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Best Finance Tweets of the Month: April 2015

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Bloomberg terminals: whether you love them, hate them or worry that they’re spying on you, they make the modern-day financial world go round for its 325,000 subscribers, who pay more than $20,000 a year for the massive real-time outpouring of market data.

So when most of Bloomberg’s global terminal network went down for two and a half hours on the morning of April 17 due to an “internal network issue,” traders around the world — particularly in London, where trading had just gotten underway — were roiled, and the British government postponed a 3 billion-pound bond issue.

Meanwhile, Janus’ Bill Gross pondered a really, really big short; Josh Brown talked negative European interest rates; and a Wall Street Journal reporter mocked The New York Times’ vintage reporting on a revolutionary “new” food product.

On General Economic Topics

— Joe Light (@joelight) April 14, 2015

On the Bloomberg Terminal Outage

Hat tip to Fortune for some Bloomberg tweets.

— Check out Best Finance Tweets of the Month: March 2015 on ThinkAdvisor.