Round two

11 August 2011 By James Pethokoukis

It hardly matters who sits on the new “super committee” seeking $1.5 trln of savings over 10 years. Wall St. will struggle to convince lawmakers of how important it is to reach a compromise when both parties are eyeing 2012 elections. Credit raters, however, may not wait so long.

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