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Daily Reading on the Financial Markets: 9/3/11

Felix Salmon on why it’s disappointing that sub-prime mortgages are being called AAA again.

Chris Kimble notes the bearish redux of 2008 that the Russell 2000 is experiences.

At the Daily Capitalist, Jeff Harding thinks economists are prescribing all the wrong solutions for the Eurozone.

From the St. Louis Fed, a cool chart of the U.S. business cycle, from 1775 to 1944.

Michael Gayad, at Seeking Alpha, says deflation remains the primary risk.

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