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Daily Reading on the Financial Markets: 4/19/12

Mark McHugh and Elmo try to explain the ballooning U.S.  national debt (attn: Treasury, Congress, and Fed?).

As a fan of bartering, it’s nice to see that a Greek town has pushed the Euro aside to make local trade more practical – and literal.

EconMatters notes that despite equity prices that have pushed higher through the spring, net institutional buying has been steadily declining since late last October, creating a significant negative divergence.

At Humble Student of the Markets, Cam Hui continues to lean bullish, suggesting it might be a good time to buy trampled European equities as they dance around their 2008 and 2011 lows.

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