Glenn Somerville

Glenn Somerville

Glenn Somerville joined Kiplinger in January 2013, writing about Federal Reserve and U.S. Treasury policy as well as international economic issues. Since graduating from Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada, in 1970, he has written about economics for The Globe and Mail newspaper, for the Canadian Press and for 27 years for Reuters in Washington and in New York. His years at Reuters included extensive travel to Asia, Europe, Africa and Latin America, reporting from G7 and G20 conferences and providing coverage of U.S. Treasury secretaries, including Paul O’Neill during his 2002 “odd couple” African tour with rock singer Bono. Outside of work, he has a keen interest in outdoor activities, including tending a 100-acre forestry project in Canada, as well as tinkering with old cars.

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