Melinda Peer is a markets reporter at TheStreet. She has previously written for Forbes, Worth, Where Magazine and Phoenix New Times. She holds a B.A. from Georgetown, where she majored in English, with a French minor, and an M.A. in journalism from New York University.
Recent Articles By The Author
Stocks Slump on Questions About Greece
The Dow snaps a five-week winning streak as Europe's sovereign debt uncertainty spooks investors. In the video, Chao Deng recaps the day.
Republicans Reject Another Portion of Obama's Jobs Bill
Senate Republicans failed to pass a $60 billion proposal to repair bridges, highways and other infrastructure in poor condition on Thursday.
Dow Closes Above 12,000 as Greece Drops Bailout Vote
Stocks held strong gains Thursday after a referendum that could have threatened Europe's debt bailout plan is canceled.
Stocks Climb Back as Fed Vows More Support if Needed
Stocks rebound after the Federal Reserve noted some improvements across the economy and reiterated its willingness to provide additional support, if needed. Chao Deng recaps the day.
Dow Falls Almost 300 as Eurozone Flares Up Again
Greece's surprise call for a referendum on its bailout package helps send the Dow down 295 points. In the video, Debra Borchardt recaps the day.