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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India’s Modi met Sunday with corporate America's top leaders, in a CEO roundtable that contrasted sharply with one Trump recently held.
In their first meeting, Trump and India’s Modi will try to build trust and a rapport in what some are calling a “bromance in the making.”
CNBC's Seema Mody provides a preview of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's meeting with President Donald Trump at the White House on Monday.
CNBC's Seema Mody reports on the quarterly earnings report for Steelcase.
With all the hysteria around bitcoin surging to records, CNBC decided to put it to the test.
With all the excitement around bitcoin, we wondered if one person could live off of this virtual currency for week. CNBC decided to put it to the test.
As the price of bitcoin and mainstream popularity grow, CNBC's Seema Mody tries to live solely using the cryptocurrency.
Congressional support for a probe into TransDigm's pricing model is getting louder. Senator Elizabeth Warren is now on board.
CNBC's Seema Mody reports on Hudson's Bay cutting 2,000 North American jobs and announcing a new president of the company.
Art Cashin, of UBS, says Wall Street will be watching former FBI Director James Comey's testimony very closely for any signs of doubt Trump's actions put the president's agenda on the back shelf. Also Cashin expects a "nail-biting" afternoon after a spike in oil supplies send crude prices higher.