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Daily Reading of the Financial Markets: 11/26/11

Zero Hedge wonders who would need 88 Billions in under-the-table cash from the Federal Reserve?

Chris Kimble notes that the U.S. Dollar is threatening to punch through resistance, which may be enough to push equity markets even lower.

Tony Pallotta at Macrostory notes that AAII sentiment readings have seen a surge in bearishness, but the once great contrarian indicator is not so anymore.

Charles Hugh Smith asserts that Black Friday retail sales are meaningless in the bigger picture.

At PragCap, John Muellbauer makes his case for how the Eurozone can be saved.

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