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Global Oil Inventories and FX Spillover | The Nasdaq Equities Story | Bill Baruch breaks it down


With massive WTI Oil exports to China and India in the past, Bill Baruch looks at global inventories and how he sees the supply & demand picture shaping up. Moreover, Bill was sure to touch base on the currency picture and how spillover effects play a role in the energy space.

Not to forget, Bill's daily Morning Express research provides an in-depth look into global equity indices, so he was sure to talk about his thoughts on that end!

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