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ERIKA MILLER, NIGHTLY BUSINESS REPORT CORRESPONDENT: Deluxe (NYSE: DLX) bathmats might seem like a hard sell in a soft economy. Oil prices edged higher as tensions in the Mideast kept investors worried about energy supplies.
HUDSON: The reason why that's important Susie is that's the deadline the lawmakers have to reach a settlement to avoid a potential Federal government shutdown.
Now the Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and House Speaker John Boehner are among those invited to the meeting.
Key to that is generating jobs, especially at small businesses.
Those firms employ half of all workers in the private sector.
TOM HUDSON, NIGHTLY BUSINESS REPORT ANCHOR: Without one, the Federal government faces a shutdown this week. President Obama is meeting with top Democrats and Republicans tomorrow at the White House to hammer out an agreement.
They've created 65 percent of new jobs in the past 15 years.
As Erika Miller reports, that trend looks good again, especially if you talk with one New York company mopping up new business. Do I need to do this so that I can afford things or be ready for when things aren't good again? MILLER: An optimism millions of out of work Americans would like to share. HUDSON: Here are the stories in tonight's NBR news wheel.