Biden signs bill raising U.S. debt limit, averting default By Reuters
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WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – U.S. President Joe Biden signed Thursday legislation temporarily increasing the government’s borrowing limit at $28.9 trillion. This delayed the debt default deadline to December.
The U.S. Treasury was estimating that the country would soon run out of cash without the raising in its debt ceiling.
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