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: Clinton Calls Out Mylan on Price Hikes; U.S. Stock Losses Grow

Closing Bell: Clinton Calls Out Mylan on Price Hikes; U.S. Stock Losses Grow

U.S. stock losses grew heavier Wednesday as the afternoon wore-on with a selloff in crude oil and health care stocks leading Wall Street into the red.

Crude Oil, Health Care Team Up to Pull Wall Street Lower

Crude Oil, Health Care Team Up to Pull Wall Street Lower

A selloff in crude oil and health care stocks led Wall Street into the red on Wednesday.

Stocks Extend Decline as Crude Falls to One-Week Low

Stocks Extend Decline as Crude Falls to One-Week Low

Stocks hold slightly lower by mid-afternoon Wednesday as a greater build to inventories accelerates losses in crude oil.

Midday Report: Crude Supplies Show Steep Build; U.S. Stocks Decline

Midday Report: Crude Supplies Show Steep Build; U.S. Stocks Decline

U.S. stocks sported slight losses by the middle of the session with trading remaining cautious ahead of the kick-off to the Federal Reserve's annual summit tomorrow.

Stocks Slide as Crude Oil Extends Losses

Stocks Slide as Crude Oil Extends Losses

Stocks fall further into the red as a greater build to inventories accelerate losses in crude oil.