China reopening, capital discipline are the ‘underpinnings’ for positive oil outlook, analyst says

China reopening, capital discipline are the ‘underpinnings’ for positive oil outlook, analyst says

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Pimco Portfolio Manager & Head of Commodities Greg Sharenow joins Yahoo Finance Live anchors Brad Smith, Brian Sozzi and Julie Hyman to discuss commodities, the reopening of China, inflation, the resurgence in travel, investor sentiment, and the outlook for 2023.

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