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Daily Reading on the Financial Markets: 9/28/11

From the Financial Times, the Greek Bailout may not be such a done deal after all.

The case that precious metals paper market far exceeds the capacity of the physical market is well know (and to me, indisputable), and along those lines, Avery Goodman makes the case that Mexico recently bought 110 tons of gold that don’t exist.

Tech giants battling over talent, and it looks like Facebook is winning.  From Minyanville.

Chris Kimble notes that TLT, after its sharp pullback, has hit support (already!).

Chris Ciovacco, at Seeking Alpha, says it’s time to cover short positions.

Is the hacker group “Anonymous” going into securities fraud-busting?  From Zero Hedge.

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