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by Derek Loosvelt | February 01, 2010

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If you're a trader or salesperson looking to get back into the banking game, it's time to send your resume Morgan Stanley's way, because the firm, which did not do much for its shareholders last year as it booked a decent-sized loss, says it seriously needs to catch up to Goldman Sachs. Specifically, Morgan Stanley's CEO Jimmy Gorman told the Financial Times that his firm needs to "seriously grow our footprint in products like currencies, equity derivatives, commodities. We could easily be 25 percent bigger than we are."

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