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Tracked since 27/06/2019. Last updated 02/04/2020.

89426 Follower for a Like

178852 Follower for a Retweet

Date Followers Followings Tweets Average Likes Average Retweet Engagement Rate
1. 02/04/2020 1,788,526 +1,363 964 -- 173,548 +158 20 -8 10 -1 3.23 % -0.95
2. 30/03/2020 1,787,163 +1,218 964 -- 173,390 +121 28 +1 11 -11 4.18 % -0.96
3. 28/03/2020 1,785,945 +431 964 -- 173,269 +45 27 +4 22 +11 5.14 % +1.51
4. 27/03/2020 1,785,514 +729 964 -- 173,224 +60 23 +6 11 +2 3.63 % +0.89
5. 26/03/2020 1,784,785 +2,816 964 -- 173,164 +216 17 -12 9 -7 2.74 % -2.01
6. 21/03/2020 1,781,969 +5,171 964 -1 172,948 +690 29 -1 16 -1 4.75 % -0.19
7. 10/03/2020 1,776,798 +5,997 965 -- 172,258 +1,553 30 +13 17 +8 4.94 % +2.15
8. 12/02/2020 1,770,801 +349 965 -- 170,705 +148 17 +1 9 +3 2.79 % +0.33
9. 09/02/2020 1,770,452 +4,031 965 -- 170,557 +1,768 16 +3 6 +1 2.46 % +2.46
10. 11/01/2020 1,766,421 +223 965 -- 168,789 +55 13 -4 5 -4 0.00 % --
11. 10/01/2020 1,766,198 +48 965 -- 168,734 +17 17 +5 9 +2 0.00 % --
12. 09/01/2020 1,766,150 +1,145 965 -- 168,717 +218 12 -3 7 -- 0.00 % --
13. 06/01/2020 1,765,005 +787 965 -- 168,499 +191 15 -8 7 -4 0.00 % --
14. 02/01/2020 1,764,218 +68 965 -- 168,308 +46 23 +9 11 +4 0.00 % --
15. 01/01/2020 1,764,150 -204 965 -- 168,262 +118 14 -11 7 -7 0.00 % --
16. 29/12/2019 1,764,354 -- 965 -- 168,144 +120 25 +8 14 +6 0.00 % --
17. 26/12/2019 1,764,354 +191 965 -- 168,024 +74 17 -3 8 -- 0.00 % --
18. 25/12/2019 1,764,163 +25 965 -- 167,950 +9 20 +8 8 +2 0.00 % --
19. 24/12/2019 1,764,138 +53 965 -- 167,941 +73 12 -8 6 -3 0.00 % --
20. 22/12/2019 1,764,085 +75 965 -- 167,868 +24 20 +1 9 -1 0.00 % --
21. 21/12/2019 1,764,010 +429 965 -- 167,844 +258 19 -- 10 +3 0.00 % --
22. 17/12/2019 1,763,581 +187 965 -- 167,586 +190 19 +7 7 -- 0.00 % --
23. 13/12/2019 1,763,394 -8 965 -- 167,396 +63 12 -- 7 -- 0.00 % -2.04
24. 12/12/2019 1,763,402 +213 965 -1 167,333 +709 12 -3 7 -2 2.04 % +2.04
25. 29/11/2019 1,763,189 +34 966 -- 166,624 +42 15 -1 9 +1 0.00 % --
26. 28/11/2019 1,763,155 +77 966 -- 166,582 +43 16 -- 8 -- 0.00 % --
27. 27/11/2019 1,763,078 -73 966 -- 166,539 +59 16 +3 8 -- 0.00 % --
28. 26/11/2019 1,763,151 -2 966 -- 166,480 +71 13 -13 8 -6 0.00 % --
29. 25/11/2019 1,763,153 +31 966 -- 166,409 +42 26 +5 14 +3 0.00 % --
30. 24/11/2019 1,763,122 -- 966 -- 166,367 -- 21 -- 11 -- 0.00 % --

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Almost ten million Americans have filed for unemployment benefits in the past two weeks, as businesses continue to lay off and furlough workers amid the coronavirus outbreak. https://t.co/O1zWgbej01 https://t.co/blKimMJ0Mh
Almost ten million Americans have filed for unemployment benefits in the past two weeks, as businesses continue to lay off and furlough workers amid the coronavirus outbreak. https://t.co/O1zWgbej01 https://t.co/blKimMJ0Mh
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Discount retailer Ross Stores is putting a "majority" of its employees on furlough beginning Sunday. Affected employees will still continue to receive their company-funded healthcare. https://t.co/23tEDRO7m2
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US markets opened flat, traded higher and then moved into the red Thursday morning. The very choppy action comes after a new report showed initial unemployment claims skyrocketed to record highs because of the coronavirus pandemic. https://t.co/shlZ4OdO7W
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When New York City shut down bars and restaurants to control the coronavirus pandemic, hundreds of thousands of workers and freelancers lost their incomes. Hear their stories. https://t.co/sjr81ZHTLx https://t.co/RAa0VPgg6O
When New York City shut down bars and restaurants to control the coronavirus pandemic, hundreds of thousands of workers and freelancers lost their incomes. Hear their stories. https://t.co/sjr81ZHTLx https://t.co/RAa0VPgg6O
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Many of the most popular British newspapers — typically some of the UK government's biggest cheerleaders — are now tearing into it over its coronavirus response, slamming confusing and conflicting messaging from senior members of Boris Johnson's cabinet. https://t.co/txpiUiVJ02
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CNN's @ChristineRomans has the day's top business headlines before the Opening Bell on Wall Street https://t.co/FcDtEUlFJL https://t.co/JXk9OBhFUi
CNN's @ChristineRomans has the day's top business headlines before the Opening Bell on Wall Street https://t.co/FcDtEUlFJL https://t.co/JXk9OBhFUi
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JUST IN: 6.6 million workers filed for their first week of unemployment benefits in the week ending March 28 — a new historic high. A week earlier, 3.3 million Americans filed for their first week of benefits, which was the largest number ever at the time. https://t.co/UkjG9IcyIK
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Boeing is offering employees buyouts as its CEO said it will take years for the airlines and aerospace industry to recover from the coronavirus crisis. https://t.co/pPpMxddScN
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The March jobs report, which will be released Friday, marks the beginning of the post-outbreak US labor market. But it won't be able to tell us just how bad things are likely to get. https://t.co/mEErPclLE4
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The thirst for oil has evaporated. That could mean a supply glut so epic that the world will soon run out of room to store all the unneeded barrels of oil. https://t.co/Et5Zk3GjMr
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Small, rural grocery stores do not always offer delivery. So during the coronavirus crisis, cops are stepping up to fill the void. https://t.co/YAwUcV78Vd
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Zoom has been used for everything from brunches and birthday parties to religious events and even a UK cabinet meeting. But the video conferencing app's spike in popularity is leading to a wave of scrutiny, particularly around privacy. https://t.co/7RamKXbYUK
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While government agencies and banks are offering aid to homeowners by suspending mortgage payments, getting direct relief to the country's 44 million renter households is harder. Here's what to do if you can't pay your rent. https://t.co/zdFAEajOlI
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Own a small business? Here's what you need to know about the government's new forgivable loan program. https://t.co/A2B9bv1Qjv
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The coronavirus pandemic has forced millions of Americans to stay home, and they're drinking a lot of alcohol to pass time — for now. Booze sales shot up 55% in the third week of March compared to the same time a year ago, according to Nielsen. https://t.co/N53ZTC11Am
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SoftBank is walking away from a sizeable chunk of its WeWork rescue package, which included a near billion dollar windfall for ousted founder Adam Neumann https://t.co/mBE8PB8Xl5
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Small businesses drive the American economy, but as the coronavirus pandemic has proven, they do so from a cliff. Many are about to fall off. https://t.co/MlaggYsg1P
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The $50 billion aviation bailout will keep airlines in business and employees on the job for the the next six months. Still, airline executives suggested they expect fewer flights and slumping demand for air travel for quite some time. https://t.co/85KLvCBvme
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Banks and companies in other industries have already started ditching payments worth billions of dollars. The cuts are a sign of just how big a hit the coronavirus is for global businesses, which delivered a record $1.4 trillion in dividends last year. https://t.co/Fi9lcRdOo1
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US car sales fell sharply in March, another blow to the nation's economy from the coronavirus outbreak. https://t.co/QPtgd3VSXx
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British American Tobacco — the maker of Camel, Lucky Strike and Pall Mall cigarettes — says its biotech subsidiary, Kentucky BioProcessing, is working on a potential coronavirus vaccine that can be produced in lab-grown plants closely related to tobacco. https://t.co/pd0irmDnsY
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The long-awaited $26 billion merger between T-Mobile and Sprint is officially complete https://t.co/2B4KRsXG0C
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The biggest names in hotels and retail are hoping to funnel their underemployed personnel to grocery chains, pharmacies, delivery services and others in desperate need of employees https://t.co/M3UjWdqvDZ
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The coronavirus pandemic has forced millions of Americans to stay home, and they're drinking a lot of alcohol to pass time — for now. Booze sales shot up 55% in the third week of March compared to the same time a year ago, according to Nielsen. https://t.co/F6kvn5bdYD
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Two N95 mask manufacturers have issued fraud warnings amid the coronavirus pandemic, saying they've received complaints about fraudsters trying to sell nonexistent product. In one case, counterfeit masks have already made it to the front lines in the US. https://t.co/g91Xa0scsv
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Companies — such as Macy's, Gap and Kohl's — are furloughing thousands of workers due to the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic. But what exactly does it mean to be furloughed and how does it differ from being laid off? https://t.co/YnHdo2hd04
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Ahead of its HBO Max launch, WarnerMedia has named a new CEO: Jason Kilar, the founding CEO of Hulu. CNN is a division of WarnerMedia. https://t.co/LxmVWeoTp5
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Firearm and ammunition retailers have been designated an "essential service," according to updated guidance from the federal government, as states around the country issue "stay-at-home" orders amid the coronavirus pandemic https://t.co/0KLtMT3Swa
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More than 1.1 million autoworkers have been forced to stay home in Europe as the coronavirus pandemic closes plants and brings production in the region to a standstill https://t.co/kQQNYJgyp2
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US stock futures were up Wednesday following a rough start to the second quarter for Wall Street https://t.co/wNnREYnsOs
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While government agencies and banks are offering aid to homeowners by suspending mortgage payments, getting direct relief to the country's 44 million renter households is harder. Here's what to do if you can't pay your rent. https://t.co/rNUdT7zens
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Own a small business? Here's what you need to know about the government's new forgivable loan program. https://t.co/aagW9ZiJLe
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Zoom has been used for everything from brunches and birthday parties to religious events and even a UK cabinet meeting. But the video conferencing app's spike in popularity is leading to a wave of scrutiny, particularly around privacy. https://t.co/dFBqKXKhgw
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The first stimulus checks could go out within three weeks and will likely go to those for whom the Internal Revenue Service already has direct deposit information on file. It's unclear how long it will take to get the money to everyone else. https://t.co/QTXVbCLxZn
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Small, rural grocery stores do not always offer delivery. So during the coronavirus crisis, cops are stepping up to fill the void. https://t.co/VaN1Y9LTXO
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In a worst case scenario, China's $14 trillion economy may not grow at all in 2020, the World Bank warns. That would be its weakest performance in 44 years. https://t.co/jJCZMrCiZO
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The thirst for oil has evaporated. That could mean a supply glut so epic that the world will soon run out of room to store all the unneeded barrels of oil. https://t.co/EPvRtgCE4v
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For millions of Americans, a job doesn't only mean a paycheck — it also provides their health insurance. As unemployment surges amid the coronavirus pandemic, many laid-off workers will have to find coverage. https://t.co/XiW9Tib0QJ
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Small businesses drive the American economy, but as the coronavirus pandemic has proven, they do so from a cliff. Many are about to fall off. https://t.co/iY1FoD7sFD
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Covid-19 has sent the global economy into a downward spiral. CNN Business' @ChristineRomans explains three scenarios of what recovery could look like. https://t.co/u9kUurJ0cJ https://t.co/SGzVVE5LKp
Covid-19 has sent the global economy into a downward spiral. CNN Business' @ChristineRomans explains three scenarios of what recovery could look like. https://t.co/u9kUurJ0cJ https://t.co/SGzVVE5LKp
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Three flight attendant unions are urging the government against taking an ownership stake in airlines when it distributes $25 billion to fund payroll for aviation workers https://t.co/B5wrYBJDeW
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Live streaming classes. Virtual personal training.

The $94 billion fitness industry is adapting to the new realities of social distancing amid the coronavirus pandemic. https://t.co/lZ1vYI6h5a https://t.co/qMLBGAVy7V
Live streaming classes. Virtual personal training. The $94 billion fitness industry is adapting to the new realities of social distancing amid the coronavirus pandemic. https://t.co/lZ1vYI6h5a https://t.co/qMLBGAVy7V
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US stocks closed in the red as investors continue to grapple with the fallout from the coronavirus outbreak ahead of more labor market data. The Dow closed 4.4%, or 974 points, lower. The S&P finished down 4.4%. The Nasdaq Composite also closed down 4.4%. https://t.co/rzHXrzXXZO
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Food companies and retailers are trying to make sure that you're able to get traditional Easter foods despite the tumultuous time. You just might have to plan further ahead than usual or spend a little more if you plan to cook at home this holiday. https://t.co/wZE61NLq5l
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Pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson is working on a Covid-19 vaccine. "We look forward to bring[ing] the first batches early next year and millions of vaccines mid-next year," says Paul Stoffels, chief scientific officer https://t.co/opzGoEecqz https://t.co/64GYdAg9Z1
Pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson is working on a Covid-19 vaccine. "We look forward to bring[ing] the first batches early next year and millions of vaccines mid-next year," says Paul Stoffels, chief scientific officer https://t.co/opzGoEecqz https://t.co/64GYdAg9Z1
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Economists expect 3.5 million people filed for unemployment benefits for the first time last week, according to the Refinitiv consensus estimate. That would set a new all-time high, surpassing the previous week's data. https://t.co/NNh98iRjNJ
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Carnival Corporation is seeking at least $6 billion to weather an unprecedented crisis that has decimated business, after coronavirus outbreaks aboard its cruise ships killed several passengers and sickened hundreds more https://t.co/akgAOq1H4s
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The long-awaited $26 billion merger between T-Mobile and Sprint is officially complete https://t.co/3FqvqeqmCo
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Several health care tech companies have been touting services that allow patients to see doctors at their homes if they're not feeling well but don't have Covid-19 symptoms https://t.co/JDkbI2omLd
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While many may be able to continue doing their jobs from home during the coronavirus pandemic, a large number can't. How many employers are able to continue paying those idled employees — and for how long — is fast-changing. https://t.co/WdlGXi0BSp
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