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Katie Martin
FT markets ed. "Young journalist". "Scummy little journalist". "Globalist shit for brains". "Deep State". Vomiting Camels. Walthamstow before it was cool.
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Katie Martin 42m
Goldman on European equities: "more downside to come"
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Dow 1h
Wall St and the Fed rn
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Katie Martin 2h
Replying to @el_snoop
is there much difference? I dunno
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John Authers 2h
Coronavirus to knock US earnings growth to zero, Goldman says via
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Replying to @Grepsul
just sounds like an awful lot of locusts for one duck, no?
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i mean, i'm no duckspert, but this sounds extremely unlikely to me
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Sara Eisen 2h
S&P -5% since this one...
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Frederik Ducrozet 2h
Shorter Lagarde's honest response: ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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Lewis Goodall 7h
Gove has just responded to a DUP MP “that there will be no border down the Irish Sea.” It directly contradicts what he said- ten minutes ago. This is...extraordinary.
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Katie Martin 3h
Replying to @IvanTheK
not now, shoulder-fired missiles. Not now
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Replying to @kadhim
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Replying to @Petercampbell1
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Replying to @katie_martin_fx
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Replying to @katie_martin_fx
i mean, the gvt did part ways with its CFO
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Katie Martin 7h
a hahahaha haaaaaaaaahaha
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Katie Martin 7h
Replying to @JoshTANoble
so, plenty of time to die, really
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Katie Martin 7h
my new go-to reason for binning meetings
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Jim Pickard 8h
BREAKING: Court of Appeal has upheld challenge to Heathrow third runway on climate change grounds, concluding that the government's ANPS (airports national policy statement) was "unlawful" because it failed to take into account the Paris Agreement
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