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Biography of Rick Santelli – Wikipedia

This is what you need to know about Rick Santelli, an American news editor for the CNBC Business News network since June 14, 1999, reporting mainly from the Chicago Chamber of Commerce floor.

Rick Santelli Age – Birthday

Sandeli was born on July 6, 1956 in Chicago, Illinois, USA

Rick Sandeli Height

Rick Santelli Family

Santelli is the wife of Terri Santelli. He is the grandson of four Italian immigrants. He has not revealed the identity of his parents and siblings, so he will be informed.

Rick Santelli Wife

Sandeli is married to his wife Terry Sandeli. They live in Wayne, Illinois.

Rick Santelli Children

He has not revealed information about his children and therefore they will be informed.

Rick Santelli Salary

Santelli receives an average annual salary of $ 2 million. This is in line with the salaries of CNBC News anchors / journalists.

Rick Santelli Net Worth

Santelli has an estimated net worth of $ 8 million. His career as a news anchor is his main source of income.

Rick Santelli training

He is a graduate of the University of Illinois Champaign / Urbana with a Bachelor of Science degree.

Rick Santelli Career

He joined the Chicago Mercantile Exchange and the Chicago Board of Trade as a commodity trader and order payer for Drexel Burnham Lambert and eventually became Vice President of Futures and Interest Rate Options in 1979.

He has also provided live coverage of print markets and local and national radio and television. Joined CNBC from Institutional Financial Futures and Options at Sanwa Futures, LLC. In the 1990s, Santelli felt that the financial sector was changing in a way that was “unprofitable for me and my family” and accepted a full-time job with CNBC in 1999.

Rick Santelli Health

Sandeli has not revealed any information about his health and therefore will be informed as soon as he is available.

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