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Daily Reading on the Financial Markets: 10/27/12

At Seeking Alpha, Ketchum makes the case the typical inverse correlation between equities and bonds + US Dollar is breaking down, with all 3 slipping in tandem since QE3.

Barry Ritholtz officially moves into the bear camp – or at least the less-bullish camp.

At Business Spectator, Steve Keen runs through the ABC’s of money creation and explains why Bernanke’s printing press alone will never create inflation.

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