Thursday, March 8

Common tweets are good economic indicators

Information published on the Internet is increasingly used by economic agents to find market trends. They started by search engines, but now they are also studying social networks, which are probably more reliable than traditional questionnaires, consisting of completely spontaneous information coming of a huge population sample. So let’s watch our language in our tweets, so we won’t shock staffs from central banks or financial business who might be reading us. And as for compulsively lying in every word, let’s not do so, or we can be starting another global crisis.

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