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Based in New York, Scarlet Fu co-anchors “Bloomberg Markets” and “What’d You Miss?” every weekday. She also hosts “Bloomberg ETF IQ,” the first program to focus solely on exchange-traded products. Together with Tom Keene, Fu also hosts “The Fed Decides,” Bloomberg Television’s special coverage of the Federal Reserve’s policy meeting decisions, updates of economic projections and news conferences. She also moderates discussion panels, including the monthly CornellTech@Bloomberg speaker series with tech luminaries and entrepreneurs.

 

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ETF IQ

 

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Bloomberg Markets and What’d You Miss?

Before joining Bloomberg Television in 2007, Fu was a U.S. stocks editor for Bloomberg News.

Based in New York, Scarlet Fu is a central part of Bloomberg Television’s afternoon US programming, co-anchoring “Bloomberg Markets” and “What’d You Miss?” every weekday from 2-5pm ET. She also hosts “Bloomberg ETF IQ,” (1-130pm ET on Wednesdays) the first program to focus solely on exchange-traded products.

Together with Tom Keene, Fu also hosts “The Fed Decides,” Bloomberg Television’s special coverage of the Federal Reserve’s policy meeting decisions, updates of economic projections and news conferences. She also moderates discussion panels, including the monthly CornellTech@Bloomberg speaker series with tech luminaries and entrepreneurs.
During her years at Bloomberg Television, Fu covered the demise of Bear Stearns and Lehman Brothers and the subsequent global credit crisis in 2008. Her areas of interest include diversity in the workplace and the business of sports.
Before joining Bloomberg Television in 2007, Fu was a U.S. stocks editor for Bloomberg News. Prior to that, she oversaw Bloomberg News coverage of Asian equities, and reported on the handover of Hong Kong to Chinese rule in 1997. Fu began her journalism career at CNBC Asia in Hong Kong.
Fu graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Cornell University with a bachelor’s degree in history and concentration in Asian American Studies. She has also studied Mandarin at Peking and National Taiwan Normal Universities.

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