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NORTH MACEDONIA-CANNABIS/
RTX73BUH
September 17, 2019
A cannabis plant is pictured at a medical cannabis farm near Kumanovo, North Macedonia September 13,...
Kumanovo, North Macedonia
A cannabis plant is pictured at a medical cannabis farm near Kumanovo
A cannabis plant is pictured at a medical cannabis farm near Kumanovo, North Macedonia September 13, 2019.Picture taken on September 13,2019.REUTERS/Ognen Teofilovski
NORTH MACEDONIA-CANNABIS/
RTX73BUE
September 17, 2019
Workers check cannabis plants at a medical cannabis farm near Kumanovo, North Macedonia September 13,...
Kumanovo, North Macedonia
Workers check cannabis plants at a medical cannabis farm near Kumanovo
Workers check cannabis plants at a medical cannabis farm near Kumanovo, North Macedonia September 13, 2019.Picture taken on September 13,2019.REUTERS/Ognen Teofilovski
NORTH MACEDONIA-CANNABIS/
RTX73BTR
September 17, 2019
A worker checks cannabis plants at a medical cannabis farm near Kumanovo, North Macedonia September 13,...
Kumanovo, North Macedonia
A worker checks cannabis plants at a medical cannabis farm near Kumanovo
A worker checks cannabis plants at a medical cannabis farm near Kumanovo, North Macedonia September 13, 2019.Picture taken on September 13,2019.REUTERS/Ognen Teofilovski
USA-STOCKS/
RTX6ZTLT
July 16, 2019
A screen displays a chart that tracks the Dow Jones Industrial Average on the floor at the New York Stock...
New York, UNITED STATES
A screen displays a chart that tracks the Dow Jones Industrial Average on the floor at the NYSE in New...
A screen displays a chart that tracks the Dow Jones Industrial Average on the floor at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York, U.S., July 16, 2019. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
USA-STOCKS/
RTS2GZ8T
April 09, 2019
A screen displays a chart of the Dow Jones Industrial Average during trading on the floor of the New...
New York, UNITED STATES
A screen displays a chart of the Dow Jones Industrial Average during trading on the floor of the NYSE...
A screen displays a chart of the Dow Jones Industrial Average during trading on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York, U.S., April 9, 2019. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
LYFT-IPO/FILING
RTS2DUJP
March 19, 2019
The side-by-side 2018 financials show that while Uber's massive size dwarfs its chief U.S. competitor,...
Interactive Content
Uber and Lyft, side-by-side media-interactive
The side-by-side 2018 financials show that while Uber's massive size dwarfs its chief U.S. competitor, Lyft enjoys faster growth. Both companies suffer big losses, although Uber has taken steps to slow its losses while Lyft's continue to widen. embed code and instructions: https://reut.rs/2UjUzwF
LYFT-IPO/FILING
RTX6PXCT
March 06, 2019
The side-by-side 2018 financials show that while Uber's massive size dwarfs its chief U.S. competitor,...
Interactive Content
Uber and Lyft, side-by-side media-interactive
The side-by-side 2018 financials show that while Uber's massive size dwarfs its chief U.S. competitor, Lyft enjoys faster growth. Both companies suffer big losses, although Uber has taken steps to slow its losses while Lyft's continue to widen. embed code and instructions: https://reut.rs/2UjUzwF
BRITAIN-ECONOMY/CRISIS-SCARS
RTS21MGJ
September 17, 2018
10 years after the financial crisis, many of the scars of Britain's economy have yet to heal despite...
Interactive Content
Britain financial crisis scars media-interactive
10 years after the financial crisis, many of the scars of Britain's economy have yet to heal despite five years of growth and record-high employment. embed code and instructions: https://reut.rs/2MFj9DB
BRITAIN-ECONOMY/CRISIS.FC
RTS21MAB
September 17, 2018
Ten years a er the financial crisis, many of the scars of Britain's economy have yet to heal despite...
United Kingdom
Britain's financial crisis scars EPS.FC
Ten years a er the financial crisis, many of the scars of Britain's economy have yet to heal despite five years of growth and record-high employment.
EGYPT-AGRICULTURE/
RTS1YZUJ
August 27, 2018
A farmer harvests mangoes at a field in Al-Giza, on the outskirts of Cairo, Egypt August 27, 2018. REUTERS/Mohamed...
Cairo, Egypt
A farmer harvests mangoes at a field in Al-Giza, on the outskirts of Cairo
A farmer harvests mangoes at a field in Al-Giza, on the outskirts of Cairo, Egypt August 27, 2018. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
EGYPT-AGRICULTURE/
RTS1YZTQ
August 27, 2018
A farmer walks at a mango field in Al-Giza, on the outskirts of Cairo, Egypt August 27, 2018. REUTERS/Mohamed...
Cairo, Egypt
A farmer walks at a mango field in Al-Giza, on the outskirts of Cairo
A farmer walks at a mango field in Al-Giza, on the outskirts of Cairo, Egypt August 27, 2018. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
EGYPT-AGRICULTURE/
RTS1YZRS
August 27, 2018
A farmer checks mangoes at a field in Al-Giza, on the outskirts of Cairo, Egypt August 27, 2018. REUTERS/Mohamed...
Cairo, Egypt
A farmer checks mangoes at a field in Al-Giza, on the outskirts of Cairo
A farmer checks mangoes at a field in Al-Giza, on the outskirts of Cairo, Egypt August 27, 2018. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
KENYA-COFFEE/NESTLE
RTS1OKNI
March 21, 2018
Coffee berries are seen in an plantation in Kirinyaga near Nyeri, Kenya, March 14, 2018. Picture taken...
KIRINYAGA, Kenya
Coffee berries are seen in an plantation in Kirinyaga near Nyeri
Coffee berries are seen in an plantation in Kirinyaga near Nyeri, Kenya, March 14, 2018. Picture taken March 14, 2018. REUTERS/Baz Ratner
KENYA-COFFEE/NESTLE
RTS1OKNF
March 21, 2018
Coffee berries are seen in an plantation in the town of Kirinyaga near Nyeri, Kenya, March 14, 2018....
KIRINYAGA, Kenya
Coffee berries are seen in an plantation in the town of Kirinyaga near Nyeri
Coffee berries are seen in an plantation in the town of Kirinyaga near Nyeri, Kenya, March 14, 2018. Picture taken March 14, 2018. REUTERS/Baz Ratner
ARGENTINA-GRAINS/DROUGHT
RTS1MA0Y
March 05, 2018
A corn field is seen in a drought-affected farm near Chivilcoy, Argentina February 28, 2018. Picture...
Chivilcoy, Argentina
A corn field is seen in a drought-affected farm near Chivilcoy
A corn field is seen in a drought-affected farm near Chivilcoy, Argentina February 28, 2018. Picture taken February 28, 2018. REUTERS/Martin Acosta
ARGENTINA-GRAINS/DROUGHT
RTS1M9ZD
March 05, 2018
Corn is seen in a drought-affected farm near Chivilcoy, Argentina February 28, 2018. Picture taken February...
Chivilcoy, Argentina
Corn is seen in a drought-affected farm near Chivilcoy
Corn is seen in a drought-affected farm near Chivilcoy, Argentina February 28, 2018. Picture taken February 28, 2018. REUTERS/Martin Acosta
ARGENTINA-GRAINS/DROUGHT
RTS1M9YK
March 05, 2018
A truck passes by a corn field in a drought-affected farm near Chivilcoy, Argentina February 28, 2018....
Chivilcoy, Argentina
A truck passes by a corn field in a drought-affected farm near Chivilcoy
A truck passes by a corn field in a drought-affected farm near Chivilcoy, Argentina February 28, 2018. Picture taken February 28, 2018. REUTERS/Martin Acosta
ARGENTINA-GRAINS/DROUGHT
RTS1M9XY
March 05, 2018
A corn field in a drought-affected farm is seen near Chivilcoy, Argentina, February 28, 2018. Picture...
Chivilcoy, Argentina
A corn field in a drought-affected farm is seen near Chivilcoy
A corn field in a drought-affected farm is seen near Chivilcoy, Argentina, February 28, 2018. Picture taken February 28, 2018. REUTERS/Martin Acosta
BRAZIL-ECONOMY/GDP
RTX50035
March 01, 2018
A man holds grains during the opening ceremony of the Grain Harvest in Caseara, Brazil February 15, 2018....
CASEARA, Brazil
A man holds grains during the opening ceremony of the Grain Harvest in Caseara
A man holds grains during the opening ceremony of the Grain Harvest in Caseara, Brazil February 15, 2018. Picture taken February 15, 2018. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
GLOBAL-CONSTRUCTION/
RTX37OBD
May 26, 2017
The shadow of a labourer working is seen at a construction site of a future urban project in Valparaiso,...
Valparaiso, Chile
The shadow of a labourer working is seen at a construction site of a future urban project in Valparaiso...
The shadow of a labourer working is seen at a construction site of a future urban project in Valparaiso, Chile May 25, 2017. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido
GLOBAL-CONSTRUCTION/
RTX37OAG
May 26, 2017
A labourer works at a construction site of a future urban project in Valparaiso, Chile May 25, 2017....
Valparaiso, Chile
A labourer works at a construction site of a future urban project in Valparaiso, Chile
A labourer works at a construction site of a future urban project in Valparaiso, Chile May 25, 2017. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido
GLOBAL-CONSTRUCTION/
RTX37OA1
May 26, 2017
A labourer works at a construction site of a future urban project in Valparaiso, Chile, May 25, 2017....
Valparaiso, Chile
A labourer works at a construction site of a future urban project in Valparaiso, Chile
A labourer works at a construction site of a future urban project in Valparaiso, Chile, May 25, 2017. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
GLOBAL-CONSTRUCTION/
RTX373DU
May 22, 2017
A general view of a bridge under construction in La Paz city, Bolivia, May 22, 2017. REUTERS/David Mercado...
La Paz, Bolivia
A general view of a bridge under construction in La Paz city
A general view of a bridge under construction in La Paz city, Bolivia, May 22, 2017. REUTERS/David Mercado
GLOBAL-CONSTRUCTION/
RTX373DK
May 22, 2017
A man works in a tower under construction in La Paz city, Bolivia, May 22, 2017. REUTERS/David Mercado...
La Paz, Bolivia
A man works in a tower under construction in La Paz city
A man works in a tower under construction in La Paz city, Bolivia, May 22, 2017. REUTERS/David Mercado
AUSTRALIA-ECONOMY/RBA
RTSBKIS
March 22, 2016
A job advert for a local fast food outlet hangs from a wall in a shopping center located in central Sydney,...
Sydney, Australia
A job advert for a local fast food outlet hangs from a wall in a shopping center located in central Sydney,...
A job advert for a local fast food outlet hangs from a wall in a shopping center located in central Sydney, Australia, in this picture taken on March 18, 2016. Australia's economy was improving and its financial system sound, a top central banker said on March 22, 2016, though he called recent evidence on jobs growth more "ambiguous." Picture taken March 18, 2016. REUTERS/David Gray
INDIA-BUDGET/RAILWAYS
RTX28HO2
February 25, 2016
People board a passenger train at a railway station in New Delhi, India, February 25, 2016. REUTERS/Anindito...
New Delhi, India
People board a passenger train at a railway station in New Delhi
People board a passenger train at a railway station in New Delhi, India, February 25, 2016. REUTERS/Anindito Mukherjee TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
AIA-GROUP-RESULTS/
RTX28GN1
February 25, 2016
A man stands on a footbridge in front of AIA Central at the financial Central district in Hong Kong,...
Hong Kong, China
A man stands on a footbridge in front of AIA Central at the financial Central district in Hong Kong,...
A man stands on a footbridge in front of AIA Central at the financial Central district in Hong Kong, China November 10, 2015. AIA Group Ltd reported a 26 percent rise in new business and offered a higher-than-expected annual dividend in a show of confidence in the growth prospects of its Asian base despite recent volatility that hit its bottom line. Picture taken November 10, 2015. REUTERS/Bobby Yip
AIA-GROUP-RESULTS/
RTX28GMY
February 25, 2016
The company name is seen displayed on top of AIA Central in the financial Central district in Hong Kong,...
Hong Kong, China
The company name is seen displayed on top of AIA Central in the financial Central district in Hong Kong,...
The company name is seen displayed on top of AIA Central in the financial Central district in Hong Kong, China November 10, 2015. AIA Group Ltd reported a 26 percent rise in new business and offered a higher-than-expected annual dividend in a show of confidence in the growth prospects of its Asian base despite recent volatility that hit its bottom line. Picture taken November 10, 2015. REUTERS/Bobby Yip
AIA-GROUP-RESULTS/
RTX28GMX
February 25, 2016
The company name is seen displayed on top of AIA Central at the financial Central district in Hong Kong,...
Hong Kong, China
The company name is seen displayed on top of AIA Central at the financial Central district in Hong Kong,...
The company name is seen displayed on top of AIA Central at the financial Central district in Hong Kong, China November 10, 2015. AIA Group Ltd reported a 26 percent rise in new business and offered a higher-than-expected annual dividend in a show of confidence in the growth prospects of its Asian base despite recent volatility that hit its bottom line. Picture taken November 10, 2015. REUTERS/Bobby Yip
INDIA-BUDGET/RAILWAYS
RTX28CV5
February 24, 2016
Passengers board an overcrowded train near a railway station at Loni town in the northern state of Uttar...
LONI, India
Passengers board an overcrowded train near a railway station at Loni town
Passengers board an overcrowded train near a railway station at Loni town in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh, India, February 24, 2016. India's federal-run railways will have to depend on more government support and borrowing to fix their finances in its budget on Thursday, with New Delhi reluctant to unveil steep fare hikes ahead of key state elections, officials said. REUTERS/Anindito Mukherjee
INDIA-BUDGET/RAILWAYS
RTX28CV1
February 24, 2016
Passengers travel in an overcrowded train near a railway station at Loni town in the northern state of...
LONI, India
Passengers travel in an overcrowded train near a railway station at Loni town
Passengers travel in an overcrowded train near a railway station at Loni town in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh, India, February 23, 2016. India's federal-run railways will have to depend on more government support and borrowing to fix their finances in its budget on Thursday, with New Delhi reluctant to unveil steep fare hikes ahead of key state elections, officials said. Picture taken February 23, 2016. REUTERS/Anindito Mukherjee
INDIA-BUDGET/RAILWAYS
RTX28CV0
February 24, 2016
Passengers board an overcrowded train near a railway station at Loni town in the northern state of Uttar...
LONI, India
Passengers board an overcrowded train near a railway station at Loni town
Passengers board an overcrowded train near a railway station at Loni town in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh, India, February 24, 2016. India's federal-run railways will have to depend on more government support and borrowing to fix their finances in its budget on Thursday, with New Delhi reluctant to unveil steep fare hikes ahead of key state elections, officials said. REUTERS/Anindito Mukherjee
INDIA-BUDGET/RAILWAYS
RTX28CUZ
February 24, 2016
Passengers jump from an overcrowded train near a railway station at Loni town in the northern state of...
LONI, India
Passengers jump from an overcrowded train near a railway station at Loni town
Passengers jump from an overcrowded train near a railway station at Loni town in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh, India, February 24, 2016. India's federal-run railways will have to depend on more government support and borrowing to fix their finances in its budget on Thursday, with New Delhi reluctant to unveil steep fare hikes ahead of key state elections, officials said. REUTERS/Anindito Mukherjee TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
USA-ECONOMY/
RTX289N8
February 23, 2016
A house-for-sale sign is seen inside the Washington DC Beltway in Annandale, Virginia January 24, 2016....
Annandale, UNITED STATES
A house-for-sale sign inside the Washington DC Beltway in Annandale Virginia
A house-for-sale sign is seen inside the Washington DC Beltway in Annandale, Virginia January 24, 2016. U.S. home resales unexpectedly rose in January, reaching a six-month high, in the latest sign that the economy remains on firmer ground despite slowing global growth and tightening financial market conditions. Picture taken on January 24, 2016. REUTERS/Hyungwon Kang/Files
KERING-RESULTS/
RTX27O6D
February 19, 2016
Francois-Henri Pinault (L), CEO and Chairman of the board of directors of Kering, and Kering Chief Financial...
Paris, France
Francois-Henri Pinault, CEO and Chairman of the board of directors of Kering and Kering Chief Financial...
Francois-Henri Pinault (L), CEO and Chairman of the board of directors of Kering, and Kering Chief Financial Officer Jean-Marc Duplaix (R), attend the company's 2015 annual results presentation in Paris, France, February 19, 2016. Gucci owner Kering, the French luxury and sports brand group, reported a forecast-beating rebound in sales in the fourth quarter under its new designer and chief executive, helped by solid growth in Western Europe and Japan. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
KERING-RESULTS/
RTX27O67
February 19, 2016
Francois-Henri Pinault (L), CEO and Chairman of the board of directors of Kering, and Kering Chief Financial...
Paris, France
Francois-Henri Pinault, CEO and Chairman of the board of directors of Kering and Kering Chief Financial...
Francois-Henri Pinault (L), CEO and Chairman of the board of directors of Kering, and Kering Chief Financial Officer Jean-Marc Duplaix (R), attend the company's 2015 annual results presentation in Paris, France, February 19, 2016. Gucci owner Kering, the French luxury and sports brand group, reported a forecast-beating rebound in sales in the fourth quarter under its new designer and chief executive, helped by solid growth in Western Europe and Japan. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
JAPAN-ECONOMY/BOJ
RTX2748C
February 16, 2016
Workers clean windows at an office building in a business district in Tokyo, Japan February 16, 2016....
Tokyo, Japan
Workers clean windows at an office building in a business district in Tokyo
Workers clean windows at an office building in a business district in Tokyo, Japan February 16, 2016. The Bank of Japan's negative interest rates came into effect on Tuesday in a radical plan already deemed a failure by financial markets, highlighting Tokyo's lack of options to spur growth as global markets sputter. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
JAPAN-ECONOMY/BOJ
RTX2748B
February 16, 2016
Workers clean windows at an office building in a business district in Tokyo, Japan, February 16, 2016....
Tokyo, Japan
Workers clean windows at an office building in a business district in Tokyo
Workers clean windows at an office building in a business district in Tokyo, Japan, February 16, 2016. The Bank of Japan's negative interest rates came into effect on Tuesday in a radical plan already deemed a failure by financial markets, highlighting Tokyo's lack of options to spur growth as global markets sputter. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
JAPAN-ECONOMY/BOJ
RTX2745X
February 16, 2016
People cross a street in a business district in Tokyo, Japan, February 16, 2016. The Bank of Japan's...
Tokyo, Japan
People cross a street in a business district in Tokyo
People cross a street in a business district in Tokyo, Japan, February 16, 2016. The Bank of Japan's negative interest rates came into effect on Tuesday in a radical plan already deemed a failure by financial markets, highlighting Tokyo's lack of options to spur growth as global markets sputter. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
JAPAN-ECONOMY/BOJ
RTX2745U
February 16, 2016
A security guard stands at a gate of the headquarters of the Bank of Japan (BOJ) in Tokyo, Japan, February...
Tokyo, Japan
A security guard stands at a gate of the headquarters of the Bank of Japan (BOJ) in Tokyo
A security guard stands at a gate of the headquarters of the Bank of Japan (BOJ) in Tokyo, Japan, February 16, 2016. The Bank of Japan's negative interest rates came into effect on Tuesday in a radical plan already deemed a failure by financial markets, highlighting Tokyo's lack of options to spur growth as global markets sputter. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
JAPAN-ECONOMY/BOJ
RTX2745T
February 16, 2016
A man crosses a street outside the headquarters of the Bank of Japan (BOJ) in Tokyo, Japan, February...
Tokyo, Japan
A man crosses a street outside Bank of Japan (BOJ) in Tokyo
A man crosses a street outside the headquarters of the Bank of Japan (BOJ) in Tokyo, Japan, February 16, 2016. The Bank of Japan's negative interest rates came into effect on Tuesday in a radical plan already deemed a failure by financial markets, highlighting Tokyo's lack of options to spur growth as global markets sputter. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
JAPAN-ECONOMY/BOJ
RTX2745N
February 16, 2016
Security guards stand at an entrance of the headquarters of the Bank of Japan (BOJ) in Tokyo, Japan,...
Tokyo, Japan
Security guards stand at an entrance of the Bank of Japan (BOJ) in Tokyo
Security guards stand at an entrance of the headquarters of the Bank of Japan (BOJ) in Tokyo, Japan, February 16, 2016. The Bank of Japan's negative interest rates came into effect on Tuesday in a radical plan already deemed a failure by financial markets, highlighting Tokyo's lack of options to spur growth as global markets sputter. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
JAPAN-ECONOMY/BOJ
RTX273XG
February 16, 2016
People cross a street in a business district in Tokyo, Japan, February 16, 2016. The Bank of Japan's...
Tokyo, Japan
People cross a street in a business district in Tokyo
People cross a street in a business district in Tokyo, Japan, February 16, 2016. The Bank of Japan's negative interest rates came into effect on Tuesday in a radical plan already deemed a failure by financial markets, highlighting Tokyo's lack of options to spur growth as global markets sputter. REUTERS/Thomas Peter TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
JAPAN-ECONOMY/BOJ
RTX273XE
February 16, 2016
People cross a street in a business district in Tokyo, Japan, February 16, 2016. The Bank of Japan's...
Tokyo, Japan
People cross a street in a business district in Tokyo
People cross a street in a business district in Tokyo, Japan, February 16, 2016. The Bank of Japan's negative interest rates came into effect on Tuesday in a radical plan already deemed a failure by financial markets, highlighting Tokyo's lack of options to spur growth as global markets sputter. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
JAPAN-ECONOMY/BOJ
RTX273XD
February 16, 2016
People stand outside Tokyo station in a business district in Tokyo, Japan, February 16, 2016. The Bank...
Tokyo, Japan
People stand outside Tokyo station in a business district in Tokyo
People stand outside Tokyo station in a business district in Tokyo, Japan, February 16, 2016. The Bank of Japan's negative interest rates came into effect on Tuesday in a radical plan already deemed a failure by financial markets, highlighting Tokyo's lack of options to spur growth as global markets sputter. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
JAPAN-ECONOMY/BOJ
RTX273XC
February 16, 2016
A businessman walks in a street in a banking district in Tokyo, Japan, February 16, 2016. The Bank of...
Tokyo, Japan
A businessman walks in a street in a banking district in Tokyo
A businessman walks in a street in a banking district in Tokyo, Japan, February 16, 2016. The Bank of Japan's negative interest rates came into effect on Tuesday in a radical plan already deemed a failure by financial markets, highlighting Tokyo's lack of options to spur growth as global markets sputter. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
JAPAN-ECONOMY/BOJ
RTX273XA
February 16, 2016
A businessman stands on a terrace overlooking a banking district in Tokyo, Japan, February 16, 2016....
Tokyo, Japan
A businessman stands on a terrace overlooking a banking district in Tokyo
A businessman stands on a terrace overlooking a banking district in Tokyo, Japan, February 16, 2016. The Bank of Japan's negative interest rates came into effect on Tuesday in a radical plan already deemed a failure by financial markets, highlighting Tokyo's lack of options to spur growth as global markets sputter. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
EDENRED-RESULTS
RTX26H1L
February 11, 2016
Patrick Bataillard, Chief Financial Officer and Executive Committee member of Edenred, attends a news...
Paris, France
Patrick Bataillard, Chief Financial Officer and Executive Committee member of Edenred, attends a news...
Patrick Bataillard, Chief Financial Officer and Executive Committee member of Edenred, attends a news conference to present the company's 2015 annual results in Paris, France, February 11, 2016. French voucher and prepaid card provider Edenred said on Thursday growth this year was likely to be at the lower end of its 8 percent to 14 percent target range because the Brazilian economy shows no signs of recovery. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes
EDENRED-RESULTS
RTX26H1K
February 11, 2016
Patrick Bataillard, Chief Financial Officer and Executive Committee member of Edenred, attends a news...
Paris, France
Patrick Bataillard, Chief Financial Officer and Executive Committee member of Edenred, attends a news...
Patrick Bataillard, Chief Financial Officer and Executive Committee member of Edenred, attends a news conference to present the company's 2015 annual results in Paris, France, February 11, 2016. French voucher and prepaid card provider Edenred said on Thursday growth this year was likely to be at the lower end of its 8 percent to 14 percent target range because the Brazilian economy shows no signs of recovery. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes
FRANCE/
RTX26GRE
February 11, 2016
Bertrand Dumazy (R), Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Edenred, and Patrick Bataillard, Chief Financial...
Paris, France
Bertrand Dumazy, Chairman and CEO of Edenred, attends a news conference to present the company's 2015...
Bertrand Dumazy (R), Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Edenred, and Patrick Bataillard, Chief Financial Officer and Executive Committee member, attend a news conference to present the company's 2015 annual results in Paris, France, February 11, 2016. French voucher and prepaid card provider Edenred said on Thursday growth this year was likely to be at the lower end of its 8 percent to 14 percent target range because the Brazilian economy shows no signs of recovery. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes
CBA-RESULTS/
RTX269KM
February 10, 2016
Commonwealth Bank CEO Ian Narev speaks during a media conference at the company's headquarters in Sydney,...
Sydney, Australia
Commonwealth Bank CEO Ian Narev speaks during a media conference at the company's headquarters in Sydney,...
Commonwealth Bank CEO Ian Narev speaks during a media conference at the company's headquarters in Sydney, Australia, February 10, 2016. Commonwealth Bank of Australia on Wednesday reported the sharpest rise in bad debts in more than six years as first-half revenue slid, further evidence that Australian lenders are facing slower earnings growth after years of record profits. CBA is the first of Australia's major banks to report earnings this year, providing pointers on how China's economic slowdown and the collapse of commodities prices are impacting a financial sector that emerged almost unscathed from the global financial crisis. REUTERS/David Gray
CBA-RESULTS/
RTX269K5
February 10, 2016
Commonwealth Bank CEO Ian Narev (R) speaks with Chief Financial officer (CFO) David Craig before the...
Sydney, Australia
Commonwealth Bank CEO Ian Narev speaks with Chief Financial officer (CFO) David Craig before the start...
Commonwealth Bank CEO Ian Narev (R) speaks with Chief Financial officer (CFO) David Craig before the start of a media conference at the company's headquarters in Sydney, Australia, February 10, 2016. Commonwealth Bank of Australia on Wednesday reported the sharpest rise in bad debts in more than six years as first-half revenue slid, further evidence that Australian lenders are facing slower earnings growth after years of record profits. CBA is the first of Australia's major banks to report earnings this year, providing pointers on how China's economic slowdown and the collapse of commodities prices are impacting a financial sector that emerged almost unscathed from the global financial crisis. REUTERS/David Gray
CBA-RESULTS/
RTX269JS
February 10, 2016
Commonwealth Bank CEO Ian Narev speaks during a media conference at the company's headquarters in Sydney,...
Sydney, Australia
Commonwealth Bank CEO Ian Narev speaks during a media conference at the company's headquarters in Sydney,...
Commonwealth Bank CEO Ian Narev speaks during a media conference at the company's headquarters in Sydney, Australia, February 10, 2016. Commonwealth Bank of Australia on Wednesday reported the sharpest rise in bad debts in more than six years as first-half revenue slid, further evidence that Australian lenders are facing slower earnings growth after years of record profits. CBA is the first of Australia's major banks to report earnings this year, providing pointers on how China's economic slowdown and the collapse of commodities prices are impacting a financial sector that emerged almost unscathed from the global financial crisis. REUTERS/David Gray
CBA-RESULTS/
RTX269JR
February 10, 2016
Commonwealth Bank CEO Ian Narev speaks during a media conference at the company's headquarters in Sydney,...
Sydney, Australia
Commonwealth Bank CEO Ian Narev speaks during a media conference at the company's headquarters in Sydney,...
Commonwealth Bank CEO Ian Narev speaks during a media conference at the company's headquarters in Sydney, Australia, February 10, 2016. Commonwealth Bank of Australia on Wednesday reported the sharpest rise in bad debts in more than six years as first-half revenue slid, further evidence that Australian lenders are facing slower earnings growth after years of record profits. CBA is the first of Australia's major banks to report earnings this year, providing pointers on how China's economic slowdown and the collapse of commodities prices are impacting a financial sector that emerged almost unscathed from the global financial crisis. REUTERS/David Gray
CBA-RESULTS/
RTX269JQ
February 10, 2016
Commonwealth Bank CEO Ian Narev speaks during a media conference at the company's headquarters in Sydney,...
Sydney, Australia
Commonwealth Bank CEO Ian Narev speaks during a media conference at the company's headquarters in Sydney,...
Commonwealth Bank CEO Ian Narev speaks during a media conference at the company's headquarters in Sydney, Australia, February 10, 2016. Commonwealth Bank of Australia on Wednesday reported the sharpest rise in bad debts in more than six years as first-half revenue slid, further evidence that Australian lenders are facing slower earnings growth after years of record profits. CBA is the first of Australia's major banks to report earnings this year, providing pointers on how China's economic slowdown and the collapse of commodities prices are impacting a financial sector that emerged almost unscathed from the global financial crisis. REUTERS/David Gray TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
INDONESIA-ECONOMY/GDP
RTX25IXF
February 05, 2016
Labourers work on a construction site for a new office building in Jakarta, Indonesia February 4, 2016....
Jakarta, Indonesia
Labourers work on a construction site for a new office building in Jakarta, Indonesia
Labourers work on a construction site for a new office building in Jakarta, Indonesia February 4, 2016. Indonesia's economy picked up speed in the fourth quarter but full-year growth was still the slowest since the global financial crisis as weak consumption, investment and exports took a toll on output. Picture taken February 4, 2016. REUTERS/Garry Lotulung
INDONESIA-ECONOMY/GDP
RTX25IXE
February 05, 2016
A worker tracks shipping containers in Tanjung Priok port in North Jakarta, Indonesia December 15, 2015....
Jakarta, Indonesia
Shipping containers are moved and counted in Tanjung Priok port in North Jakarta, Indonesia
A worker tracks shipping containers in Tanjung Priok port in North Jakarta, Indonesia December 15, 2015. Indonesia's economy picked up speed in the fourth quarter but full-year growth was still the slowest since the global financial crisis as weak consumption, investment and exports took a toll on output. Picture Taken December 15, 2015. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside
INDONESIA-ECONOMY/GDP
RTX25IXC
February 05, 2016
A vendor waits for customers at a market stall in Tanah Abang market in Jakarta, Indonesia February 4,...
Jakarta, Indonesia
A vendor waits for customers at a market stall in Tanah Abang market in Jakarta, Indonesia
A vendor waits for customers at a market stall in Tanah Abang market in Jakarta, Indonesia February 4, 2016. Indonesia's economy picked up speed in the fourth quarter but full-year growth was still the slowest since the global financial crisis as weak consumption, investment and exports took a toll on output. Picture taken February 4, 2016. REUTERS/Garry Lotulung
INDONESIA-ECONOMY/GDP
RTX25IXB
February 05, 2016
Labourers work on a construction site for a new office building in Jakarta, Indonesia February 4, 2016.Indonesia's...
Jakarta, Indonesia
Labourers work on a construction site for a new office building in Jakarta, Indonesia
Labourers work on a construction site for a new office building in Jakarta, Indonesia February 4, 2016.Indonesia's economy picked up speed in the fourth quarter but full-year growth was still the slowest since the global financial crisis as weak consumption, investment and exports took a toll on output. REUTERS/Garry Lotulung
INDONESIA-ECONOMY/GDP
RTX25IX9
February 05, 2016
A vendor hangs a skirt at a clothing stall in a market in Jakarta, Indonesia February 4, 2016. Indonesia's...
Jakarta, Indonesia
A vendor hangs a skirt at a clothing stall in a market in Jakarta, Indonesia
A vendor hangs a skirt at a clothing stall in a market in Jakarta, Indonesia February 4, 2016. Indonesia's economy picked up speed in the fourth quarter but full-year growth was still the slowest since the global financial crisis as weak consumption, investment and exports took a toll on output. Picture taken February 4, 2016. REUTERS/Garry Lotulung
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