Heidi N. Moore is The Guardian's U.S. finance and economics editor. She was formerly the New York bureau chief and Wall Street correspondent for Marketplace.

Prior to joining Marketplace, Moore was a reporter for the Wall Street Journal, where she was the lead writer for the paper’s award-winning Deal Journal online and daily newspaper column during the height (and depths) of the world financial crisis. In addition, she wrote an analysis of banks and mergers and broke news of SEC investigations, big acquisitions, and Barclays Capital buying most of Lehman Brothers out of bankruptcy.  Before that, she was U.S. Bureau Chief for London-based, Dow Jones-owned weekly newspaper and daily website, Financial News. For six years, she was a senior writer covering Wall Street banks and power brokers for The Deal magazine.

Moore’s articles on Wall Street banks and finance have been published in The New York Times, Washington Post, New York Magazine, Financial Times and Slate.  

Moore is a graduate of Columbia University and a native New Yorker. In her free time, Moore enjoys running and traveling.

Features By Heidi N. Moore



Big investor dumps its U.S. Treasury bonds

PIMCO, which runs the biggest bond fund, has sold most of its Treasury holdings, underscoring the growing belief that interest rates will soon rise.

PIMCO sells off all its U.S. debt

The world's largest bond fund has sold off all its U.S. treasury bonds. Analysts say that despite the sale, PIMCO founder Bill Gross is still optimistic.
Posted In: The Federal Reserve

Bank of America retrenches as rivals grow

Stung by bad mortgages and mergers, Bank of America plans to cut costs, staff and branches as rivals Wells Fargo and JPMorgan Chase expand.
Posted In: Banks

Hedge fund insider-trading trial to start

The insider trading trial of the Galleon Group founder puts the hedge fund industry in the spotlight. Are these traders geniuses or just connected?
Posted In: Investing

Pittsburgh bank clings to free checking

Defying a trend, regional bank PNC Financial Services says it will keep free checking accounts -- but withdraw other perks for bank customers.
Posted In: Banks

Blackstone to buy almost 600 shopping centers

Betting on American consumers and rebounding property prices, private equity investor Blackstone Group is to buy nearly 600 shopping centers.
Posted In: Mergers and Acquisitions, Retail

Costs squeeze household goods like Charmin

Procter & Gamble announced higher prices as rising raw material costs roil household names in the household products market.
Posted In: Retail

A "Flash Crash" prevention plan

Experts have advised U.S. financial regulators to place tougher rules on high-speed computer trading to prevent a sequel to the May 6 "Flash Crash." But technology is driving stock markets to merge, raising questions about whether bigger exchanges will make things worse. New York bureau chief Heidi Moore reports.
Posted In: Economy, Wall Street

Senate to query regulators on financial reform

Six months after the Dodd-Frank law passed, the Senate Banking Committee questions regulators about their progress in fixing the financial system.
Posted In: Banks

NYSE: American icon goes global to survive

The New York Stock Exchange-Deutsche Borse merger creates a global icon that in many ways leaves stocks and retail investors behind.
Posted In: Wall Street


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