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Daily Reading on the Financial Markets: 6/13/12

From Zero Hedge, the cost of buying the Senate Banking Committee for JPM.

At EconMatters, Kurt Cobb makes the case that “peak oil” means debt deflation trumps monetary inflation.

Technical Take on the dubious benefits of QE.

New Low Observer at Seeking Alpha makes the case that a precious metals currency “standard” is no silver bullet for price stability.

A typically hilarious (in a tragic way) rant from my favorite Euro-skeptic, Nigel Farage:

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