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: Abercrombie Spikes on Deal Talks; S&P 500 at Records After Fed Signals Another Hike

Closing Bell: Abercrombie Spikes on Deal Talks; S&P 500 at Records After Fed Signals Another Hike

Stocks add to gains after Federal Reserve minutes show a central bank comfortable in moving rates higher again.

Confident Fed Signals Rate Hike 'Soon,' Markets Get a Boost

Confident Fed Signals Rate Hike 'Soon,' Markets Get a Boost

Gains on Wall Street went from negligible to modest on Wednesday after Federal Reserve minutes showed a central bank comfortable with moving rates higher again.

Stocks Add to Gains as Fed Supports Balance Sheet Reduction, Rate Hike 'Soon'

Stocks Add to Gains as Fed Supports Balance Sheet Reduction, Rate Hike 'Soon'

Stocks add to gains Wednesday after Federal Reserve minutes show a central bank comfortable with moving rates higher again.

Midday Report: Existing Home Sales Retreat; Wall Street on Pause Ahead of Fed Minutes

Midday Report: Existing Home Sales Retreat; Wall Street on Pause Ahead of Fed Minutes

Stocks creep higher ahead the afternoon release of Federal Reserve minutes, an insight into the central bank's thinking before its next meeting in June.

Stocks Trade Cautiously Higher Ahead of Fed Minutes

Stocks Trade Cautiously Higher Ahead of Fed Minutes

Stocks are cautiously higher as investors await the afternoon release of Federal Reserve minutes, an insight into the central bank's thinking ahead of its next meeting in June.