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Each working day World Business Report presents the latest global financial and business news.

It provides the analysis of the day's stories, and spots the trends and issues behind the headlines.

More than just facts and figures, World Business Report tells you what you need to know to understand the world of business.

The team

Tanya Beckett

Tanya Beckett

As presenter of World News Today Business Edition, Tanya is one of the key presenters on the BBC Business team.

Most recently she was early morning presenter on World Business Report.

And prior to that was the New York presenter for the programme. Tanya has also been the presenter of BBC1's Business Breakfast.

She joined the BBC having been a business presenter on a number of international channels.

Sally Bundock

Sally Bundock

Sally joined the World Business Report team in September 2002.

She is an award-winning financial journalist and television presenter who has been covering financial news for the past seven years.

She previously worked at Bloomberg, where she created and presented their evening programme, Bloomberg Money.

During that time Sally covered many momentous events, including G7 conferences, historic EU Summits and more recently the aftermath of September 11 and its effects on the financial markets and private investors.

Educated at City University, London, Sally has continued to live in the capital and her interests include music, travel and several sports.

Jamie Robertson

Jamie Robertson

Jamie has been in financial journalism for some 20 years, starting as a freelance in Hong Kong after three years training on local newspapers in Surrey and South London.

He started his career in television in 1988 at the BBC as a reporter and a producer with the newly formed Business and Economic Unit.

He then joined Channel Four's Business Daily for three years before moving on to Sky's Business Report.

During the 1990s he also worked for Financial Times Television as a presenter for their CNBC output.

He returned to the BBC in 1999 to present the BBC's World Business Report.

Jamie is married with four children and lives in Suffolk.

His hobbies are gardening, walking, sailing, carpentry and DIY. He restored - with help - a 15th century farm house.

He was educated at Eton and Oxford and holds a BA hons in English Language and Literature.



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