A stock brokerage in Beijing on November 20, 2018. Contrary to global conventions, China’s stock exchange depicts gains and advances in red, using green to represent loses and declines. Photo: SCMP/ Simon SongA stock brokerage in Beijing on November 20, 2018. Contrary to global conventions, China’s stock exchange depicts gains and advances in red, using green to represent loses and declines. Photo: SCMP/ Simon Song
A stock brokerage in Beijing on November 20, 2018. Contrary to global conventions, China’s stock exchange depicts gains and advances in red, using green to represent loses and declines. Photo: SCMP/ Simon Song

China’s bankers and traders face smaller year-end bonuses and fewer job opportunities in 2019 amid trade war and market rout

  • China’s securities industry last year saw its first annual headcount cut since 2014
Topic |   Banking & Finance
A stock brokerage in Beijing on November 20, 2018. Contrary to global conventions, China’s stock exchange depicts gains and advances in red, using green to represent loses and declines. Photo: SCMP/ Simon SongA stock brokerage in Beijing on November 20, 2018. Contrary to global conventions, China’s stock exchange depicts gains and advances in red, using green to represent loses and declines. Photo: SCMP/ Simon Song
A stock brokerage in Beijing on November 20, 2018. Contrary to global conventions, China’s stock exchange depicts gains and advances in red, using green to represent loses and declines. Photo: SCMP/ Simon Song
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