Keris Alison Lahiff

Keris Alison Lahiff joined TheStreet in September 2013 from NewsLook, where she worked as editor for publisher partners including Gannett and The McClatchy Company. Prior to that, Keris worked in her hometown of Sydney, Australia for media personality and economist Peter Switzer, as editor and journalist for his eponymous business and finance website Switzer.com.au.. An avid reader and television enthusiast, Keris studied Creative Writing and Journalism at University of Technology, Sydney, and continues her self-education in all things pop culture.

Recent Articles By The Author

Closing Bell: California Hits Wells Fargo With Sanctions; OPEC Deal Boosts Oil

Closing Bell: California Hits Wells Fargo With Sanctions; OPEC Deal Boosts Oil

U.S. stocks rocketed higher, shaking off earlier choppiness, on reports OPEC had reached an agreement.

Report of OPEC Deal Boosts Stocks, Pushes Oil Into Rally Mode

Report of OPEC Deal Boosts Stocks, Pushes Oil Into Rally Mode

A largely unexpected production freeze agreement between major oil-producing countries sent stocks and crude into rally mode late in the session.

Stocks, Oil Spike on Reports OPEC Reaches Output Agreement

Stocks, Oil Spike on Reports OPEC Reaches Output Agreement

Stocks return to the green and oil solidifies gains on a report that Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries reached a deal to limit production.

Midday Report: BlackBerry to Stop Making Phones; Rates Talk Sinks U.S. Stocks

Midday Report: BlackBerry to Stop Making Phones; Rates Talk Sinks U.S. Stocks

A pivot to interest rate talk sank stocks during the morning session on Wednesday.

Stocks Turn Lower as Yellen Talks Timetable for Raising Rates

Stocks Turn Lower as Yellen Talks Timetable for Raising Rates

Stocks turn lower on Wednesday morning after Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen triggers fears an interest rate hike could come by year's end.