Ed Conway joins Sky News

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Ed Conway joins Sky News

[[Ed Conway|Edmund Conway]], former Economics Editor at The Daily Telegraph, is to join Sky News this August.

Conway has been appointed to the newly created role of Economics Editor.

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He’ll join Sky News’ business unit and will report on the latest news and analysis on the UK and global economy.

Sky News said: “The appointment comes at a time when the state of the economy is at the top of the news agenda and Ed’s reports will offer viewers an in-depth look on how it will directly impact their lives.”

Ed will work alongside Business Presenter Jeff Randall, City Editor Mark Kleinman, Business Correspondent Dharshini David and Business Presenter Joel Hills, and will contribute regularly on Jeff Randall Live.

John Ryley, Head of Sky News, said: “I’m delighted to welcome Ed Conway on board. The economic landscape has never been more important to our viewers. Ed has a strong track record for breaking major economic and business stories and I have confidence that he will make a real impact delivering the latest news to our audience with authority, clarity and enthusiasm.”

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