The Sexiest Financial Journalists Alive!

David Faber

When you’re taking in your must-read financial news, you’re probably dreaming about the journalists who brought you each sentence and number.

Brains are, after all, very attractive.

Now, put that together with an actually good looking person and you’ve got a dangerous combination.

We found the 35 sexiest financial journalists in both print and TV who embody brains and beauty.

They’ll get some information out of you for sure.

Jon Hilsenrath, economics reporter for the Wall Street Journal

David Faber, CNBC host of 'Squawk on the Street'

Trish Regan, Bloomberg TV's 'Street Smart' anchor (She was a former Miss New Hampshire in the Miss America pageant)

Katya Wachtel, hedge fund reporter for Reuters.

Lauren Tara LaCapra, Wall Street reporter for Reuters

Kaja Whitehouse, finance/business reporter for the New York Post

Scott Wapner, host of CNBC's 'Halftime Report.' He refereed the epic Carl Icahn and Bill Ackman brawl. He still books interviews with Icahn after the billionaire told him he's not going on his show again 'that's for damn sure.'

Kayla Tausche, CNBC general assignment reporter covering M&A and finance. She was a cheerleader at UNC-Chapel Hill.

Eric Platt, Financial Times

Simone Foxman, finance writer for Quartz

Michelle Caruso-Cabrera, CNBC's Chief International Correspondent

Stephanie Ruhle, Bloomberg TV's 'Market Makers' co-anchor

Erik Schatzker, Bloomberg TV 'Market Makers' co-anchor

Adam Johnson, Bloomberg TV anchor

Deirdre Wang Morris, CNBC reporter based in Singapore

Brian Sullivan, CNBC 'Street Signs' anchor. He races cars, too.

Mandy Drury, CNBC 'Street Signs' anchor

Evelyn Rusli

Where does she work: New York Times, Dealbook

Kelly Evans, CNBC 'Squawk On The Street'

Courtney Reagan, CNBC reporter

Deirdre Bolton, Bloomberg TV host of 'Money Moves'

Jane Wells, CNBC reporter

Jessica Pressler, writer for New York Magazine.

Josh Lipton, CNBC reporter

Matt Miller, Bloomberg TV anchor 'Street Smart'

Max Abelson, Bloomberg News profile writer. He gets famous financial people to say cringeworthy things about themselves.

Diane Macedo, Fox Business Network on-air reporter. She also sings on Fox News with Mike Huckabee accompanying her on the guitar.

Matthew Taylor, CNBC's Australia reporter

Mary Childs, Bloomberg News credit and derivatives reporter. She helped break the 'London Whale' story.

Rebecca Jarvis, ABC News chief economic and business correspondent. She was a contestant on Season 4 of the 'Apprentice.'

Jackie DeAngelis, CNBC reporter and 'Futures Now' host.

Julia Chatterley, London-based CNBC reporter

Carl Quintanilla, 'Squawk on the Street' anchor for CNBC

Sri Jegarajah, CNBC correspondent based in Singapore.

Betty Liu, Bloomberg TV host of 'In The Loop with Betty Liu'

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