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Daily Reading on the Financial Markets: 8/31/11

Michael Synder with a big picture reminder of ongoing debt crisis and possible ramifications.

Chris Kimble notes technical warning signs from the Shanghai Index.

Bill Gross of PIMCO couldn’t have been more wrong about U.S. Treasuries the last few months, but he still wants no part of U.S. debt.

Count Chicago Fed Chief Charles Evans among those in favor of  “aggressive” Fed accomodation.

Consumer confidence reaches a 2 year low, reminding me of the Macrostory article showing the tight correlation between confidence and GDP from a few days ago.

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