Half of Foreign Investors Threaten to Cut Investments in U.S. Due to Washington Budget Discord

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The ongoing stalemate in Washington between Republicans and Democrats to forge long-term budget and deficit-reduction solutions has made international investors leery of American markets.

A new Bloomberg poll of 921 subscribers to Bloomberg Professional service revealed that 47% of global investors surveyed said they are reducing their investments in the U.S. as a direct result of "repeated confrontations between the U.S. Congress and President Obama."

More than a third of respondents said the nation's fiscal problems pose the biggest threat to the world economy, while 29% chose Europe's sovereign debt crisis and 15% named China's slowing economy.

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Same situation, same "threat" - real or propaganda... by Dennis Kaiser on Thursday, Jan 24, 2013 at 3:19:16 PM
Is not always what they do.After all, will they in... by BFalcon on Friday, Jan 25, 2013 at 1:01:39 AM