Ajax loader
By using our website, you agree to our use of cookies as described in Cookie Policy.

Can't find what you're looking for?

 

Be sure to Sign in to see all available content.

 

If you don't have an account, Register here.

Search results for: Bond-broker

INDIA-BONDS/GAINS
RTX28O4W
February 26, 2016
A broker reacts while trading at his computer terminal at a stock brokerage firm in Mumbai, India, February...
Mumbai, India
A broker reacts while trading at his computer terminal at a stock brokerage firm in Mumbai
A broker reacts while trading at his computer terminal at a stock brokerage firm in Mumbai, India, February 26, 2016. Indian bonds, shares and the rupee gained on Friday after a key government report on the economy was seen as calling for fiscal prudence and stable inflation, while also acknowledging risks to the growth outlook. REUTERS/Shailesh Andrade
INDIA-BONDS/GAINS
RTX28O4V
February 26, 2016
A broker reacts while trading at his computer terminal at a stock brokerage firm in Mumbai, India, February...
Mumbai, India
A broker reacts while trading at his computer terminal at a stock brokerage firm in Mumbai
A broker reacts while trading at his computer terminal at a stock brokerage firm in Mumbai, India, February 26, 2016. Indian bonds, shares and the rupee gained on Friday after a key government report on the economy was seen as calling for fiscal prudence and stable inflation, while also acknowledging risks to the growth outlook. REUTERS/Shailesh Andrade
INDIA-BONDS/GAINS
RTX28O4U
February 26, 2016
A broker reacts while trading at his computer terminal at a stock brokerage firm in Mumbai, India, February...
Mumbai, India
A broker reacts while trading at his computer terminal at a stock brokerage firm in Mumbai
A broker reacts while trading at his computer terminal at a stock brokerage firm in Mumbai, India, February 26, 2016. Indian bonds, shares and the rupee gained on Friday after a key government report on the economy was seen as calling for fiscal prudence and stable inflation, while also acknowledging risks to the growth outlook. REUTERS/Shailesh Andrade
MARKETS-SRILANKA/
RTX118CK
July 01, 2013
A broker stands in front of the stock board at the Colombo Stock Market in Colombo July 1, 2013.The Sri...
Colombo, Sri Lanka
A broker stands in front of the stock board at the Colombo Stock Market in Colombo
A broker stands in front of the stock board at the Colombo Stock Market in Colombo July 1, 2013.The Sri Lankan rupee extended falls from last week to trade near eight-month lows on Monday, with banks buying dollars to meet demand from importers and foreign bond holders, currency dealers said. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte (SRI LANKA - Tags: BUSINESS)
MARKETS-SRILANKA/
RTX1108F
June 25, 2013
A broker's hand is seen as he sits in front of the stock board at the Colombo Stock Market in Colombo...
Colombo, Sri Lanka
Broker's hand is seen as he sits in front of the stock board at the Colombo Stock Market in Colombo
A broker's hand is seen as he sits in front of the stock board at the Colombo Stock Market in Colombo June 25, 2013. Sri Lanka's rupee recovered from a near seven-month low on Tuesday, after a state-controlled bank intervened to stabilise the currency, dealers said, but depreciation pressure remained due to dollar
demand from foreign investors who were selling long tenure bonds
before exiting. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte (SRI LANKA - Tags: BUSINESS)
SPAIN-BONDS/
RTR38S80
October 04, 2012
A broker checks his screens during a bond auction at a broker's office in Madrid October 4, 2012. Spanish...
Madrid, Spain
Broker checks his screens during a bond auction at a broker's office in Madrid
A broker checks his screens during a bond auction at a broker's office in Madrid October 4, 2012. Spanish two-and five-year bond yields fell sharply at an auction on Thursday on expectations the country will soon seek European aid to cut its debt costs. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
SPAIN-BONDS/
RTR38S7L
October 04, 2012
A broker checks his screens during a bond auction at a broker's office in Madrid October 4, 2012. Spanish...
Madrid, Spain
Broker checks his screens during a bond auction at a broker's office in Madrid
A broker checks his screens during a bond auction at a broker's office in Madrid October 4, 2012. Spanish borrowing costs mostly fell at a bond auction on Thursday but uncertainty over whether the government will ask for an international bailout means they could rise again soon. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
SPAIN-DEBT/
RTR38S71
October 04, 2012
A broker speaks on the phone during a bond auction at a broker's office in Madrid October 4, 2012. Spanish...
Madrid, Spain
Broker speaks on the phone during a bond auction at a broker's office in Madrid
A broker speaks on the phone during a bond auction at a broker's office in Madrid October 4, 2012. Spanish borrowing costs mostly fell at a bond auction on Thursday but uncertainty over whether the government will ask for an international bailout means they could rise again soon. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
SPAIN-BONDS/
RTR38S6Q
October 04, 2012
A broker reacts during a bond auction at a broker's office in Madrid October 4, 2012. Spanish borrowing...
Madrid, Spain
Broker reacts during a bond auction at a broker's office in Madrid
A broker reacts during a bond auction at a broker's office in Madrid October 4, 2012. Spanish borrowing costs mostly fell at a bond auction on Thursday but uncertainty over whether the government will ask for an international bailout means they could rise again soon. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
SPAIN-DEBT/
RTR38S63
October 04, 2012
A broker reacts during a bond auction at a brokerage office in Madrid October 4, 2012. Spanish two-and...
Madrid, Spain
Broker reacts during a bond auction at a brokerage office in Madrid
A broker reacts during a bond auction at a brokerage office in Madrid October 4, 2012. Spanish two-and five-year bond yields fell sharply at an auction on Thursday on expectations the country will soon seek European aid to cut its debt costs. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
SPAIN-ECONOMY/
RTR33YAQ
June 21, 2012
Traders talk in front of computer screens during Spain's bonds auction in a broker's office in Barcelona...
Barcelona, Spain
Traders talk in front of computer screens during Spain's bonds auction in a broker's office in Barcelona...
Traders talk in front of computer screens during Spain's bonds auction in a broker's office in Barcelona June 21, 2012. Spain's Treasury sold 2.2 billion euros ($2.8 billion) in medium-term bonds on Thursday with yields on the 5-year paper rising to 15-year highs, hours before the government is expected to finalise a multi-billion euro rescue package for its banks. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
SPAIN-ECONOMY/
RTR33YAK
June 21, 2012
A trader looks at computer screens during Spain's bonds auction in a broker's office in Barcelona June...
Barcelona, Spain
A trader looks at computer screens during Spain's bonds auction in a broker's office in Barcelona
A trader looks at computer screens during Spain's bonds auction in a broker's office in Barcelona June 21, 2012. Spain's Treasury sold 2.2 billion euros ($2.8 billion) in medium-term bonds on Thursday with yields on the 5-year paper rising to 15-year highs, hours before the government is expected to finalise a multi-billion euro rescue package for its banks. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
SPAIN-ECONOMY/
RTR33YAJ
June 21, 2012
A trader looks at computer screens during Spain's bonds auction in a broker's office in Barcelona June...
Barcelona, Spain
A trader looks at computer screens during Spain's bonds auction in a broker's office in Barcelona
A trader looks at computer screens during Spain's bonds auction in a broker's office in Barcelona June 21, 2012. Spain's Treasury sold 2.2 billion euros ($2.8 billion) in medium-term bonds on Thursday with yields on the 5-year paper rising to 15-year highs, hours before the government is expected to finalise a multi-billion euro rescue package for its banks. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
SPAIN-ECONOMY/
RTR33YAH
June 21, 2012
Traders point at computer screens during Spain's bonds auction in a broker's office in Barcelona June...
Barcelona, Spain
Traders point at computer screens during Spain's bonds auction in a broker's office in Barcelona
Traders point at computer screens during Spain's bonds auction in a broker's office in Barcelona June 21, 2012. Spain's Treasury sold 2.2 billion euros ($2.8 billion) in medium-term bonds on Thursday with yields on the 5-year paper rising to 15-year highs, hours before the government is expected to finalise a multi-billion euro rescue package for its banks. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
SPAIN-ECONOMY/
RTR33Y9U
June 21, 2012
Traders look at computer screens during Spain's bonds auction in a broker's office in Barcelona June...
Barcelona, Spain
Traders look at computer screens during Spain's bonds auction in a broker's office in Barcelona
Traders look at computer screens during Spain's bonds auction in a broker's office in Barcelona June 21, 2012. Spain's Treasury sold 2.2 billion euros ($2.8 billion) in medium-term bonds on Thursday with yields on the 5-year paper rising to 15-year highs, hours before the government is expected to finalise a multi-billion euro rescue package for its banks. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS)
SPAIN-ECONOMY/
RTR33Y7T
June 21, 2012
A trader points out a screen showing the results of Spain's bonds auction in a broker's office in Madrid...
Madrid, Spain
A trader points out a screen showing the results of Spain's bonds auction in a broker's office in Madrid...
A trader points out a screen showing the results of Spain's bonds auction in a broker's office in Madrid June 21, 2012. Spain's Treasury sold 2.2 billion euros ($2.8 billion) in medium-term bonds on Thursday with yields on the 5-year paper rising to 15-year highs, hours before the government is expected to finalise a multi-billion euro rescue package for its banks. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS)
SPAIN-ECONOMY/
RTR33Y7S
June 21, 2012
A trader points out a screen showing the results of Spain's bonds auction in a broker's office in Madrid...
Madrid, Spain
A trader points out a screen showing the results of Spain's bonds auction in a broker's office in Madrid...
A trader points out a screen showing the results of Spain's bonds auction in a broker's office in Madrid June 21, 2012. Spain's Treasury sold 2.2 billion euros ($2.8 billion) in medium-term bonds on Thursday with yields on the 5-year paper rising to 15-year highs, hours before the government is expected to finalise a multi-billion euro rescue package for its banks. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS)
SPAIN-ECONOMY/
RTR33Y7O
June 21, 2012
A trader points out a screen showing the results of Spain's bonds auction in a broker's office in Madrid...
Madrid, Spain
A trader points out a screen showing the results of Spain's bonds auction in a broker's office in Madrid...
A trader points out a screen showing the results of Spain's bonds auction in a broker's office in Madrid June 21, 2012. Spain's Treasury sold 2.2 billion euros ($2.8 billion) in medium-term bonds on Thursday with yields on the 5-year paper rising to 15-year highs, hours before the government is expected to finalise a multi-billion euro rescue package for its banks. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS)
SPAIN-BONDS/
RTR2UP6L
December 01, 2011
A broker talks on the phone at a broker's office in Madrid December 1, 2011. Spain sold the maximum amount...
Madrid, Spain
A broker talks on the phone at a broker's office in Madrid
A broker talks on the phone at a broker's office in Madrid December 1, 2011. Spain sold the maximum amount targeted at a sale of bonds on Thursday, and its cost of borrowing held well below highs reached on bond markets last week, helping ease immediate nerves over its ability to fund public finances. The yields - ranging from around 5.19 to 5.54 percent on the 4--, 5- and 6-year paper - were the highest paid at a government sale since before the launch of the euro, but remained far below yields around 7 percent widely held as unaffordable. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS)
SPAIN-BONDS/
RTR2UP42
December 01, 2011
A broker reacts at a brokers' office in Madrid December 1, 2011. Spain sold the maximum amount targeted...
Madrid, Spain
A broker reacts at a brokers' office in Madrid
A broker reacts at a brokers' office in Madrid December 1, 2011. Spain sold the maximum amount targeted at a sale of bonds on Thursday, and its cost of borrowing held well below highs reached on bond markets last week, helping ease immediate nerves over its ability to fund public finances. The yields - ranging from around 5.19 to 5.54 percent on the 4--, 5- and 6-year paper - were the highest paid at a government sale since before the launch of the euro, but remained far below yields around 7 percent widely held as unaffordable. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS)
SPAIN-BONDS/
RTR2UP2A
December 01, 2011
A broker looks at trading screens at a brokers' office in Madrid December 1, 2011. Spain sold the maximum...
Madrid, Spain
A broker looks at trading screens at a brokers' office in Madrid
A broker looks at trading screens at a brokers' office in Madrid December 1, 2011. Spain sold the maximum amount targeted at a sale of bonds on Thursday, and its cost of borrowing held well below highs reached on bond markets last week, helping ease immediate nerves over its ability to fund public finances. The yields - ranging from around 5.19 to 5.54 percent on the 4--, 5- and 6-year paper - were the highest paid at a government sale since before the launch of the euro, but remained far below yields around 7 percent widely held as unaffordable. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS)
SPAIN-BONDS/
RTR2UP0B
December 01, 2011
Brokers look at trading screens at a brokers' office in Madrid December 1, 2011. Spain sold the maximum...
Madrid, Spain
Brokers look at trading screens at a brokers' office in Madrid
Brokers look at trading screens at a brokers' office in Madrid December 1, 2011. Spain sold the maximum amount targeted at a sale of bonds on Thursday, and its cost of borrowing held well below highs reached on bond markets last week, helping ease immediate nerves over its ability to fund public finances. The yields - ranging from around 5.19 to 5.54 percent on the 4--, 5- and 6-year paper - were the highest paid at a government sale since before the launch of the euro, but remained far below yields around 7 percent widely held as unaffordable. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS)
SPAIN-BONDS/
RTR2UOZS
December 01, 2011
A broker talks on phones at a brokers' office in Madrid December 1, 2011. Spain sold the maximum amount...
Madrid, Spain
A broker talks on phones at a brokers' office in Madrid
A broker talks on phones at a brokers' office in Madrid December 1, 2011. Spain sold the maximum amount targeted at a sale of bonds on Thursday, and its cost of borrowing held well below highs reached on bond markets last week, helping ease immediate nerves over its ability to fund public finances. The yields - ranging from around 5.19 to 5.54 percent on the 4--, 5- and 6-year paper - were the highest paid at a government sale since before the launch of the euro, but remained far below yields around 7 percent widely held as unaffordable. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS)
SPAIN-BONDS/
RTR2UOZN
December 01, 2011
Brokers talk on the phone at a brokers' office in Madrid December 1, 2011. Spain sold the maximum amount...
Madrid, Spain
Brokers talk on the phone at a brokers' office in Madrid
Brokers talk on the phone at a brokers' office in Madrid December 1, 2011. Spain sold the maximum amount targeted at a sale of bonds on Thursday, and its cost of borrowing held well below highs reached on bond markets last week, helping ease immediate nerves over its ability to fund public finances. The yields - ranging from around 5.19 to 5.54 percent on the 4--, 5- and 6-year paper - were the highest paid at a government sale since before the launch of the euro, but remained far below yields around 7 percent widely held as unaffordable. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS)
MARKETS/HAIRCUT
RTR2S51X
October 02, 2011
Tad Rivelle, chief investment officer for Fixed Income at TCW group, speaks at the Reuters Investment...
New York, UNITED STATES
To match Special Report MARKETS/HAIRCUT
Tad Rivelle, chief investment officer for Fixed Income at TCW group, speaks at the Reuters Investment Outlook Summit in New York in this December 8, 2010 file photo. More than three years after the financial crisis struck, the U.S. economy remains stuck in a consumer debt trap. It's a situation that could take years to correct itself. That's why some economists are calling for a radical step: massive debt relief. Federal policy makers, they suggest, should broker what amounts to an out-of-court settlement between institutional bond investors, banks and consumer advocates - essentially, a "great haircut" to jumpstart the economy. What some are envisioning is a negotiated process in which cash-strapped homeowners get real mortgage relief, even if it means forcing banks to incur severe write-downs and bond investors to absorb haircuts, or losses, in some of the securities sold by those institutions. Picture taken December 8, 2010. To match Special Report MARKETS/HAIRCUT REUTERS/Brendan McDermid/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS REAL ESTATE)
MARKETS/HAIRCUT
RTR2S51V
October 02, 2011
Donald Bonner, 61, who has been delinquent on his mortgage payments for three to four months, speaks...
New York, UNITED STATES
To match Special Report MARKETS/HAIRCUT
Donald Bonner, 61, who has been delinquent on his mortgage payments for three to four months, speaks with a mortgage specialist at a JPMorgan Chase foreclosure consultation event in New York, in this March 31, 2011 file photo. More than three years after the financial crisis struck, the U.S. economy remains stuck in a consumer debt trap. It's a situation that could take years to correct itself. That's why some economists are calling for a radical step: massive debt relief. Federal policy makers, they suggest, should broker what amounts to an out-of-court settlement between institutional bond investors, banks and consumer advocates - essentially, a "great haircut" to jumpstart the economy. What some are envisioning is a negotiated process in which cash-strapped homeowners get real mortgage relief, even if it means forcing banks to incur severe write-downs and bond investors to absorb haircuts, or losses, in some of the securities sold by those institutions. Picture taken March 31, 2011. To match Special Report MARKETS/HAIRCUT REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS REAL ESTATE)
MARKETS/HAIRCUT
RTR2S51U
October 02, 2011
A mortgage specialist speaks with a client at a JPMorgan Chase foreclosure consultation event in New...
New York, UNITED STATES
To match Special Report MARKETS/HAIRCUT
A mortgage specialist speaks with a client at a JPMorgan Chase foreclosure consultation event in New York, in this March 31, 2011 file photo. More than three years after the financial crisis struck, the U.S. economy remains stuck in a consumer debt trap. It's a situation that could take years to correct itself. That's why some economists are calling for a radical step: massive debt relief. Federal policy makers, they suggest, should broker what amounts to an out-of-court settlement between institutional bond investors, banks and consumer advocates - essentially, a "great haircut" to jumpstart the economy. What some are envisioning is a negotiated process in which cash-strapped homeowners get real mortgage relief, even if it means forcing banks to incur severe write-downs and bond investors to absorb haircuts, or losses, in some of the securities sold by those institutions. Picture taken March 31, 2011. To match Special Report MARKETS/HAIRCUT REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS REAL ESTATE)
MARKETS/HAIRCUT
RTR2S51T
October 02, 2011
A mortgage specialist speaks with a client at a JPMorgan Chase foreclosure consultation event in New...
New York, UNITED STATES
To match Special Report MARKETS/HAIRCUT
A mortgage specialist speaks with a client at a JPMorgan Chase foreclosure consultation event in New York, in this March 31, 2011 file photo. More than three years after the financial crisis struck, the U.S. economy remains stuck in a consumer debt trap. It's a situation that could take years to correct itself. That's why some economists are calling for a radical step: massive debt relief. Federal policy makers, they suggest, should broker what amounts to an out-of-court settlement between institutional bond investors, banks and consumer advocates - essentially, a "great haircut" to jumpstart the economy. What some are envisioning is a negotiated process in which cash-strapped homeowners get real mortgage relief, even if it means forcing banks to incur severe write-downs and bond investors to absorb haircuts, or losses, in some of the securities sold by those institutions. Picture taken March 31, 2011. To match Special Report MARKETS/HAIRCUT REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS REAL ESTATE)
MARKETS/HAIRCUT
RTR2S51S
October 02, 2011
A mortgage specialist speaks with clients at a JPMorgan Chase foreclosure consultation event in New York,...
New York, UNITED STATES
To match Special Report MARKETS/HAIRCUT
A mortgage specialist speaks with clients at a JPMorgan Chase foreclosure consultation event in New York, in this March 31, 2011 file photo. More than three years after the financial crisis struck, the U.S. economy remains stuck in a consumer debt trap. It's a situation that could take years to correct itself. That's why some economists are calling for a radical step: massive debt relief. Federal policy makers, they suggest, should broker what amounts to an out-of-court settlement between institutional bond investors, banks and consumer advocates - essentially, a "great haircut" to jumpstart the economy. What some are envisioning is a negotiated process in which cash-strapped homeowners get real mortgage relief, even if it means forcing banks to incur severe write-downs and bond investors to absorb haircuts, or losses, in some of the securities sold by those institutions. Picture taken March 31, 2011. To match Special Report MARKETS/HAIRCUT REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS REAL ESTATE)
MARKETS-BRITAIN-STOCKS
RTR2PN6A
August 05, 2011
A broker reacts at BGC Partners at Canary Wharf financial district in London August 5, 2011. Banks and...
London, United Kingdom
A broker reacts at BGC Partners at Canary Wharf financial district in London
A broker reacts at BGC Partners at Canary Wharf financial district in London August 5, 2011. Banks and commodity stocks fell sharply on Friday as Britain's top share index extended losses into a sixth straight trading day, roiled by a global debt crisis and unmoved by U.S. jobs data easing fears of another economic recession. London's blue chip index closed down 146.15 points, or 2.7 percent at 5,246.99, as investors continued to pile funds into safer havens such as bonds, gold and the Swiss franc. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
ASIA-BONDS/
RTXT538
October 07, 2010
A broker speaks on the phone during trading hours in Mandiri Sekuritas, a brokerage firm in the Bank...
Jakarta, Indonesia
A broker speaks on the phone during trading hours in Mandiri Sekuritas, a brokerage firm in the Bank...
A broker speaks on the phone during trading hours in Mandiri Sekuritas, a brokerage firm in the Bank Mandiri building in Jakarta October 7, 2010. Indonesian and Philippine sovereign bonds hit record highs on Thursday, fuelled by expectations that rates in major economies will stay low for a longer period and the Fed will buy more of U.S. debt. REUTERS/Supri (INDONESIA - Tags: BUSINESS)
FINANCIAL-PAKISTAN/
RTR2GLMX
July 21, 2010
A broker monitors the market while sitting inside his booth at the Karachi Stock Exchange July 21, 2010....
Karachi, Pakistan
A broker monitors the market while sitting inside his booth at Karachi Stock Exchange
A broker monitors the market while sitting inside his booth at the Karachi Stock Exchange July 21, 2010. Pakistani stocks ended lower on Wednesday as investors booked profits on higher levels on expectations of a rise in the cut-off yields of Pakistan Investment Bonds (PIBs), dealers said. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro (PAKISTAN - Tags: BUSINESS)
MARKETS-INDIA
RTR25D4B
July 06, 2009
A broker looks at a computer screen at a stock brokerage firm in Mumbai July 6, 2009. Indian shares fell...
Mumbai, India
A broker looks at a computer screen at a stock brokerage firm in Mumbai
A broker looks at a computer screen at a stock brokerage firm in Mumbai July 6, 2009. Indian shares fell more than 5 percent on Monday and the rupee dropped to its lowest in a week as new growth spending announced by the government fueled investor fears about the growing fiscal deficit, sending bond yields sharply higher. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA BUSINESS)
MARKETS-INDIA
RTR25D48
July 06, 2009
A broker reacts at a stock brokerage firm in Mumbai July 6, 2009. Indian shares fell more than 5 percent...
Mumbai, India
A broker reacts at a stock brokerage firm in Mumbai
A broker reacts at a stock brokerage firm in Mumbai July 6, 2009. Indian shares fell more than 5 percent on Monday and the rupee dropped to its lowest in a week as new growth spending announced by the government fueled investor fears about the growing fiscal deficit, sending bond yields sharply higher. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA BUSINESS)
MARKETS-INDIA
RTR25D47
July 05, 2009
A broker reacts at a stock brokerage firm in Mumbai July 6, 2009. Indian shares fell more than 5 percent...
Mumbai, India
A broker reacts at a stock brokerage firm in Mumbai
A broker reacts at a stock brokerage firm in Mumbai July 6, 2009. Indian shares fell more than 5 percent on Monday and the rupee dropped to its lowest in a week as new growth spending announced by the government fueled investor fears about the growing fiscal deficit, sending bond yields sharply higher. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA BUSINESS)
MARKETS-INDIA
RTR25D40
July 05, 2009
A broker reacts at a stock brokerage firm in Mumbai July 6, 2009. Indian shares fell more than 5 percent...
Mumbai, India
A broker reacts at a stock brokerage firm in Mumbai
A broker reacts at a stock brokerage firm in Mumbai July 6, 2009. Indian shares fell more than 5 percent on Monday and the rupee dropped to its lowest in a week as new growth spending announced by the government fueled investor fears about the growing fiscal deficit, sending bond yields sharply higher. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA BUSINESS)
TAIWAN-OTC/
RTXAJGB
November 13, 2008
GreTai Securities Market President Wu Yui-chun gestures during a speech at the Reuters Summit in Taipei...
Taipei, Taiwan
GreTai Securities Market President Wu Yui-chun gestures during a speech at the Reuters Summit in Taipei...
GreTai Securities Market President Wu Yui-chun gestures during a speech at the Reuters Summit in Taipei November 13, 2008. Taiwan's over-the-counter stock exchange is in talks with global bond broker ICAP to set up a U.S. bond trading platform, seeking to expand its scope by helping local traders cut costs, an executive said on Thursday. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN)
BRITAIN/
RTR21WU4
September 15, 2008
A broker trades bonds at BGC Partners in London September 15, 2008. Global markets plummeted on Monday...
London, United Kingdom
A broker trades bonds at BGC Partners in London
A broker trades bonds at BGC Partners in London September 15, 2008. Global markets plummeted on Monday after investment bank Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy protection, rival Merrill Lynch agreed to be taken over and the Federal Reserve threw a life line to the battered financial industry. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN)
GUATEMALA-REFCO
RTR1IJFE
October 20, 2006
Willy Zapata (C), Guatemala's banking superintendent, Bank officials Jose Asencio (R) and Rolando Castaneda...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Willy Zapata, Jose Asencio and Rolando Castaneda prepare for a press conference in Guatemala City
Willy Zapata (C), Guatemala's banking superintendent, Bank officials Jose Asencio (R) and Rolando Castaneda attend a news conference in Guatemala City October 20, 2006. Guatemala's Monetary Board has suspended operations in Bancafe, the country's fourth largest bank and owner of $204 million of U.S. Treasury bonds held by bankrupt commodities broker Refco Inc. REUTERS/Carlos Duarte (GUATEMALA)
GUATEMALA-REFCO
RTR1IJFC
October 20, 2006
Bank official Jose Asencio attends a news conference in Guatemala City October 20, 2006. Guatemala's...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Bank official Jose Asencio attends a news conference in Guatemala City
Bank official Jose Asencio attends a news conference in Guatemala City October 20, 2006. Guatemala's Monetary Board has suspended operations in Bancafe, the country's fourth largest bank and owner of $204 million of U.S. Treasury bonds held by bankrupt commodities broker Refco Inc. REUTERS/Carlos Duarte (GUATEMALA)
GUATEMALA-REFCO
RTR1IJF5
October 20, 2006
Willy Zapata (L), Guatemala's banking superintendent, speaks at a news conference in Guatemala City October...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Willy Zapata, Guatemala's banking superintendent, prepares for a press conference in Guatemala City
Willy Zapata (L), Guatemala's banking superintendent, speaks at a news conference in Guatemala City October 20, 2006. Guatemala's Monetary Board has suspended operations in Bancafe, the country's fourth largest bank and owner of $204 million of U.S. Treasury bonds held by bankrupt commodities broker Refco Inc. REUTERS/Carlos Duarte (GUATEMALA)
TOKYO
RTXNXYC
November 01, 2005
Tokyo Stock Exchange brokers stand around helplessly at Asia's biggest bourse where stock trading was...
Tokyo, Japan
Tokyo Stock Exchange brokers stand around helplessly at Asia's biggest bourse where stock trading wa.....
Tokyo Stock Exchange brokers stand around helplessly at Asia's biggest bourse where stock trading was halted following system trouble November 1, 2005. A TSE official told reporters it was unclear what had caused the system glitch, in the biggest system problem at the nation's top exchange in over eight years, where trading in all cash stocks and convertible bonds was suspended from the start of the day, affecting more than 2,300 stocks.
MARKETS JAPAN STOCKS
RTR19QYR
November 01, 2005
Tokyo Stock Exchange brokers stand around helplessly at Asia's biggest bourse where stock trading was...
Tokyo, Japan
Tokyo Stock Exchange brokers stand around helplessly as stock trading was halted in system glitch in...
Tokyo Stock Exchange brokers stand around helplessly at Asia's biggest bourse where stock trading was halted following system trouble November 1, 2005. A TSE official told reporters it was unclear what had caused the system glitch, in the biggest system problem at the nation's top exchange in over eight years, where trading in all cash stocks and convertible bonds was suspended from the start of the day, affecting more than 2,300 stocks. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita
MARKETS JAPAN STOCKS
RTRPE4R
September 26, 2005
Japanese businessmen look closely at stock prices flashing outside a brokerage in Tokyo September 26,...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese businessmen look closely at stock prices in Tokyo
Japanese businessmen look closely at stock prices flashing outside a brokerage in Tokyo September 26, 2005. The Nikkei average rose 1.77 percent or 233.27 points to 13,392.63, its highest close since June 2001 after investors were encouraged by a survey showing growing confidence among big manufacturers and damage from Hurricane Rita in the United States was less-than-expected. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao PP05090317
MARKETS CHINA STOCKS
RTR6QD6
November 12, 2003
A Chinese investor monitors share prices at a securities company in Shanghai November 12, 2003. China's...
Shanghai, China
INVESTOR MONITORS SHARE PRICES AT SECURITIES COMPANY IN SHANGHAI.
A Chinese investor monitors share prices at a securities company in Shanghai November 12, 2003. China's shares closed at a year low on Wednesday, battered by weak sentiment exacerbated by fresh selling in bank stocks on the back of a huge planned bond issue by Shanghai Pudong Development Bank, brokers said. The benchmark Shanghai composite index, grouping hard-currency B shares for foreigners and yuan-denominated A shares, dropped 1.92 percent to 1,317.792 points, the lowest close this year since the 1,319.868 level set on January 3.NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE MRKET REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV CC/DL
MARKETS CHINA STOCKS
RTR6QCZ
November 12, 2003
An elderly Chinese man takes note while monitoring share prices at a
securities company in Shanghai...
Shanghai, China - Peoples Republic of
CHINESE TAKES NOTE WHILE MONITORING SHARE PRICES IN SHANGHAI.
An elderly Chinese man takes note while monitoring share prices at a
securities company in Shanghai November 12, 2003. China's shares closed
at a year low on Wednesday, battered by weak sentiment exacerbated by
fresh selling in bank stocks on the back of a huge planned bond issue
by Shanghai Pudong Development Bank, brokers said. The benchmark
Shanghai composite index, grouping hard-currency B shares for
foreigners and yuan-denominated A shares, dropped 1.92 percent to
1,317.792 points, the lowest close this year since the 1,319.868 level
set on January 3. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

CC
INDIA
RTRRIC
July 21, 2003
An Indian pedestrian covers himself with a plastic sheet during a
monsoon rain in New Delhi July 21,...
New Delhi, Republic of India
A PEDESTRIAN COVERS HIMSELF WITH A PLASTIC SHEET DURING HEAVY MONSOON
RAIN IN NEW DELHI.
An Indian pedestrian covers himself with a plastic sheet during a
monsoon rain in New Delhi July 21, 2003. The progress of the monsoon in
India, where more than two-thirds of the billion strong population
lives off agriculture, is keenly watched by farmers, economists, bond
traders and stock brokers. REUTERS/Kamal Kishore

KK/DL
INDIA
RTREYK
July 11, 2003
An Indian pedestrian uses a piece of plastic to avoid getting wet
during heavy monsoon rain in New Delhi...
New Delhi, Republic of India
PEDESTRIAN USES A PIECE OF PLASTIC TO AVOID GETTING WET DURING HEAVY
MONSOON RAIN IN NEW DELHI.
An Indian pedestrian uses a piece of plastic to avoid getting wet
during heavy monsoon rain in New Delhi July 11, 2003. The progress of
the monsoon in India, where more than two-thirds of the billion strong
population live off agriculture, is keenly watched by farmers,
economists, bond traders and stock brokers. REUTERS/B. Mathur

JSG/CP
INDIA
RTREYE
July 11, 2003
Early morning Indian commuters travel through a flooded street after a
night of heavy monsoon rains...
New Delhi, Republic of India
COMMUTERS TRAVEL THROUGH A FLOODED STREET AFTER A NIGHT OF HEAVY
MONSOON RAINS IN NEW DELHI.
Early morning Indian commuters travel through a flooded street after a
night of heavy monsoon rains in New Delhi July 11, 2003. The progress
of the monsoon in India, where more than two-thirds of the billion
strong population lives off agriculture, is keenly watched by farmers,
economists, bond traders and stock brokers. REUTERS/B. Mathur

JSG/TW
INDIA
RTRC12
July 09, 2003
Indian kids hold the bumper of a jeep to get a ride through a flooded
street after a heavy rain in New...
New Delhi, Republic of India
KIDS HITCH RIDE THROUGH A FLOODED STREET IN NEW DELHI.
Indian kids hold the bumper of a jeep to get a ride through a flooded
street after a heavy rain in New Delhi July 9, 2003. The progress of
the monsoon in India, where more than two-thirds of the billion strong
population lives off agriculture, is keenly watched by farmers,
economists, bond traders and stock brokers. REUTERS/Kamal Kishore

JSG/
INDIA
RTRC0W
July 09, 2003
An Indian man holding his brief case and shoes walks through rain waters in
a flooded street after a...
New Delhi, Republic of India
MAN WALKS THROUGH RAIN WATERS IN NEW DELHI.
An Indian man holding his brief case and shoes walks through rain waters in
a flooded street after a heavy downpour in New Delhi July 9, 2003. The
progress of the monsoon in India, where more than two-thirds of the billion
strong population lives off agriculture, is keenly watched by farmers,
economists, bond traders and stock brokers. REUTERS/Kamal Kishore
PP03070102

JSG/RCS
RTRAX0
July 09, 2003
Indian commuters travel on a motorbike through a flooded street
following monsoon rains in New Delhi...
India
COMMUTERS TRAVEL ON A MOTORBIKE THROUGH A FLOODED STREET IN NEW DELHI.
Indian commuters travel on a motorbike through a flooded street
following monsoon rains in New Delhi July 9, 2003. The progress of the
monsoon in India, where more than two-thirds of the billion strong
population lives off agriculture, is keenly watched by farmers,
economists, bond traders and stock brokers.REUTERS/Kamal Kishore

JSG/RCS
INDIA
RTRAWU
July 09, 2003
Indian traffic grinds to a halt due to heavy floodwaters in New Delhi
July 9, 2003. The progress of...
New Delhi, Republic of India
INDIAN COMMUTERS AT A STANDSTILL DUE TO FLOODING IN NEW DELHI.
Indian traffic grinds to a halt due to heavy floodwaters in New Delhi
July 9, 2003. The progress of the monsoon in India, where more than
two-thirds of the billion strong population lives off agriculture, is
keenly watched by farmers, economists, bond traders and stock brokers.
REUTERS/Kamal Kishore

JSG
RTRAWP
July 09, 2003
Flooding halts traffic on a New Delhi street July 9, 2003. The progress
of the monsoon in India, where...
India
FLOODING STOPS TRAFFIC IN NEW DELHI.
Flooding halts traffic on a New Delhi street July 9, 2003. The progress
of the monsoon in India, where more than two-thirds of the billion
strong population lives off agriculture, is keenly watched by farmers,
economists, bond traders and stock brokers. REUTERS/Kamal Kishore

JSG/RCS
ARGENTINA ECONOMY
RTRG22D
March 23, 2001
An Argentine stock broker gives a thumbs-up gesture during trading on the floor of the Buenos Aires stock...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
ARGENTINE STOCK TRADER GIVES THUMB UP AS MARKET RISES.
An Argentine stock broker gives a thumbs-up gesture during trading on the floor of the Buenos Aires stock exchange, as the Merval index rose nearly 3.5 percent March 23, 2001. The Argentine government fended off rumors of peso devaluation and default that kept battering stocks and bonds, undemining attempts to launch an economic rescue plan.

EM/HB
VIETNAM
RTR5RV3
June 29, 2000
Securities brokers test equipment on Vietnam's first Securities Trading Centre in Ho Chi Minh City during...
Ho Chi Minh, Viet Nam - Socialist Republic of
TEST-RUN AT VIETNAM'S FIRST STOCK TRADING CENTRE IN HANOI.
Securities brokers test equipment on Vietnam's first Securities Trading Centre in Ho Chi Minh City during a four-day test which officials say was completed successfully. The State Securities Commission on June 29 licensed the communist-ruled country's sixth securities company. Only two firms have so far listed on the exchange, which the SSC says will open sometime next month. Most initial trading is expected to be in government bonds and a full-fledged bourse is not expected to be in place for several years. Picture take on June 21.

hbm/db
INDIA MARKETS
RTRQDEO
July 05, 1999
Stock brokers trade in Bombay as the Indian money markets advanced cautiously, July 5 following news...
Bombay, India
STOCK BROKERS TRADE IN BOMBAY.
Stock brokers trade in Bombay as the Indian money markets advanced cautiously, July 5 following news Pakistan had agreed with the United States that guerrilla forces fighting the Indian army in Kashmir will be withdrawn. Share prices, bonds and the rupee all made ground, but there was no runaway bull surge. Traders wanted to be sure Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif could fulfill a commitment made to U.S President Bill Clinton during talks in Washington.

SK/CC
RTRI56X
October 08, 1998
Jim Keating, a clerk in at the Chicago Board of Trade, juggles phones as he watches frenetic trading...
multiple countries
CLERK AT CBOT JUGGLES PHONE ORDERS IN BOND FUTURES PIT.
Jim Keating, a clerk in at the Chicago Board of Trade, juggles phones as he watches frenetic trading in Treasury bond futures. Treasury bond futures came within one tick of falling below the 3-00 point limit in activity that traders described as near panic selling.

SJO/ELD/CLH/
RTRHCSO
September 17, 1998
Brokers at the Tokyo Stock Exchange study prices from their trading booth September 17. Tokyo stocks...
Japan
BROKERS GAZE OUT FROM TRAIDING BOOTH AT TOKYO STOCK EXCHANGE.
Brokers at the Tokyo Stock Exchange study prices from their trading booth September 17. Tokyo stocks closed at their lowest level in more than 12 years on Thursday as concern over the banking system and a surge in government bonds sucked money out of the market, traders said.

HY/TAN/KM
RTR9P86
December 17, 1997
An investor watches as the Korean stock market rises in early-morning trading in Seoul December 17. The...
AN ELDERLY INVESTOR WATCHES STOCK MARKET RISE IN SEOUL
An investor watches as the Korean stock market rises in early-morning trading in Seoul December 17. The stocks rose by midday as news reports on issues of bearer bonds helped lift fears about financial instability, brokers said. The composite index closed this morning up 2.15 percent, or 8.69 points, at 412.95.

KOREA MARKETS
Sort by
Display
Items per page
Page
of 2