Nick Timiraos

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Nick Timiraos

Nick Timiraos

Nick Timiraos- Biography

Nick Timiraos, sometimes known as Nicolas Martin Timiraos, is The Wall Street Journal’s top economics correspondent. He lives in Washington, D.C. He is in charge of covering the Federal Reserve and other significant economic policy events in the United States. Nick Timiraos formerly covered the Treasury Department, fiscal policy, and broader economic and labor market problems before joining the WSJ.

What is the Net Worth of Nick Timiraos? Salary, Earnings

Nick Timiraos in the Wall Street Journal’s lead economics journalist, and as such, he earns a good living. Nick earns an annual salary of $83,412. Nick’s net worth is estimated to be $832,788.

Nick Timiraos- Birth, Age, Ethnicity, Siblings, Education

Nick Timiraos was born in the United States in 1978 to Carol L. Timiraos and Vicente L. Timiraos of Alhambra, California. His mother is the assistant director of Stepping Stones to Learning, a tutoring center for adolescents in San Marino, California, and his father is a senior vice president and credit manager at Bank of the West’s national banking division in Los Angeles, California. He spent his entire childhood in the United States. Nick Timiraos completed his primary and secondary schooling at a local school in his hometown before enrolling in high school (Loyola High School, US). Nick afterward attended Georgetown University, where he received a Bachelor of Arts in Government and American Studies. He was Hoya’s editor in chief at the time.

Nick Timiraos- Relationship, Married Life

Nick married Allerton Smith, the daughter of Rosalyn E. Smith and Allerton G. Smith of New York. The bride and groom, both 24, met at Georgetown University, where they both graduated with honors. Ms. Smith, his bride, works as a stock analyst at JPMorgan Chase in New York. Bride’s father works as a senior analyst at Carlson Research in Greenwich, Conn., and her mother is a reading specialist at New York’s Nightingale-Bamford School. The couple and their children currently reside in Washington, D.C. However, there is no information on their children. However, according to sources, they have children as well, but the couple refuses to discuss them.

Nick Timiraos- Professional Career

As we all know, Nick is currently the Wall Street Journal’s lead economics correspondent. Previously, he was responsible for covering the Treasury Department, fiscal policy, and larger economic and labor market concerns. Previously, as a reporter based in New York, he covered the housing and mortgage sectors in the United States. Nick covered the government’s response to the foreclosure crisis as well as the takeover of financial institutions such as Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

Timiraos contributed to the Journal’s presidential election coverage in 2008 and traveled with then-Sen. Barack Obama’s campaign. Trillion Dollar Triage: How Jay Powell and the Fed Fought a President and a Pandemic—and Prevented Economic Disaster is due out on March 1, 2022. He began working with the Journal in 2006.

Body Measurements: Height, Weight, Hair color

Heightin feet inches – 5’ 7” – in Centimeters – 170 cm
Weightin Kilograms – 72 kg  –  in Pounds –  158 lbs
Shoe Size9 (U.S.)
Hair ColorDark Brown
Eye ColorBrown
Body TypeSlim

Social Media Details

Nick has a Twitter account, and he has 78.9k followers there. He also has a LinkedIn account. Nick Timiraos has 500+ connections and 68,239 followers on there. He used to regularly update his fans about them. There are a lot of posts there.


  • As a reporter in New York, Nick covered the housing and mortgage sectors in the United States.
  • He also helped the Journal’s presidential election.
  • Nick is of the Caucasian ethnicity.
  • He wrote a book titled “Trillion Dollar Triage.”
  • Nick and his wife only met in college, while they were graduating. His wife works as a stock analyst. And Nick was doing the same job at the time.

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