Seema Mody is a global markets reporter for CNBC, located at the network's Global Headquarters in Englewood Cliffs, N.J. Most recently, Mody was co-anchor for "Worldwide Exchange" based in London. She joined CNBC in July 2011 as a reporter focusing on stories that impact Wall Street as well as tracking the tech and IPO market from the NASDAQ. Mody also hosted a "Trading the Twicker" segment for "Fast Money."
Previously, Mody was an anchor and reporter at CNBC-TV18 in Mumbai, India where she covered India's economic boom. She co-anchored two programs for the station, "Power Breakfast" and "After the Bell," as well as co-produced and anchored special features on "Mumbai Fashion Week" and "Tech Toyz." While at CNBC-TV18, Mody also reported on private equity deals and M&A activity across India exclusively interviewing global private equity heads, including Warburg Pincus CEO Chip Kaye. Mody provided India daily market updates on CNBC World's "Capital Connection" and "Cash Flow."
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