What is the net worth of MSNBC's journalist Stephanie Ruhle? Know about her married life & husband
Stephanie Ruhle is an American journalist, anchor of MSNBC Live and NBC correspondent, who previously worked as managing editor and news anchor of Bloomberg Television and editor-at-large for Bloomberg News.
She also co-hosted the Bloomberg Television show Bloomberg Go. Stephanie is also the first journalist to break the 2012 story of the London Whale.
Stephanie Ruhle’s married life and her husband
The charming journalist had an affair with her boyfriend, Andy Hubbard. She is now a married woman. Stephanie had a long time relation and married Andy as husband and turned love relation into a marital relationship. She met him when working at Credit Suisse.
The couple is blessed with three sons; Harrison, Reese, and Drew. They live in a 2783 square feet condo in Tribeca, Manhattan.
Stephanie Ruhle with her husband Andy and their children
Even after a long period of marriage, the couple has always been loyal and faithful to each other and they have no any intention of getting divorced. They are living a very happy married life.
Net worth and Career
The tall good-looking journalist has an estimated net worth of around $5.2 million. She also earns a very good salary which has boosted her net worth very well.
— Stephanie Ruhle (@SRuhle) December 26, 2016
Stephanie first joined Bloomberg Television in October 2011. She co-hosted the program Inside Track with Erik Schatzker. She now hosts the Bloomberg GO with David Westin. Stephanie has also appeared with many high profile figures such as Donald Trump, Kobe Bryant, Russel Simmons, Martha Stewart and more.
She also worked in a financial industry for fourteen years before working for Bloomberg. Stephanie joined Credit Suisse and spent 6 years working in hedge fund sales and later worked as a vice president for Credit Suisse First Boston. She became the highest producing salesperson of credit derivatives in 2003.
She has also made her appearance as a columnist in various magazines and also works for a website Shape.com.