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0600 Anthony Reuben, Business reporter, BBC News
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0609 US DEBT DEAL
We have a deal! Well, at least we no longer have a crisis. Minutes ago, President Obama signed into law a bill that will temporarily restart the government by funding it until 15 January and raise the borrowing limit until 7 February.
0613 US DEBT DEAL Radio 5 live
Todd Buchholz, former White House economic adviser, was asked on Wake up to Money on Radio 5 live if the deal was just kicking the can down the road. "It wasn't much of a kick - it was a little bit of a nudge," he said. "They put it on the back of a snail to bring it down the road."
0616 US DEBT DEAL
The US has agreed to take on more debt. How much has it got already? Read this piece about how US debt levels compare with other major economies.
0622 US DEBT DEAL Radio 4
"Especially North American markets have anticipated this was political theatre and it would be resolved," says Marc Chandler, global head of currency at Brown Brothers Harriman, during a discussion of the US debt deal on Radio 4's Today programme.
0625 US DEBT DEAL Radio 4
In Europe, financial markets are breathing a sigh of relief, says Iain Stealey, fund manager at JPMorgan Asset Management. But he warns: "We'll be having these discussions again in three months' time. That might be pushed back to March or April because of 'extraordinary measures', it's another can-kicking measure."
0627 PRINCE ON PENSIONS
The front page of The Times concentrates on Prince Charles saying the short-termism of City institutions meant they were unfit to provide pensions for an ageing population. The next generation of pensioners will be "consigned to an exceptionally miserable future", he said, unless the industry is reformed.
US DEBT DEAL Katy Watson, BBC News
at the Capitol in Washington DC, tweets: "And the bill is signed - President Obama can finally get a good night's sleep."