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Nary a major stock market is trading above its 50-day moving average. (Global Macro Monitor)
The Russell 2000 A/D line has turned down. (Bespoke also @harmongreg)
Dr. Copper has the sniffles. (WSJ)
More signs of a global slowdown in growth. (FT Alphaville, beyondbrics)
Spain and Italy have rejoined the Euro periphery. (FT Alphaville also Credit Writedowns)
What it will take to get Greece’s debt to a sustainable level. (voxEU)
Germany isn’t willingly leaving the Euro any time soon. (Pragmatic Capitalism)
Why does any one repay debt? (NetNet)
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