Buffett Names Abel And Ajit As Sucessors; CNBC Interview

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Buffett Names Abel And Ajit As Sucessors; CNBC Interview

Warren Buffett on CNBC this morning links to videos and embeds below – stay tuned for more coverage as the interview wraps up – full interview now can be found linked and embedded below

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Clips

Warren Buffett: We'd buy GE at the 'right number' from CNBC.

Warren Buffett: I would have had a different tax bill from CNBC.

Warren Buffett: Net, we're buying stocks right now from CNBC.

Warren Buffett: We did not have exposure to super cat insurance from CNBC.

Warren Buffett: Cryptocurrency will come to a bad ending from CNBC.

Warren Buffett: Cryptocurrency will come to a bad ending from CNBC.

Warren Buffett: Abel and Jain will know a lot more a year from now from CNBC.

Warren Buffett: Markets are not richly valued relative to rates from CNBC.

Warren Buffett: I'm at the office on Saturdays from CNBC.

Warren Buffett: Abel and Ajit are first step in succession plan from CNBC.

Warren Buffett: Abel and Ajit are first step in succession plan from CNBC.

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