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Best of the Fool: Top 3 articles of the day (20 September, 2013)

Here are yesterday’s most popular stories on Fool.com.au:

Warren Buffett can’t find anything to buy  September 20, 2013

Companies mentioned:   S&P/ ASX 200 Index (Index: ^AXJO) (ASX: XJO), National Australia Bank (ASX: NAB), ANZ Bank (ASX:ANZ), Westpac Banking Corporation (ASX: WBC)

New earthquake shakes Japan’s nuclear notions  September 20, 2013

Companies mentioned:  Energy Resources of Australia (ASX: ERA), Rio Tinto (ASX: RIO), Paladin Energy (ASX: PDN), Summit Resources (ASX: SMM)

Should you buy Washington H Soul Pattinson?  September 20, 2013

Companies mentioned:  Washington H Soul Pattinson (ASX: SOL), New Hope Corporation (ASX: NHC), TPG Telecom (ASX: TPM), Brickworks (ASX: BKW).

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US housing recovery a tick up for Boral

Brickworks continues to impress with 27% increase in profit

Sydney Airport keeps growing passenger numbers

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