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Robin Wigglesworth
Global finance correspondent for the Financial Times. Semi-professional Norwegian despite the Harry Potter-esque name. Sapere aude. Views mine bla bla.
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Robin Wigglesworth 3h
Replying to @samgadjones
Amen.
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Myles McCormick 4h
Great piece by & on the weird data points investors are turning to to work out how badly the coronavirus outbreak has hit the Chinese economy.
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Robin Wigglesworth 13h
The IMF is sending a delegation to Beirut tomorrow. No request for a formal programme yet. Statement below.
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kadhim (^ー^)ノ 17h
Replying to @LaurenFedor
Here's the statement attached to Milken's pardon: "Michael Milken, one of America’s greatest financiers, pioneered the use of high-yield bonds in corporate finance." Says his pardon was backed by Adelsons, Tom Barrack, Rupert Murdoch, Sean Parker, John Paulson, Rudy Giuliani
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Robin Wigglesworth 17h
Replying to @guan @ONAN_OUS and 3 others
Yeah I don’t think Norwegians mess up G. But weirdly they often mix up Vs and Ws when they speak English.
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Robin Wigglesworth 17h
It’s only February, but so far 2020 is off to an interesting start, with eugenics and cannibalism dominating the debate.
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kadhim (^ー^)ノ 18h
Replying to @LaurenFedor
Michael Milken gets a pardon:
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Robin Wigglesworth Feb 18
Has had “enough of experts” as well.
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Robin Wigglesworth Feb 18
Replying to @nafezouk
Yeah. The politics in Lebanon are infinitely more complex and combustible - literally so.
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Joe Rennison Feb 18
Ketchup. Catch up. Ketchup. Catch up. Ketchup. Catch up.
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Hanne Østli Jakobsen Feb 17
Dingseboms (Norwegian)
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Robin Wigglesworth Feb 17
A thread on my sprawling two-part project on Jamaica, one of the most miraculous economic comeback stories I'm aware of. I think it's a fascinating story, with far wider implications. Part 1 is here: Part 2 is here:
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roula khalaf Feb 18
Soros versus Zuckerberg In the
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Robin Wigglesworth Feb 18
Replying to @sridinats
Dang. That is pretty awesome.
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Robin Wigglesworth Feb 18
Replying to @M_PaulMcNamara
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Paul McNamara Feb 18
UBS's China activity tracker sending very similar signals to GS from Friday.
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Robin Wigglesworth Feb 17
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Robin Wigglesworth Feb 17
Replying to @mannynim
It was simply of the first fun gifs that came up when I googled "Jamaica gifs"...
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Robin Wigglesworth Feb 17
Replying to @PeterBlairHenry
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Robin Wigglesworth Feb 17
Replying to @ErikThomson7
Slightly more to do with my monomania...
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