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Trouble for markets, if tech earnings disappoint: Kramer

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Trouble for markets, if tech earnings disappoint: Kramer

Trouble for markets, if tech earnings disappoint: Kramer

Hilary Kramer, CIO of Kramer Capital Research, joins Yahaira Jacquez to discuss stocks on Wall Street falling sharply on Monday and her take on tech earnings coming up this week.


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