Pradip Sigdyal is a market data and analytics lead at CNBC and focuses on maintaining data integrity across CNBC's vast portfolio of on-air and digital data products, as well as supporting Business News with data-driven statistics, facts and stories. Prior to CNBC, he worked as a licensed equity trader on wall street.
Pradip holds a master of science degree in data analytics from New York University's Stern School of Business and a bachelor of arts degree in mathematics and environmental science & policy from Clark University in Worcester, MA.
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