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Market breadth is still weak.  (Data Diary)

Corporate insiders have stopped buying shares.  (FT)

Four market scenarios from Doug Kass.  (TheStreet)

What is Apple ($AAPL) going to do with all that cash?  (AppleInsider)

Estimates of the corn crop keep coming down.  (FT)

Ted Wechsler seems like a chip off of the Buffett block.  (WSJibid)

European equity markets:  it’s 2008 all over again.  (Pragmatic Capitalism)

CDS prices on European bank debt has tripled this year.  (WSJ also FT Alphaville)

John Carney, “Those who kept the United Kingdom out of the European monetary union deserve the gratitude of their people.”  (NetNet)

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