Market check: Stocks pull back, bitcoin steadies, oil futures rebound ahead of trading

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#Markets #Stocks #Bitcoin

Yahoo Finance Live hosts Brian Cheung, Julie Hyman, and Brian Sozzi discuss the market pullback, bitcoin’s recovery after a weekend sell-off, oil trading, and the factors potentially influencing assets currently.

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