Maggie Lake speaks with Harris Kupperman, Founder & CIO of Praetorian Capital about OPEC’s surprise cut and what it says about U.S-Saudi relations, the state of the oil market, and how much control the Fed really has over inflation. They also discuss Harris’s view on the ever-popular recession question and his view that a bifurcation between sectors that are highly interest rate sensitive and those that aren’t makes the answer a bit more complicated than a simple yes or no.
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