People are using bitcoin as a replacement for fixed income, pro says

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This week has seen big inter-day swings in the major indices this week, but the markets are not far off from where they started the week. Kane Brenan, CEO of TIFF Investment Management, joined “Squawk Box” on Friday to discuss.

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