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Daily Reading on the Financial Markets: 8/16/11

Felix Salmon points out that S&P earnings yields are at historically low levels relative to Treasury yields.

“George Washington”, a regular Zero Hedge contributor on all conspiratorial matters, suggests the cover-up on Fukushima continues and radioactive rain can be expected stateside.

Chris Kimble suggests that, at least short term, the bias is upward.

Do low P/E multiples and record margins signal it’s time to buy? ¬†This guy thinks so.

Robert Zoellick of the World Banks says we’ve entered a “new and more dangerous phase.”

 

 

 

 

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