We looked inside some of the tweets by @LiamWardProud and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Low interest rates and mounting bad loans have forced EU lenders to consider overdue consolidation. A new @Breakingviews index shows that there are many potential targets. Read the view and access the interactive table here https://t.co/0loUaoGQYE @LiamWardProud @ReutersFlasseur https://t.co/EBaSNtWMV0
Energy consumption by country+source, 1969-2018 https://t.co/GJW48HPvRu
Liam Proud. A man, some classics and a plant patting him on the head tell us knowledge leads to growth. It's a good notion but that leaf rests too easily, it exerts an ominous control. His blank expression troubles. Liam as we know him is gone. He serves the plant now. https://t.co/XmfUTJIaTv
“Despite what the Kremlin would presumably want, Navalny is gravely ill.” https://t.co/t5nTqddY5a
EU banks have boosted holdings of domestic government bonds, helped by cheap ECB funds. The exposure leaves them vulnerable if euro zone breakup fears return, and makes completing Europe’s banking union and cross-border M&A harder, writes @LiamWardProud: https://t.co/eJpVgSWfjq https://t.co/9PA8YG8lpB