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Daily Reading on the Financial Markets: 8/22/11

Jim O’Neill, who has played the role of Goldman bull for much of the last 3 years, is shedding his horns.

From Bloomberg, the Fed’s Wall Street bailout – who and how much – in chart form.

The Reformed Broker on what QE2 failed to accomplish, and why QE3 would make no sense.

As conditions degenerate in Tripoli, we’re reminded of just how many conflicts the U.S. military has a hand in.

Zero Hedge wonders if Venezuela calling its gold deposits home may start a scramble for the real thing.

Eric Parnell says a lot of key technical support/resistance is in play this week.

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