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Stewart Fleming

Stewart FlemingFormer US Editor, Financial Times

  • Europe

Stewart Fleming has written extensively on international monetary and economic policy since the 1970s, combining coverage of day-to-day developments during the credit crisis with analysis of longer-term issues, such as the decline of the dollar and the rise of emerging economies. Fleming pays particularly close attention to comparative analysis of the European Central Bank and the Federal Reserve Board.

As US Editor, New York correspondent and Frankfurt Correspondent for the Financial Times between 1976 and 1990, Fleming covered some of the major landmarks of the post-war economic landscape.

A graduate in Economics of Cambridge University, he started his career as Economist and Stock Analyst at Prudential Assurance.

Fleming has also worked for Evening Standard, The Guardian, Institutional Investor and New Statesman. Based in Brussels between 2003-2008, he wrote on international economic policy issues for European Voice, the Brussels-focused weekly publication owned by The Economist.