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Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Some of those leaving the energy markets are now in real estate, farming or selling #wine @BloombergNews




Former Tullett Prebon Plc Broker Gilles Corre, poses for a photograph
with a glass of red wine outside one of his wine outlets, Pall Mall Fine
Wines, in London.




As many as 120 European power and gas traders lost or changed their jobs
last year as the industry faces its biggest shakeout since the collapse
of Enron Corp. more than a decade ago, recruiters say. Some of those
leaving the energy markets are now in real estate, farming or selling
wine. Those still trading may earn a quarter of what they did in 2007
when salaries peaked, according to Commodity Appointments Ltd. in
Petersfield, England.



See the whole story online here: Energy Trader Turned Caribbean Surfer Watches for Waves - Bloomberg



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