Bitcoin Could Surge to $146,000: JPMorgan

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Jan.15 — JPMorgan Global Market Strategist, Nikolaos Panigirtzoglou, discusses the outlook for Bitcoin. He speaks with Matt Miller on “Bloomberg Markets: European Open.” (Source: Bloomberg)

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