Moves to Make After Debt Ceiling Resolution
BOSTON (TheStreet) -- It isn't over yet.
Even with a resolution to the debt ceiling impasse in Washington, the hangover of lingering economic woes here and abroad will continue to affect all of us.
|Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, Sen. Charles Schumer and Senate Majority Whip Richard Durbin take part in a debt-ceiling news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington on Friday.|
What does it all mean for the average consumer or investor, and what moves should they make, or avoid, given continued uncertainty?
Real estate ripples
Those looking to take advantage of the drop in housing prices may find they would do best to ride out the debt crisis for a bit longer.
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