As you know, it's not the first time we talk about the Youtube channel Bloomberg Markets and Finance on Croblanc, and each time it always captivates you so much! At the same time, we understand you, the contents that we find there are simply unique. That's why we're writing this article today, because we already know that it will arouse your interest.
As usual when the Youtube channel Bloomberg Markets and Finance posts new content on the internet, you can find it on our site. To watch the latest video called "Citi's Wieting Advises Not to Get Long Cyclical Assets", it's just above!
The video has been posted for less than an hour and is currently the talk of the web. Usually the new videos of the Youtube channel Bloomberg Markets and Finance are much less talked about. Soon in trends? That's all the bad news we wish him, considering the work this channel has been doing for many years now!
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For your information, you can find below the description of the video Citi's Wieting Advises Not to Get Long Cyclical Assets published by the Youtube channel Bloomberg Markets and Finance:
Steven Wieting, Citi Global Wealth's global chief investment strategist, says clients are wishing volatility was all over with. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: The Close."