Deborah DSouza

Deborah DSouza

  • • News Editor at Investopedia
  • • Previously an intern at Investopedia, Psychology Today, Starfish Media Group, Pune Mirror, and DNA
  • • Currently writes about immigration policy, corporate lobbying, election campaign funding, technology, economic theory, education trends and book recommendations

Experience

As a News Editor at Investopedia, Deborah works with writers to create engaging and informational content to start the day with. She also enjoys writing comprehensive articles that bring together information from different fields and focus on systemic issues. She has worked in different areas of content production in the past, and her background allows her to be equally comfortable with academic journals and dank memes. Besides her work for Investopedia, Deborah has contributed articles on culture, society and history to Vice Media (Munchies), Scroll.in, Arré, City and State, Psychology Today, Queens Chronicle, DNA and Pune Mirror.

Education

Deborah received her bachelor's degree in English from Fergusson College. She earned her master's degree in social anthropology at the University of Oxford, and her master's degree in journalism from Columbia University.

Quote from Deborah

"It's very satisfying to give readers the information they need on market-moving headlines and trends. I also enjoy pulling the curtain back on how companies operate, whether it's how they deal with proposed legislation or public perception. Large corporations occupy such an important place in markets and our culture generally, it's important to condense the complicated information that's out there and provide context and insight."

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    President Erdogan has said he wants to 'cleanse' the army, sparking fears of a harsh crackdown and the rise of an authoritarian.
  2. Markets & Economy

    Terror Attack Hits European Markets

    Markets are in the red the morning after the Bastille day rampage in Nice, France.
  3. Investing Strategy

    Nintendo Stock Continues to Ride Pokemon Wave (NDTOY)

    Investors rush to buy Nintendo shares hoping the next big thing will come from the Japanese firm.
  4. Forex & Currencies

    BOE Decision Puts Breaks on European Markets

    Economists expected a cut in interest rates but were proven wrong.
  5. Markets & Economy

    Bank of England Keeps Interest Rates Unchanged

    The decision is sure to disappoint markets which rallied before the announcement.
  6. Markets & Economy

    Markets Rally With Political Changes, Stimulus Expected

    Theresa May will be installed as Prime Minister of the U.K. today, allowing Britain to move forward with Brexit.
  7. Buzz & Trending

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  8. Buzz & Trending

    Pokémon Go Catapults Nintendo Stock in Tokyo (NTDOY)

    Investors hope the company realises the potential it has in the mobile gaming market.
  9. Markets & Economy

    The Post-Brexit Jitters Are Back

    The U.S. 10-year treasury yield has fallen to its lowest ever at 1.34%.
  10. Markets & Economy

    Global Markets Down, Pound Slides

    Global markets have slumped and the pound has dropped to a new low.
  11. Markets & Economy

    No EU-UK Trade Deal Before 2019; Europe, Asia Stocks Up

    Frontrunners for Prime Minister, Theresa May and Michael Gove, won't start the divorce process until next year.
  12. Markets & Economy

    European Markets Falter, UK Politics in Disarray

    The Brexit vote has thrown British politics off balance. Prominent "leave" campaigner Boris Johnson is not interested in ...
  13. Politics & Money

    H-1B Visa Lottery is Target of Lawsuits

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  14. Markets & Economy

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    Watch out for "a dead cat bounce."
  15. Markets & Economy

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