London Recruiters Are Optimistic About FX Job Prospects In 1993


Recruiters in London are seeing a busy first quarter in the job market for foreign exchange traders as the traditional start-of-year game of musical chairs gets under way. Headhunters say they are guardedly optimistic about 1993, but they don't necessarily see any wholesale expansion in the market in the wake of last year's strong second half.

"I'm optimistic at the moment," says Steve Cartwright of recruiter Gordon Brown. "I certainly expect things will be picking up again, although banks

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