Druckenmiller: Central banks are financial world’s ‘Darth Vader’

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Druckenmiller on CNBC this morning on fed policy, inflation and all the related topics like interest rates and im sure he mentioned bitcoin although i hope he didnt because i am so sick of hearing about it unless it involves cryptokitties – i digress below are some of the clips

CNBC’s Kelly Evans talks to Duquesne Family Office CEO Stanley Druckenmiller about the current state of deflation.

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