Sky News - More positive news on City jobs

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Businesses "are done trying to read the tea leaves to see what lies ahead", says an analyst as a report shows City jobs growth.

Sky News reports that the City continues to be a jobs magnet despite some financial services jobs being shifted to Europe, a report suggests.

The Morgan McKinley London Employment Monitor registered a double-digit jump in financial sector vacancies last month.

The number of financial jobs in London grew by 17% in March, compared to February; and 13% year-on-year for a total of 8,145 new openings.

Vacancies in regulatory finance, financial technology and risk management are fuelling the growth, the report said.

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