Jacob Sonenshine

Jacob Sonenshine is a markets reporter covering both stocks and bonds. He covers tech stocks, especially the FAANG group. He also covers the broader market from both the bull and bear perspectives. As certain policy and legal issues like international trade and SEC violations come up, he covers any industry or company impacted by such events. 

Before joining TheStreet, Jacob was a markets intern at Business Insider, where he covered similar issues, with a heavy focus on FAANG stocks. 

He got his Bachelor's degree from Hunter College in Political Science with a focus on economic policy and financial regulation. 

Follow him on Twitter @SonenshineJ 


Recent Articles By The Author

Stock Investors Beware -- Inflation Incoming, but Rates Will Stay Low

Stock Investors Beware -- Inflation Incoming, but Rates Will Stay Low

Tariffs and inflation have a complicated relationship. Here's how that affects your stock portfolio.

XPO Logistics, Dow Transports Rise on J.B. Hunt's Encouraging Earnings

XPO Logistics, Dow Transports Rise on J.B. Hunt's Encouraging Earnings

J.B. Hunt's strong quarter is giving investors optimism on XPO Logistics and the Dow Transports at large.

JPMorgan Reports a Noisy Top & Bottom Line Beat

JPMorgan Reports a Noisy Top & Bottom Line Beat

JPMorgan is Real Money's Stock of the Day. The financial giant reported earnings this morning, beating on both the top and bottom line. TheStreet's Jacob Sonenshine breaks down what investors need to know.

JPM, WFC, GS Earnings: The Economy Is Strong, But There's a Caveat

JPM, WFC, GS Earnings: The Economy Is Strong, But There's a Caveat

Here's how to read the bank tea leaves.

What the Broadcom Symantec Deal Collapse Means For Broadcom Going Forward

What the Broadcom Symantec Deal Collapse Means For Broadcom Going Forward

The deal is off. But the party isn't over for the 'disciplined' Broadcom. Watch the video for TheStreet's ICYMI video series.

Is Now 'Prime' Buying Season for Amazon Stock?

Is Now 'Prime' Buying Season for Amazon Stock?

Amazon is Real Money's Stock of the Day. The internet giant's fifth annual Prime Day event began this morning. Analysts estimate the two-day spending spree could generate more than $6.1 billion in total sales. TheStreet's Jacob Sonenshine breaks down what investors need to know.

Bank Earnings: Three Things to Know on Citi, JPM, Bank of America

Bank Earnings: Three Things to Know on Citi, JPM, Bank of America

Here are three key things to watch as the bank earnings roll in.

Hurricane Barry Takes Aim at Louisiana - 3 Things to Know About Oil Prices

Hurricane Barry Takes Aim at Louisiana - 3 Things to Know About Oil Prices

How will Hurricane Barry impact oil prices?

U.S. Stance on Huawei Still Unclear, But It May Not Matter Much for Chipmakers

U.S. Stance on Huawei Still Unclear, But It May Not Matter Much for Chipmakers

The bigger issue appears to be global, long-term supply and demand issues.

Labor Secretary Alex Acosta Resigns in Wake of Epstein Case

Labor Secretary Alex Acosta Resigns in Wake of Epstein Case

Alex Acosta chose to resign as U.S. labor secretary days after criticism of his handling of hedge-fund investor Jeffrey Epstein's sex-crimes case 10 years ago. Acosta at the time was a U.S. attorney in Florida.