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The Debt ceiling was expected to drop markets down, but they're still on the upswing after a three-day slump. Peter Cook is chief Washington correspondent for  Bloomberg TV .

Jobless Claims at 3-Month Low, Stocks Up Despite Debt Standoff

The Debt ceiling was expected to drop markets down, but they're still on the upswing after a three-day slump. Peter Cook is chief Washington correspondent for Bloomberg TV .

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