It seems like everyone’s got it in for Treasurys this New Year.
U.S. Treasurys swerved into negative territory Thursday after an economic release showed a far greater number of private-sector jobs were created in December than expected.
Automatic Data Processing and Moody’s Analytics reported a 215,000 increase in jobs, compared to 150,000 anticipated by most economists. The upbeat reading bodes well for the much-watched nonfarm payrolls report out Friday.
Are you looking for the next challenge? A Wall Street firm is looking for a corporate credit risk modeler. A top-tier investment management firm is looking to hire a long-only investment manager research associate in Greenwich. And MetLife is looking for a financial consultant for its treasury department in New York. [DBCC]
Looking for a new job? Morgan Stanley is looking for a credit risk policy associate in New York. Or you could be an execution trader for a global macro hedge fund in LA. Or perhaps you’d like to be the compliance manager at a prop trading firm in New York? [DBCC]
Are you an investment banker looking to move to California? Boutique bank Janes Capital Partners is looking for an aerospace & defense analyst in Irvine. And a global bank is looking for a tech M&A associate and vice president in San Francisco. Or if that’s not your thing, perhaps you might want to be a financial writer in Texas? [DBCC]
Hedge fund jobs all over the place this week. A leading San Francisco hedge fund with $2bn AUM is looking for a research analyst to join the team. A leading proprietary trading shop in Chicago would like to add a crude oil derivatives trader. And a hedge fund startup in Stamford seeks a soft commodities trader. [DBCC]
Looking for a change? Perhaps you might want to join the marketing and client support team for the alternative investments business of a global investment bank? Alternatively, a Boston-based investment manager is looking for a business analyst for its strategic initiatives team. And Citi is looking for a Houston-based private banker for its law firm group. [DBCC]