Wall Street Correspondent, The Economist
Alice Fulwood is The Economist's Wall Street correspondent, covering a range of topics about banking and the financial system in the US. She is based in New York.
Before that Alice was a business correspondent, based in London, covering the pharmaceutical industry. She first joined the paper on an internship sponsored by the Marjorie Deane Foundation, where she wrote about finance, banking and economics.
Alice started writing for The Economist in 2018. Prior to joining The Economist Alice worked for a large European investment bank. During her tenure Alice was based in Singapore as an Economist covering Indonesia, the Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam. She also worked as a foreign exchange spot and derivatives sales trader in London. Alice graduated from the University of Cambridge, where she studied Economics.
A sunny place for a shady currency
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