JACKIE DEANGELIS, BIO, AGE, FAMILY, HUSBAND, SCHOOL, SALARY, NET WORTH, FOX BUSINESS NETWORK

Jackie DeAngelis Biography

Jackie DeAngelis is a finance correspondent for FOX Business Network in the United States. She formerly worked as CNBC’s top energy correspondent and as the host of the online commodities show ‘Futures Now.’

How old is Jackie DeAngelis? – Age

She was born on 18 July 1993 in the United States. She is 28 years as of 2021.

Where did Jackie DeAngelis go to school? – Education

Cornell University awarded her a Bachelor of Arts in Asian Studies and History. She also has a Juris Doctorate from Rutgers Law School.

Jackie DeAngelis – Family

DeAngelis has not yet revealed her parents and siblings to the public.

Jackie DeAngelis husband

She has decided to keep her marital status private.

Jackie DeAngelis CNBC The journalist
Jackie DeAngelis CNBC The journalist

What is DeAngelis Salary?

Her salary has been estimated to be $117,352 annually.

DeAngelis Net Worth

Her net worth is under review.

Jackie DeAngelis Career

DeAngelis is a FOX Business Network finance correspondent. She joined the station in April 2019 and works out of the network’s New York headquarters, where she covers breaking business news. DeAngelis delivered a unique five-day segment series on the rising economic discussion between the two competing philosophies surrounding the event at FBN’s capitalism vs. socialism town hall in May 2019. Jackie worked for CNBC for 13 years, where she was the network’s main energy correspondent and the host of Futures Now, the network’s online commodities show. She gave market reports to CNBC’s daily programming and reported on the economic effect of hurricanes Irma and Harvey, as well as the Dakota Access Pipeline protests. She began her career at CNBC as Director of Strategic Programming and Development, where she was nominated for an Emmy Award for her program Investing in America: A CNBC Town Hall Event with President Obama. She also produced a number of network exclusives involving corporate leaders such as Warren Buffett, Chairman, and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, Timothy Geithner, former Treasury Secretary, and President Bill Clinton, among others. From 2010 to 2011, she worked for CNBC International in the Middle East, where she interviewed business leaders such as OPEC Secretary-General Abdalla El-Badri and Saudi Arabian Finance Minister Ibrahim Al-Assaf. DeAngelis left CNBC in December 2018 to join Yahoo Finance, where he is the host of the “The Ticker” lunchtime show. She interviewed corporate executives and industry specialists, including U.S. Shell President Gretchen Watkins and JPMorgan Chief Economist Anthony Chan, as well as breaking down the biggest financial headlines of the day.

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