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CARILLION-RESTRUCTURING/ C
RTX4CKUO
January 16, 2018
Bar chart showing increase in Dividends paid out by British company Carillion before it went bankrupt...
CARILLION DIVIDENDS EPS C
Bar chart showing increase in Dividends paid out by British company Carillion before it went bankrupt
FRANCE-MANUSCRIPTS/AUCTION
RTX3JR5P
November 23, 2017
An employee displays the Marquis de Sade's original rolled manuscript called Le Rouleau de la Bastille...
Paris, France
An employee displays the Marquis de Sade's original rolled manuscript called Le Rouleau de la Bastille...
An employee displays the Marquis de Sade's original rolled manuscript called Le Rouleau de la Bastille of "Les 120 jours de Sodome ou l'ecole du libertinage" (The 120 Days of Sodom, or the School of Libertinage, 1785) before its auction at the Hotel Drouot auction house in Paris, France, November 23, 2017. The sale of the most important private stock of manuscripts from bankrupt French company Aristophil, which purchased some 130,000 pieces, will start on December 20, 2017 in Paris. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
FRANCE-MANUSCRIPTS/AUCTION
RTX3JQP6
November 23, 2017
Decorated Manuscript on Parchment "Recit de pelerinage a Jerusalem" (Account of Pilgrimage to Jerusalem,...
Paris, France
Decorated Manuscript on Parchment "Recit de pelerinage a Jerusalem" (Account of Pilgrimage to Jerusalem,...
Decorated Manuscript on Parchment "Recit de pelerinage a Jerusalem" (Account of Pilgrimage to Jerusalem, circa 1490-1500) by Pierre Barbatre is displayed at the Hotel Drouot auction house in Paris, France, November 23, 2017. The sale of the most important private stock of manuscripts from bankrupt French company Aristophil, which purchased some 130,000 pieces, will start on December 20, 2017 in Paris. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
FRANCE-MANUSCRIPTS/AUCTION
RTX3JQOS
November 23, 2017
Set of signed letters (1954-1979) to Nelly Kaplan from director Abel Gance (1889-1981) are displayed...
Paris, France
Set of signed letters from director Abel Gance are displayed before its auction at the Hotel Drouot auction...
Set of signed letters (1954-1979) to Nelly Kaplan from director Abel Gance (1889-1981) are displayed before its auction at the Hotel Drouot auction house in Paris, France, November 23, 2017. The sale of the most important private stock of manuscripts from bankrupt French company Aristophil, which purchased some 130,000 pieces, will start on December 20, 2017 in Paris. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
FRANCE-MANUSCRIPTS/AUCTION
RTX3JQMP
November 23, 2017
Manuscript Second Manifeste du Surrealisme (Second Manifesto of Surrealism, 1924-1929) by writer and...
Paris, France
Manuscript Second Manifeste du Surrealisme by writer and poet Andre Breton is displayed before its auction...
Manuscript Second Manifeste du Surrealisme (Second Manifesto of Surrealism, 1924-1929) by writer and poet Andre Breton (1896-1966) is displayed before its auction at the Hotel Drouot auction house in Paris, France, November 23, 2017. The sale of the most important private stock of manuscripts from bankrupt French company Aristophil, which purchased some 130,000 pieces, will start on December 20, 2017 in Paris. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
FRANCE-MANUSCRIPTS/AUCTION
RTX3JQLW
November 23, 2017
The logo of Aristophil and a manuscript with calligraphy by Alexandre Dumas (1802-1870) and Gerard de...
Paris, France
The logo of Aristophil is seen at the Hotel Drouot auction house in Paris
The logo of Aristophil and a manuscript with calligraphy by Alexandre Dumas (1802-1870) and Gerard de Nerval (1808-1855) with an original oil painting by Eugene Isabey, a gift for Tsar Nicholas I, are seen at the Hotel Drouot auction house in Paris, France, November 23, 2017. The sale of the most important private stock of manuscripts from bankrupt French company Aristophil, which purchased some 130,000 pieces, will start on December 20, 2017 in Paris. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
FRANCE-MANUSCRIPTS/AUCTION
RTX3JQLM
November 23, 2017
Manuscript with calligraphy by Alexandre Dumas (1802-1870) and Gerard de Nerval (1808-1855) with an original...
Paris, France
Manuscript with calligraphy by Alexandre Dumas (1802-1870) and Gerard de Nerval (1808-1855) with an original...
Manuscript with calligraphy by Alexandre Dumas (1802-1870) and Gerard de Nerval (1808-1855) with an original oil painting by Eugene Isabey, a gift for Tsar Nicholas I, is displayed at the Hotel Drouot auction house in Paris, France, November 23, 2017. The sale of the most important private stock of manuscripts from bankrupt French company Aristophil, which purchased some 130,000 pieces, will start on December 20, 2017 in Paris. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
FRANCE-MANUSCRIPTS/AUCTION
RTX3JPZZ
November 23, 2017
The book "Essai sur l'histoire des arts en Egypte pourvant servir d'Appendice au grand ouvrage de la...
Paris, France
The book "Essai sur l'histoire des arts en Egypte pourvant servir d'Appendice au grand ouvrage de la...
The book "Essai sur l'histoire des arts en Egypte pourvant servir d'Appendice au grand ouvrage de la Commission" (Essay on the arts in Egypt) by French archaeologist Alexandre Lenoir (1761-1839) is displayed at the Hotel Drouot auction house in Paris, France, November 23, 2017. The sale of the most important private stock of manuscripts from bankrupt French company Aristophil, which purchased some 130,000 pieces, will start on December 20, 2017 in Paris. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
FRANCE-MANUSCRIPTS/AUCTION
RTX3JPZ5
November 23, 2017
An employee displays the Marquis de Sade's original rolled manuscript called Le Rouleau de la Bastille...
Paris, France
An employee displays the Marquis de Sade's original rolled manuscript called Le Rouleau de la Bastille...
An employee displays the Marquis de Sade's original rolled manuscript called Le Rouleau de la Bastille of "Les 120 jours de Sodome ou l'ecole du libertinage" (The 120 Days of Sodom, or the School of Libertinage, 1785) before its auction at the Hotel Drouot auction house in Paris, France, November 23, 2017. The sale of the most important private stock of manuscripts from bankrupt French company Aristophil, which purchased some 130,000 pieces, will start on December 20, 2017 in Paris. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
FRANCE-MANUSCRIPTS/AUCTION
RTX3JPYX
November 23, 2017
Rare documents of the pasenger liner "Titanic" about its shipwreck are displayed at the Hotel Drouot...
Paris, France
Rare documents of the passenger liner "Titanic" concerning its shipwreck are displayed at the Hotel Drouot...
Rare documents of the pasenger liner "Titanic" about its shipwreck are displayed at the Hotel Drouot auction house in Paris, France, November 23, 2017. The sale of the most important private stock of manuscripts from bankrupt French company Aristophil, which purchased some 130,000 pieces, will start on December 20, 2017 in Paris. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
FRANCE-MANUSCRIPTS/AUCTION
RTX3JPYW
November 23, 2017
Travel case of Napoleon Bonaparte is displayed before at the Hotel Drouot auction house in Paris, France,...
Paris, France
Travel case of Napoleon Bonaparte is displayed before its auction at the Hotel Drouot auction house in...
Travel case of Napoleon Bonaparte is displayed before at the Hotel Drouot auction house in Paris, France, November 23, 2017. The sale of the most important private stock of manuscripts from bankrupt French company Aristophil, which purchased some 130,000 pieces, will start on December 20, 2017 in Paris. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
FRANCE-MANUSCRIPTS/AUCTION
RTX3JPXJ
November 23, 2017
An employee displays the Marquis de Sade's original rolled manuscript called Le Rouleau de la Bastille...
Paris, France
An employee displays the Marquis de Sade's original rolled manuscript called Le Rouleau de la Bastille...
An employee displays the Marquis de Sade's original rolled manuscript called Le Rouleau de la Bastille of "Les 120 jours de Sodome ou l'ecole du libertinage" (The 120 Days of Sodom, or the School of Libertinage, 1785) before its auction at the Hotel Drouot auction house in Paris, France, November 23, 2017. The sale of the most important private stock of manuscripts from bankrupt French company Aristophil, which purchased some 130,000 pieces, will start on December 20, 2017 in Paris. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
FRANCE-MANUSCRIPTS/AUCTION
RTX3JPXG
November 23, 2017
The "Titanic" manuscript by author Candee Helen Churchill (1858-1949) is displayed before its auction...
Paris, France
The "Titanic" manuscript by author Candee Helen Churchill (1858-1949) is displayed before its auction...
The "Titanic" manuscript by author Candee Helen Churchill (1858-1949) is displayed before its auction at the Hotel Drouot auction house in Paris, France, November 23, 2017. The sale of the most important private stock of manuscripts from bankrupt French company Aristophil, which purchased some 130,000 pieces, will start on December 20, 2017 in Paris. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
FRANCE-MANUSCRIPTS/AUCTION
RTX3JPWH
November 23, 2017
The rare book "Etat militaire de France pour l'annee 1786, 28eme edition" is displayed before its auction...
Paris, France
The rare book "Etat militaire de France pour l'annee 1786, 28eme edition" is displayed before its auction...
The rare book "Etat militaire de France pour l'annee 1786, 28eme edition" is displayed before its auction at the Hotel Drouot auction house in Paris, France, November 23, 2017. The sale of the most important private stock of manuscripts from bankrupt French company Aristophil, which purchased some 130,000 pieces, will start on December 20, 2017 in Paris. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
FRANCE-MANUSCRIPTS/AUCTION
RTX3JPVQ
November 23, 2017
The Marquis de Sade's original rolled manuscript called Le Rouleau de la Bastille of "Les 120 jours de...
Paris, France
The Marquis de Sade's original rolled manuscript called Le Rouleau de la Bastille of "Les 120 jours de...
The Marquis de Sade's original rolled manuscript called Le Rouleau de la Bastille of "Les 120 jours de Sodome ou l'ecole du libertinage" (The 120 Days of Sodom, or the School of Libertinage, 1785) is displayed before its auction at the Hotel Drouot auction house in Paris, France, November 23, 2017. The sale of the most important private stock of manuscripts from bankrupt French company Aristophil, which purchased some 130,000 pieces, will start on December 20, 2017 in Paris. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
FRANCE-MANUSCRIPTS/AUCTION
RTX3JPVE
November 23, 2017
An employee displays the Marquis de Sade's original rolled manuscript called Le Rouleau de la Bastille...
Paris, France
An employee displays the Marquis de Sade's original rolled manuscript called Le Rouleau de la Bastille...
An employee displays the Marquis de Sade's original rolled manuscript called Le Rouleau de la Bastille of "Les 120 jours de Sodome ou l'ecole du libertinage" (The 120 Days of Sodom, or the School of Libertinage, 1785) before its auction at the Hotel Drouot auction house in Paris, France, November 23, 2017. The sale of the most important private stock of manuscripts from bankrupt French company Aristophil, which purchased some 130,000 pieces, will start on December 20, 2017 in Paris. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
FRANCE-MANUSCRIPTS/AUCTION
RTX3JPV9
November 23, 2017
An employee displays the Marquis de Sade's original rolled manuscript called Le Rouleau de la Bastille...
Paris, France
An employee displays the Marquis de Sade's original rolled manuscript called Le Rouleau de la Bastille...
An employee displays the Marquis de Sade's original rolled manuscript called Le Rouleau de la Bastille of "Les 120 jours de Sodome ou l'ecole du libertinage" (The 120 Days of Sodom, or the School of Libertinage, 1785) before its auction at the Hotel Drouot auction house in Paris, France, November 23, 2017. The sale of the most important private stock of manuscripts from bankrupt French company Aristophil, which purchased some 130,000 pieces, will start on December 20, 2017 in Paris. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
FRANCE-MANUSCRIPTS/AUCTION
RTX3JPUZ
November 23, 2017
An employee displays the Marquis de Sade's original rolled manuscript called Le Rouleau de la Bastille...
Paris, France
An employee displays the Marquis de Sade's original rolled manuscript called Le Rouleau de la Bastille...
An employee displays the Marquis de Sade's original rolled manuscript called Le Rouleau de la Bastille of "Les 120 jours de Sodome ou l'ecole du libertinage" (The 120 Days of Sodom, or the School of Libertinage, 1785) before its auction at the Hotel Drouot auction house in Paris, France, November 23, 2017. The sale of the most important private stock of manuscripts from bankrupt French company Aristophil, which purchased some 130,000 pieces, will start on December 20, 2017 in Paris. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
ENERGY-DEBT/ACTIVISM
RTS1J7Z1
November 09, 2017
The return of previously-bankrupt oil and gas companies to the public markets was supposed to start the...
Interactive Content
Why debt funds turn into activist shareholders media-interactive
The return of previously-bankrupt oil and gas companies to the public markets was supposed to start the process of hedge funds exiting their investments.
USA-PUERTORICO/UTILITY
RTS1F5OQ
October 04, 2017
The bankrupt Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority has been dealing with years of workforce attrition...
Interactive Content
PREPA&#39s response to Maria hampered media-interactive
The bankrupt Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority has been dealing with years of workforce attrition and degraded &#34unsafe&#34 equipment.
USA-PUERTORICO/UTILITY
RTS1F4CQ
October 04, 2017
The bankrupt Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority has been dealing with years of workforce attrition...
Interactive Content
PREPA&#39s response to Maria hampered media-interactive
The bankrupt Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority has been dealing with years of workforce attrition and degraded &#34unsafe&#34 equipment.
USA-PUERTORICO/UTILITY C
RTS1F4CO
October 04, 2017
The bankrupt Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority has been dealing with years of workforce attrition...
PREPA&#39s response to Maria hampered EPS C
The bankrupt Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority has been dealing with years of workforce attrition and degraded &#34unsafe&#34 equipment.
EDF-RESULTS/
RTSYL9J
February 14, 2017
A Greenpeace sign which reads " Thank you Jean-Bernard, EDF is bankrupt " is seen in front of the France's...
Paris, France
A Greenpeace sign is seen in front of the France's state-owned electricity company EDF headquarters during...
A Greenpeace sign which reads " Thank you Jean-Bernard, EDF is bankrupt " is seen in front of the France's state-owned electricity company EDF headquarters during the company's 2016 annual results presentation in Paris, France, February 14, 2017. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
EDF-RESULTS/
RTSYL7Z
February 14, 2017
A Greenpeace activist holds a banner which reads "EDF is bankrupt" in front of the France's state-owned...
Paris, France
A Greenpeace activist holds a banner which reads "EDF is bankrupt" in front of the France's state-owned...
A Greenpeace activist holds a banner which reads "EDF is bankrupt" in front of the France's state-owned electricity company EDF headquarters during the company's 2016 annual results presentation in Paris, France, February 14, 2017. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
EDF-RESULTS/
RTSYL7J
February 14, 2017
A Greenpeace activist hangs a banner which reads "EDF is bankrupt, let's phase out nuclear power" in...
Paris, France
A Greenpeace activist hangs a banner in front of the France's state-owned electricity company EDF headquarters...
A Greenpeace activist hangs a banner which reads "EDF is bankrupt, let's phase out nuclear power" in front of the France's state-owned electricity company EDF headquarters during the company's 2016 annual results presentation in Paris, France, February 14, 2017. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
EDF-RESULTS/
RTSYL72
February 14, 2017
Greenpeace activists hang a banner which reads "EDF is bankrupt, let's phase out nuclear power" in front...
Paris, France
Greenpeace activists hang a banner in front of the France's state-owned electricity company EDF headquarters...
Greenpeace activists hang a banner which reads "EDF is bankrupt, let's phase out nuclear power" in front of the France's state-owned electricity company EDF headquarters during the company's 2016 annual results presentation in Paris, France, February 14, 2017. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
EDF-RESULTS/
RTSYL6K
February 14, 2017
French police intervene as a Greenpeace activist hangs a banner which reads "EDF is bankrupt, let's phase...
Paris, France
French police intervene as a Greenpeace activist hangs a banner on the facade of the France's state-owned...
French police intervene as a Greenpeace activist hangs a banner which reads "EDF is bankrupt, let's phase out nuclear power" on the facade of the France's state-owned electricity company EDF headquarters during the company's 2016 annual results presentation in Paris, France, February 14, 2017. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
EDF-RESULTS/
RTSYL6J
February 14, 2017
French police intervene as a Greenpeace activist hangs a banner which reads "EDF is bankrupt, let's phase...
Paris, France
French police intervene as a Greenpeace activist hangs a banner on the facade of the France's state-owned...
French police intervene as a Greenpeace activist hangs a banner which reads "EDF is bankrupt, let's phase out nuclear power" on the facade of the France's state-owned electricity company EDF headquarters during the company's 2016 annual results presentation in Paris, France, February 14, 2017. REUTERS/Charles Platiau TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
USA-COAL/HOBET
RTSL7NY
August 05, 2016
Former Hobet miner Ronald 'Yogi' Pauley sits on the front porch at his house in Alkol, West Virginia,...
ALKOL, UNITED STATES
Former Hobet miner Ronald 'Yogi' Pauley sits on the front porch at his house in Alkol
Former Hobet miner Ronald 'Yogi' Pauley sits on the front porch at his house in Alkol, West Virginia, U.S. May 11, 2016. Pauley worked at the Hobet Mine, and was a leader of the local mine union in most of that time. Like most of the workforce, Pauley left Hobet's employment after Patriot Coal went bankrupt for the second time in 2015. To match Special Report USA-COAL/HOBET REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
USA-COAL/HOBET
RTSL7NV
August 05, 2016
Former Hobet miner Ronald 'Yogi' Pauley lets one of his dogs into his house in Alkol, West Virginia,...
ALKOL, UNITED STATES
Former Hobet miner Ronald 'Yogi' Pauley lets one of his dogs into his house in Alko
Former Hobet miner Ronald 'Yogi' Pauley lets one of his dogs into his house in Alkol, West Virginia, U.S. May 11, 2016. Pauley worked at the Hobet Mine, and was a leader of the local mine union in most of that time. Like most of the workforce, Pauley left Hobet's employment after Patriot Coal went bankrupt for the second time in 2015. To match Special Report USA-COAL/HOBET REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
DICK SMITH HLDG-M&A/BANKRUPTCY
RTX28MUF
February 25, 2016
A worker holds the security gate covering the main entrance of a Dick Smith store in Sydney, Australia,...
Sydney, Australia
A worker holds the security gate covering the main entrance of a Dick Smith store in Sydney, Australia...
A worker holds the security gate covering the main entrance of a Dick Smith store in Sydney, Australia, February 26, 2016. Bankrupt consumer electronics retailer Dick Smith Holdings Ltd will close down its remaining 363 stores in Australia and New Zealand after failing to find a buyer, receivers and managers of the company said on Thursday. REUTERS/David Gray
DICK SMITH HLDG-M&A/BANKRUPTCY
RTX28MUE
February 25, 2016
A pedestrian walks past a Dick Smith store displaying sales posters in Sydney, Australia, February 26,...
Sydney, Australia
A pedestrian walks past a Dick Smith store displaying sales posters in Sydney, Australia
A pedestrian walks past a Dick Smith store displaying sales posters in Sydney, Australia, February 26, 2016. Bankrupt consumer electronics retailer Dick Smith Holdings Ltd will close down its remaining 363 stores in Australia and New Zealand after failing to find a buyer, receivers and managers of the company said on Thursday. REUTERS/David Gray
BRAZIL-PETROBRAS/SUGAR
RTX1VLHI
November 24, 2015
Brazilian businessman Jose Carlos Bumlai (L) boards a plane at an airport in Brasilia, Brazil November...
Brasilia, Brazil
Brazilian businessman Jose Carlos Bumlai boards a plane at an airport in Brasilia, Brazil
Brazilian businessman Jose Carlos Bumlai (L) boards a plane at an airport in Brasilia, Brazil November 24, 2015. Brazilian prosecutors said on Tuesday they were looking at suspect loans involving the sugar and ethanol industry, including bankrupt Sao Fernando Açucar e Alcool, in the latest phase of a corruption investigation focused on state-run oil firm Petroleo Brasileiro SA. Police earlier arrested rancher José Carlos Bumlai, a friend of former president Luíz Inácio Lula da Silva, and said they are investigating millions of reais of loans benefiting his companies and also President Dilma Rousseff's Workers' Party. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
BRAZIL-PETROBRAS/SUGAR
RTX1VLHD
November 24, 2015
Brazilian businessman Jose Carlos Bumlai (L) boards a plane at an airport in Brasilia, Brazil November...
Brasilia, Brazil
Brazilian businessman Jose Carlos Bumlai boards a plane at an airport in Brasilia, Brazil
Brazilian businessman Jose Carlos Bumlai (L) boards a plane at an airport in Brasilia, Brazil November 24, 2015. Brazilian prosecutors said on Tuesday they were looking at suspect loans involving the sugar and ethanol industry, including bankrupt Sao Fernando Açucar e Alcool, in the latest phase of a corruption investigation focused on state-run oil firm Petroleo Brasileiro SA. Police earlier arrested rancher José Carlos Bumlai, a friend of former president Luíz Inácio Lula da Silva, and said they are investigating millions of reais of loans benefiting his companies and also President Dilma Rousseff's Workers' Party. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
BRAZIL-PETROBRAS/SUGAR
RTX1VLHC
November 24, 2015
Brazilian businessman Jose Carlos Bumlai (L) boards a plane at an airport in Brasilia, Brazil November...
Brasilia, Brazil
Brazilian businessman Jose Carlos Bumlai boards a plane at an airport in Brasilia, Brazil
Brazilian businessman Jose Carlos Bumlai (L) boards a plane at an airport in Brasilia, Brazil November 24, 2015. Brazilian prosecutors said on Tuesday they were looking at suspect loans involving the sugar and ethanol industry, including bankrupt Sao Fernando Açucar e Alcool, in the latest phase of a corruption investigation focused on state-run oil firm Petroleo Brasileiro SA. Police earlier arrested rancher José Carlos Bumlai, a friend of former president Luíz Inácio Lula da Silva, and said they are investigating millions of reais of loans benefiting his companies and also President Dilma Rousseff's Workers' Party. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
BRAZIL-PETROBRAS/SUGAR
RTX1VLHA
November 24, 2015
Brazilian businessman Jose Carlos Bumlai boards a plane at an airport in Brasilia, Brazil November 24,...
Brasilia, Brazil
Brazilian businessman Jose Carlos Bumlai boards a plane at an airport in Brasilia, Brazil
Brazilian businessman Jose Carlos Bumlai boards a plane at an airport in Brasilia, Brazil November 24, 2015. Brazilian prosecutors said on Tuesday they were looking at suspect loans involving the sugar and ethanol industry, including bankrupt Sao Fernando Açucar e Alcool, in the latest phase of a corruption investigation focused on state-run oil firm Petroleo Brasileiro SA. Police earlier arrested rancher José Carlos Bumlai, a friend of former president Luíz Inácio Lula da Silva, and said they are investigating millions of reais of loans benefiting his companies and also President Dilma Rousseff's Workers' Party. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
BRAZIL-PETROBRAS/SUGAR
RTX1VLH8
November 24, 2015
Brazilian businessman Jose Carlos Bumlai (L) boards a plane at an airport in Brasilia, Brazil November...
Brasilia, Brazil
Brazilian businessman Jose Carlos Bumlai boards a plane at an airport in Brasilia, Brazil
Brazilian businessman Jose Carlos Bumlai (L) boards a plane at an airport in Brasilia, Brazil November 24, 2015. Brazilian prosecutors said on Tuesday they were looking at suspect loans involving the sugar and ethanol industry, including bankrupt Sao Fernando Açucar e Alcool, in the latest phase of a corruption investigation focused on state-run oil firm Petroleo Brasileiro SA. Police earlier arrested rancher José Carlos Bumlai, a friend of former president Luíz Inácio Lula da Silva, and said they are investigating millions of reais of loans benefiting his companies and also President Dilma Rousseff's Workers' Party. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
BRAZIL-PETROBRAS/SUGAR
RTX1VLH7
November 24, 2015
Brazilian businessman Jose Carlos Bumlai (L) boards a plane at an airport in Brasilia, Brazil November...
Brasilia, Brazil
Brazilian businessman Jose Carlos Bumlai boards a plane at an airport in Brasilia, Brazil
Brazilian businessman Jose Carlos Bumlai (L) boards a plane at an airport in Brasilia, Brazil November 24, 2015. Brazilian prosecutors said on Tuesday they were looking at suspect loans involving the sugar and ethanol industry, including bankrupt Sao Fernando Açucar e Alcool, in the latest phase of a corruption investigation focused on state-run oil firm Petroleo Brasileiro SA. Police earlier arrested rancher José Carlos Bumlai, a friend of former president Luíz Inácio Lula da Silva, and said they are investigating millions of reais of loans benefiting his companies and also President Dilma Rousseff's Workers' Party. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
FRANCE-SHOOTING/USA-MIGRANTS
RTS7QVA
November 18, 2015
The bankrupt and shuttered Revel casino is pictured on the Boardwalk in Atlantic City November 17, 2015....
Atlantic City, UNITED STATES
The bankrupt and shuttered Revel casino is pictured on the Boardwalk in Atlantic City
The bankrupt and shuttered Revel casino is pictured on the Boardwalk in Atlantic City November 17, 2015. The Casino's owner has suggested that Syrian refugees could be housed at the hotel, according to local media. To match Feature - FRANCE-SHOOTING/USA-MIGRANTS REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
FRANCE-SHOOTING/USA-MIGRANTS
RTS7QV3
November 18, 2015
A seagull flies over he bankrupt and shuttered Revel casino is pictured on the Boardwalk in Atlantic...
Atlantic City, UNITED STATES
A seagull flies over he bankrupt and shuttered Revel casino is pictured on the Boardwalk in Atlantic...
A seagull flies over he bankrupt and shuttered Revel casino is pictured on the Boardwalk in Atlantic City November 17, 2015. The Casino's owner has suggested that Syrian refugees could be housed at the hotel, according to local media. To match Feature - FRANCE-SHOOTING/USA-MIGRANTS REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
INDONESIA-SME/
RTS3H1M
October 07, 2015
Banners reading "For Sale" hang on the building of a company which went bankrupt, in Surabaya, Indonesia's...
Sidoarjo, Indonesia
Banners reading "For Sale" hang on the building of a company which went bankrupt, in Surabaya, Indonesia...
Banners reading "For Sale" hang on the building of a company which went bankrupt, in Surabaya, Indonesia's East Java province, October 1, 2015. Small and medium-sized firms (SMEs) account for at least 50 percent of Indonesia's economy, but they have been sideswiped by the rupiah's slide to 17-year lows against the dollar, faltering consumption and a jump in minimum wages. The struggle of SMEs – traditional pillars of the economy that rescued Indonesia from the depths of the 1998 financial crisis – is bad news for President Joko Widodo, himself a former furniture businessman who is now battling the weakest growth in six years. To match story INDONESIA-SME/ Picture taken October 1, 2015. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/FARRIGHT
RTX1SAPY
September 24, 2015
File photo of demonstrators marching during an anti-immigrants rally in Prague, Czech Republic, September...
Prague, Czech Republic
File photo of demonstrators marching during an anti-immigrants rally in Prague
File photo of demonstrators marching during an anti-immigrants rally in Prague, Czech Republic, September 12, 2015. European far right parties have called refugees streaming into the region "terrorists", a "ticking time bomb", a Muslim "invasion" that will bankrupt nations and undermine the continent's Christian roots. For now, that has hardly helped their dreams of winning power in elections. In many countries they have found themselves out of step with a wave of public compassion for refugees. But political experts say that as long as the crisis goes on, with no sign of a European consensus on how to stop it, the compassion may wear thin and far right parties could gain momentum. The banner reads: "Stop immigration, stop IS". TO GO WITH STORY EUROPE-MIGRANTS/FARRIGHT REUTERS/David W Cerny/Files
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/FARRIGHT
RTX1SAPC
September 24, 2015
File photo of people holding placards as they participate in an anti-immigration rally against the EU...
Riga, Latvia
File photo of anti-immigration rally in Riga
File photo of people holding placards as they participate in an anti-immigration rally against the EU refugee quota for Latvia in Riga, Latvia, September 22, 2015. European far right parties have called refugees streaming into the region "terrorists", a "ticking time bomb", a Muslim "invasion" that will bankrupt nations and undermine the continent's Christian roots. For now, that has hardly helped their dreams of winning power in elections. In many countries they have found themselves out of step with a wave of public compassion for refugees. But political experts say that as long as the crisis goes on, with no sign of a European consensus on how to stop it, the compassion may wear thin and far right parties could gain momentum. TO GO WITH STORY EUROPE-MIGRANTS/FARRIGHT REUTERS/Ints Kalnins/Files
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/FARRIGHT
RTX1SAP7
September 24, 2015
File photo of supporters of the far-right National Democratic Party (NPD) holding a placard and a German...
Riesa, Germany
File photo of far-right NPD march in Riesa
File photo of supporters of the far-right National Democratic Party (NPD) holding a placard and a German flag during an anti-immigration march in Riesa, Germany, September 9, 2015. European far right parties have called refugees streaming into the region "terrorists", a "ticking time bomb", a Muslim "invasion" that will bankrupt nations and undermine the continent's Christian roots. For now, that has hardly helped their dreams of winning power in elections. In many countries they have found themselves out of step with a wave of public compassion for refugees. But political experts say that as long as the crisis goes on, with no sign of a European consensus on how to stop it, the compassion may wear thin and far right parties could gain momentum. To go with story EUROPE-MIGRANTS/FARRIGHT REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch/Files
SKYMARK AIRLINES-PROPOSAL/
RTX1N3XN
August 05, 2015
Nobuo Sayama (C), representative director of Integral Corp., stands to have a chat next to Skymark Airlines'...
Tokyo, Japan
Sayama, representative director of Integral Corp., stands to have a chat next to Skymark Airlines' chairman...
Nobuo Sayama (C), representative director of Integral Corp., stands to have a chat next to Skymark Airlines' chairman Takashi Ide before a news conference at the Ministry of Land, Infrustrcuture, Transport and Tourism in Tokyo, Japan, August 5, 2015. ANA Holdings Inc won the backing of creditors to lead a turnaround of bankrupt Japanese discount carrier Skymark Airlines Inc, defeating a rival plan that proposed Delta Air Lines as its sponsor. The victory is set to give Japan's largest carrier access to Skymark's 36 landing and take-off slots at Tokyo's popular Haneda airport, helping it cement its growing domestic dominance over Japan Airlines. REUTERS/Yuya Shino
SKYMARK AIRLINES-PROPOSAL/
RTX1N3XM
August 05, 2015
Nobuo Sayama (2nd L), representative director of Integral Corp., poses for pictures with Skymark Airlines'...
Tokyo, Japan
Sayama, representative director of Integral Corp., poses for pictures with Skymark Airlines' chairman...
Nobuo Sayama (2nd L), representative director of Integral Corp., poses for pictures with Skymark Airlines' chairman Takashi Ide (L), Corporate Executive Officer of ANA Holdings Inc Toyoyuki Nagamine (2nd R), and Development Bank of Japan Corporate Mezanin Partners director Masahiko Motono during a news conference at the Ministry of Land, Infrustrcuture, Transport and Tourism in Tokyo, Japan, August 5, 2015. ANA Holdings Inc won the backing of creditors to lead a turnaround of bankrupt Japanese discount carrier Skymark Airlines Inc, defeating a rival plan that proposed Delta Air Lines as its sponsor. The victory is set to give Japan's largest carrier access to Skymark's 36 landing and take-off slots at Tokyo's popular Haneda airport, helping it cement its growing domestic dominance over Japan Airlines. REUTERS/Yuya Shino
SKYMARK AIRLINES-PROPOSAL/
RTX1N3XL
August 05, 2015
Nobuo Sayama (R), representative director of Integral Corp., and Skymark Airlines' chairman Takashi Ide...
Tokyo, Japan
Sayama, representative director of Integral Corp., and Skymark Airlines' chairman Ide arrive at a news...
Nobuo Sayama (R), representative director of Integral Corp., and Skymark Airlines' chairman Takashi Ide (L) arrive at a news conference at the Ministry of Land, Infrustrcuture, Transport and Tourism in Tokyo, Japan, August 5, 2015. ANA Holdings Inc won the backing of creditors to lead a turnaround of bankrupt Japanese discount carrier Skymark Airlines Inc, defeating a rival plan that proposed Delta Air Lines as its sponsor. The victory is set to give Japan's largest carrier access to Skymark's 36 landing and take-off slots at Tokyo's popular Haneda airport, helping it cement its growing domestic dominance over Japan Airlines. REUTERS/Yuya Shino
SKYMARK AIRLINES-PROPOSAL/
RTX1N3WE
August 05, 2015
Corporate Executive Officer of ANA Holdings Inc Toyoyuki Nagamine (R), speaks next to Nobuo Sayama (C),...
Tokyo, Japan
Corporate Executive Officer of ANA Holdings Inc Nagamine, speaks next to Sayama, representative director...
Corporate Executive Officer of ANA Holdings Inc Toyoyuki Nagamine (R), speaks next to Nobuo Sayama (C), representative director of Integral Corp., and Skymark Airlines' chairman Takashi Ide, during a news conference at the Ministry of Land, Infrustrcuture, Transport and Tourism in Tokyo, Japan, August 5, 2015. ANA Holdings Inc won the backing of creditors to lead a turnaround of bankrupt Japanese discount carrier Skymark Airlines Inc, defeating a rival plan that proposed Delta Air Lines as its sponsor. The victory is set to give Japan's largest carrier access to Skymark's 36 landing and take-off slots at Tokyo's popular Haneda airport, helping it cement its growing domestic dominance over Japan Airlines. REUTERS/Yuya Shino
SKYMARK AIRLINES-PROPOSAL/
RTX1N3WD
August 05, 2015
Nobuo Sayama (L), representative director of Integral Corp., looks at Corporate Executive Officer of...
Tokyo, Japan
Sayama, representative director of Integral Corp., looks at Corporate Executive Officer of ANA Holdings...
Nobuo Sayama (L), representative director of Integral Corp., looks at Corporate Executive Officer of ANA Holdings Inc, Toyoyuki Nagamine, during a news conference at the Ministry of Land, Infrustrcuture, Transport and Tourism in Tokyo, Japan, August 5, 2015. ANA Holdings Inc won the backing of creditors to lead a turnaround of bankrupt Japanese discount carrier Skymark Airlines Inc, defeating a rival plan that proposed Delta Air Lines as its sponsor. The victory is set to give Japan's largest carrier access to Skymark's 36 landing and take-off slots at Tokyo's popular Haneda airport, helping it cement its growing domestic dominance over Japan Airlines. REUTERS/Yuya Shino TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
SKYMARK AIRLINES-PROPOSAL/
RTX1N3WC
August 05, 2015
Nobuo Sayama (C), representative director of Integral Corp., stands next to Skymark Airlines' chairman...
Tokyo, Japan
Sayama, representative director of Integral Corp., stands next to Skymark Airlines' chairman Ide, and...
Nobuo Sayama (C), representative director of Integral Corp., stands next to Skymark Airlines' chairman Takashi Ide (L), and Corporate Executive Officer of ANA Holdings Inc Toyoyuki Nagamine at the start of a news conference at the Ministry of Land, Infrustrcuture, Transport and Tourism in Tokyo, Japan, August 5, 2015. ANA Holdings Inc won the backing of creditors to lead a turnaround of bankrupt Japanese discount carrier Skymark Airlines Inc, defeating a rival plan that proposed Delta Air Lines as its sponsor. The victory is set to give Japan's largest carrier access to Skymark's 36 landing and take-off slots at Tokyo's popular Haneda airport, helping it cement its growing domestic dominance over Japan Airlines. REUTERS/Yuya Shino
SKYMARK AIRLINES-PROPOSAL/
RTX1N3WB
August 05, 2015
Nobuo Sayama (C), representative director of Integral Corp., attends a news conference with Skymark Airlines'...
Tokyo, Japan
Sayama, representative director of Integral Corp., attends a news conference with Skymark Airlines' chairman...
Nobuo Sayama (C), representative director of Integral Corp., attends a news conference with Skymark Airlines' chairman Takashi Ide (L), and Corporate Executive Officer of ANA Holdings Inc Toyoyuki Nagamine, at the Ministry of Land, Infrustrcuture, Transport and Tourism in Tokyo, Japan, August 5, 2015. ANA Holdings Inc won the backing of creditors to lead a turnaround of bankrupt Japanese discount carrier Skymark Airlines Inc, defeating a rival plan that proposed Delta Air Lines as its sponsor. The victory is set to give Japan's largest carrier access to Skymark's 36 landing and take-off slots at Tokyo's popular Haneda airport, helping it cement its growing domestic dominance over Japan Airlines. REUTERS/Yuya Shino
EUROZONE-GREECE/STOCKMARKET-HISTORY
RTX1MUQZ
August 03, 2015
A statue of former Greek Prime Minister Charilaos Trikoupis is seen in front of the old parliament building...
Athens, Greece
A statue of former Greek Premier Charilaos Trikoupis is seen in Athens
A statue of former Greek Prime Minister Charilaos Trikoupis is seen in front of the old parliament building in Athens, Greece August 3, 2015. Trikoupis in 1893 made his famous comment, "Unfortunately, we are bankrupt". REUTERS/Yiannis Kourtoglou
EUROZONE-GREECE/STOCKMARKET-HISTORY
RTX1MUQY
August 03, 2015
A pedestrian walks by the old parliament and a statue of former Greek Prime Minister Charilaos Trikoupis...
Athens, Greece
A pedestrian walks by the old parliament and a statue of former Greek Prime Minister Charilaos Trikoupis...
A pedestrian walks by the old parliament and a statue of former Greek Prime Minister Charilaos Trikoupis in Athens, Greece August 3, 2015. Trikoupis in 1893 made his famous comment, "Unfortunately, we are bankrupt". REUTERS/Yiannis Kourtoglou
EUROZONE-GREECE/STOCKMARKET-HISTORY
RTX1MUQX
August 03, 2015
A statue of former Greek Prime Minister Charilaos Trikoupis is seen in front of the old parliament building...
Athens, Greece
A statue of former Greek Premier Charilaos Trikoupis is seen in Athens
A statue of former Greek Prime Minister Charilaos Trikoupis is seen in front of the old parliament building in Athens, Greece August 3, 2015. Trikoupis in 1893 made his famous comment, "Unfortunately, we are bankrupt". REUTERS/Yiannis Kourtoglou
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RTX1M4N2
July 28, 2015
People make their way along a main commercial street in the early morning before the shops were open...
Athens, Greece
People make their way along a main commercial street in the early morning before the shops were open...
People make their way along a main commercial street in the early morning before the shops were open in central Athens, Greece July 28, 2015. International creditors want Greece to enact a third wave of politically sensitive reforms before they will release any money to keep the near bankrupt country afloat under a third bailout they began negotiating on Monday. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
EUROZONE-GREECE/
RTX1M4N0
July 28, 2015
A woman makes her way at a main commercial street in the early morning before the shops were open in...
Athens, Greece
A woman makes her way at a main commercial street in the early morning before the shops were open in...
A woman makes her way at a main commercial street in the early morning before the shops were open in central Athens, Greece July 28, 2015. International creditors want Greece to enact a third wave of politically sensitive reforms before they will release any money to keep the near bankrupt country afloat under a third bailout they began negotiating on Monday. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
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RTX1M4MY
July 28, 2015
Employees clean the sidewalk next to an entrance to a shop at a main commercial street in the early morning...
Athens, Greece
Employees clean the sidewalk next to an entrance to a shop at a main commercial street in the early morning...
Employees clean the sidewalk next to an entrance to a shop at a main commercial street in the early morning before the shops were open in central Athens, Greece July 28, 2015. International creditors want Greece to enact a third wave of politically sensitive reforms before they will release any money to keep the near bankrupt country afloat under a third bailout they began negotiating on Monday. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
EUROZONE-GREECE/
RTX1M4MX
July 28, 2015
An elderly couple makes their way along a main commercial street in the early morning before the shops...
Athens, Greece
An elderly couple makes their way along a main commercial street in the early morning before the shops...
An elderly couple makes their way along a main commercial street in the early morning before the shops were open in central Athens, Greece July 28, 2015. International creditors want Greece to enact a third wave of politically sensitive reforms before they will release any money to keep the near bankrupt country afloat under a third bailout they began negotiating on Monday.REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
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RTX1M4MQ
July 28, 2015
A man sits at the entrance to a shop at a main commercial street in the early morning before the shops...
Athens, Greece
A man sits at the entrance to a shop at a main commercial street in the early morning before the shops...
A man sits at the entrance to a shop at a main commercial street in the early morning before the shops were open in central Athens, Greece July 28, 2015. International creditors want Greece to enact a third wave of politically sensitive reforms before they will release any money to keep the near bankrupt country afloat under a third bailout they began negotiating on Monday. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
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RTX1M04H
July 27, 2015
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras arrives for a ruling Syriza party political committee meeting at...
Athens, Greece
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras arrives for a ruling Syriza party political committee meeting at...
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras arrives for a ruling Syriza party political committee meeting at the party's headquarters in Athens, Greece July 27, 2015. Talks between Greece and its international creditors on a third bailout began in Athens on Monday but the lenders want to see more reforms turned into law before they disburse the first loans to keep the near-bankrupt country afloat. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
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