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ALGERIA-ECONOMY/
RTS212WF
September 12, 2018
People stand at the entrance of a National Agency for Employment (ANEM) office in Algiers, Algeria September...
Algiers, Algeria
People stand at the entrance of a ANEM office in Algiers
People stand at the entrance of a National Agency for Employment (ANEM) office in Algiers, Algeria September 10, 2018. Picture taken September 10, 2018. REUTERS/Ramzi Boudina
ALGERIA-ECONOMY/
RTS212WB
September 12, 2018
A man stands at the entrance of a National Agency for Employment (ANEM) office in Algiers, Algeria September...
Algiers, Algeria
A man stands at the entrance of a ANEM office in Algiers
A man stands at the entrance of a National Agency for Employment (ANEM) office in Algiers, Algeria September 10, 2018. Picture taken September 10, 2018. REUTERS/Ramzi Boudina?
CHINA-ECONOMY/MANUFACTURING
RTS8GEP
February 29, 2016
A shuttered factory is seen in an industrial estate in the Pearl River Delta industrial hub of Dongguan,...
Dongguan, China
A shuttered factory is seen in an industrial estate in the Pearl River Delta industrial hub of Dongguan...
A shuttered factory is seen in an industrial estate in the Pearl River Delta industrial hub of Dongguan, China after the Chinese Lunar New Year holiday February 25, 2016. Millions of migrant workers streaming back to China's industrial heartland after the long lunar New Year break are facing an uncertain future, as smaller factories in particular struggle to cope with anemic orders and rising inventories. Picture taken February 25, 2016. REUTERS/James Pomfret TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
CHINA-ECONOMY/MANUFACTURING
RTS8GEO
February 29, 2016
Workers lugging suitcases and bags return to work at a factory in the Pearl River Delta industrial hub...
Dongguan, China
Workers lugging suitcases and bags return to work at a factory in the Pearl River Delta industrial hub...
Workers lugging suitcases and bags return to work at a factory in the Pearl River Delta industrial hub of Dongguan, China February 25, 2016. Millions of migrant workers streaming back to China's industrial heartland after the long lunar New Year break are facing an uncertain future, as smaller factories in particular struggle to cope with anemic orders and rising inventories. Picture taken February 25, 2016. REUTERS/James Pomfret
CHINA-ECONOMY/MANUFACTURING
RTS8GEM
February 29, 2016
A group of young female migrant workers look for work outside a factory in the Pearl River Delta industrial...
Dongguan, China
A group of young female migrant workers look for work outside a factory in the Pearl River Delta industrial...
A group of young female migrant workers look for work outside a factory in the Pearl River Delta industrial hub of Dongguan, China February 25, 2016. The workers were employed on temporary contracts before the Chinese New Year holiday, and had no work to return to after the holiday, forcing them to look for new jobs. Millions of migrant workers streaming back to China's industrial heartland after the long lunar New Year break are facing an uncertain future, as smaller factories in particular struggle to cope with anemic orders and rising inventories. Picture taken February 25, 2016. REUTERS/James Pomfret
USA-HEALTH
RTX1SJ1U
September 25, 2015
Sophia Trujillo has blood drawn from her mediport at Advocate Children's Hospital in Park Ridge, Illinois,...
PARK RIDGE, UNITED STATES
Sophia Trujillo has blood drawn from her mediport at Advocate Children's Hospital in Park Ridge
Sophia Trujillo has blood drawn from her mediport at Advocate Children's Hospital in Park Ridge, Illinois, September 25, 2015. Trujillo has aplastic anemia and needs a bone marrow transplant but with her multi-racial background of Filipino, Spanish, Irish and Italian, the search for her match has been difficult. REUTERS/Jim Young TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
USA-FED/LACKER-INFLATION
RTR3BOQF
December 17, 2012
Jeffrey Lacker, president of the Federal Reserve Bank, of Richmond looks on during the Charlotte Chamber's...
Charlotte, UNITED STATES
Lacker, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, looks on during the Charlotte Chamber's Economic...
Jeffrey Lacker, president of the Federal Reserve Bank, of Richmond looks on during the Charlotte Chamber's Economic Outlook Conference in Charlotte, North Carolina December 17, 2012. The Federal Reserve's latest steps to goose an anemic recovery are unlikely to do much to bring down unemployment and carry a "material" risk of sparking inflation, one of the U.S. central bank's most hawkish policymakers said on Monday. REUTERS/Chris Keane (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
USA-FED/LACKER-INFLATION
RTR3BOQC
December 17, 2012
Jeffrey Lacker, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond speaks during the Charlotte Chamber's...
Charlotte, UNITED STATES
Lacker, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond speaks during the Charlotte Chamber's Economic...
Jeffrey Lacker, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond speaks during the Charlotte Chamber's Economic Outlook Conference in Charlotte, North Carolina December 17, 2012. The Federal Reserve's latest steps to goose an anemic recovery are unlikely to do much to bring down unemployment and carry a "material" risk of sparking inflation, one of the U.S. central bank's most hawkish policymakers said on Monday. REUTERS/Chris Keane (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
USA-FED/LACKER-INFLATION
RTR3BOQ8
December 17, 2012
Jeffrey Lacker, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, speaks during the Charlotte Chamber's...
Charlotte, UNITED STATES
Lacker, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, speaks during the Charlotte Chamber's Economic...
Jeffrey Lacker, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, speaks during the Charlotte Chamber's Economic Outlook Conference in Charlotte, North Carolina December 17, 2012. The Federal Reserve's latest steps to goose an anemic recovery are unlikely to do much to bring down unemployment and carry a "material" risk of sparking inflation, one of the U.S. central bank's most hawkish policymakers said on Monday. REUTERS/Chris Keane (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
USA-FED/LACKER-INFLATION
RTR3BOQ7
December 17, 2012
Jeffrey Lacker, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, speaks during the Charlotte Chamber's...
Charlotte, UNITED STATES
Lacker, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond speaks during the Charlotte Chamber's Economic...
Jeffrey Lacker, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, speaks during the Charlotte Chamber's Economic Outlook Conference in Charlotte, North Carolina December 17, 2012. The Federal Reserve's latest steps to goose an anemic recovery are unlikely to do much to bring down unemployment and carry a "material" risk of sparking inflation, one of the U.S. central bank's most hawkish policymakers said on Monday. REUTERS/Chris Keane (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
USA-FED/LACKER-INFLATION
RTR3BOQ1
December 17, 2012
Jeffrey Lacker, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, speaks during the Charlotte Chamber's...
Charlotte, UNITED STATES
Lacker, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, speaks during the Charlotte Chamber's Economic...
Jeffrey Lacker, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, speaks during the Charlotte Chamber's Economic Outlook Conference in Charlotte, North Carolina December 17, 2012. The Federal Reserve's latest steps to goose an anemic recovery are unlikely to do much to bring down unemployment and carry a "material" risk of sparking inflation, one of the U.S. central bank's most hawkish policymakers said on Monday. REUTERS/Chris Keane (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
USA-FED/LACKER-INFLATION
RTR3BOQ0
December 17, 2012
Jeffrey Lacker, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, speaks during the Charlotte Chamber's...
Charlotte, UNITED STATES
Lacker, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, speaks during the Charlotte Chamber's Economic...
Jeffrey Lacker, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, speaks during the Charlotte Chamber's Economic Outlook Conference in Charlotte, North Carolina December 17, 2012. The Federal Reserve's latest steps to goose an anemic recovery are unlikely to do much to bring down unemployment and carry a "material" risk of sparking inflation, one of the U.S. central bank's most hawkish policymakers said on Monday. REUTERS/Chris Keane (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
BRAZIL/
RTR2RYZQ
September 28, 2011
Jean Marence Fils, 43, sits near the Pastoral do Migrante shelter where he is based in Manaus September...
Manaus, Brazil
Fils sits near the Pastoral do Migrante shelter where he is based in Manaus
Jean Marence Fils, 43, sits near the Pastoral do Migrante shelter where he is based in Manaus September 22, 2011. Since the January 12, 2010 earthquake that killed around 250,000 people in Haiti, hundreds of Haitians have been migrating to Brazil via Peru and Ecuador. According to the Pastoral do Migrante, a Catholic entity that helps Haitians seeking refugee status in Brazil, there are more than 2,000 Haitians in the Amazonas State region of Brazil, with only around 400 having managed to acquire resident visas from the government. Most work in construction and in factories, earning little more than the minimum wage of $300 monthly, leaving them little or no money to send home to family in Haiti, according to the Association of Haitian Workers in Manaus. Fils, who has diabetes and is anemic, has been living in Brazil for eigth months without being able to find work. He wants to go back to Haiti, take care of his health and come back to Brazil. Picture taken on September 22, 2011. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: DISASTER SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)
USA-CAMPAIGN/DEBATE
RTR2QXNO
September 08, 2011
Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney (L) talks during a break with Texas Governor Rick Perry at...
Simi Valley, UNITED STATES
Romney talks during a break with Perry at the Reagan Centennial GOP presidential primary debate in Simi...
Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney (L) talks during a break with Texas Governor Rick Perry at the Reagan Centennial GOP presidential primary debate at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California September 7, 2011. Republican rivals Perry and Romney exchanged sharp jabs over who has the better job-creating record on Wednesday in a presidential candidate debate that featured the anemic U.S. economy at center stage REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
USA-CAMPAIGN/DEBATE
RTR2QXN7
September 08, 2011
Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney (L) shakes hands with Texas Governor Rick Perry at the end...
Simi Valley, UNITED STATES
Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney (L) shakes hands with Texas Governor Rick Perry at the end...
Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney (L) shakes hands with Texas Governor Rick Perry at the end of the Reagan Centennial GOP presidential primary debate at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California September 7, 2011. Republican rivals Perry and Romney exchanged sharp jabs over who has the better job-creating record on Wednesday in a presidential candidate debate that featured the anemic U.S. economy at center stage. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
USA-CAMPAIGN/DEBATE
RTR2QXN4
September 08, 2011
Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney (L) shakes hands with Texas Governor Rick Perry at the end...
Simi Valley, UNITED STATES
Romney shakes hands with Perry at the end of the Reagan Centennial GOP presidential primary debate...
Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney (L) shakes hands with Texas Governor Rick Perry at the end of the Reagan Centennial GOP presidential primary debate at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California September 7, 2011. Republican rivals Perry and Romney exchanged sharp jabs over who has the better job-creating record on Wednesday in a presidential candidate debate that featured the anemic U.S. economy at center stage. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
USA-CAMPAIGN/DEBATE
RTR2QXMN
September 08, 2011
Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney (L) and Texas Governor Rick Perry are shown before the Reagan...
Simi Valley, UNITED STATES
Romney and Perry are shown before the Reagan Centennial GOP presidential primary debate in Simi Valley...
Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney (L) and Texas Governor Rick Perry are shown before the Reagan Centennial GOP presidential primary debate at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California September 7, 2011. Republican rivals Perry and Romney exchanged sharp jabs over who has the better job-creating record on Wednesday in a presidential candidate debate that featured the anemic U.S. economy at center stage. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
USA-CAMPAIGN/DEBATE
RTR2QXM6
September 08, 2011
Republican presidential candidates Mitt Romney and Rick Perry participate in the Reagan Centennial GOP...
Simi Valley, UNITED STATES
Republican presidential candidates Romney and Perry participate in the Reagan Centennial GOP presidential...
Republican presidential candidates Mitt Romney and Rick Perry participate in the Reagan Centennial GOP presidential primary debate at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California September 7, 2011. Republican rivals Perry and Romney exchanged sharp jabs over who has the better job-creating record on Wednesday in a presidential candidate debate that featured the anemic U.S. economy at center stage. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
USA-CAMPAIGN/DEBATE
RTR2QXLI
September 08, 2011
Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney makes a point as Texas Governor Rick Perry listens druing the...
Simi Valley, UNITED STATES
Romney makes a point as Perry listens druing the Reagan Centennial GOP presidential primary debate in...
Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney makes a point as Texas Governor Rick Perry listens druing the Reagan Centennial GOP presidential primary debate at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California September 7, 2011. Republican rivals Perry and Romney exchanged sharp jabs over who has the better job-creating record on Wednesday in a presidential candidate debate that featured the anemic U.S. economy at center stage. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
USA-CAMPAIGN/DEBATE
RTR2QXKP
September 08, 2011
GOP candidates former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney (L) stands with Texas Governor Rick Perry onstage...
Simi Valley, UNITED STATES
Mitt Romney stands with Rick Perry onstage during a photo opportunity before the Reagan Centennial GOP...
GOP candidates former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney (L) stands with Texas Governor Rick Perry onstage during a photo opportunity before the Reagan Centennial GOP presidential primary debate at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California September 7, 2011. Republican rivals Perry and Romney exchanged sharp jabs over who has the better job-creating record on Wednesday in a presidential candidate debate that featured the anemic U.S. economy at center stage. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
USA-CAMPAIGN/DEBATE
RTR2QXKJ
September 08, 2011
Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney makes a point as Texas Governor Rick Perry (R) listens druing...
Simi Valley, UNITED STATES
Romney makes a point as Perry listens druing the Reagan Centennial GOP presidential primary debate at...
Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney makes a point as Texas Governor Rick Perry (R) listens druing the Reagan Centennial GOP presidential primary debate at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California September 7, 2011. Republican rivals Perry and Romney exchanged sharp jabs over who has the better job-creating record on Wednesday in a presidential candidate debate that featured the anemic U.S. economy at center stage. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
LOWES/
RTR2PZ4Z
August 15, 2011
A specially designated parking spot for Lowes.com shoppers is pictured in the parking lot at the Lowe's...
Burbank, UNITED STATES
A designated parking spot for Lowes.com shoppers is pictured in the parking lot at the Lowe's Home Improvement...
A specially designated parking spot for Lowes.com shoppers is pictured in the parking lot at the Lowe's Home Improvement Warehouse in Burbank, California August 15,2011. Lowe's Cos Inc reported weaker-than-expected quarterly sales and cut its fiscal-year outlook for the second time in three months as homeowners put off big renovations in an anemic U.S. economy. The news pushed the second-largest home improvement chain's shares down 1.3 percent on August 15, 2011. REUTERS/Fred Prouser (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
LOWES/
RTR2PZ4X
August 15, 2011
Lowe's workers collect shopping carts in the parking lot at the Lowe's Home Improvement Warehouse in...
Burbank, UNITED STATES
Lowe's workers collect shopping carts in the parking lot at the Lowe's Home Improvement Warehouse in...
Lowe's workers collect shopping carts in the parking lot at the Lowe's Home Improvement Warehouse in Burbank, California August 15, 2011. Lowe's Cos Inc reported weaker-than-expected quarterly sales and cut its fiscal-year outlook for the second time in three months as homeowners put off big renovations in an anemic U.S. economy. The news pushed the second-largest home improvement chain's shares down 1.3 percent on August 15, 2011. REUTERS/Fred Prouser (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
LOWES/
RTR2PZ4P
August 15, 2011
People load a roll of carpet into a vehicle at the Lowe's Home Improvement Warehouse in Burbank, California...
Burbank, UNITED STATES
People load a roll of carpet into a vehicle at the Lowe's Home Improvement Warehouse in Burbank
People load a roll of carpet into a vehicle at the Lowe's Home Improvement Warehouse in Burbank, California August 15, 2011. Lowe's Cos Inc reported weaker-than-expected quarterly sales and cut its fiscal-year outlook for the second time in three months as homeowners put off big renovations in an anemic U.S. economy. The news pushed the second-largest home improvement chain's shares down 1.3 percent on August 15, 2011. REUTERS/Fred Prouser (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
LOWES/
RTR2PZ48
August 15, 2011
A man pushes a shopping cart with his purchases at the Lowe's Home Improvement Warehouse in Burbank,...
Burbank, UNITED STATES
A man pushes a shopping cart with his purchases at the Lowe's Home Improvement Warehouse in Burbank
A man pushes a shopping cart with his purchases at the Lowe's Home Improvement Warehouse in Burbank, California August 15, 2011. Lowe's Cos Inc reported weaker-than-expected quarterly sales and cut its fiscal-year outlook for the second time in three months as homeowners put off big renovations in an anemic U.S. economy. The news pushed the second-largest home improvement chain's shares down 1.3 percent on August 15, 2011. REUTERS/Fred Prouser (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
LOWES/
RTR2PZ43
August 15, 2011
Lowe's workers collect shopping carts in the parking lot at the Lowe's Home Improvement Warehouse in...
Burbank, UNITED STATES
Lowe's workers collect shopping carts in the parking lot at the Lowe's Home Improvement Warehouse in...
Lowe's workers collect shopping carts in the parking lot at the Lowe's Home Improvement Warehouse in Burbank, California August 15,2011. Lowe's Cos Inc reported weaker-than-expected quarterly sales and cut its fiscal-year outlook for the second time in three months as homeowners put off big renovations in an anemic U.S. economy. The news pushed the second-largest home improvement chain's shares down 1.3 percent on August 15, 2011. REUTERS/Fred Prouser (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
HEALTH-ECOLI/
RTR2NCXF
June 06, 2011
A nurse assists a man donating blood at a blood drive of the German red cross (DRK) in Berlin, June 6,...
Berlin, Germany
A nurse assists man donatING blood at blood drive of the German red cross in Berlin
A nurse assists a man donating blood at a blood drive of the German red cross (DRK) in Berlin, June 6, 2011. German hospitals are struggling to cope with the flood of E.coli victims, as scientists remain puzzled by the deadly bug that has killed 22 and sickened 2,200 people across Europe. Hospitals in the northern port city of Hamburg, the epicentre of the outbreak that began three weeks ago,have been moving out patients with less serious illnesses to handle the surge of people stricken by the rare and virulent bacteria. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANYPOLITICS - Tags: HEALTH) POLITICS)
CHINA
RTXVRPK
December 16, 2010
A floor trader drinks during morning trading at the Hong Kong Stock Exchange in Hong Kong December 16,...
Hong Kong, China
A floor trader drinks during morning trading at the Hong Kong Stock Exchange in Hong Kong
A floor trader drinks during morning trading at the Hong Kong Stock Exchange in Hong Kong December 16, 2010. Hong Kong stocks are expected to open flat to slightly lower after another weak close on Wall Street while investors will focus on new listings which have seen anemic returns of late. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS)
USA-ECONOMY/
RTXPU6H
October 20, 2009
Workers construct a house by developer KB Home in Gilbert, Arizona October 20, 2009. Softer-than-expected...
GILBERT, UNITED STATES
Workers construct a KB Home in Gilbert, Arizona
Workers construct a house by developer KB Home in Gilbert, Arizona October 20, 2009. Softer-than-expected U.S. housing starts last month and a drop in prices paid at the farm and factory gate pointed to an anemic economic recovery, backing views that interest rates could stay low for a while. A Commerce Department report on Tuesday showed groundbreaking for new homes rose 0.5 percent to an annual rate of 590,000 units in September,shy of forecasts for a 610,000 unit rate. REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION)
USA-ECONOMY/
RTXPU68
October 20, 2009
Workers construct a house by developer KB Home in Gilbert, Arizona October 20, 2009. Softer-than-expected...
GILBERT, UNITED STATES
Workers construct a house by developer KB Home in Gilbert, Arizona
Workers construct a house by developer KB Home in Gilbert, Arizona October 20, 2009. Softer-than-expected U.S. housing starts last month and a drop in prices paid at the farm and factory gate pointed to an anemic economic recovery, backing views that interest rates could stay low for a while. A Commerce Department report on Tuesday showed groundbreaking for new homes rose 0.5 percent to an annual rate of 590,000 units in September,shy of forecasts for a 610,000 unit rate. REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION)
USA-ECONOMY/
RTXPU61
October 20, 2009
A worker constructs a house by developer KB Home in Gilbert, Arizona October 20, 2009. Softer-than-expected...
GILBERT, UNITED STATES
A worker constructs a house by developer KB Home in Gilbert, Arizona
A worker constructs a house by developer KB Home in Gilbert, Arizona October 20, 2009. Softer-than-expected U.S. housing starts last month and a drop in prices paid at the farm and factory gate pointed to an anemic economic recovery, backing views that interest rates could stay low for a while. A Commerce Department report on Tuesday showed groundbreaking for new homes rose 0.5 percent to an annual rate of 590,000 units in September,shy of forecasts for a 610,000 unit rate. REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION)
USA-ECONOMY/
RTXPU5X
October 20, 2009
A worker constructs a house by developer KB Home in Gilbert, Arizona October 20, 2009. Softer-than-expected...
GILBERT, UNITED STATES
A worker constructs a house by developer KB Home in Gilbert, Arizona
A worker constructs a house by developer KB Home in Gilbert, Arizona October 20, 2009. Softer-than-expected U.S. housing starts last month and a drop in prices paid at the farm and factory gate pointed to an anemic economic recovery, backing views that interest rates could stay low for a while. A Commerce Department report on Tuesday showed groundbreaking for new homes rose 0.5 percent to an annual rate of 590,000 units in September,shy of forecasts for a 610,000 unit rate. REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION)
USA-ECONOMY/
RTXPU5R
October 20, 2009
Workers construct a house by developer KB Home in Gilbert, Arizona October 20, 2009. Softer-than-expected...
GILBERT, UNITED STATES
Workers construct a house by developer KB Home in Gilbert, Arizona
Workers construct a house by developer KB Home in Gilbert, Arizona October 20, 2009. Softer-than-expected U.S. housing starts last month and a drop in prices paid at the farm and factory gate pointed to an anemic economic recovery, backing views that interest rates could stay low for a while. A Commerce Department report on Tuesday showed groundbreaking for new homes rose 0.5 percent to an annual rate of 590,000 units in September,shy of forecasts for a 610,000 unit rate. REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION)
USA-ECONOMY/
RTXPU5O
October 20, 2009
Workers construct a house by developer KB Home in Gilbert, Arizona October 20, 2009. Softer-than-expected...
GILBERT, UNITED STATES
Workers construct a house in Gilbert, Arizona
Workers construct a house by developer KB Home in Gilbert, Arizona October 20, 2009. Softer-than-expected U.S. housing starts last month and a drop in prices paid at the farm and factory gate pointed to an anemic economic recovery, backing views that interest rates could stay low for a while. A Commerce Department report on Tuesday showed groundbreaking for new homes rose 0.5 percent to an annual rate of 590,000 units in September,shy of forecasts for a 610,000 unit rate. REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES BUSINESS)
USA-ECONOMY/
RTXPU5I
October 20, 2009
A "sold" sign by developer KB Home is seen in front of houses being constructed in Gilbert, Arizona October...
GILBERT, UNITED STATES
A "sold" sign by developer KB Home is seen in front of houses being constructed in Gilbert, Arizona
A "sold" sign by developer KB Home is seen in front of houses being constructed in Gilbert, Arizona October 20, 2009. Softer-than-expected U.S. housing starts last month and a drop in prices paid at the farm and factory gate pointed to an anemic economic recovery, backing views that interest rates could stay low for a while. A Commerce Department report on Tuesday showed groundbreaking for new homes rose 0.5 percent to an annual rate of 590,000 units in September,shy of forecasts for a 610,000 unit rate. REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES BUSINESS)
USA-ECONOMY/HOUSING
RTR24YM6
June 23, 2009
A worker constructs a new home in Geneva, Illinois, June 23, 2009. The U.S. Commerce Department will...
Geneva, UNITED STATES
A worker constructs a new home in Geneva, Illinois
A worker constructs a new home in Geneva, Illinois, June 23, 2009. The U.S. Commerce Department will release data on sales of newly constructed single-family homes in the United States at 1000 EDT/1400 GMT on June 24, and the report is expected to show sales continuing to climb. Sales of previously owned U.S. homes rose for a second straight month in May but were weaker than expected, adding to growing fears of an anemic economic recovery from a deep recession. The National Association of Realtors said sales climbed 2.4 percent last month to an annual rate of 4.77 million units. REUTERS/Jeff Haynes (UNITED STATES)
USA-ECONOMY/HOUSING
RTR24YLZ
June 23, 2009
Workers construct a new home in Geneva, Illinois, June 23, 2009. The U.S. Commerce Department will release...
Geneva, UNITED STATES
Workers construct a new home in Geneva
Workers construct a new home in Geneva, Illinois, June 23, 2009. The U.S. Commerce Department will release data on sales of newly constructed single-family homes in the United States on June 24, and the report is expected to show sales continuing to climb. Sales of previously owned U.S. homes rose for a second straight month in May but were weaker than expected, adding to growing fears of an anemic economic recovery from a deep recession. The National Association of Realtors said sales climbed 2.4 percent last month to an annual rate of 4.77 million units. REUTERS/Jeff Haynes (UNITED STATES BUSINESS)
USA-ECONOMY/HOUSING
RTR24YLW
June 23, 2009
Workers construct the frame of a new home in Geneva, Illinois, June 23, 2009. The U.S. Commerce Department...
Geneva, UNITED STATES
Workers construct the frame of a new home in Geneva
Workers construct the frame of a new home in Geneva, Illinois, June 23, 2009. The U.S. Commerce Department will release data on sales of newly constructed single-family homes in the United States on June 24, and the report is expected to show sales continuing to climb. Sales of previously owned U.S. homes rose for a second straight month in May but were weaker than expected, adding to growing fears of an anemic economic recovery from a deep recession. The National Association of Realtors said sales climbed 2.4 percent last month to an annual rate of 4.77 million units. REUTERS/Jeff Haynes (UNITED STATES BUSINESS)
USA-ECONOMY/HOUSING
RTR24YLV
June 23, 2009
A worker constructs a new home in Geneva, Illinois, June 23, 2009. The U.S. Commerce Department will...
Geneva, UNITED STATES
A worker constructs a new home in Geneva
A worker constructs a new home in Geneva, Illinois, June 23, 2009. The U.S. Commerce Department will release data on sales of newly constructed single-family homes in the United States on June 24, and the report is expected to show sales continuing to climb. Sales of previously owned U.S. homes rose for a second straight month in May but were weaker than expected, adding to growing fears of an anemic economic recovery from a deep recession. The National Association of Realtors said sales climbed 2.4 percent last month to an annual rate of 4.77 million units. REUTERS/Jeff Haynes (UNITED STATES BUSINESS)
USA-ECONOMY/HOUSING
RTR24YLS
June 23, 2009
Workers construct the frame of a new home in Geneva, Illinois, June 23, 2009. The U.S. Commerce Department...
Geneva, UNITED STATES
Workers construct the frame of a new home in Geneva
Workers construct the frame of a new home in Geneva, Illinois, June 23, 2009. The U.S. Commerce Department will release data on sales of newly constructed single-family homes in the United States on June 24, and the report is expected to show sales continuing to climb. Sales of previously owned U.S. homes rose for a second straight month in May but were weaker than expected, adding to growing fears of an anemic economic recovery from a deep recession. The National Association of Realtors said sales climbed 2.4 percent last month to an annual rate of 4.77 million units. REUTERS/Jeff Haynes (UNITED STATES BUSINESS)
USA-ECONOMY/HOUSING
RTR24YLJ
June 23, 2009
A worker constructs a new home in Geneva, Illinois, June 23, 2009. The U.S. Commerce Department will...
Geneva, UNITED STATES
A worker constructs a new home in Geneva
A worker constructs a new home in Geneva, Illinois, June 23, 2009. The U.S. Commerce Department will release data on sales of newly constructed single-family homes in the United States on June 24, and the report is expected to show sales continuing to climb. Sales of previously owned U.S. homes rose for a second straight month in May but were weaker than expected, adding to growing fears of an anemic economic recovery from a deep recession. The National Association of Realtors said sales climbed 2.4 percent last month to an annual rate of 4.77 million units. REUTERS/Jeff Haynes (UNITED STATES BUSINESS)
USA-ECONOMY/HOUSING
RTR24YLD
June 23, 2009
A worker constructs a new home in Geneva, Illinois, June 23, 2009. The U.S. Commerce Department will...
Geneva, UNITED STATES
A worker constructs a new home in Geneva
A worker constructs a new home in Geneva, Illinois, June 23, 2009. The U.S. Commerce Department will release data on sales of newly constructed single-family homes in the United States on June 24, and the report is expected to show sales continuing to climb. Sales of previously owned U.S. homes rose for a second straight month in May but were weaker than expected, adding to growing fears of an anemic economic recovery from a deep recession. The National Association of Realtors said sales climbed 2.4 percent last month to an annual rate of 4.77 million units. REUTERS/Jeff Haynes (UNITED STATES BUSINESS)
USA-ECONOMY/HOUSING
RTR24YLB
June 23, 2009
Workers construct a new home in Geneva, Illinois, June 23, 2009. The U.S. Commerce Department will release...
Geneva, UNITED STATES
Workers construct a new home in Geneva
Workers construct a new home in Geneva, Illinois, June 23, 2009. The U.S. Commerce Department will release data on sales of newly constructed single-family homes in the United States on June 24, and the report is expected to show sales continuing to climb. Sales of previously owned U.S. homes rose for a second straight month in May but were weaker than expected, adding to growing fears of an anemic economic recovery from a deep recession. The National Association of Realtors said sales climbed 2.4 percent last month to an annual rate of 4.77 million units. REUTERS/Jeff Haynes (UNITED STATES BUSINESS)
USA-ECONOMY/HOUSING
RTR24YL9
June 23, 2009
A worker constructs a new home in Geneva, Illinois, June 23, 2009. The U.S. Commerce Department will...
Geneva, UNITED STATES
A worker constructs a new home in Geneva
A worker constructs a new home in Geneva, Illinois, June 23, 2009. The U.S. Commerce Department will release data on sales of newly constructed single-family homes in the United States on June 24, and the report is expected to show sales continuing to climb. Sales of previously owned U.S. homes rose for a second straight month in May but were weaker than expected, adding to growing fears of an anemic economic recovery from a deep recession. The National Association of Realtors said sales climbed 2.4 percent last month to an annual rate of 4.77 million units. REUTERS/Jeff Haynes (UNITED STATES BUSINESS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
OBAMA/
RTXCFZE
March 06, 2009
A sale advertisement is seen in the window of a store in New York March 6, 2009. The S&P Retail Index...
New York, UNITED STATES
A sale advertisement is seen in the window of a store in New York
A sale advertisement is seen in the window of a store in New York March 6, 2009. The S&P Retail Index was flat on Thursday, edging 0.2 percent lower to 241.51 after many retailers reported their February same-store sales results. Most retailers saw anemic comparable sales growth, as the recession continued to pressure consumer spending. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTX8OXO
September 12, 2008
Three North Korean men sit inside a disused factory building along the banks of the Yalu River near the...
Dandong, North Korea
North Korean men sit inside a disused factory building along banks of Yalu River near North Korean town...
Three North Korean men sit inside a disused factory building along the banks of the Yalu River near the North Korean town of Qing Cheng, located around 50km (31 miles) north of the Chinese border city of Dandong, September 12, 2008. North Korean leader Kim Jong-il is on the mend from an apparent stroke, a South Korean lawmaker said on Thursday, with no signs he has lost his grip over a country that possibly has nuclear weapons. Kim, 66, has led communist North Korea for 14 years, under which the reclusive country has seen it anemic economy shrink, its ballistic missile arsenal swell and U.N. sanctions imposed due to its nuclear program and first atomic test two years ago. REUTERS/David Gray (NORTH KOREA)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTX8OXM
September 12, 2008
Three North Korean boys stand on the bank of the Yalu River after swimming near the North Korean town...
Dandong, North Korea
North Korean boys stand on bank of the Yalu River after swimming near North Korean town of Qing Cheng...
Three North Korean boys stand on the bank of the Yalu River after swimming near the North Korean town of Qing Cheng, located around 50km (31 miles) north of the Chinese border city of Dandong, September 12, 2008. North Korean leader Kim Jong-il is on the mend from an apparent stroke, a South Korean lawmaker said on Thursday, with no signs he has lost his grip over a country that possibly has nuclear weapons. Kim, 66, has led communist North Korea for 14 years, under which the reclusive country has seen it anemic economy shrink, its ballistic missile arsenal swell and U.N. sanctions imposed due to its nuclear program and first atomic test two years ago. REUTERS/David Gray (NORTH KOREA)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTX8OXH
September 12, 2008
A North Korean soldier looks out from an observation tower along the banks of the Yalu River near the...
Dandong, North Korea
North Korean soldier looks out from observation tower along banks of Yalu River near North Korean town...
A North Korean soldier looks out from an observation tower along the banks of the Yalu River near the North Korean town of Qing Cheng, located around 50km (31 miles) north of the Chinese border city of Dandong, September 12, 2008. North Korean leader Kim Jong-il is on the mend from an apparent stroke, a South Korean lawmaker said on Thursday, with no signs he has lost his grip over a country that possibly has nuclear weapons. Kim, 66, has led communist North Korea for 14 years, under which the reclusive country has seen it anemic economy shrink, its ballistic missile arsenal swell and U.N. sanctions imposed due to its nuclear program and first atomic test two years ago. REUTERS/David Gray (NORTH KOREA)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTX8OXE
September 12, 2008
A North Korean soldier looks out from an observation tower along the banks of the Yalu River near the...
Dandong, North Korea
North Korean soldier looks out from observation tower along banks of Yalu River near North Korean town...
A North Korean soldier looks out from an observation tower along the banks of the Yalu River near the North Korean town of Qing Cheng, located around 50km (31 miles) north of the Chinese border city of Dandong, September 12, 2008. North Korean leader Kim Jong-il is on the mend from an apparent stroke, a South Korean lawmaker said on Thursday, with no signs he has lost his grip over a country that possibly has nuclear weapons. Kim, 66, has led communist North Korea for 14 years, under which the reclusive country has seen it anemic economy shrink, its ballistic missile arsenal swell and U.N. sanctions imposed due to its nuclear program and first atomic test two years ago. REUTERS/David Gray (NORTH KOREA)
CHINA/KOREA
RTX8OWX
September 12, 2008
North Korean men sit inside a disused factory building along the banks of the Yalu River near the North...
Dandong, China
North Korean men sit inside a disused factory building along the banks of the Yalu River near the North...
North Korean men sit inside a disused factory building along the banks of the Yalu River near the North Korean town of Qing Cheng, located around 50 kilometres (31 miles) north of the Chinese border city of Dandong September 12, 2008. North Korean leader Kim Jong-il is on the mend from an apparent stroke, a South Korean lawmaker said on Thursday, with no signs he has lost his grip over a country that possibly has nuclear weapons. Kim, 66, has led communist North Korea for 14 years, under which the reclusive country has seen it anemic economy shrink, its ballistic missile arsenal swell and U.N. sanctions imposed due to its nuclear program and first atomic test two years ago. REUTERS/David Gray (NORTH KOREA)
CHINA/KOREA
RTX8OWW
September 12, 2008
A boat carrying North Korean soldiers travels past a boat carrying Chinese onlookers along the Yalu River...
Dandong, China
A boat carrying North Korean soldiers travels past a boat carrying Chinese onlookers along the Yalu River...
A boat carrying North Korean soldiers travels past a boat carrying Chinese onlookers along the Yalu River near the North Korean town of Qing Cheng, located around 50 kilometres (31 miles) north of the Chinese border city of Dandong September 12, 2008. North Korean leader Kim Jong-il is on the mend from an apparent stroke, a South Korean lawmaker said on Thursday, with no signs he has lost his grip over a country that possibly has nuclear weapons. Kim, 66, has led communist North Korea for 14 years, under which the reclusive country has seen it anemic economy shrink, its ballistic missile arsenal swell and U.N. sanctions imposed due to its nuclear program and first atomic test two years ago. REUTERS/David Gray (NORTH KOREA)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTX8OWK
September 12, 2008
A female North Korean soldier looks from behind a tree as she patrols the border fence along the banks...
Dandong, China
A female North Korean soldier looks from behind a tree as she patrols the border fence along the banks...
A female North Korean soldier looks from behind a tree as she patrols the border fence along the banks of the Yalu River near the North Korean town of Qing Cheng, located around 50 kilometres north of the Chinese border city of Dandong September 12, 2008. North Korean leader Kim Jong-il is on the mend from an apparent stroke, a South Korean lawmaker said on Thursday, with no signs he has lost his grip over a country that possibly has nuclear weapons. Kim, 66, has led communist North Korea for 14 years, under which the reclusive country has seen it anemic economy shrink, its ballistic missile arsenal swell and U.N. sanctions imposed due to its nuclear program and first atomic test two years ago. REUTERS/David Gray (NORTH KOREA)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTX8OWJ
September 12, 2008
A female North Korean soldier looks from behind a tree as she patrols the border fence along the banks...
Dandong, North Korea
A female North Korean soldier looks from behind a tree as she patrols the border fence along the banks...
A female North Korean soldier looks from behind a tree as she patrols the border fence along the banks of the Yalu River near the North Korean town of Qing Cheng, located around 50 kilometres north of the Chinese border city of Dandong September 12, 2008. North Korean leader Kim Jong-il is on the mend from an apparent stroke, a South Korean lawmaker said on Thursday, with no signs he has lost his grip over a country that possibly has nuclear weapons. Kim, 66, has led communist North Korea for 14 years, under which the reclusive country has seen it anemic economy shrink, its ballistic missile arsenal swell and U.N. sanctions imposed due to its nuclear program and first atomic test two years ago. REUTERS/David Gray (NORTH KOREA)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTX8OWI
September 12, 2008
A woman carrying a baby on her back rides on a motorbike with a North Korean soldier along the banks...
Dandong, multiple countries
A woman carrying a baby on her back rides on a motorbike with a North Korean soldier along the banks...
A woman carrying a baby on her back rides on a motorbike with a North Korean soldier along the banks of the Yalu River near the North Korean town of Qing Cheng, located around 50 kilometres north of the Chinese border city of Dandong September 12, 2008. North Korean leader Kim Jong-il is on the mend from an apparent stroke, a South Korean lawmaker said on Thursday, with no signs he has lost his grip over a country that possibly has nuclear weapons. Kim, 66, has led communist North Korea for 14 years, under which the reclusive country has seen it anemic economy shrink, its ballistic missile arsenal swell and U.N. sanctions imposed due to its nuclear program and first atomic test two years ago. REUTERS/David Gray (NORTH KOREA)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTX8OWG
September 11, 2008
A female North Korean soldier looks out from behind a tree as she patrols the border fence along the...
Dandong, North Korea
A female North Korean soldier looks out from behind a tree as she patrols the border fence along the...
A female North Korean soldier looks out from behind a tree as she patrols the border fence along the banks of the Yalu River near the North Korean town of Qing Cheng, located around 50 kilometres north of the Chinese border city of Dandong September 12, 2008. North Korean leader Kim Jong-il is on the mend from an apparent stroke, a South Korean lawmaker said on Thursday, with no signs he has lost his grip over a country that possibly has nuclear weapons. Kim, 66, has led communist North Korea for 14 years, under which the reclusive country has seen it anemic economy shrink, its ballistic missile arsenal swell and U.N. sanctions imposed due to its nuclear program and first atomic test two years ago. REUTERS/David Gray (NORTH KOREA)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTX8NON
September 11, 2008
A fisherman walks out of the Yalu River, opposite the North Korean town of Sinuiju, after setting a trap...
Dandong, North Korea
A fisherman walks out of the Yalu River, opposite the North Korean town of Sinuiju, after setting a trap...
A fisherman walks out of the Yalu River, opposite the North Korean town of Sinuiju, after setting a trap in the Chinese border city of Dandong September 11, 2008. South Korea's president convened an emergency meeting of his cabinet to prepare for possible changes in North Korea after speculation its leader Kim Jong-il had suffered a stroke, an official said on Thursday. Kim, 66, has led communist North Korea for 14 years, under which the reclusive country has seen it anemic economy shrink, its ballistic missile arsenal swell and U.N. sanctions imposed due to its nuclear program and first atomic test two years ago. REUTERS/David Gray (NORTH KOREA)
CHINA/KOREA
RTX8NM4
September 11, 2008
A North Korean soldier stands guard outside an army installation on the banks of the Yalu River near...
Dandong, North Korea
A North Korean soldier stands guard outside an army installation on the banks of the Yalu River near...
A North Korean soldier stands guard outside an army installation on the banks of the Yalu River near the North Korean town of Sinuiju, opposite the Chinese border city of Dandong, September 11, 2008. South Korea's president convened an emergency meeting of his cabinet to prepare for possible changes in North Korea after speculation its leader Kim Jong-il had suffered a stroke, an official said on Thursday. Kim, 66, has led communist North Korea for 14 years, under which the reclusive country has seen it anemic economy shrink, its ballistic missile arsenal swell and U.N. sanctions imposed due to its nuclear program and first atomic test two years ago. REUTERS/David Gray (NORTH KOREA)
JAPAN-ECONOMY/
RTR1SQHP
August 13, 2007
A businessman is reflected on an electronic board displaying share prices in Tokyo August 13, 2007. Japan's...
Tokyo, Japan
A businessman is reflected on electronic board displaying share prices in Tokyo
A businessman is reflected on an electronic board displaying share prices in Tokyo August 13, 2007. Japan's economy grew an anemic 0.1 percent in the April-June quarter, reinforcing expectations that a shake-out in global markets may prompt the central bank to rethink a rate hike this month. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
KAZAKHSTAN
RTR8UND
April 18, 2005
Ten-month-old Kazakh boy Arman, suffering from anaemia and lung sickness, sleeps next to his mother,...
ARALSK, Kazakhstan
Ten-month-old Kazakh boy Arman sleeps next to his mother, Ummet, in a hospital in Aralsk.
Ten-month-old Kazakh boy Arman, suffering from anaemia and lung sickness, sleeps next to his mother, Ummet, in a hospital in Aralsk, south-western Kazakhstan April 18, 2005. Once the world's fourth largest lake, the Aral has shrunk so much that it has now split into two separate bodies of water. The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has been running an Aral Sea Programme since 1995, focusing mainly on water resources management, small business development, humanitarian assistance and a social and health programme as the ecological disaster of the dying sea has brought about a host of associated health problems. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov SZH/DY
SWITZERLAND
RTRD5GD
January 25, 2003
Douglas N. Daft, chairman and CEO of The Coca Cola Company speaks during the "Joint Swiss/US Economic...
Davos, Switzerland (Swiss Confederation)
FILE PHOTO OF COCA-COLA CEO DOUGLAS N. DAFT.
Douglas N. Daft, chairman and CEO of The Coca Cola Company speaks during the "Joint Swiss/US Economic Commission" session at the World Economic Forum (WEF) annual meeting 2003 in Davos in this January 25, 2003 file photo. Daft, who has been dogged by government probes, disappointing sales and an anemic stock price, will retire at the end of 2004, the world's largest soft drink maker said on February 19, 2004. REUTERS/Monika Flueckiger/Files SV
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