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Moody's Investors Service on Tuesday said it would likely cut its "Aaa" rating on U.S. government debt, probably by one notch, if federal budget negotiations fail.

If the highly partisan Congress does not reach a budget deal, more than $600 billion in spending cuts and tax increases will automatically kick in starting Jan. 1, a scenario that's been called the "fiscal cliff," because it is likely to send the economy back into recession and drive unemployment up. Continue reading...

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