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ET Now strengthens senior editorial team with new appointments

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ET Now strengthens senior editorial team with new appointments

Business channel ET Now has appointed Ashu Dutt to the newly created position of Chief Consulting Editor, Financial Markets. Dutt will be reporting to Andy Mukherjee, Senior Editor, Financial Markets, ET Now. Along with Dutt, ET Now has also roped in Manisha Gupta as Editor, Commodities and Currencies.

Commenting on Dutt’s appointment, Mukherjee said, “Ashu brings with him tremendous experience, credibility and in-depth knowledge of financial and commodity markets.”

Meanwhile, Rahul Joshi will continue to be the Executive Editor of the channel.

Dutt joins ET Now from CNBC-TV18 and will look after the markets coverage between 8 am and 10.30 am on ET Now. He has earlier held job positions as an anchor, editor and financial-markets consultant over the past two decades. Dutt is a certified public accountant and is an MBA. He has also worked as Manager - International Taxes and Special Projects at Continental Grain Company and has worked as a tax policy analyst with the Office of Tax Policy, New York City Department of Finance.

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