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Daily Reading on the Financial Markets: 9/30/11

Cullen Roche notes that BRIC countries continue to show profound weakness.

Along those lines, TraderMark at Seeking Alpha points out that price action in Chinese stocks has been horrid.

The Reformed Broker reports his notes from a luncheon with noted asset-manager Jeffrey Gundlach.

Doug Short points out that personal consumption expenditures were very weak in the Q2 GDP.

Salon.com founder David Talbot calls for an American “Spring” (like the “Arab Spring” we witnessed 6 months ago).

Tim Iacono at Seeking Alpha on the excessive number of traders in the world, and its consequences.

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