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
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