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Bond king Gundlach will keep his Twitter account open after 'suspicious activity' deemed 'innocuous'

Key Points
  • In a tweet late Tuesday night, the DoubleLine Capital founder said the company "has concluded certain potentially suspicious activity was in fact innocuous. Therefore I will not be suspending my account."
  • Gundlach tweeted on Sunday he was deleting his Twitter profile amid "suspicious activity."
Jeffrey Gundlach, chief executive officer of Doubleline Capital LP
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Jeffrey Gundlach, one of the world's best-known hedge fund managers, will not delete his Twitter account after all.

In a tweet late Tuesday night, the DoubleLine Capital founder said the company "has concluded certain potentially suspicious activity was in fact innocuous. Therefore I will not be suspending my account."

Gundlach tweeted on Sunday he was deleting his Twitter profile amid "suspicious activity. "

Gundlach has used his account to express his thoughts on taxes, financial markets and specific companies. Last month, he called Deutsche Bank a "sick puppy." The account was opened in May 2017 and has more than 74,000 followers.

DoubleLine, which manages around $120 billion in assets, did not immediately respond to a CNBC.com request for comment.

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