What do you make of the unprecedented downgrade of America's credit rating?
Last Friday, Standard & Poor's downgraded the United States' credit rating, an unprecedented move. The rating agency said the deal to raise the U.S. debt ceiling last week was insufficient. Meanwhile, China -- the biggest foreign holder of U.S. debt -- has warned the U.S. to live within its means.
If you work in the business or financial sectors, what are your thoughts about these events? How seriously are you taking the downgrade and China's reaction? Help Minnesota Public Radio News cover this unfolding story by sharing your insights, questions and concerns. Your comments will inform our reporting, and may be shared with our partner newsrooms in the Public Insight Network.
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