10 Financial tweeters to follow

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We're always here to talk through your financial plans but whilst we manage your money, on a day-to-day basis you might want to keep on top of the markets, or hear about the latest goings on and changes in the investment industry. For that, there are some great experts out there who you can follow on twitter and learn a little more about the financial world.

1 - Tim Harford - Economist and Radio 4 presenter. Tweets mainly links to interesting financial and business stories from around the world.

2 - Banker's Umbrella - Ex-private banker turned maverick social media presence and industry commentator. Tweets humour and industry insight as well as links to interesting content and market commentary

3 - Paul Lewis - Popular freelance financial journalist who hosts the Money Box programme on BBC Radio 4, as well as writing a blog and contributing to a variety of other outlets.

4 - Allister Heath - Editor of London-based business and financial newspaper, City AM. Tweets links to the paper as well as comment on world events.

5 - Aurelija Augulyte - Market strategist based in Denmark. A good follow for those interested in the European markets.

6 - Martin Lewis - Familiar host of the popular Money Saving Expert website, where he campaigns on and for consumer finance issues. Good follow for those everyday tips.

7 - This Is Money - Hugely popular consumer-focussed financial website, though their tweets are almost exclusively links to their content.

8 - Modeled Behavior - Not one but two economists! Financial and business links and discussion.

9 - Henry Tapper - Pensions tweeter with a blog, often discussing the subject in-depth.

10 - Brian Lucey - Hugely respected finance professor and blogger, with good insights on big world finance events.