Todd Wallack

Boston Globe

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Business reporter for the Boston Globe

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Despite reassurance that the US will pay its bills, the stock markets dropped yesterday and they're down again today.

Dow Jones Average Headed for Longest Losing Streak since 1978

Despite reassurance that the US will pay its bills, the stock markets dropped yesterday and they're down again today.

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