Joumanna Bercetche is a London-based reporter for CNBC, covering company and geopolitical news. With 11 years' experience in the city, she is a macro and fixed income specialist.
A dual national with UK and Lebanese citizenship, Joumanna speaks Arabic and English. She spends much of her time reporting live on company earnings and interviewing both CFOs and CEOs from across EMEA. She also reports live on key decisions taken by financial institutions across the world, such as the European Central Bank's monetary policy decisions.
Joumanna joined CNBC in 2017, after working previously for Citigroup, Goldman Sachs and Merrill Lynch in London. She studied Economics as an undergraduate at the American University of Beirut where she was the recipient of the Penrose Award.
As trade tensions flare up between the U.S. and China, many investors are asking whether Beijing will look to weaken its own currency to retaliate against Washington tariffs.
The world economy is in relatively good shape but there are dark clouds looming on the horizon.
Italy's political turmoil could hit the continent harder than the Greek financial crisis and the Brexit vote, according to the finance minister of Latvia.
Italy's deepening political turmoil has pushed European democracy to the brink of collapse, the leader of the UNI Global Union has said.
Political turmoil in the eurozone's third-largest economy won't be going away anytime soon, according to Olivier Blanchard.
On Friday, two-year Italian bond yields rose 35 basis points in one day — almost equivalent to the entire range of the year for U.S. 10-year Treasurys.
The European Parliament session Tuesday was mired with controversy from the outset.
Spanish Economy Minister Roman Escolano is not concerned about the recent sell-off in the Italian bond markets, saying there is little contagion to other European markets like Spain.
The European Union's digital policy chief has urged Facebook to stick to its promise and abide by the region's more stringent data protection rules.
CNBC’s Joumanna Bercetche reports on Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s appearance in front of European Parliament to testify about the Cambridge Analytical data scandal.