Preston's Summary

Ben Casselman is an economics and business reporter for The New York Times, covering topics such as the Federal Reserve, inflation, and the broader U.S. economy. He previously worked at FiveThirtyEight and The Wall Street Journal. Casselman is an adjunct professor at the Newmark School of Journalism.

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Geo Focus

United States (National)

Coverage Attributes:

Cites Data: 85 %
Investment Analysis: 5 %
Government Announcement: 5 %
Expert Commentary: 1 %
Opinion Editorial: 1 %

Themes Covered:

Most Recent Topics:

  • Economy
  • Housing Market
  • Federal Reserve
  • Inflation
  • Labor Market
  • Mortgage Market

Pitching Insights

Ben Casselman's focus is on data-driven coverage of the US labor market, economic recovery, and consumer spending. His articles heavily rely on data citations to support his analysis.

To effectively reach out to Ben, consider offering access to exclusive or unique datasets that can provide new insights into the topics he covers. Additionally, experts with a strong track record in analyzing economic indicators and labor market trends would likely capture his attention.

Given Ben's national focus on the United States, pitches should center around developments within the country's economy and labor market.

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