Here are some factors that contributed to ViacomCBS, Discovery’s Friday drop

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More information is coming out about what factors led to a huge drop of ViacomCBS and Discovery last Friday. The trail appears to lead back to a multibillion dollar family office known as Archegos Capital Management. CNBC’s Leslie Picker reports.

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