Felix Salmon Biography
Felix Salmon is an American journalist presently working at Axios as the Chief financial correspondent. He served for Euromoney and Portfolio Magazine formerly. Salmon is also a former finance blogger for Reuters. His main role was to analyze economic and social issues and financial commentary there.
Felix Salmon Age
Felix Salmon was born in England, United Kingdom, in 1971. He is around 51years old as of 2022.
Felix Salmon Height
Felix stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 11 inches/ Approx 1.8 m tall.
Felix Salmon Education
Felix studied at the University of Glasgow and later graduated with a master’s degree in History of Art and Philosophy.
Felix Salmon Family
Felix has managed to keep his life private concerning his father, mother, and siblings despite being in the public limelight
Felix Salmon Wife
Felix is happily hitched to his loving wife called Michelle Vaughan. Michelle Vaughan is a visual artist living in NYC and she grew up surrounded by her grandfather’s modernist paintings. She spent 3 years in a traditional program at the age of 18. He enjoys hiking, watching sports as well as spending time with his family members during his free time.
Felix Salmon Salary
Salmon receives an annual salary of $78,295 per year, according to Axios News anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Felix Salmon’s Net Worth
Felix earns an approximated net worth of $1 million – $5 million US dollars.
Felix Salmon Career
Felix’s work for Reuters for Blogging earned him the 2012 Gerald Loeb Award 2012. On the Gaussian copula, Salmon wrote a Wired cover story also. Since 2014, He has been hosting the Slate Money podcast in addition.
In 1999, Salmon started blogging for the wire service Bridge News. He started serving for economist Nouriel Roubini later. Salmon was presented by The American Statistical Association with the 2010 Excellence.
In Statistical Reporting Award for his work that exemplifies the highest standards of scientific reporting. He published an article explaining high-frequency trading. On Wall Street in Wired magazine on 27 December 2010. An interview on NPR followed later and on 13 January 2011 was aired.