Who Are The Top 10 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. 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. Follow her on Twitter at @KaylaTausche

 

Screen Shot 2013-01-23 at 7.49.46 AM3. Courtney Friel, FOX News

Courtney is currently a news anchor at FOX News. She is an American 30 year old (pregnant) journalist with a Bachelor in Political Science from San Diego State University. She got her big break in highschool when she got asked to be on the student produced show, Channel One News.  Follow her on Twitter @courtneyfriel

 

 

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. Follow her on Twitter @SaraEisenFX

 

 

Screen Shot 2013-01-23 at 7.59.14 AM5. Anna Gilligan, FOX News

Anna is currently a host at MeetTheBoss.TV and a news reporter for Fox News. This 29 year old is a frequent guest on the Fox News Channel late night talk show Red Eye with Greg Gutfeld and is also dating Steve Guttenberg (the guy from Police Academy).  

 

 

 

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6. 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”. Follow her on Twitter @JennaFNC

 

 

 

7. 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.  Follow her on Twitter @RebeccaJarvis

 

 

 

 

Screen Shot 2013-01-23 at 7.58.18 AM8. Erin Burnett, CNN & CNBC

Erin Burnett is currently the anchor of her own news show on CNN, Erin Burnett OutFront. She was the playful overnight successor to Maria Bartiromo, CNBC’s weekday Street Sweetie anchors Squawk on the Street and Street Signs. She’s also a regular on NBC’s Today ShowNightly News, and Chris Matthews’ occasional show. Follow her on Twitter @ErinBurnett

 

 

 

 

Screen Shot 2013-01-23 at 7.58.41 AM9. Margaret Brennan, CNBC

Financial news is eye-stabbingly boring, so it’s only logical that the business networks are wrapping it in shinier foil. Enter: CNBC’s ravishing retail correspondent. We could watch her report the sand futures in Saudi Arabia as long as it was accompanied by those Irish eyes and a smile as big and sparkly as Warren Buffet’s jewelry cave. Follow her on Twitter @margbrennan

 

 

 

 

Screen Shot 2013-01-23 at 7.53.28 AM10. Bianna Golodryga, ABC News

A Moldavan-American television journalist and co-anchor of the weekend edition of Good Morning America. Follow her on Twitter @biannagolodryga

 

 

 

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  1. Ulysses Benjamin Dover says:

    No Trish Regan or Betty Liu from Bloomberg? Silly list without the two of them, hot and smart.

  2. How could you miss the hands down winner? Kelly Evans, CNBC

  3. This is really one of the most important financial market’s analyses an investor (from the large hedge or sovereign wealth fund professional manager to the ordinary part-time investor) must read before picking stocks, mutual funds, ETFs and futures for his/her portfolio.