Russia-Ukraine war gives Fed ‘ammunition’ to not raise interest rates quickly, CEO says

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Opimas CEO Octavio Marenzi joins Yahoo Finance Live’s Emily McCormick to discuss the Russia-Ukraine conflict’s impact on foreign markets and energy trading, the Fed’s interest rate hike schedule, Fed Chair Powell’s stance on inflation, CPI data, oil prices, and the FAANG stocks.

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