding bill.

Economists at Goldman Sachs were previously forecasting a two- to three-week shutdown in this quarter, during which Congress’ current Nov. 17 funding deadline falls. They now see a shutdown this year as unlikely due to Congress grappling with geopolitical challenges and the new leadership in the House of Representatives after Republicans...

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