| Date of Birth :|| May 21st, 1963
| Age :||55 Years old
| Net Worth :||N/A
| Married :||Yes
| Height :||N/A
Steve Liesman is an American journalist, senior economics reporter for the cable financial television channel CNBC. According to Liesman biography, he was born on May 21, 1963 in Bronxville which makes Steve Liesman age 53 years. He was born in New York, USA. His birth name is the same ‘Steve Liesman’. His ethnicity is white. He is known for appearing on the CNBC programs ‘Squawk box’ and other business related topics on CNBC and NBC and using a paper ‘easel’ while explaining the state of the United States economy. Liesman completed his school study in Edgemont High School in Scarsdale, New York and a B.A. in English from the State University of New York, Buffalo. He also holds an M.S. from Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.
Liesman career started as business reporter first at the Sarasota, Florida ‘Herald-Tribune’ from August 1987 to June 1992, and later at the St. Petersburg times. He moved to Moscow, Russia in August 1992 as founding business editor of the Moscow Times, the first English-language daily newspaper in Russia. He created the Moscow Times Index, the first stock index in Russia. Liesman joined ‘The Wall Street Journal’ in the Moscow Bureau in 1994, and was named ‘Moscow Bureau Chief’ in 1996. He transferred to the New York Bureau in 1998 when he began covering the international oil and gas industry. He was named WSJ’s senior economics reporter in 2000. Since then he has done various economics journalism for CNBC and continuing the same. He has written various articles in the economics in
the various news papers. He has also written the first story in the series, ‘Missteps by Moscow, New Asian Turmoil Set Off Russian Crisis’ (June 5, 1998), and awarded as well.
Although the detail about Steve Liesman net worth is not disclosed, we came to know that his net worth is being increased vastly in 2016 and is in millions of dollars. Liesman won an Emmy Award for his coverage of the U.S. financial crisis. He shared the ‘Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting’ in 1999, recognizing ‘Wall Street Journal’ coverage of the Russian financial crisis. And also being a senior economics reporter in the CNBC, we can imagine that he must be getting handsome salary.
Steve Liesman Is Spending A Happy Married Life With His Wife and Family
Steve is a married man. He has two sons. In addition to his duties as CNBC’s senior economics reporter, Steve Liesman is an amateur guitarist and plays regularly in a Grateful Dead cover band. He also hosted the pay-per-view broadcast of the band’s three ‘Fare Three Well’ concerts in Chicago in July.
The much details about his physical appearance is not found in any sites. Steve Liesman height is that of the normal American men’s height and now a day, he has a bald head and looks a bit fat. He has brownish eyes.
Steve Liesman has 67.4K followers in twitter @steveliesman. And we can find his more details in wiki as well. You can also get to read about him in CNBC website http://www.cnbc.com/id/15838058