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Cardiff Garcia Bio, Age, Wife, NPR, The Indicator, Salary, Planet Money, Twitter

Cardiff Garcia is a co-host of NPR’s The Indicator from Planet Money podcast, who joined NPR in 2017. He co-hosts along with Stacey Vanek Smith.

Cardiff Garcia Biography

Cardiff Garcia is a co-host of NPR’s The Indicator from Planet Money podcast, who joined NPR in 2017. He co-hosts along with Stacey Vanek Smith.

He is also a guest commentator who has regularly appeared on media outlets such as Marketplace Radio, WNYC, CNBC, Yahoo Finance, the BBC, and others.

Cardiff Garcia Age

Cardiff’s age is not yet known.

Cardiff Garcia Wife

Cardiff has managed to keep his private life out of the limelight. It is not clear if he is married or not. Not even details of his dating have surfaced.

Cardiff Garcia NPR

Cardiff joined NPR in November 2017. He now co-hosts NPR’s The Indicator from Planet Money podcast.

Cardiff was previously the U.S. editor of FT Alphaville, the flagship economics and finance blog of the Financial Times.

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For seven years, he wrote and edited stories about the U.S. economy and financial markets.

Cardiff was also the founder and host of FT Alphachat, the Financial Times’ award-winning business and economics podcast.

He is also a guest commentator who has regularly appeared on media outlets such as Marketplace Radio, WNYC, CNBC, Yahoo Finance, the BBC, and others.

Cardiff Garcia Planet Money

Cardiff co-hosts  The Indicator Planet Money podcast along with Stacey Vanek Smith.

The podcast was launched on September 6, 2008, to cover the global financial crisis of 2008–2009 in the wake of the Federal takeover of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

Planet Money also provides regular reports for Morning Edition and All Things Considered and occasional episodes of This American Life.

The podcast was the first to report the small print in the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008 that allowed deviation from the original Paulson plan.

The podcast was praised by Senator Max Baucus for its attempts to explain the financial crisis “in terms the average American starts to understand”.

Cardiff Garcia The Indicator

The Indicator was launched in 2017 as Planet Money’s first spin-off. The show is hosted by Planet Money’s Stacey Vanek Smith and the Financial Times’ Cardiff Garcia.

The Indicator delivers faster, shorter podcasts, more frequently. Each episode breaks down a big idea, using Planet Money’s style of witty entertainment-journalism. Each episode of The Indicator is approximately 10 minutes or less and is published every weekday.

Cardiff Garcia Salary

It is not clear how much Cardiff earns but by 2013, senior hosts of NPR earned between $300,000 and 400,000.

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