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

U.S. Economy Is Probably Limping Along Because of Frustrating Consumers: Week Ahead

U.S. Economy Is Probably Limping Along Because of Frustrating Consumers: Week Ahead

Wall Street's first glimpse at the second quarter.

A Week of Records Comes to a Close; Here's Where Wall Street Stands

A Week of Records Comes to a Close; Here's Where Wall Street Stands

Wall Street records and a bunch of earnings. Here's what you need to know.

Closing Bell: Active Oil Rig Activity Falls; U.S. Stocks Retreat From Records

Closing Bell: Active Oil Rig Activity Falls; U.S. Stocks Retreat From Records

Disappointing guidance from General Electric and a slump in crude oil prices dragged Wall Street from recent records.

Wall Street Retreats From Records as GE Presents Downbeat Outlook

Wall Street Retreats From Records as GE Presents Downbeat Outlook

Stocks are lower as GE tumbles.

Stocks Come Off Lows but GE and Energy Sector Remain a Drag

Stocks Come Off Lows but GE and Energy Sector Remain a Drag

Stocks are lower as GE tumbles.