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Debt Limit Analysis

Debt Limit Analysis

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BPC estimates that the X Date (the first day on which Treasury has exhausted its borrowing authority and no longer has sufficient funds to pay all of its bills in full and on time) will occur between February 15 and March 1, 2013.
BPC estimates that the X Date (the first day on which Treasury has exhausted its borrowing authority and no longer has sufficient funds to pay all of its bills in full and on time) will occur between February 15 and March 1, 2013.

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Published by: Bipartisan Policy Center on Jan 07, 2013
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Debt Limit Analysis
JANUARY 2013
 
THREE QUESTIONS
2
1.What is the first date on which Treasury will not have sufficient cash to pay all of its bills in full and
on time (the “X Date”)?
 If we reach the X Date, and Treasury is forced to
"prioritize” its payments to avoid a debt default:
 2.What would be the effects on government operations? 3.What would be the market risks?
 
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