The economic impact of the 16 day government shutdown

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The big news out of Washington, DC is the government shutdown is over, and the U.S. will not have to default on its bills.
The shutdown lasted 16 days and the economy is already feeling the effects. This morning, James Igo, a financial advisor with Morgan Stanley, joined FOX43 Morning News to talk about the economic impact of this shutdown.

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