Who is Lydia Moynihan?
Lydia Moynihan is an American journalist. She is a business commentator for NewsNation and a business correspondent for The New York Post, where she covers Wall Street, Washington, technology, and the media. She started working for NewsNation in March 2023.
Moynihan played a key role in the revival of The New York Post’s weekly feature, On The Money, in 2022. She has covered many high-profile events during her time there, such as the 2020 presidential election, the Allen & Company meetings in Sun Valley, and the Milken Conference.
She has also broken several stories, such as the former president Donald Trump’s investigation into the possibility of forming a Special Purpose Acquisition Company (SPAC), the possible candidacy of former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo for Attorney General of the State of New York, and the renewed discussions between Comcast and Viacom for a merger.
Lydia Moynihan Education
Moynihan graduated in 2017 from The King’s College with a Bachelor’s Degree in Politics, Philosophy, and Economics.
Lydia Moynihan Age
Moynihan is 29 years old as of 2023. She was born on August 8, 1994, in New York, United States.
Lydia stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches.
Lydia Moynihan Husband
It is reported that Moynihan is married but she hasn’t shared the specifics of her husband with the public. She likes to keep her affairs away from the public eye and she rarely talks about her relationship. We shall share more details as soon as she reveals the identity of her husband to the public.
Lydia Moynihan’s Salary and Net Worth
Lydia earns a salary that ranges between $49,748 and $97,738. Her wages have increased significantly in line with the duties assigned to her. Her net worth is estimated to be roughly $600,000. She generates her income from her career as a journalist.
Lydia Moynihan Career
Moynihan works as a business writer for The Post, where she covers influential figures in Washington, tech, Wall Street, and the media. She had previously worked for Fox Business as Charlie Gasparino’s producer. She covered several significant events, including the Milken Conference, the Allen & Co. conference in Sun Valley, and the 2020 presidential election.
Lydia is a frequent guest on CNBC, News Nation, Fox Business, and Fox News. The following year, she landed a minor role at the United Nations as an associate for 5 months. She examined several multi-million dollar charitable initiatives during that time, such as Coca-Cola’s “Every Drop Matters” campaign, to evaluate sustainability, program administration, and performance.
The following year, in June 2016, she landed an internship program at Nasdaq. Lydia conducted a critical analysis of the August 24th “Flash Crash,” looking at the causes of the panic, the SEC’s mitigating measures, and the effects on the securities exchange sector.
Additionally, she oversaw a research project that evaluated the relative efficacy of several payment methods to analyze how electronic payments are disrupting the traditional banking industry. The findings of the project were posted online on Nasdaq’s MarketInsite.
Furthermore, Lydia looked into the way major businesses in a variety of industries are using data analytics to boost their profitability; her findings were published in a thought leadership piece called “Innovation of Big Data Has Become a Big Deal” on Nasdaq MarketInsite. Her resume indicates that she has worked for CNBC, Fox Business Network, New York Post, and NewsNation.