Dawn Kissi


Bio

Dawn Kissi is an international cross-platform journalist covering the business, finance and economies of the world's emerging markets. She reports and produces content on sovereign and geopolitical risk, central banks, global exchanges and various sectors within financial markets. Her journalism career began in the New York newsroom of ABC News. She has since reported on a range of topics from a number of countries. She is multi-lingual and a graduate of Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism.

Mexican Election Brings Energy, Trade Into Focus

Andrés Manuel López Obrador decisively won the Mexican presidential election on July 1 in a populist campaign that had energy…

What Will Oil Prices Do to U.S. Growth?

Oil prices have fallen from an intra-year high of $107 per barrel in 2014 to a low of $43 per…

How Will Mexico’s Energy Reform Impact Its Growth?

Energy reform in Mexico is taking shape. The swiftness in which a presidential promise survived a Congressional vote and was…

Will the World Cup Boost Brazil’s Economy?

Every four years, the world’s football association or FIFA, as the Switzerland-based governing body is more commonly known, converges for…

ISDA’s Robert Pickel Talks Systemic Risk

  Later this year, Robert Pickel, CEO of the International Swaps and Derivatives Association (ISDA), will step down after 17…

Is India Ready For Interest Rate Futures?

Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor Raghuram Rajan has sought to make inflation targeting front and center in India’s monetary…

Jim O’Neill Isn’t Too Worried About Emerging Markets

Former Chief Economist of Goldman Sachs Jim O’Neill  (2001-2011), who famously coined the “BRIC” acronym that the world now uses…

QE’s Lingering Effect on Emerging Markets

The Fed is winding down its economic stimulus at a steady pace, but movements across emerging markets have been anything…

Moody’s Chief Economist Mark Zandi Talks U.S. Outlook

  Could 2014 be a breakout year for the U.S. economy? With more and more households lowering their debt and…

MexDer CEO Jorge Alegria on Mexico’s Energy Reform

This month, Mexico’s legislature passed what could be a game-changer for the country’s economy: energy reform. While President Enrique Peña…

What Energy Reform Could Really Mean for Mexico

Change could be coming to Mexico’s energy markets sooner than later. The optimism surrounding the August announcement by President Enrique…

Will Brazil’s Central Bank Intervention Work?

In August, the Central Bank of Brazil (Banco Central do Brazil or BACEN) made public its plans to sell some…