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Daily Reading on the Financial Markets: 11/10/11

Cullen Roche at PragCap notes that Egan Jones, one of the top credit evaluators in the world, views Europe’s debt problems as nearly intractable.

There are a lot of articles lamenting the death of the Euro.  Here’s Paul Krugman’s take on it, from NYT, and Ezra Klein from the Washington Post.

Jim Cramer calls the current manic market environment the craziest he’s seen in 31 years.

Charles Hugh Smith on why China is a broken engine for the global economy.

A chart tour from Tony Pallotta at Macrostory following yesterday’s bloody sell-off.

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