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Reading on the Financial Markets: 6/27/13

I am still much more interested in and concerned with the ongoing Edward Snowden/politico story than current financial markets, so here are a few links:

A New York Times op-ed piece by Roger Cohen on Edward Snowden sums up my view of him: he has done the citizens of the United States a great service.

Still on the Snowden story, Glenn Greenwald commented on the smear campaign that has been started against him.

Moving back toward the recent action in financial markets:

From Zero Hedge, Pivot Farm has done a four part series on the history of market crashes.  Here is part four.

According to an Economic Policy Institute study, CEO pay continued to be ridiculously high relative to workers in 2012.

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