Inflation Cools Slightly As Oil Continues Its Rebound

Real VisionSeptember 14, 2021
With oil demand projected to continue strengthening for the rest of the year and OPEC upping their 2022 demand forecast, Tony Greer of TG Macro joins financial journalist Maggie Lake to analyze the sustainability of oil’s ongoing rally. Greer also shares an updated perspective on inflation as the CPI begins to cool off while prices remain elevated as well as on his long Bitcoin position.
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