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Former White Chief Of Staff Plans Hedge Fund [Video]

Former White Chief Of Staff Plans Hedge Fund

Former White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney plans to launch a hedge fund focused on financial-sector stocks. The firm is named Exegis Capital. Mulvaney talked about the fund on S&P Global's..

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