Nick Timiraos or Nicolas Martin Timiraos is an author of Trillion Dollar Triage and a chief economics correspondent for The Wall Street Journal. Nick lives in Washington. He is responsible for reporting on the entire Federal Reserve and other major developments in US economic policy. Before joining WSJ, he was responsible for Treasury Department, fiscal policy and broader economic and labor market issues.
Nick Timiraos was born in 1978 in the United States to parents Carol L. Timiraos and Vicente L. Timiraos of Alhambra, California. His mother is the associate director of Stepping Stones to Learning, a tutoring center for college students in San Marino, California. While his father is senior vice president and credit manager in the national banking division of Bank of the West in Los Angeles, USA.
Nick spent his childhood exclusively in the USA. He did his previous education only at a local school in his hometown and then got admitted to high school (Loyola High School, USA). Nick later enrolled at Georgetown University, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and American Studies. There he was editor-in-chief at The Hoya.
Nick married his beautiful wife, Allerton Smith, daughter of Rosalyn E. Smith and Allerton G. Smith of New York. The bride and groom, both 24, met at Georgetown University, where they both graduated with honors. His bride, Ms. Smith, is an equity analyst at JPMorgan Chase in New York.
The bride’s father is a senior analyst at Carlson Research in Greenwich, Connecticut, while her mother is a reading specialist at the Nightingale-Bamford School in New York. The couple now reside in Washington, DC with their children. However, there is no information about their children. But according to sources, they also have children but the couple don’t want to share anything about them.
Nick Timiraos Career
As we know, Nick currently works as a senior economics correspondent for the Wall Street Journal. Previously, he was responsible for the Ministry of Finance, fiscal policy and broader economic and labor market issues. Prior to that, he was a reporter based in New York, USA, covering US housing and mortgage markets.
Nick’s reporting has included government response to the foreclosure crisis and takeovers of financial firms such as Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
In 2008, timiraos contributed to the Journal’s coverage of the presidential election and traveled with then-Sen. Barack Obama’s campaign. His book Trillion Dollar Triage: How Jay Powell and the Fed Battled a President and a Pandemic – and Prevented Economic Disaster is scheduled for release on March 1, 2022. He joined the journal in 2006.
Nick Timiraos Social media
Nick has a Twitter account and he has 80.3K followers there. He also has a linked-in account. There he has over 500 connections and 68,239 followers. He keeps posting on them for his followers. We can see many posts there.
Nick Timiraos biography
|Real name||Nick Timiraos|
|Date of birth||1978|
|Age (as of 2022)||44 years|
|Place of birth||United States|
|Height||in feet inches – 5′ 7” – in centimeters – 170 cm|
|Weight||in kilograms – 72kg – in pounds – 158 pounds|
|shoe size||9 (USA)|
|hair colour||dark brown|
Nick Timiraos Family
|school||Loyola High School|
|Who is his wife?||Allerton Smith|
Nick Timiraos Net Worth
Nick Timiraos is the Wall Street Journal’s senior economics correspondent, so he earns a decent income. Nick’s average salary is $83,412 per year. Nick’s estimated net worth is $832,788.
Facts About Nick Timiraos
- As a reporter in New York, Nick wrote about US housing and mortgage markets.
- He also contributed to the journal’s presidential elections.
- Nick is of white ethnicity.
- He wrote a book called Billion Dollar Triage.
- Nick and his wife only met at their college when they were graduating. His wife is an equity analyst. And at that time, Nick was also in the same job.