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Daily Reading on the Financial Markets: 6/14/12

As the market looks green this morning (for now), what could be the cause?  What is the cause for every green day?  QE speculation, of course.  From Bloomberg.

Zero Hedge charts the staggering, growing differential between nominal S&P price and the absolute value of stocks traded over the last few years, as retail has fled.

From The Big Picture, a harrowing tale of corporate interests playing the role of Big Brother.

From TED (who has since refused to publish other speakers on the topic, like Nick Hanauer, due to the risk of appearing partisan in the wake of the Occupy movement), Richard Wilkinson on the dangers – to both the rich and poor – of significant income inequality within a society:

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