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RUSSIA-EXCHANGE/PLANS
RTX6DFM2
July 31, 2018
Igor Marich, managing director of the money and derivatives market at the Moscow Exchange (MOEX), poses...
Moscow, Russia
Managing director of the money and derivatives market at MOEX, Marich poses during an interview with...
Igor Marich, managing director of the money and derivatives market at the Moscow Exchange (MOEX), poses during an interview with Reuters in Moscow, Russia July 11, 2018. Picture taken July 11, 2018. REUTERS/Elena Fabrichnaya
RUSSIA-EXCHANGE/PLANS
RTX6DFM0
July 31, 2018
Igor Marich, managing director of the money and derivatives market at the Moscow Exchange (MOEX), poses...
Moscow, Russia
Managing director of the money and derivatives market at MOEX, Marich poses during an interview with...
Igor Marich, managing director of the money and derivatives market at the Moscow Exchange (MOEX), poses during an interview with Reuters in Moscow, Russia July 11, 2018. Picture taken July 11, 2018. REUTERS/Elena Fabrichnaya
CHINA-RUSSIA/BRI
RTS1K1C9
November 15, 2017
Igor Marich, Moscow Exchange's managing director of money and derivates market poses for a photo in Beijing,...
Beijing, China
Igor Marich, Moscow Exchange's managing director of money and derivates market poses for a photo in Beijing...
Igor Marich, Moscow Exchange's managing director of money and derivates market poses for a photo in Beijing, China November 15, 2017. REUTERS/Matthew Miller
CHINA-RUSSIA/BRI
RTS1K1C8
November 15, 2017
Igor Marich, Moscow Exchange's managing director of money and derivates market poses for a photo in Beijing,...
Beijing, China
Igor Marich, Moscow Exchange's managing director of money and derivates market poses for a photo in Beijing...
Igor Marich, Moscow Exchange's managing director of money and derivates market poses for a photo in Beijing, China November 15, 2017. REUTERS/Matthew Miller
CHINA-RUSSIA/BRI
RTS1K1C7
November 15, 2017
Igor Marich, Moscow Exchange's managing director of money and derivates market poses for a photo in Beijing,...
Beijing, China
Igor Marich, Moscow Exchange's managing director of money and derivates market poses for a photo in Beijing...
Igor Marich, Moscow Exchange's managing director of money and derivates market poses for a photo in Beijing, China November 15, 2017. REUTERS/Matthew Miller
RABOBANK-LIBOR/
RTX2SWI6
November 09, 2016
Australian Paul Thompson, former head of money market and derivatives trading in Northeast Asia for Rabobank,...
New York, UNITED STATES
Australian Paul Thompson, former head of money market and derivatives trading in Northeast Asia for Rabobank,...
Australian Paul Thompson, former head of money market and derivatives trading in Northeast Asia for Rabobank, exits the U.S Federal Courthouse in Manhattan, New York, U.S., July 6, 2016. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid/File Photo
RABOBANK-LIBOR/
RTX2K0OE
July 06, 2016
Australian Paul Thompson, former head of money market and derivatives trading in Northeast Asia for Rabobank,...
New York, UNITED STATES
Australian Paul Thompson, former head of money market and derivatives trading in Northeast Asia for Rabobank,...
Australian Paul Thompson, former head of money market and derivatives trading in Northeast Asia for Rabobank, with his attorney, Harry Sandick (R), exits the U.S Federal Courthouse in Manhattan, New York, U.S., July 6, 2016. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
RABOBANK-LIBOR/
RTX2K0OD
July 06, 2016
Australian Paul Thompson, former head of money market and derivatives trading in Northeast Asia for Rabobank,...
New York, UNITED STATES
Australian Paul Thompson, former head of money market and derivatives trading in Northeast Asia for Rabobank,...
Australian Paul Thompson, former head of money market and derivatives trading in Northeast Asia for Rabobank, with his attorney, Harry Sandick (R), exits the U.S Federal Courthouse in Manhattan, New York, U.S., July 6, 2016. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
RABOBANK-LIBOR/
RTX2K0O9
July 06, 2016
Australian Paul Thompson, former head of money market and derivatives trading in Northeast Asia for Rabobank,...
New York, UNITED STATES
Australian Paul Thompson, former head of money market and derivatives trading in Northeast Asia for Rabobank,...
Australian Paul Thompson, former head of money market and derivatives trading in Northeast Asia for Rabobank, exits the U.S Federal Courthouse in Manhattan, New York, U.S., July 6, 2016. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
RABOBANK-LIBOR/
RTX2K0NP
July 06, 2016
Australian Paul Thompson, former head of money market and derivatives trading in Northeast Asia for Rabobank,...
New York, UNITED STATES
Australian Paul Thompson, former head of money market and derivatives trading in Northeast Asia for Rabobank,...
Australian Paul Thompson, former head of money market and derivatives trading in Northeast Asia for Rabobank, exits the U.S Federal Courthouse in Manhattan, New York, U.S., July 6, 2016. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
SGX-RESULTS/
RTX19SUK
April 22, 2015
Singapore Exchange Chief Executive Officer Magnus Bocker speaks during their results announcement at...
Singapore, Singapore
Singapore Exchange Chief Executive Officer Magnus Bocker speaks during results announcement at their...
Singapore Exchange Chief Executive Officer Magnus Bocker speaks during their results announcement at their head office in Singapore April 22, 2015. Singapore Exchange Ltd met market estimates with a 16.4 percent increase in quarterly net profit as a 52 percent surge in derivatives revenues pushed the bourse operator'a profit to the highest in six quarters. REUTERS/Edgar Su
SGX-RESULTS/
RTX19SR8
April 22, 2015
A Singapore Exchange logo sits outside their head office in Singapore April 22, 2015. Singapore Exchange...
Singapore, Singapore
A Singapore Exchange logo sits outside their head office in Singapore
A Singapore Exchange logo sits outside their head office in Singapore April 22, 2015. Singapore Exchange Ltd met market estimates with a 16.4 percent increase in quarterly net profit as a 52 percent surge in derivatives revenues pushed the bourse operator'a profit to the highest in six quarters. REUTERS/Edgar Su
SGX-RESULTS/
RTX19SR7
April 22, 2015
Singapore Exchange Chief Executive Officer Magnus Bocker speaks during their earnings announcement at...
Singapore, Singapore
Singapore Exchange Chief Executive Officer Magnus Bocker speaks during their earnings announcement at...
Singapore Exchange Chief Executive Officer Magnus Bocker speaks during their earnings announcement at their office in Singapore April 22, 2015. Singapore Exchange Ltd met market estimates with a 16.4 percent increase in quarterly net profit as a 52 percent surge in derivatives revenues pushed the bourse operator'a profit to the highest in six quarters. REUTERS/Edgar Su
SGX-RESULTS/
RTX19SPA
April 22, 2015
An employee works at a front desk of the Singapore Exchange head office in Singapore April 22, 2015....
Singapore, Singapore
An employee works at a front desk of the Singapore Exchange head office in Singapore
An employee works at a front desk of the Singapore Exchange head office in Singapore April 22, 2015. Singapore Exchange Ltd met market estimates with a 16.4 percent increase in quarterly net profit as a 52 percent surge in derivatives revenues pushed the bourse operator'a profit to the highest in six quarters. REUTERS/Edgar Su
SGX-RESULTS/
RTX19SJ5
April 22, 2015
People pass a Singapore Exchange logo at their head office in Singapore April 22, 2015. Singapore Exchange...
Singapore, Singapore
People pass Singapore Exchange logo at head office in Singapore
People pass a Singapore Exchange logo at their head office in Singapore April 22, 2015. Singapore Exchange Ltd met market estimates with a 16.4 percent increase in quarterly net profit as a 52 percent surge in derivatives revenues pushed the bourse operator'a profit to the highest in six quarters. REUTERS/Edgar Su
SINGAPORE EXCHANGE-RESULTS/
RTR3MABF
April 23, 2014
A logo of the Singapore Exchange (SGX) is pictured outside its premises in the financial district of...
Singapore, Singapore
A logo of the Singapore Exchange is pictured outside its premises in financial district of Singapore
A logo of the Singapore Exchange (SGX) is pictured outside its premises in the financial district of Singapore April 23, 2014. Singapore Exchange Ltd reported a 22 percent fall in net profit on Wednesday, hit by a continued slide in share trading volumes, though a steady performance by its derivatives, listings and market data businesses meant it fared better than analysts expected. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE - Tags: BUSINESS LOGO)
SINGAPORE EXCHANGE-RESULTS/
RTR3MABE
April 23, 2014
People walk past a logo of the Singapore Exchange (SGX) outside its premises in the financial district...
Singapore, Singapore
People pass a logo of the SGX in financial district of Singapore
People walk past a logo of the Singapore Exchange (SGX) outside its premises in the financial district of Singapore April 23, 2014. Singapore Exchange Ltd reported a 22 percent fall in net profit on Wednesday, hit by a continued slide in share trading volumes, though a steady performance by its derivatives, listings and market data businesses meant it fared better than analysts expected. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE - Tags: BUSINESS LOGO)
SINGAPORE EXCHANGE-RESULTS/
RTR3MABB
April 23, 2014
An office worker walks past a logo of the Singapore Exchange (SGX) outside its premises in the financial...
Singapore, Singapore
Office worker passes a logo of the SGX in financial district of Singapore
An office worker walks past a logo of the Singapore Exchange (SGX) outside its premises in the financial district of Singapore April 23, 2014. Singapore Exchange Ltd reported a 22 percent fall in net profit on Wednesday, hit by a continued slide in share trading volumes, though a steady performance by its derivatives, listings and market data businesses meant it fared better than analysts expected. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE - Tags: BUSINESS LOGO)
SINGAPORE EXCHANGE-RESULTS/
RTR3MAB9
April 23, 2014
An office worker walks past a logo of the Singapore Exchange (SGX) outside its premises in the financial...
Singapore, Singapore
Office worker passes a logo of SGX in the financial district of Singapore
An office worker walks past a logo of the Singapore Exchange (SGX) outside its premises in the financial district of Singapore April 23, 2014. Singapore Exchange Ltd reported a 22 percent fall in net profit on Wednesday, hit by a continued slide in share trading volumes, though a steady performance by its derivatives, listings and market data businesses meant it fared better than analysts expected. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE - Tags: BUSINESS LOGO)
SINGAPORE EXCHANGE-RESULTS/
RTR3MAB5
April 23, 2014
An office worker walks past a logo of the Singapore Exchange (SGX) outside its premises in the financial...
Singapore, Singapore
An office worker walks past logo of SGX outside premises in financial district of Singapore
An office worker walks past a logo of the Singapore Exchange (SGX) outside its premises in the financial district of Singapore April 23, 2014. Singapore Exchange Ltd reported a 22 percent fall in net profit on Wednesday, hit by a continued slide in share trading volumes, though a steady performance by its derivatives, listings and market data businesses meant it fared better than analysts expected. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE - Tags: BUSINESS LOGO)
NASDAQ-NLX/
RTR3I30H
March 21, 2014
CEO Charlotte Crosswell of NASDAQ OMX NLX poses after an interview with Reuters in London March 20, 2014....
London, United Kingdom
CEO Charlotte Crosswell of NASDAQ OMX NLX poses after an interview with Reuters in London
CEO Charlotte Crosswell of NASDAQ OMX NLX poses after an interview with Reuters in London March 20, 2014. Nasdaq OMX's new London-based derivatives exchange has achieved 10 percent market share in one of its contracts, a level of liquidity that will draw more market participants to connect, its chief executive said. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH)
NASDAQ-NLX/
RTR3I30D
March 21, 2014
CEO Charlotte Crosswell of NASDAQ OMX NLX poses after an interview with Reuters in London March 20, 2014....
London, United Kingdom
CEO Charlotte Crosswell of NASDAQ OMX NLX poses after an interview with Reuters in London
CEO Charlotte Crosswell of NASDAQ OMX NLX poses after an interview with Reuters in London March 20, 2014. Nasdaq OMX's new London-based derivatives exchange has achieved 10 percent market share in one of its contracts, a level of liquidity that will draw more market participants to connect, its chief executive said. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH HEADSHOT)
NASDAQ-NLX/
RTR3I305
March 21, 2014
CEO Charlotte Crosswell of NASDAQ OMX NLX poses after an interview with Reuters in London March 20, 2014....
London, United Kingdom
CEO Charlotte Crosswell of NASDAQ OMX NLX poses after an interview with Reuters in London
CEO Charlotte Crosswell of NASDAQ OMX NLX poses after an interview with Reuters in London March 20, 2014. Nasdaq OMX's new London-based derivatives exchange has achieved 10 percent market share in one of its contracts, a level of liquidity that will draw more market participants to connect, its chief executive said. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH)
NASDAQ-NLX/
RTR3I301
March 21, 2014
CEO Charlotte Crosswell of NASDAQ OMX NLX poses after an interview with Reuters in London March 20, 2014....
London, United Kingdom
CEO Charlotte Crosswell of NASDAQ OMX NLX poses after an interview with Reuters in London
CEO Charlotte Crosswell of NASDAQ OMX NLX poses after an interview with Reuters in London March 20, 2014. Nasdaq OMX's new London-based derivatives exchange has achieved 10 percent market share in one of its contracts, a level of liquidity that will draw more market participants to connect, its chief executive said. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH)
NASDAQ-NLX/
RTR3I2ZZ
March 21, 2014
CEO Charlotte Crosswell of NASDAQ OMX NLX poses after an interview with Reuters in London March 20, 2014....
London, United Kingdom
CEO Charlotte Crosswell of NASDAQ OMX NLX poses after an interview with Reuters in London
CEO Charlotte Crosswell of NASDAQ OMX NLX poses after an interview with Reuters in London March 20, 2014. Nasdaq OMX's new London-based derivatives exchange has achieved 10 percent market share in one of its contracts, a level of liquidity that will draw more market participants to connect, its chief executive said. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH)
NASDAQ-NLX/
RTR3I2YV
March 21, 2014
CEO Charlotte Crosswell of NASDAQ OMX NLX poses after an interview with Reuters in London March 20, 2014....
London, United Kingdom
CEO Charlotte Crosswell of NASDAQ OMX NLX poses after an interview with Reuters in London
CEO Charlotte Crosswell of NASDAQ OMX NLX poses after an interview with Reuters in London March 20, 2014. Nasdaq OMX's new London-based derivatives exchange has achieved 10 percent market share in one of its contracts, a level of liquidity that will draw more market participants to connect, its chief executive said. Picture taken March 20, 2014. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH)
NASDAQ-NLX/
RTR3I2YD
March 21, 2014

CEO Charlotte Crosswell of NASDAQ OMX NLX poses after an interview with Reuters in London March 20,...
London, United Kingdom
CEO Charlotte Crosswell of NASDAQ OMX NLX poses after an interview with Reuters in London

CEO Charlotte Crosswell of NASDAQ OMX NLX poses after an interview with Reuters in London March 20, 2014. Nasdaq OMX's new London-based derivatives exchange has achieved 10 percent market share in one of its contracts, a level of liquidity that will draw more market participants to connect, its chief executive said. Picture taken March 20, 2014. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH)
NASDAQ-NLX/
RTR3I2Y1
March 21, 2014
CEO Charlotte Crosswell of NASDAQ OMX NLX poses after an interview with Reuters in London March 20, 2014....
London, United Kingdom
CEO Charlotte Crosswell of NASDAQ OMX NLX poses after an interview with Reuters in London
CEO Charlotte Crosswell of NASDAQ OMX NLX poses after an interview with Reuters in London March 20, 2014. Nasdaq OMX's new London-based derivatives exchange has achieved 10 percent market share in one of its contracts, a level of liquidity that will draw more market participants to connect, its chief executive said. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH)
WESTPORTS-IPO/SHIPPING
RTX14F8M
October 17, 2013
Westports headquarter building is seen their container facility in Pulau Indah outside Kuala Lumpur October...
Klang, Malaysia
Westports headquarter building is seen their container facility in Pulau Indah outside Kuala Lumpur
Westports headquarter building is seen their container facility in Pulau Indah outside Kuala Lumpur October 17, 2013. Malaysia's Westports Holdings says it treats container ships like Formula One race cars as they ply their way through the 900-km long Malacca Straits that link Europe and the Middle East to Asia. Calling itself a pit stop, the port operator derives 70 percent of its revenues from transhipments where super-sized ships move containers carrying finished goods to smaller vessels for transport to nearby markets. Its aim is to shift 35 containers an hour instead of the industry-standard 25, a feat it compares to F1 pit crews turning around a race car in seconds. When Westports debuts on the Kuala Lumpur stock exchange, it is expected to boast a market value of $2.7 billion to become the largest listed port operator along the Malacca Straits, which carries 40 percent of global shipping trade. REUTERS/Samsul Said (MALAYSIA - Tags: BUSINESS)
WESTPORTS-IPO/SHIPPING
RTX14F8K
October 17, 2013
A trailer is seen near containers at a Westports container facility in Pulau Indah outside Kuala Lumpur...
Klang, Malaysia
A trailer is seen near containers at a Westports container facility in Pulau Indah outside Kuala Lumpur...
A trailer is seen near containers at a Westports container facility in Pulau Indah outside Kuala Lumpur October 17, 2013. Malaysia's Westports Holdings says it treats container ships like Formula One race cars as they ply their way through the 900-km long Malacca Straits that link Europe and the Middle East to Asia. Calling itself a pit stop, the port operator derives 70 percent of its revenues from transhipments where super-sized ships move containers carrying finished goods to smaller vessels for transport to nearby markets. Its aim is to shift 35 containers an hour instead of the industry-standard 25, a feat it compares to F1 pit crews turning around a race car in seconds. When Westports debuts on the Kuala Lumpur stock exchange, it is expected to boast a market value of $2.7 billion to become the largest listed port operator along the Malacca Straits, which carries 40 percent of global shipping trade. REUTERS/Samsul Said (MALAYSIA - Tags: BUSINESS)
TURKEY/
RTXY9DO
April 05, 2013
Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan (C) speaks before ringing the opening bell with Deputy Prime Minister...
Istanbul, Turkey
Turkey's PM Erdogan speaks before ringing the opening bell with other officials during the opening ceremony...
Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan (C) speaks before ringing the opening bell with Deputy Prime Minister Ali Babacan (2nd L), Chairman of Bourse Istanbul Ibrahim Turhan (2nd R), Turkey's European Union Minister Egemen Bagis (R) and Chairman of Capital Markets Board (SPK) Vahdettin Ertas (L) during the opening
ceremony of Bourse Istanbul in Istanbul April 5, 2013. The newly-founded Bourse Istanbul combines the Istanbul Stock Exchange with the local gold and derivatives exchanges as part of plans to make Turkey's largest city a regional financial centre. REUTERS/Murad Sezer (TURKEY - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
TURKEY/
RTXY9DL
April 05, 2013
Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan (3rd L) rings the opening bell with Deputy Prime Minister Ali...
Istanbul, Turkey
Turkey's PM Erdogan rings the opening bell with other officials during the opening ceremony of Bourse...
Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan (3rd L) rings the opening bell with Deputy Prime Minister Ali Babacan (2nd L), Chairman of Bourse Istanbul Ibrahim Turhan (2nd R), Turkey's European Union Minister Egemen Bagis (R) and Chairman of Capital Markets Board (SPK) Vahdettin Ertas (L) during the opening ceremony of Bourse Istanbul in Istanbul April 5, 2013. The newly-founded Bourse Istanbul combines the Istanbul Stock Exchange with the local gold and derivatives exchanges as part of plans to make Turkey's largest city a regional financial centre. REUTERS/Murad Sezer (TURKEY - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
KAZAKHSTAN/
RTR2RH6D
September 18, 2011
A security guard stands next to an artwork made with apples outside a market during the Apple Festival...
Almaty, Kazakhstan
Security guard stands next to an artwork made with apples outside a market during the Apple Festival...
A security guard stands next to an artwork made with apples outside a market during the Apple Festival in Almaty September 18, 2011. The name Almaty derives from the Kazakh word "alma", which means "apple", and the city's name is often translated as "full of apples". REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN - Tags: ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
MEXICO-DERIVATIVES/
RTR2QB0B
August 25, 2011
A person reaches out as bags of coffee and glasses of honey are displayed in Cuetzalan August 17, 2011....
Cuetzalan, Mexico
To match MEXICO-DERIVATES/
A person reaches out as bags of coffee and glasses of honey are displayed in Cuetzalan August 17, 2011. For generations, indigenous coffee farmers in the lush mountains east of Mexico's capital sold their beans to middlemen without understanding the workings of the international coffee market. But now some of those same farmers, tired of falling victim to wild price swings for the commodities they produce, have educated themselves about the complexities of derivatives trading to hedge their risk in New York. Picture taken August 17, 2011. To match feature MEXICO-DERIVATIVES/ REUTERS/Imelda Medina (MEXICO - Tags: BUSINESS AGRICULTURE)
MEXICO-DERIVATIVES/
RTR2QAZU
August 25, 2011
A worker checks on coffee plants at a farm in Cuetzalan August 17, 2011. For generations, indigenous...
Cuetzalan, Mexico
To match feature MEXICO-DERIVATIVES/
A worker checks on coffee plants at a farm in Cuetzalan August 17, 2011. For generations, indigenous coffee farmers in the lush mountains east of Mexico's capital sold their beans to middlemen without understanding the workings of the international coffee market. But now some of those same farmers, tired of falling victim to wild price swings for the commodities they produce, have educated themselves about the complexities of derivatives trading to hedge their risk in New York. Picture taken August 17, 2011. To match feature MEXICO-DERIVATIVES/ REUTERS/Imelda Medina (MEXICO - Tags: BUSINESS AGRICULTURE)
PALM-CONFERENCE/
RTR2JLCN
March 08, 2011
Panellists Thomson Reuters market analyst for commodities Wang Tao, CIMB Futures' Loh Kin Kien, Dow Jones...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Panellists speak during plenary session of Bursa Malaysia's annual Palm and Lauric Oils Conference &...
Panellists Thomson Reuters market analyst for commodities Wang Tao, CIMB Futures' Loh Kin Kien, Dow Jones Newswires' Managing Director for Commodities Denny Kurien, CME Group's Managing Director for Commodities Timothy Andriesen and dialogue session chair Bursa Malaysia Derivatives' CEO K.S. Chong (L-R) sit at a plenary session entitled "Financial Focus, Pricing of the Edible Oils Markets (From Financial Users Perspective)" during Bursa Malaysia's annual Palm and Lauric Oils Conference & Exhibition Price Outlook in Kuala Lumpur March 8, 2011. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA - Tags: BUSINESS MEDIA)
FINANCIAL-REGULATION/DERIVATIVES
RTR2IMW8
February 15, 2011
Daniel Tarullo, member of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors, testifies in a hearing before the House...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Daniel Tarullo, member of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors testifies before the House Financial...
Daniel Tarullo, member of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors, testifies in a hearing before the House Financial Services Committee on "Assessing the Regulatory, Economic and Market Implication of the Dodd-Frank Derivatives Title," on Capitol Hill in Washington February 15, 2011. REUTERS/Molly Riley (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
FINANCIAL-REGULATION/DERIVATIVES
RTR2IMW5
February 15, 2011
Daniel Tarullo, member of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors, testifies in a hearing before the House...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Daniel Tarullo, member of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors testifies before the House Financial...
Daniel Tarullo, member of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors, testifies in a hearing before the House Financial Services Committee on "Assessing the Regulatory, Economic and Market Implication of the Dodd-Frank Derivatives Title," on Capitol Hill in Washington February 15, 2011. REUTERS/Molly Riley (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
FINANCIAL-REGULATION/DERIVATIVES
RTR2IMVP
February 15, 2011
Daniel Tarullo, member of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors testifies next to Commodity Futures...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Shapiro, Gensler and Tarullo testify before the House Financial Services Committee hearing in Washington...
Daniel Tarullo, member of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors testifies next to Commodity Futures Trading Commission Chairman Gary Gensler (C) and Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Mary Schapiro (L) during a hearing before the House Financial Services Committee on "Assessing the Regulatory, Economic and Market Implication of the Dodd-Frank Derivatives Title," on Capitol Hill in Washington February 15, 2011. REUTERS/Molly Riley (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
FINANCIAL-REGULATION/DERIVATIVES
RTR2IMVM
February 15, 2011
Commodity Futures Trading Commission Chairman Gary Gensler (L) testifies as Daniel Tarullo, member of...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Gensler and Tarullo testify before the House Financial Services Committee hearing in Washington
Commodity Futures Trading Commission Chairman Gary Gensler (L) testifies as Daniel Tarullo, member of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors listens during a hearing before the House Financial Services Committee on "Assessing the Regulatory, Economic and Market Implication of the Dodd-Frank Derivatives Title," on Capitol Hill in Washington February 15, 2011. REUTERS/Molly Riley (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
FINANCIAL-REGULATION/DERIVATIVES
RTR2IMVK
February 15, 2011
Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Mary Schapiro testifies during a hearing before the House...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Schapiro testifies during a hearing before the House Financial...
Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Mary Schapiro testifies during a hearing before the House Financial Services Committee on "Assessing the Regulatory, Economic and Market Implication of the Dodd-Frank Derivatives Title," on Capitol Hill in Washington February 15, 2011. REUTERS/Molly Riley (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
FINANCIAL-REGULATION/DERIVATIVES
RTR2IMVB
February 15, 2011
Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Mary Schapiro testifies during a hearing before the House...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Schapiro testifies during a hearing before the House Financial...
Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Mary Schapiro testifies during a hearing before the House Financial Services Committee on "Assessing the Regulatory, Economic and Market Implication of the Dodd-Frank Derivatives Title," on Capitol Hill in Washington February 15, 2011. REUTERS/Molly Riley (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
FINANCIAL-REGULATION/DERIVATIVES
RTR2IMV6
February 15, 2011
Commodity Futures Trading Commission Chairman Gary Gensler (L) and Daniel Tarullo, member of the Federal...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Gensler and Tarullo chat prior to testifying before the House Financial Services Committee hearing in...
Commodity Futures Trading Commission Chairman Gary Gensler (L) and Daniel Tarullo, member of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors chat before testifying at a hearing before the House Financial Services Committee on "Assessing the Regulatory, Economic and Market Implication of the Dodd-Frank Derivatives Title," on Capitol Hill in Washington February 15, 2011. REUTERS/Molly Riley (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
FINANCIAL-REGULATION/DERIVATIVES
RTR2IMV2
February 15, 2011
Commodity Futures Trading Commission Chairman Gary Gensler (C) testifies next to Securities and Exchange...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Shapiro, Gensler and Tarullo testify before the House Financial Services Committee hearing in Washington...
Commodity Futures Trading Commission Chairman Gary Gensler (C) testifies next to Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Mary Schapiro (L) and Daniel Tarullo, member of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors during a hearing before the House Financial Services Committee on "Assessing the Regulatory, Economic and Market Implication of the Dodd-Frank Derivatives Title," on Capitol Hill in Washington February 15, 2011. REUTERS/Molly Riley (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
FINANCIAL-REGULATION/DERIVATIVES
RTR2IMUW
February 15, 2011
Commodity Futures Trading Commission Chairman Gary Gensler (L) testifies next to Daniel Tarullo, member...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Gensler and Tarullo testify before the House Financial Services Committee hearing in Washington
Commodity Futures Trading Commission Chairman Gary Gensler (L) testifies next to Daniel Tarullo, member of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors during a hearing before the House Financial Services Committee on "Assessing the Regulatory, Economic and Market Implication of the Dodd-Frank Derivatives Title," on Capitol Hill in Washington February 15, 2011. REUTERS/Molly Riley (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
FINANCIAL-REGULATION/DERIVATIVES
RTR2IMTK
February 15, 2011
Daniel Tarullo, member of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors, testifies in a hearing before the House...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Daniel Tarullo, member of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors testifies before the House Financial...
Daniel Tarullo, member of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors, testifies in a hearing before the House Financial Services Committee on "Assessing the Regulatory, Economic and Market Implication of the Dodd-Frank Derivatives Title," on Capitol Hill in Washington February 15, 2011. REUTERS/Molly Riley (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
FINANCIAL-REGULATION/DERIVATIVES
RTR2IMTH
February 15, 2011
Commodity Futures Trading Commission Chairman Gary Gensler testifies during a hearing before the House...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Commodity Futures Trading Commission Chairman Gary Gensler testifies before the House Financial Services...
Commodity Futures Trading Commission Chairman Gary Gensler testifies during a hearing before the House Financial Services Committee on "Assessing the Regulatory, Economic and Market Implication of the Dodd-Frank Derivatives Title," on Capitol Hill in Washington February 15, 2011. REUTERS/Molly Riley (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
FINANCIAL-REGULATION/DERIVATIVES
RTR2IMTC
February 15, 2011
Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Mary Schapiro (L), Commodity Futures Trading Commission...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Shapiro, Gensler and Tarullo testify before the House Financial Services Committee hearing in Washington...
Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Mary Schapiro (L), Commodity Futures Trading Commission Chairman Gary Gensler (C) and Daniel Tarullo, member of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors wait to testify in a hearing before the House Financial Services Committee on "Assessing the Regulatory, Economic and Market Implication of the Dodd-Frank Derivatives Title," on Capitol Hill in Washington February 15, 2011. REUTERS/Molly Riley (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
FINANCIAL-REGULATION/GENSLER
RTXTZSI
October 30, 2010
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) Chairman Gary Gensler speaks during an interview with...
None, UNITED STATES
To match Reuters Interview FINANCIAL-REGULATION/GENSLER
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) Chairman Gary Gensler speaks during an interview with Reuters in Washington October 29, 2010. The CFTC, charged with taking oversight of the $615 trillion over-the-counter derivatives market, needs to boost its ranks by 400 people to do its job efficiently, said Gensler on Friday. That would represent nearly a 60 percent increase. To match Reuters Interview FINANCIAL-REGULATION/GENSLER REUTERS/Molly Riley (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
FINANCIAL-REGULATION/GENSLER
RTXTZSB
October 30, 2010
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) Chairman Gary Gensler speaks during an interview with...
None, UNITED STATES
To match Reuters Interview FINANCIAL-REGULATION/GENSLER
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) Chairman Gary Gensler speaks during an interview with Reuters in Washington October 29, 2010. The CFTC, charged with taking oversight of the $615 trillion over-the-counter derivatives market, needs to boost its ranks by 400 people to do its job efficiently, said Gensler on Friday. That would represent nearly a 60 percent increase. To match Reuters Interview FINANCIAL-REGULATION/GENSLER REUTERS/Molly Riley (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
FINANCIAL-REGULATION/GENSLER
RTXTZS8
October 30, 2010
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) Chairman Gary Gensler speaks during an interview with...
None, UNITED STATES
To match Reuters Interview FINANCIAL-REGULATION/GENSLER
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) Chairman Gary Gensler speaks during an interview with Reuters in Washington October 29, 2010. The CFTC, charged with taking oversight of the $615 trillion over-the-counter derivatives market, needs to boost its ranks by 400 people to do its job efficiently, said Gensler on Friday. That would represent nearly a 60 percent increase. To match Reuters Interview FINANCIAL-REGULATION/GENSLER REUTERS/Molly Riley (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
FINANCIAL-REGULATION/GENSLER
RTXTZS5
October 30, 2010
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) Chairman Gary Gensler speaks during an interview with...
None, UNITED STATES
To match Reuters Interview FINANCIAL-REGULATION/GENSLER
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) Chairman Gary Gensler speaks during an interview with Reuters in Washington October 29, 2010. The CFTC, charged with taking oversight of the $615 trillion over-the-counter derivatives market, needs to boost its ranks by 400 people to do its job efficiently, said Gensler on Friday. That would represent nearly a 60 percent increase. To match Reuters Interview FINANCIAL-REGULATION/GENSLER REUTERS/Molly Riley (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
FINANCIAL-REGULATION/GENSLER
RTXTZS2
October 30, 2010
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) Chairman Gary Gensler speaks during an interview with...
None, UNITED STATES
To match Reuters Interview FINANCIAL-REGULATION/GENSLER
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) Chairman Gary Gensler speaks during an interview with Reuters in Washington October 29, 2010. The CFTC, charged with taking oversight of the $615 trillion over-the-counter derivatives market, needs to boost its ranks by 400 people to do its job efficiently, said Gensler on Friday. That would represent nearly a 60 percent increase. To match Reuters Interview FINANCIAL-REGULATION/GENSLER REUTERS/Molly Riley (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRAZIL-ECONOMY/CHINA
RTXSMH0
September 25, 2010
A worker places a new pair of shoes on the conveyor belt during a shoemaking process at a factory in...
NOVO HAMBURGO, Brazil
To match Special Report BRAZIL-ECONOMY/CHINA
A worker places a new pair of shoes on the conveyor belt during a shoemaking process at a factory in Novo Hamburgo, in the state of Rio Grande do Sul August 5, 2010. Even among emerging market powerhouses, Brazil and China stand out. And as they've grown, the two countries have become more intertwined than ever. Shoes are so basic to the city of Novo Hamburgo that even a waitress, on hearing mention of China, immediately brings up the footwear industry. About 70 percent of the city budget derives, directly or indirectly, from shoes, the mayor says. The town bled jobs in recent years, as Chinese companies lured away Brazilian workers to jump-start the sector abroad and Brazil's shoe exports fell almost in half by weight from 2004 to 2009, or 22 percent by dollar value. Picture taken August 5, 2010. To match Special Report BRAZIL-ECONOMY/CHINA REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRAZIL-ECONOMY/CHINA
RTXSMGZ
September 25, 2010
A worker puts glue on a shoe during a shoemaking process at a factory in Novo Hamburgo, in the state...
NOVO HAMBURGO, Brazil
To match Special Report BRAZIL-ECONOMY/CHINA
A worker puts glue on a shoe during a shoemaking process at a factory in Novo Hamburgo, in the state of Rio Grande do Sul August 5, 2010. Even among emerging market powerhouses, Brazil and China stand out. And as they've grown, the two countries have become more intertwined than ever. Shoes are so basic to the city of Novo Hamburgo that even a waitress, on hearing mention of China, immediately brings up the footwear industry. About 70 percent of the city budget derives, directly or indirectly, from shoes, the mayor says. The town bled jobs in recent years, as Chinese companies lured away Brazilian workers to jump-start the sector abroad and Brazil's shoe exports fell almost in half by weight from 2004 to 2009, or 22 percent by dollar value. Picture taken August 5, 2010. To match Special Report BRAZIL-ECONOMY/CHINA REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRAZIL-ECONOMY/CHINA
RTXSMGY
September 25, 2010
Workers make a shoe during a shoemaking process at a factory in Novo Hamburgo, in the state of Rio Grande...
NOVO HAMBURGO, Brazil
To match Special Report BRAZIL-ECONOMY/CHINA
Workers make a shoe during a shoemaking process at a factory in Novo Hamburgo, in the state of Rio Grande do Sul August 4, 2010. Even among emerging market powerhouses, Brazil and China stand out. And as they've grown, the two countries have become more intertwined than ever. Shoes are so basic to the city of Novo Hamburgo that even a waitress, on hearing mention of China, immediately brings up the footwear industry. About 70 percent of the city budget derives, directly or indirectly, from shoes, the mayor says. The town bled jobs in recent years, as Chinese companies lured away Brazilian workers to jump-start the sector abroad and Brazil's shoe exports fell almost in half by weight from 2004 to 2009, or 22 percent by dollar value. Picture taken August 5, 2010. To match Special Report BRAZIL-ECONOMY/CHINA REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRAZIL-ECONOMY/CHINA
RTXSMGX
September 25, 2010
A worker makes a shoe during a shoemaking process at a factory in Novo Hamburgo, in the state of Rio...
NOVO HAMBURGO, Brazil
To match Special Report BRAZIL-ECONOMY/CHINA
A worker makes a shoe during a shoemaking process at a factory in Novo Hamburgo, in the state of Rio Grande do Sul August 5, 2010. Even among emerging market powerhouses, Brazil and China stand out. And as they've grown, the two countries have become more intertwined than ever. Shoes are so basic to the city of Novo Hamburgo that even a waitress, on hearing mention of China, immediately brings up the footwear industry. About 70 percent of the city budget derives, directly or indirectly, from shoes, the mayor says. The town bled jobs in recent years, as Chinese companies lured away Brazilian workers to jump-start the sector abroad and Brazil's shoe exports fell almost in half by weight from 2004 to 2009, or 22 percent by dollar value. Picture taken August 5, 2010. To match Special Report BRAZIL-ECONOMY/CHINA REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRAZIL-ECONOMY/CHINA
RTXSMGW
September 25, 2010
A worker makes a pair of shoes during a shoemaking process at a factory in Novo Hamburgo, in the state...
NOVO HAMBURGO, Brazil
To match Special Report BRAZIL-ECONOMY/CHINA
A worker makes a pair of shoes during a shoemaking process at a factory in Novo Hamburgo, in the state of Rio Grande do Sul August 5, 2010. Even among emerging market powerhouses, Brazil and China stand out. And as they've grown, the two countries have become more intertwined than ever. Shoes are so basic to the city of Novo Hamburgo that even a waitress, on hearing mention of China, immediately brings up the footwear industry. About 70 percent of the city budget derives, directly or indirectly, from shoes, the mayor says. The town bled jobs in recent years, as Chinese companies lured away Brazilian workers to jump-start the sector abroad and Brazil's shoe exports fell almost in half by weight from 2004 to 2009, or 22 percent by dollar value. Picture taken August 5, 2010. To match Special Report BRAZIL-ECONOMY/CHINA REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRAZIL-ECONOMY/CHINA
RTXSMGV
September 25, 2010
A worker sews a shoe during a shoemaking process at a factory in Novo Hamburgo, in the state of Rio Grande...
NOVO HAMBURGO, Brazil
To match Special Report BRAZIL-ECONOMY/CHINA
A worker sews a shoe during a shoemaking process at a factory in Novo Hamburgo, in the state of Rio Grande do Sul August 5, 2010. Even among emerging market powerhouses, Brazil and China stand out. And as they've grown, the two countries have become more intertwined than ever. Shoes are so basic to the city of Novo Hamburgo that even a waitress, on hearing mention of China, immediately brings up the footwear industry. About 70 percent of the city budget derives, directly or indirectly, from shoes, the mayor says. The town bled jobs in recent years, as Chinese companies lured away Brazilian workers to jump-start the sector abroad and Brazil's shoe exports fell almost in half by weight from 2004 to 2009, or 22 percent by dollar value. Picture taken August 5, 2010. To match Special Report BRAZIL-ECONOMY/CHINA REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRAZIL-ECONOMY/CHINA
RTXSMGU
September 25, 2010
A worker places a sole on a shoe during a shoemaking process at a factory in Novo Hamburgo, in the state...
NOVO HAMBURGO, Brazil
To match Special Report BRAZIL-ECONOMY/CHINA
A worker places a sole on a shoe during a shoemaking process at a factory in Novo Hamburgo, in the state of Rio Grande do Sul August 5, 2010. Even among emerging market powerhouses, Brazil and China stand out. And as they've grown, the two countries have become more intertwined than ever. Shoes are so basic to the city of Novo Hamburgo that even a waitress, on hearing mention of China, immediately brings up the footwear industry. About 70 percent of the city budget derives, directly or indirectly, from shoes, the mayor says. The town bled jobs in recent years, as Chinese companies lured away Brazilian workers to jump-start the sector abroad and Brazil's shoe exports fell almost in half by weight from 2004 to 2009, or 22 percent by dollar value. Picture taken August 5, 2010. To match Special Report BRAZIL-ECONOMY/CHINA REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
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