‘Our upside is $125 on crude as we go through the summer months,’ says Goldman’s Currie

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Jeff Currie, Goldman Sachs head of commodities research, joins ‘Squawk on the Street’ to discuss any forecast for gasoline demand destruction, what happens when China’s economy reopens and more.

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