Here's the Tweet that caught my eye.

The title was cut off, but I found the chart and added to it.

Medium-sized firms show the steepest reactions in recessions and recoveries.

Recession comparisons to 2007 stand out.

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Tweets of the Day: Is Anyone Worrying?

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Tweets of the Day: Economy, Saudi Arabia, Tesla, Taxes, Russiagate, Italy, Japan

Please consider some Tweets that caught my eye this week on a variety of subjects.