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Fox Business announced Monday the debut of two new shows, one of which will be co-hosted by former Bloomberg Triple Take and Bloomberg Markets: The Close host Taylor Riggs.
Riggs will co-host The Big Money Show alongside FBN contributor Brian Brenberg and Jackie DeAngelis weekdays at 1 p.m. starting January 23, 2023.
The Big Money Show will consist of breaking financial news and analysis from Brenberg, DeAngelis and Riggs as the trio aims to bring context to the stories driving the business day and impacting Americans daily finances. Brenberg will share his perspective on why he feels free markets are always the solution; DeAngelis provides viewers with her expertise in energy and commodities; and financial journalist Riggs contributes her background in breaking market news to unpack complex headlines in real time so viewers can make sound financial decisions.
Brenberg joined FBN as a contributor in 2020 and serves as the evp and associate professor of business and economics at The King’s College, a Christian liberal arts school in New York. DeAngelis joined FBN as a correspondent in 2019 and prior to that spent 13 years at CNBC as its chief energy correspondent as well as the anchor of an online commodities program. Riggs most recently co-anchored Bloomberg Triple Take and Markets: The Close, where she covered equities, bonds, currencies, and commodities. Prior to that, she led Bloomberg TV’s cross-asset market coverage and was previously a municipal bond reporter for Bloomberg News.
FBN is launching a second new program next month — The Bottom Line, hosted by Fox News personalities Dagen McDowell and Sean Duffy and airing weekdays in the 6 p.m. ET hour.
On The Bottom Line, McDowell and Duffy are “taking on the hotly debated issues in the business and political world.” McDowell is a longtime presence across Fox News and FBN programming, appearing on shows such as Mornings with Maria on FBN, Outnumbered and The Five. Duffy joined Fox News as a contributor in 2020 after five terms as a Wisconsin congressman.
These new shows mean that The Evening Edit with Elizabeth MacDonald will move up to the 5 p.m. ET hour, while Cavuto Coast to Coast will continue to air at Noon ET on FBN.
“Fox Business has become the channel America turns to for their business news and we’re excited to debut new programming tailored to key financial issues impacting homes across the county,” FBN president Lauren Petterson said in a statement. “We are also thrilled to welcome Taylor Riggs to the Fox Business family, who, along with Brian, Jackie, Dagen and Sean, will add a new dimension to our formidable programming lineup.”