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Discussing Greece's economic state with ...
Discussing Greece's economic state with Ulrich Leuchtmann, head of FX research at Commerzbank and CNBC's Silvia Wadhwa
This is a classic mainstream "meme," ...
This is a classic mainstream "meme," a purposeful celebration of European centralization from the CNBC Europe Reporter Silvia Wadhwa.
But from our point of view, it's actually a bit strange that Ms. Wadhwa is allowed such unfettered access to speak her mind, given ...
reports for CNBC
from Frankfurt and co-anchors "Europe Tonight" with Simon Hobbs.
has covered the Frankfurt markets and the German economy for top news organizations including Reuters
business daily Handelsblatt.
Wadhwa joined CNBC Europe in 1998.
CNBC's Silvia Wadhwa has this report.
CNBC's Silvia Wadhwa caught up with Axel Weber, president of the Bundesbank, to discuss the future of Greece.
Greek Prime Minister meeting with German Chancellor in Berlin today, with CNBC Europe's Silvia Wadhwa, Guy Johnson, Carolina Cimenti & Steve Sedgwick.
The euro should be restrict to only the strong euro zone economies and weaker economies should be able to opt out, Wilhelm Hankel form Goethe University told CNBC's Silvia Wadhwa.
Having one currency for sixty states is impossible to manage, he
CNBC's Silvia Wadhwa has details on whether a bailout for Greece will actually happen.
Back to CNBC TV Anchors & Reporters Reporting live daily from the stock exchange in Frankfurt, Germany, Silvia Wadhwa
Business" (airing from 5-7 a.m. ET weekdays) and "Squawk Box" (airing from 7-10 a.m.) a unique perspective of the market action in Germany and its impact on the U.S. dollar. Acclaimed for her in-depth knowledge of the banking industry and the financial markets, Wadhwa came to CNBC during the 1997 merger with European Business News in Frankfurt, where she had previously served as a reporter/correspondent for two years.
Prior to that, Wadhwa
was instrumental in developing Reuters Financial Television in Germany.There she
provided live reports on the Bundesbank, the EU finance ministers meeting and the G7 Summit. Her expertise in developing news organizations was sought by Bloomberg News, in 1992-'93, where she assisted in creating Bloomberg's German News Bureau in Frankfurt. Wadhwa began her career as reporter/correspondent for Reuters News Agency in Bonn and Frankfurt, where she covered monetary policy (Bundesbank), the banking industry and financial markets.Her
extensive background also includes a capital markets production company, TRIAS Films
, which still exists, has produced a number of news features/documentaries for various networks in Europe, including the BBC
, Swiss SRG and Germany's WDR and HR. Wadhwa
currently resides in Germany with her
is currently writing part three of a trilogy about 17th century India.
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One of European Closing Bell's more colourful characters is Silvia Wadhwa who reports on the Xetra Dax from Frankfurt.
She is one of the best known financial journalists in Germany and has a vast knowledge of the banking industry.
She joined CNBC Europe in 1998 following the merger with European Business News in Frankfurt where she was a reporter.
Away from the business world she has written a trilogy about 17 th century India and counts Hollywood star Russell Crowe among her friends.
One of the reasons for the obvious chemistry between Wadhwa
and Hobbs is they co-host the Europe Tonight programme at 8pm Monday to Thursday.