The Wall Street Journal, Europe Markets Editor (London)
The Wall Street Journal seeks a London-based reporter who loves exploring the intricacies of finance and markets and wants to share stories with the Journal's two million-plus readers from one of the most exciting cities on earth.
The job involves real-time explanation of markets and the people who drive them. It also involves producing journalistic deep dives, investigations, profiles and features that explain the world of money and investing.
The terrain is vast. We treat London as a listening post for global capital flows and expect our reporters to range across subjects and assets, be it stocks, bonds, currencies (crypto included), commodities or derivatives -- as well as in newfangled assets not yet invented.
The preferred candidate will have several years of experience and a demonstrated ability to demystify the world of money. They should want to ferret out the winners and losers in the biggest global financial trades and should possess a curiosity in banking, finance, companies, investing and central banks.
The ability to use visual tools to change how we display and distribute the best of our financial journalism is key. The person should be eager, flexible, fast, good natured and want to work on a team.
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