Markus Gürne

One of the best-known business journalists on German television, Head of the ARD Stock Exchange Editorial Office

Markus Gürne

One of the best-known business journalists on German television, Head of the ARD Stock Exchange Editorial Office

Markus Gürne is the face of the ARD stock market report and one of the best-known business journalists on German television. The proven financial expert has been head of the ARD stock exchange editorial team since 2012 and reports on the financial markets and events on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. While still at school, Markus Gürne discovered his passion for journalism and worked in the sports editorial department at Süddeutscher Rundfunk. He studied law, political science and general rhetoric in Tübingen completed a traineeship in the current affairs editorial department of the SWF regional studio in Tübingen. After graduating, he initially reported from Baden-Württemberg as an ARD correspondent and in 2002 set up reporting from the Stuttgart stock exchange for Südwestrundfunk. In the same year, he trained as a crisis and war reporter at Centurion Risk-Services in London. In 2003/04, Gürne worked as a foreign correspondent in the ARD studio in Cairo and as a special correspondent in Iraq. He then headed the Tagesschau editorial department at Hessischer Rundfunk until 2008, after which he became ARD foreign correspondent for South Asia, based in New Delhi. Since January 2012, Gürne has been head of the ARD stock exchange editorial department and presenter of the programme Börse vor acht. Since 2013 he has also been a presenter of the business magazine Plusminus and since 2016 he has been a member of the team of presenters of the Phoenix talk show "Forum Wirtschaft". His extensive experience in global politics as well as his background knowledge of the stock market make Markus Gürne a much sought-after and distinctive speaker whose personal insights and impressions are never neglected in his captivating talks.

Languages
  • English
  • German

About Markus Gürne

Markus Gürne is the face of the ARD stock market report and one of the best-known business journalists on German television. The proven financial expert has been head of the ARD stock exchange editorial team since 2012 and reports on the financial markets and events on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.

While still at school, Markus Gürne discovered his passion for journalism and worked in the sports editorial department at Süddeutscher Rundfunk. He studied law, political science and general rhetoric in Tübingen completed a traineeship in the current affairs editorial department of the SWF regional studio in Tübingen. After graduating, he initially reported from Baden-Württemberg as an ARD correspondent and in 2002 set up reporting from the Stuttgart stock exchange for Südwestrundfunk. In the same year, he trained as a crisis and war reporter at Centurion Risk-Services in London. In 2003/04, Gürne worked as a foreign correspondent in the ARD studio in Cairo and as a special correspondent in Iraq. He then headed the Tagesschau editorial department at Hessischer Rundfunk until 2008, after which he became ARD foreign correspondent for South Asia, based in New Delhi.

Since January 2012, Gürne has been head of the ARD stock exchange editorial department and presenter of the programme Börse vor acht. Since 2013 he has also been a presenter of the business magazine Plusminus and since 2016 he has been a member of the team of presenters of the Phoenix talk show "Forum Wirtschaft".

His extensive experience in global politics as well as his background knowledge of the stock market make Markus Gürne a much sought-after and distinctive speaker whose personal insights and impressions are never neglected in his captivating talks.

Topics

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