The following are the headlines discussed at Aldwin Callen's Monday morning briefing:
- The euro (+14 percent against the dollar in 2017) may influence the European Central Bank's decision to extend support.
- Congress extended the federal debt ceiling for three months in order to pay $15.25 billion in Hurricane Harvey relief.
- Equifax, the credit agency, warned a computer hack might impact 67 percent of US adults; the company's shares fell.
- Week of natural disasters finished with Tropical Storm Irma doing less US damage than expected.
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