We looked inside some of the tweets by @Breakingviews and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Companies are taking advantage of gym bunnies’ changing exercise habits, and an internal rival to Italian opposition leader Matteo Salvini emerges strengthened from regional elections. Catch up with the latest financial insights from @Breakingviews here: https://t.co/ezZuL9CS9F https://t.co/znqWqDLtYE
Want to play president of the United States and build a team of experts to revive an economy suffering the after-effects of Covid-19? Use the new Economic Dream Team Machine from @Breakingviews to see who could have the edge in assembling economic talent: https://t.co/FlFo5YHv55 https://t.co/xmSczYe0f8
A suspected Novichok attack on Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny makes Berlin’s landmark gas pipeline partnership with Moscow, Nord Stream 2, even more controversial. But the intense awkwardness may in time be seen as useful, write @dasha_reuters and @gfhay: https://t.co/y10UOPmVPw https://t.co/63k9DJMMPy
Disney was slammed for filming "Mulan" in the restive Xinjiang region, where Beijing is putting Muslim ethnic minorities in camps. The movie has been largely panned by Chinese viewers anyway. It’s a prelude to a trade-war trial for studios. @petesweeneypro https://t.co/lN9zERQ281 https://t.co/iCLImNsGLJ