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The Wall Street Journal is looking for a full-time reporter to join our financial markets coverage in London.
The ideal candidate is fluent in stocks, bonds, commodities, currencies (fiat and crypto). We need someone who deftly translates Wall Street argot into plain English for our highly educated and engaged audience.
You will document in real time the winners and losers at the heart of global markets from the most international city in the world. You love that markets change all the time, and you relish unraveling the mysteries beneath them. You know how to tell stories not only with numbers but by portraying the real people who make and break fortunes--and the real people who are affected when markets rise and fall.
Be a core member of a team that produces a robust collection of coverage each day, including our exciting new Live Markets product and our markets newsletter, which reaches hundreds of thousands of readers each day
Carve out a beat in consultation with your editor, helping you focus on a vital part of the financial ecosystem
Be expected to produce in-depth enterprise and investigative stories on your beat
The skills and instincts to jump on news, writing quickly and cleanly
The flexibility to switch from topic to topic, depending on news flow and coverage priorities
The ability to navigate financial data and produce relevant, compelling numbers to undergird your stories
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Business Area: NEWS/WSJ
Job Category: Editorial/Journalism
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Req ID: 37417