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The Top 10 Financial Tweets For Wednesday, July 31

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There are millions of tweets written every day. Benzinga sifts through the maelstrom of information to find the ten best tweets of the day that are either informative, insightful, or just down right comical.

1. Pattern Traders Ltd.

Pattern Traders Ltd. (@JEliasof) tweeted the statement from the Troika following its first review of the bailout of Cyprus.



2. Phil Pearlman

Phil Pearlman (@ppearlman), executive editor of StockTwits, tweeted this morning about the run up in Iranian stocks. His tweet highlights that Iranian stocks have quietly rallied over 50 percent since March.



3. Craig Erlam

Craig Erlam (@Craig_AlpariUK), a market analyst at Alpari UK, tweeted a Bloomberg article that highlights several weaknesses in China's financial system.



4. Russian Market

Russian Market (@russian_market) tweeted this morning as Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) shares briefly returned back to its IPO price at $38.



5. Holger Zschaepitz

Holger Zschaepitz (@Schuldensuehner), editor of the financial and economics desk at German paper Die Welt, tweeted out a comment from the IMF on Greece's bailout progress. He noted the financing gap that has appeared in 2016, which is a large part of the reported 11 billion euro financing gap.



6. Michael McKee

Michael McKee (@mckonomy), economics editor for Bloomberg TV and Radio, tweeted this morning following the strong ADP Employment report, noting that it sets up a strong Non-Farm Payrolls report on Friday.



7. lemasabachthani

lemasabachthani (@lemasabachthani) tweeted following the Treasury's funding announcement this morning.



8. Jeff York

Jeff York (@mpgtrader) tweeted his technical analysis of Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL). He noted that shares were pulling back this morning and that he sees $448 as support.




CMCM (@CMCMFIN) tweeted this morning following the release of the second quarter GDP data. Apparently, CMCM believes that the data was boosted by Sharknado...



10. Wu-Tang Financial

Wu-Tang Financial (Wu_Tang_Finance) tweeted following the release of the GDP revisions to prior years as well, noting that the recent data has been sub-par.


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