The introduction of two drastically different U.S. government budget resolutions means that the credit implications for the U.S. government remain uncertain, according to Moody’s Investors Service.

In the opening moves for the coming months’ budget negotiations, both the Budget Committee of the House of Representatives and the Senate Budget Committee introduced budget resolutions last week. The Obama administration is also required to propose a budget, likely to come in early April.

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