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Daily Reading on the Financial Markets: 4/10/12

The Wall St. Journal reports that earnings expectations are cratering, both for the Quarter and the Year.

Much has been written about JPM’s Bruno Ipsil in recent days.  Zero Hedge notes that the notional value of his CDS positions would make him the 7th largest holding bank in the world.

At Daily Capitalist, John Chapman on the risk of a liquidity trap and what it means for the future of equities.

Testosterone Pit on the Big Business that is data collection (that’s right, your personal info and mine), both private and public.

Washington’s Blog provides a rundown of illegal activities undertaken by the U.S. government, and the resistance he’s met with in sharing the message.

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