Who Are The Top 5 Hottest Female Financial Anchors?


1. Amanda Drury, CNBC

Amanda Drury is co-anchor of CNBC’s “Street Signs”. She joined CNBC’s U.S. team in May 2010 and Drury is also a regular contributor to MSNBC’s “Jansing & Co” and NBC’s “Today.” Drury has been a business and financial journalist for more than 10 years.  She joined CNBC in the U.S. from CNBC Asia Pacific where she was most recently an anchor on two of the network’s signature morning business programs: “Squawk Box” and “CNBC’s Cash Flow,” based in the CNBC Australia headquarters in Sydney.

She joined CNBC Asia Pacific in 2001 as anchor of “Market Watch” and “Business Centre Australia.” In addition to tracking the markets and speaking with business and political leaders across the region, Drury has hosted numerous feature programs for the network including the personal finance show “Grow Your Wealth,” which she pioneered and the technology-focused “Generation-e.”  She was twice nominated as “Best News Anchor” at the Asian Television Awards. Follow her on Twitter @MandyCNBC

2. Kayla Tausche, CNBC

Kayla Tausche joined CNBC in January 2011 as a general assignment reporter covering corporate finance and deals for CNBC’s Business Day programming. In 2011, Tausche covered a wide range of stories for the network including the Occupy Wall Street movement, the News Corp phone hacking scandal and the bankruptcy of MF Global. Previously, Tausche was based in London as the assistant editor of DealReporter, a Financial Times-owned publication geared toward merger arbitrage investors.

Before moving to London, she was a New York-based journalist at DealReporter, where her M&A coverage consistently broke stories on high-profile deals like the takeover of Cadbury, the unraveling of Hunstman-Hexion and the leveraged buyout of Interactive Data Corp. Follow her on Twitter at @KaylaTausche

3. Jenna Lee, Fox Business Channel

Jenna Lee serves as a weekday anchor on Fox News Channel’s (FNC) “Happening Now,” alongside Jon Scott, Monday through Friday. Lee joined FNC from the Fox Business Network (FBN).  During her tenure at FBN, which dates to before the network launched in 2007, Lee co-hosted both “Fox Business Morning” and “FoxBusiness.com Live Morning Edition”.

She was also a part of the “Money for Breakfast” ensemble during its two-year run. Additionally, Lee has served in the news anchor role for the Fox Business simulcast of “Imus in the Morning” while also providing business news updates throughout the day for both FBN and FNC’s hard news programming.  Ever since we haven’t been able to take our eyes off Jenna’s sultry Wall Street dispatches, corporate earnings reports, and titter—er, ticker—updates since. Follow her on Twitter @JennaFNC

4. Sara Eisen, Bloomberg

Sara Eisen is a correspondent for Bloomberg Television and contributor to “Bloomberg Surveillance,” Bloomberg’s morning program that begins the day’s conversation on business, economics, finance and investment. Eisen’s reporting on “Bloomberg Surveillance” can be heard starting at 6am ET on Bloomberg Radio, Bloomberg TV and Bloomberg.com, as well as on Bloomberg’s devices for mobile and tablets.

Based in New York City, Eisen specializes in covering global macroeconomics, with a focus on foreign exchange and fixed income markets. She has extensively covered the European debt crisis, interviewing top political leaders and finance ministers from Germany to Greece. She also covered the earthquake and Fukushima crisis on the ground in Japan. Follow her on Twitter @SaraEisenFX

5. Rebecca Jarvis, CNBC

Rebecca Jarvis was named co-host of “CBS This Morning: Saturday” in January 2012. She continues as Business and Economics correspondent for CBS News.

Before joining CBS News, Jarvis reported breaking stock, currency, and commodities market news from the New York Stock Exchange, the NASDAQ, and the New York Mercantile Exchange for CNBC. She also contributed to MSNBC and NBC News programs, and regularly guest anchored the “Closing Bell,” “Squawk on the Street,” and “Power Lunch.” Additionally, Jarvis covered prominent national events such as the Chrysler and General Motors bankruptcy, the Bernard Madoff scandal, the collapse of Bear Stearns and Lehman Brothers and the sale of Merrill Lynch as well as the 2008 Presidential election.

After coming up short as a candidate on The Apprentice 4, Becky has Trumped her former competitors with her fetchingly fiscal live reports from the stock exchange, and spot desk duties at the NASDAQ Market Site. All of a sudden, economy-destabilizing market volatility has a seductive brunette lining. Follow her on Twitter @RebeccaJarvis

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