Bradley Keoun

Bradley Keoun covers markets and finance for TheStreet.

A former reporter and editor for Bloomberg News in New York and Mexico City, he covered the financial crisis of 2008 and has written about U.S. banks, the energy industry and emerging markets. 

Keoun, who previously worked for the Gainesville (Fla.) Sun and Chicago Tribune, has a master's in journalism from the University of Florida and a bachelor's in electrical engineering from Duke University. You can reach him at bradley.keoun@thestreet.com and follow him on Twitter @liqquidity. 

Recent Articles By The Author

IMF Slashes Global Growth Forecast in Strange Win for Trump's Economy

IMF Slashes Global Growth Forecast in Strange Win for Trump's Economy

The International Monetary Fund cut its forecast for global growth this year to 3.2%, from an April projection of 3.3%. But the organization increased its forecast for U.S. growth by a 0.3 percentage point to 2.6%.

Bitcoin Drawing More Interest From Traders, TD Ameritrade CEO Says

Bitcoin Drawing More Interest From Traders, TD Ameritrade CEO Says

Despite U.S. lawmakers' skepticism toward Facebook's proposed digital token, Libra, individual investors are eager to trade cryptocurrencies like bitcoin, TD Ameritrade CEO Tim Hockey says in an interview.

TD Ameritrade CEO to Depart in February 2020; Search for Successor Begins

TD Ameritrade CEO to Depart in February 2020; Search for Successor Begins

TD Ameritrade says CEO Tim Hockey will depart in early 2020. Chairman and former CEO Joe Moglia says the board will engage in a national search for a successor.

BlackRock Suffers 7% Profit Drop on Lower Fees, Even as Client Assets Jump

BlackRock Suffers 7% Profit Drop on Lower Fees, Even as Client Assets Jump

BlackRock says second-quarter profit fell by 7% to $1 billion, due to lower securities-lending revenue and performance fees.

Ally Shares Jump 6.5% After Earnings Beat

Ally Shares Jump 6.5% After Earnings Beat

Ally Financial, the U.S. auto lender, posts adjusted Q2 earnings of 97 cents a share, beating analysts' average estimate of 81 cents. The company noted a record 3.3 million applications.

Blackstone Profit Down 58% as Investment Fees Drop Despite Fundraising Prowess

Blackstone Profit Down 58% as Investment Fees Drop Despite Fundraising Prowess

The biggest U.S. private-equity firm says second-quarter net income tumbles 58% to $647 million, as investment income slid. CEO Stephen Schwarzman touted the company's success in luring new money from big investors, including public-pension funds.

Morgan Stanley Falls Behind Rivals Amid Q2 Trading Slump

Morgan Stanley Falls Behind Rivals Amid Q2 Trading Slump

Morgan Stanley said second-quarter profit tumbled 9% from a year earlier to $2.25 billion. Earnings per share were $1.23, exceeding the $1.14 average estimate of Wall Street analysts.

Facebook Exec Pledges to Delay Cryptocurrency for Regulatory Review in Testimony

Facebook Exec Pledges to Delay Cryptocurrency for Regulatory Review in Testimony

David Marcus, a Facebook executive who oversees the social network's drive to create a new cryptocurrency, told a U.S. House of Representatives committee hearing that Facebook will be patient and delay any launch until regulators can complete a review of the proposal and grant the appropriate approvals.

Bank of America Beats Q2 Profit Estimates as Loans and Deposits Increase

Bank of America Beats Q2 Profit Estimates as Loans and Deposits Increase

Bank of America said second-quarter profit rose 8% from a year earlier to $7.3 billion. Earnings per share were 74 cents, exceeding the 71-cent average estimate of Wall Street analysts.

Powell Expresses Concern for 'Uncertainties,' Affirming Expectations of Rate Cut

Powell Expresses Concern for 'Uncertainties,' Affirming Expectations of Rate Cut

Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell says 'uncertainties about the outlook have increased,' as many traders bet that the central bank will cut U.S. interest rates later this month for the first time since before the 2008 financial crisis.