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Daily Reading on the Financial Markets: 10/26/12

From Zero Hedge, Hugh Hendry remains long gold and short the S&P.

Also from Zero Hedge, David Einhorn acts what no one at the Fed seems willing answer: what evidence is there that QE’s desired “wealth effect” helps the economy more than the interest savers could earn with a respectable interest rate?

At PragCap, Cullen Roche likes to keep tabs on rail traffic as a recession indicator and he notes that the latest report shows traffic stabilizing at modest growth.

Extending economic trends to its social context, John Aziz at Azizonomics opines on the productivity destruction caused by the current obesity epidemic, which aligns with rising debt levels – coincidentally, or not.

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