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Eleanor Creagh joins REA Group as Senior Economist. Image – REA
  • REA Group appoints Eleanor Creagh as a Senior Economist
  • Ms Creagh is a trusted financial commentator
  • She has a rich experience and knowledge in both Australian and international markets

Economist and financial commentator Eleanor Creagh, has been welcomed by REA Group to her new position with the company as Senior Economist.

Ms Creagh is expected to enrich the team with her wealth of knowledge and experience in both local and international markets.

“We’re delighted to welcome Eleanor as we continue to drive our ambitious data strategy forward. Bolstering critical economic and data capabilities will form the foundation to REA’s future growth as a property data powerhouse,” said Melina Cruickshank, REA Group Chief Audience and Marketing Officer.

“Eleanor will play a key role within the REA Insights team, utilising proprietary data to deliver unparalleled market intelligence to help support our customers and consumers make the most informed property decisions.”

Ms. Creagh joins the team at REA following three years as a Senior Market Strategist at Saxo Markets Asia Pacific where she was responsible for providing real-time data analysis, economic updates and insights. She was especially focused on the movement and drivers of capital markets.

She has also made appearances to share her insights on the ABC.

“I’m looking forward to bringing a fresh analytical lens to the team and helping deliver value to our customers and consumers.”

Eleanor Creagh

“I’m excited to join a dynamic team in a global growth business. REA Group has the most comprehensive view of the Australian property market with millions of people around the country visiting realestate.com.au each month,” said Ms Creagh commenting on her appointment.

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