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[KR1496] Keiser Report: The Germ Guy

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Reduction in the use of plastic bags, the development of huge multi-billion-dollar petrochemical plants largely for the production of plastics suggests the reality is that there will be much more plastic in our future. In the second half, Max talks to Jason Tetro – aka ‘the Germ Guy’ – about the coronavirus. Is it all hype? Or should we be worried? They also discuss a volatility index for health and pandemics such as this virus from Wuhan. [embedded content]

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reduction in the use of plastic bags, the development of huge multi-billion-dollar petrochemical plants largely for the production of plastics suggests the reality is that there will be much more plastic in our future.

In the second half, Max talks to Jason Tetro – aka ‘the Germ Guy’ – about the coronavirus. Is it all hype? Or should we be worried? They also discuss a volatility index for health and pandemics such as this virus from Wuhan.

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