Sudeep Reddy

Sudeep Reddy is an economics editor in The Wall Street Journal’s Washington Bureau, where he directs coverage of U.S. and international economics and economic policy. He joined the Journal as a reporter in 2007, writing extensively about the global financial crisis, the U.S. recession and their aftermath. He has covered economic policy across the White House, Treasury Department, Federal Reserve, International Monetary Fund and World Bank, along with the international gatherings of the G-7, G-8 and G-20 members.

Reddy received an award from the Society of American Business Editors and Writers for coverage of the economy and Federal Reserve on WSJ.com’s Real Time Economics blog, and was the recipient of the national print media award from the National Association of Consumer Advocates for stories about credit scoring.

He is a regular guest on radio and television programs to discuss economic news. He has appeared on APM’s Marketplace, PBS NewsHour and on NPR’s Tell Me More.

Economics Editor at The Wall Street Journal

Areas of Expertise: U.S. and International Economics, Economic Policy, Business & Politics, Energy Industry, Global Finance

Location: Washington, D.C.

Contact Info:

Email: sudeep.reddy@wsj.com

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Tell Me More: Is A Government Shutdown Good For Anyone?

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