Ross Greenwood (journalist)

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Ross Greenwood (born 1969) is an Australian financial analyst and journalist.

Journalism[edit]

Greenwood has been the editor of numerous business publications, including Personal Investor (1986-97), Business Review Weekly (1997-99), and Shares, a magazine he co-founded.

Media Career[edit]

On television, Greenwood has appeared on Healthy, Wealthy and Wise from 1992-97, as well as a reporter in England with the BBC (on BBC Five Live's Wake Up to Money program) and in America with CNN, Sky News and Bloomberg Television.

He then joined the Nine Network in Australia and is now the chief financial and business analyst with the network. He has also filed business reports for 60 Minutes as well as Nine News and Sky News.

In 2006, Greenwood and Ellen Fanning replaced Jana Wendt as co-hosts of the Sunday program. Greenwood was then replaced by Ray Martin but at the start of 2008 Martin resigned from the Nine Network.

He is currently a finance reporter for Today and Nine News and presents Money News on 2GB. Ross is an integral part of the Today Show team. He presents his "Money Minute"segment daily at 6:50 and 7:50am. He also presents finance stories most mornings per week. Ross files reports for Nine News & A Current Affair most evenings. He is a senior reporter.

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Preceded by
Jana Wendt
Sunday Host with Ellen Fanning
2006
Succeeded by
Ray Martin