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Daily Reading on the Financial Markets: 6/12/12

At CBS Marketwatch, Paul Ferrell opines on one of my favorite topics: the myth of perpetual growth.

Chriss Street at Testosterone Pit on the political dangers for China in world that rejects globalization.

From Zero Hedge, Greece’s bank run accelerates into the election.

Andrew Ross Sorkin at NYT on why the Spanish bank bailout is doomed to fail.

Remember all that cash corporations were hoarding?  Turns out, it’s not so true.  From The Big Picture.

Goldman’s sell-side provides its usual contrarian cue, this on Spanish bonds.  From Zero Hedge.

Harry Dent, author of many books, has long been sounding a warning about upcoming risk.  He sees the risk as deflation, not inflation.  His reason: demographics guarantee it:

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