Oil Search, Zip, JB Hi-Fi share prices jump, Aussie predicted to hit US$0.70, Scott Phillips on Nine’s Late News

Scott explained why a lower dollar is not necessarily a bad thing for Aussie companies.

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Motley Fool Chife Investment Officer Scott Phillips on nine news

Motley Fool Australia Chief Investment Officer Scott Phillips joined Nine’s Late News on Tuesday night to discuss the renewed interest in Oil Search Ltd (ASX: OSH), Bank of America buys more shares of Zip Co Ltd (ASX: Z1P), and forecasts for a (much) lower Aussie dollar.

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