Deep Bagchee is Senior Vice President of Product and Technology at CNBC. Previously, he was the VP of Product at CNBC Digital, and before that, the Managing Digital Editor and Head of Digital for CNBC International, overseeing digital teams in London and Singapore.
From 2010 to 2012 he was Supervising Digital Editor for CNBC Asia based in Singapore. Before joining CNBC, he worked as a producer for Bloomberg TV in New York and as an anchor and reporter for CNBC's affiliate CNBC-TV18 in India.
He holds an MBA from INSEAD business school in France and an MA in International Journalism from Cardiff University, UK.
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With US politicians sealing a deal to cut spending over the next 10 years, Asian stock markets were rallying on Monday. But analysts said the rally was likely to be short-lived and Asian policymakers needed to grapple with surging currencies and rebalancing growth.
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