Julianna Tatelbaum Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth, CNBC


Biography of Julianna Tatelbaum

Julianna Tatelbaum is an American reporter currently working for CNBC in London as a news correspondent. Prior to joining her current News station, she served at Deutsch Bank for 7 years.

Julianna Tatelbaum Age

Julianna was born on September 26, 1989 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America. He is 33 years old.

Julianna Tatelbaum Height

Tatelbaum stands at 5 feet 5 inches (about 1.65 m).

Julianna Tatelbaum Family

Little is known about her parents and there are also no details about his siblings, so this information will be updated as it becomes available.

Spouse Julianna Tatelbaum

She is currently engaged. However, Juliana is romantically involved with her handsome fiancé. However, he has not made his name public.

Salary Julianna Tatelbaum

Tatelbaum receives an average salary of $132,554 per year.

Julianna Tatelbaum Net Worth

Tatelbaum has an estimated net worth of $1 million to $5 million. Her career as a journalist is her main source of income.

Career Julianna Tatelbaum

Juliana currently works as a Business News reporter for CNBC in London. She is also a news correspondent. He currently works for CNBC in London. Before joining her current News station, she worked at Deutsch Bank for 7 years.

He also co-hosts the CNBC Europe show Street Signs with Joumanna Bercetche. Juliana also works as an analyst for Squawk Box Europe.

Julianna has been one of the key on-air voices for CNBC’s coverage of the French “yellow yellow” protests in Paris, the Comcast-Sky takeover and the fall of Carlos Ghosn at Renault. He has also interviewed a number of politicians, economists and market experts.

He has been based in London for the past six years and is a dual citizen with US and UK citizenship. She holds a degree in economics and is a trained improvisational actress.

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