Sara Eisen is a talented and popular correspondent for Bloomberg Television and contributor to "Bloomberg Surveillance," Bloomberg's morning program that begins the day's conversation on business, economics, finance and investment, as well as "Lunch Money," the network's noon-hour program covering top news in equities, currencies, bonds, and commodities. One can hear her reporting on "Bloomberg Surveillance" starting at 6am ET on Bloomberg Radio, Bloomberg TV and Bloomberg.com, which is also available on Bloomberg's devices for mobile and tablets.
Eisen is based in New York City, she specializes in covering global macroeconomics, with a focus on foreign exchange and fixed income markets. She has extensively covered the European debt crisis, interviewing top political leaders and finance ministers from Germany to Greece. She also covered the earthquake and Fukushima crisis on the ground in Japan.
She has corresponded from G20 and IMF meetings around the world and has also interviewed regional Fed presidents Richard Fisher, Eric Rosengren, James Bullard and Charles Plosser. She reported exclusively from the Santa Colomba Conference at the Siena, Italy home of Nobel Prize-winning economist Robert Mundell in 2010 and 2012.
Sara Eisen married her husband in a quiet manner with only family and close friends attending the wedding. They are loving parents to their two sons. Her bio consists of more of her professional life than personal and wiki is in process of updating all her information. So, not many people know about her family life other than her close net friends and she does not have a boyfriend as she is currently in a blissful marriage. She can be found on twitter @saraeisenFX reporting and analyzing with news on everything to do with global finance and business. She is one of the eye-catching anchors working at Bloomberg and looks beautiful with her legs and feet showing in any dress at any age and time.
She holds a master’s degree in broadcast journalism with a concentration in business reporting from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University. Prior to joining Bloomberg Television, Eisen was a reporter for ForexTv.com.