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Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

Just-announced economic contraction in the “core” economies make the Eu-recession an official thing that’s actually happening.  Raise the roof.  (FTAlphaville)

Here are the just-reported buys and sells of Berkshire, Greenlight, SAC and more.  (ZeroHedge)

“Whenever a significant trend change occurs in equity markets, the immediate response from most quarters is a mix of confusion and often futile attempts to rationalize the occurrence.”  (TBP)

Why did the whole IDF vs Hamas thing all of a sudden flare up? And what’s with the f*cking Twitter offensive that’s freaking me out?  (TheAtlantic)

What if I told you that Intel was back at the same price as in 1997, the year Andy grove was TIME’s Man of the Year.  (CrossingWallStreet)

House GOP expected to grit their teeth and dig on against military spending cuts. Thanks god because our military is only a little bit bigger than the combined next largest 18 militaries in the world. Can’t let up now.  (Politico)

The biographers of Steve Jobs and Sam Walton let us into the heads of their subjects. Interesting stuff.  (Fortune)

In case you haven’t seen it yet, this murderous review of Guy Fieri’s new Times Square joint simply will not die.  (NewYorkTimes)

The true backstory of your ten favorite Thanksgiving dishes.  (MentalFloss)

Don’t miss the Sarge’s Market Recon for today – the events and data that will will shape the session:  (Mixtape)

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