Oakmar’s Tony Coniaris on why he is bullish on fintech company Fiserv

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Oakmar’s Tony Coniaris joins ‘Squawk on the Street’ with some thoughts on the markets and where investors should put their money today. Coniaris explores which themes are seeing growth in the current market environment.

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