Michelle Fleury
BBC’s New York Business Correspondent

Michelle Fleury, BBC’s New York Business Correspondent

Michelle Fleury is the BBC's New York Business Correspondent and one of the leading reporters in North America for BBC World News.

She's covered American business and economics for more than 10 years, working on all of the major stories of the era, including the global financial crisis, the financial collapses of Lehman Brothers and AIG, the jobless recovery and monetary policy.

Michelle regularly reports live from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on financial markets and has extensive experience covering the Federal Reserve, the IMF, World Bank and the World Economic Forum in Davos.

As well as speaking at conferences, she has anchored a variety of general news programmes on BBC World News: from World News America which is also available on PBS stations in the United States, to half-hour business-focussed special programming such as Working Lives. 

Before moving to New York, Michelle worked as a producer at the BBC's headquarters in London. She worked on the award-winning finance programme Working Lunch, as well as the BBC's UK and global business output, reaching audiences in over 200 countries.

Born in the UK, Michelle graduated from Warwick University. She now lives in Brooklyn.