Balance of Power (10/13/2021)

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Bloomberg Politics published this video item, entitled “Balance of Power (10/13/2021)” – below is their description.

Oct.13 — “Bloomberg: Balance of Power” focuses on the intersection of politics and global business. BofA Head of Commodities Research Francisco Blanch on why thinks oil could top $100 a barrel. Plus, Sullivan & Cromwell Senior Chairman Rodgin Cohen says the need to regulate bitcoin is immediate. And former Virginia Congressman Jim Moran previews the tight governor’s race in the Old Dominion.

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