Eduardo Kaplan is managing editor for fixed income, foreign exchange and Latin
American news for Dow Jones Newswires in New York. Dow Jones Newswires is a unit
of Dow Jones & Co., which also publishes The Wall Street Journal and Barron's.
Eduardo has worked at Dow Jones since 1996 in a variety of newswire editing positions.
He helped launch the first Spanish-language news service at Dow Jones in 1996, and
became news editor for Latin America in 1997. In 1998, Eduardo was named deputy
managing editor, supervising coverage of the US Treasurys bond market and foreign
exchange. Eduardo is also the primary contributor to Latin Beat, a column analyzing
important events in Latin America. He was appointed to his current position in 2000.
Before joining Dow Jones, Eduardo worked at Scripps-Howard's United Media
newspaper syndicate based in New York. He started his journalism career at the weekly
newspaper Opinar in his native Uruguay.
Eduardo earned a bachelor’s degree in English from Hunter College. He has
taught journalism workshops at Columbia University in New York.
Eduardo's articles and columns have appeared in The Wall Street Journal and
other U.S. publications, as well as in newspapers throughout Latin America.