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Daily Reading on the Financial Markets: 12/28/11

Charles Hugh Smith, writing on ChrisMartenson.com, wonders if commodities may be topping.

Sticking with the theme, Chris Kimble notes that the CRB Commodities Index has dipped 20% and is at important support levels.

Market Anthropology suggests the markets may be setting up for a “blow-off top” in the coming months.

Gonzalo Lira makes the case that the implications of MF Global’s collapse are vast and could lead to a global “bank run.”

At Zero Hedge, Econmatters reminds us that Japan’s debt situation makes Europe look fiscally prudent.

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