Carleton English

Carleton English started at TheStreet in April 2015 as a reporter covering banking and Wall Street before joining Premium Service as a writer and analyst in November of the same year.

Previously she was a producer at CNBC where she also wrote about economic issues for cnbc.com. Before that, Carleton was a client associate at Laird Norton Wealth Management in Seattle. In addition to working with high-net-worth families on all aspects of their financial planning: investment strategy, tax-planning, & estate planning, she also led financial literacy seminars for clients and young adults in the Seattle area.

Carleton earned a BA in International Affairs & Economic Development from George Washington University. 

Recent Articles By The Author

Stressed Out: Southwestern Energy's Latest Trick to Address Balance Sheet

The oil and gas company rummages through its toolbox to address liquidity.

A Lending Club Recovery? Wall Street Wants Proof

A Lending Club Recovery? Wall Street Wants Proof

Bruised by scandal, the online peer-to-peer lender will need time to rebuild trust.

Wall Street Waits for 'Sustainable Proof' in Lending Club Recovery Story

Bruised by scandal, the online peer-to-peer lender will need time to rebuild trust.

Endo International Shares Soar on Patent Approval

Endo International Shares Soar on Patent Approval

The Dublin-based pharmaceuticals company announced it has been issued a patent for Vasostrict.

Endo International Jumps on Patent Approval, Still Has Work to Do

ENDP shares surge on rare good news but asset sales may still be necessary.

U.S. Automaker Growth Could Hit the Brakes After 'Brexit'

U.S. Automaker Growth Could Hit the Brakes After 'Brexit'

Ford and General Motors are at great risk because of their European exposure.

U.S. Automakers Fear Pain of Brexit

Ford, General Motors slide in Monday's market trading.

Penske Automotive Group Shares Get Taken Down by Brexit

Penske Automotive Group Shares Get Taken Down by Brexit

Penske followed along with other automotive retailers that got hit in Monday's session on Brexit worries.

McDonald’s Shares Fall on Brexit Worries

McDonald’s Shares Fall on Brexit Worries

Shares of McDonald's tumbled in Monday's trading alongside the broader Brexit-induced sell-off.

Delta and American Airlines Hit on Brexit Vote Fallout

Delta and American Airlines Hit on Brexit Vote Fallout

Shares of Delta and American Airlines both traded down sharply in Monday's session on Brexit worries.