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Daily Reading on the Financial Markets: 7/9/12

Sorry for my absence… here is another batch of readings that I found interesting.

Paul Ferrell at Marketwatch lists 10 bubbles that put capitalism itself at risk.

From Testosterone Pit, another bubble indicator – wine prices – have gone kaput since June of 2011.

From Zero Hedge, an update on the Obama jobs bill… and how that prospective jobs chart worked out.

Gail Tverberg at Our Finite Universe plots energy consumption and production in developed vs developing economies.

Even with all of the terrifying headlines and a seemingly unavoidable European collapse, perhaps the Fed’s Twist should not be underestimated as a factor in U.S. markets.  From The Big Picture:

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