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Alex Brummer is the City Editor of the Daily Mail and writes a column on economics for the New Statesman. Widely regarded as one of Britain’s top financial journalists, he has received multiple awards: Business Journalist of the Year and Commentator of the Year in the World Leadership Forum (2006); Newspaper Journalist of the Year (Workworld Media Awards, 2002); Senior Financial Journalist of the Year (Wincott Prize, 2001); Best City Journalist (Media Awards,2000); Best Financial Journalist of the Year (British Press Awards,1999) and Best Foreign Correspondent in the United States (Overseas Press Club New York, 1989).
During a twenty-six year tenure at the Guardian, Alex was a correspondent (Financial, US Financial and Washington) before taking up a series of editorial positions (Foreign Editor, Financial Editor and Associate Editor). He worked as Consultant Editor for the Financial Mail on Sunday between 1999 and 2000, and has since then been City Editor for the Daily Mail. He is also a regular contributor to the Jewish Chronicle and has written extensively on the Holocaust, Israel economy, technology and Middle East policy.