Finance and economics reporter, Dow Jones Newswires - Russia
This job is located in Moscow, Russia (map)
The Dow Jones-Wall Street Journal bureau in Moscow is looking for an experienced finance and economics reporter.
Applicants should have a track record of reporting on currencies, government budgets, and debt management, with fluency in Russian and a command of English being essential.
The job will require the reporter to burrow into the policy-making circles of Russian government agencies and the financial market, with a focus on breaking news that affects the ruble’s exchange rate and producing exclusive stories relating to the Russian economy, the movement and exchange of currency, and the market interventions of the Bank of Russia, which has the world’s third-largest international reserves. Stories will appear on Dow Jones Newswires, as well as in the three global editions of The Wall Street Journal, WSJ.com, and its blogs.
How to apply:
If this interesting role matches your experience, skills and motivations then please submit your CV and covering letter to Nonna Fomenko at firstname.lastname@example.org, mentioning that you found this job on Journalism.co.uk.
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