Top 10 U.K. Journalists in Finance
Using our extensive media database, we compiled a list of the top 10 United Kingdom journalists in the Finance space. Our solution makes it easy to find — and connect with — the influencers that matter to you.
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*Data as October, 2019
1. Stephanie Flanders
Bio: I am a Senior Executive Editor at Bloomberg and head of Bloomberg Economics, but my views are my own.
2. Jamie McGeever
Bio: Senior Economics Correspondent, Brazil @Reuters
3. Ed Conway
Bio: @SkyNews Economics Editor @TheTimes columnist Books: http://www.edmundconway.com/books/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Be nice 😀
5. Ian King
Bio: Business Presenter, @SkyNews, business columnist, @thetimes & advisory board member, @MBSnews. Ian King Live is on Sky News at 1330 UK time Mon-Fri
6. Lionel Baber
Bio: Editor of the Financial Times. Amateur cyclist. Tottenham Hotspur fan
7. Jeremy Warner
Bio: Associate Editor, The Daily Telegraph; columnist on the international and UK economies, finance, and business
8. Wolfgang Munchau
Bio: I am director of http://eurointelligence.com and a columnist for the Financial Times and Corriere della Sera
10. Merryn Somerset Webb
Bio: Editor in chief of @Moneyweek. Columnist for @FT. Opinions personal.
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