Spriha Srivastava is the lead blog writer for World Markets Live at CNBC International, managing the coverage of the European trading day and breaking news for CNBC's live blog. She also writes regular news stories covering various aspects of macroeconomics across Europe and emerging markets for CNBC.com. She was previously a senior staff writer, Money Management at the Financial Times where she covered personal finance. Prior to that, Spriha spent four years at Thomson Reuters where she was one of the moderators for Global Markets Forum, a live forum for market professionals.
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