Landon Dowdy joined CNBC in 2014 as a general assignment reporter focusing on personal finance and millennials in the workplace. She appears daily on CNBC's "Worldwide Exchange" and is based at the network's Global Headquarters in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey.
In addition, Dowdy is the host of CNBC digital series "Young Money" and "Morning Report" and reports across various NBC properties contributing business updates to MSNBC, Golf Channel and NBC affiliates across the country.
Dowdy graduated with honors from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a bachelor's degree in Broadcast Journalism. There, she was a John Robert Bittner scholar and finished first place in the national Hearst Journalism Awards. Dowdy also attended the honors program at the University of Oxford in Oxford, United Kingdom.
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Financials are on fire and regional banks are leading the way. CNBC's Landon Dowdy reports.
Financials have been on a wild ride since the US election with the overall sector up about 15%.
Medical supplies manufacturer Becton Dickinson announced it will acquire C.R. Bard for $24 billion in a cash and stock deal.
U.S. stock futures were surging and European averages were jumping following the weekend election vote in France, in which centrist Emmanuel Macron won the first round of voting.
The idea that tax reform may be back on the front burner has Wall Street in an upbeat mood ahead of the final trading day of the week.
Shares of IBM moving lower as the tech giant reported disappointing earnings and narrow profit margins.
U.S. stock futures were showing a very slight positive trend this morning, but not enough to give a clear signal that US markets might see a rebound today.
U.S. stocks are coming off their best daily gains of April, but stock index futures and recent history may be working against extending that rally today.