Emerging markets reporter Cui leaves WSJ
Carolyn Cui, an emerging markets reporter for The Wall Street Journal, left the newspaper on Friday.
On LinkedIn, Cui wrote, “Thanks to all my amazing colleagues, a memorable sendoff and a cake with a chart of spiking sugar prices. I am so honored to have been part of this great newspaper.”
Cui is joining GQG Partners as an investment analyst. GQG was founded by Rajiv Jain, former chief investment officer of Vontobel.
Cui had been with the paper since December 2002, first in Beijing as a research analyst and then in New York for the past 10 years as a reporter. She also covered commodities and Treasuries.
She previously worked as a copy editor for the Shanghai Daily and as a translator for Dow Jones & Co.
Cui has a bachelor’s degree from Shanghai Jiao Tong University and a master’s from Columbia University.