Javier David is the weekend editor for CNBC.com. David joined the site as a writer in 2012, covering energy, markets and general business/financial topics.
Prior to CNBC, he covered foreign exchange and macroeconomics for Dow Jones and The Wall Street Journal, where he occasionally covered top Federal Reserve officials. He got his first start in journalism reporting on foreign exchange and macroeconomics, capital markets and corporate governance at Reuters, as well as global policymakers.
David holds a bachelor of arts in economics and politics from Long Island University, and a Master of Public Administration from Columbia University.
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