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ECB cuts borrowing costs and Twitter goes public

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ECB cuts borrowing costs and Twitter goes public


In one of the year’s most anticipated IPOs, Twitter went public having priced its shares way above what was first proposed.

The microblogging network raised more than 1.8 billion dollars thanks to strong investors demand. The question is: can Twitter monetise its and more than 200 million users.

The European Central Bank has responded to stimulus pressure as consumer price inflation fell and unemployment hit a new record high in the eurozone.

In this edition of Business Weekly, we get the thoughts of Nejra Cehic from Bloomberg on those stories.

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