Suzanne O'Halloran

Suzanne O'Halloran is Managing Editor of 

Suzanne oversees Wall Street trends, financial markets, economic and corporate news, as well as the newsmakers behind the headlines. She joined FOX Business by way of Yahoo Finance, Bloomberg, CNBC and BATs Trading, now owned by the CBOE. 

During her tenure at Bloomberg, she spent several years covering financial markets reporting live from the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Marketsite. She also covered commodity trading from the CME’s NYMEX Exchange. 

She has reported on some of the world’s biggest business stories including the Federal Reserve’s rapid COVID-19 response, 9/11-Wall Street, the Great Recession: the financial crisis of 2008, the collapse of Lehman Brothers, the bailout of General Motors and Chrysler, as well as the 2010 Flash Crash which erased trillions in market value in roughly a half-hour. 

Additionally, she began covering the Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) and cryptocurrency industries during their infancy.  

She is a graduate of Boston College and a member of The Association of Business Journalists (SABEW).  

She holds dual American-Irish citizenship. 

You can follow her on Twitter and LinkedIn

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