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Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

Stocks looking for another rebound day as everyone in Italy chills out for a second.  (Bloomberg)

Barry: How fears over the Euro contagion could lead to a grind up in US stocks.  (TBP)

So let’s say the ECB is going to be buying bonds to stave off crisis, how exactly might that work?  Nomura has three scenarios:  (FTAlphaville)

SEC now kicking ass and taking names with a record number of enforcements this year.  (Hedgeweek)

Say what you will, Herman Cain is a money-raising machine.  (NYP)

Media blogger Jim Romanesko leaves Poynter in a huff after 12 years.  (Gawker)

Seth on when to keep difficult customer and when to get rid of them.  (SethsBlog)

Oh boy, here we go again:  “The economic recovery in Spain has ground to a complete halt.”  (FTAlphaville)

Floyd Norris: Here’s why no one trusts the banks as investments.  (NYT)

Kickass profile of rocker Beck in GQ’s 2011 music issue.  (GQ)

Don’t miss my daily linkfest for financial advisors this morning!  (WSJFA)


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