Opportunities for growth-what else can I brush up on to transition jobs?

I'm currently working at a valuation services company for ABL purposes, primarily focusing on inventory valuation. I have had my eye set on IB since my senior year of undergrad, have been at this job just for about a month but figured if I wanted to transition, it's never too early to start building the skills necessary for banking interviews. Currently going through prep packets and technical questions. Any sources, advice, tips or suggestions on what areas to focus on? Specifically, what are the ways that you guys initially learned more in depth about the markets.? Finance and economics degree from a B10 non-target school. Thanks for the help in advance, guys.

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