We looked inside some of the tweets by @Breakingviews and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Ross McEwan has been named CEO of NAB, the lender worst hit by a bruising inquiry into misconduct. He's a welcome arrival at a low point. But he'll need to draw on his Edinburgh nous to rebuild trust and overhaul the group. http://bit.ly/2SlSyQA @ClaraMarquesRTR
Yes Bank's bad debt spiked in the June quarter and it needs more than $1 bln in fresh capital, over a third of its market value. Boss Ravneet Gill must convince private equity investors that a recovery in a handful of accounts will spread: http://bit.ly/2GjIB1h @ugalani
The Indian lender has had a torrid year. Bad loans have spiked and it needs $1 bln of capital. To avoid a more radical bailout, boss Ravneet Gill must convince private equity investors that a recovery in a handful of big bad accounts will spread. My latest,
Big banks received a windfall from their stakes in markets-technology company Tradeweb, but weren’t so transparent about the details. It’s a prime example of the irritating detective work required of mega-bank shareholders, writes @johnsfoley. https://bit.ly/2JEuHc7
Since unveiling its partnership-to-corporation conversion plan, Blackstone’s value has swollen. Investment income fell in the second quarter, but fee-based earnings jumped, and this steadier income seems more highly valued by fund managers. @tombuerkle https://bit.ly/30EAcgu
Morgan Stanley’s share-price performance and dividends have provided a 6% annual total return since 2009. That sandwiches the bank between its four rivals, but beating Citigroup and Goldman Sachs is in itself an achievement, writes @AntonyMCurrie. https://bit.ly/2xR2o3u