Fred Imbert is a CNBC Reporter covering markets.
Prior to CNBC, Imbert worked as a business consultant in San Juan, Puerto Rico and held an internship at the Central New York Business Journal where he covered small and local businesses.
Imbert graduated from Syracuse University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Newspaper Journalism and Political Science.
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