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October 09, 2008
A man walks into the headquarters of Iceland's central bank in Reykjavik October 9, 2008. Iceland took...
Reykjavik, Iceland
A man walks into the headquarters of Iceland's central bank in Reykjavik
A man walks into the headquarters of Iceland's central bank in Reykjavik October 9, 2008. Iceland took control on Thursday of its biggest bank, Kaupthing, to try to shore up a teetering banking system. The state has now seized control of three of the nation's major banks after Landsbanki and Glitnir were taken over earlier this week. REUTERS/Bob Strong (ICELAND)
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October 09, 2008
The Iceland flag flies next to the headquarters of Kaupthing Bank in Reykjavik October 9, 2008. Iceland...
Reykjavik, Iceland
The Iceland flag flies next to the headquarters of Kaupthing Bank in Reykjavik
The Iceland flag flies next to the headquarters of Kaupthing Bank in Reykjavik October 9, 2008. Iceland took control on Thursday of its biggest bank, Kaupthing, to try to shore up a teetering banking system. The state has now seized control of three of the nation's major banks after Landsbanki and Glitnir were taken over earlier this week. REUTERS/Bob Strong (ICELAND)
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October 09, 2008
The headquarters of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank is seen in Reykjavik October 9, 2008. Iceland took control...
Reykjavik, Iceland
The headquarters of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank is pictured in Reykjavik
The headquarters of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank is seen in Reykjavik October 9, 2008. Iceland took control on Thursday of its biggest bank, Kaupthing, to try to shore up a teetering banking system. The state has now seized control of three of the nation's major banks after Landsbanki and Glitnir were taken over earlier this week. REUTERS/Bob Strong (ICELAND)
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October 09, 2008
A man walks past a branch of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank in Reykjavik October 9, 2008. Iceland took control...
Reykjavik, Iceland
A man walks past a branch of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank in Reykjavik
A man walks past a branch of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank in Reykjavik October 9, 2008. Iceland took control on Thursday of its biggest bank, Kaupthing, to try to shore up a teetering banking system. The state has now seized control of three of the nation's major banks after Landsbanki and Glitnir were taken over earlier this week. REUTERS/Bob Strong (ICELAND)
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October 09, 2008
Employees arrive for work at the headquarters of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank in Reykjavik October 9, 2008....
Reykjavik, Iceland
Employees arrive for work at the headquarters of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank in Reykjavik
Employees arrive for work at the headquarters of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank in Reykjavik October 9, 2008. Iceland took control on Thursday of its biggest bank, Kaupthing, to try to shore up a teetering banking system. The state has now seized control of three of the nation's major banks after Landsbanki and Glitnir were taken over earlier this week. REUTERS/Bob Strong (ICELAND)
FINANCIAL/ICELAND
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October 09, 2008
A man walks into the headquarters of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank in Reykjavik October 9, 2008. Iceland took...
Reykjavik, Iceland
A man walks into the headquarters of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank in Reykjavik
A man walks into the headquarters of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank in Reykjavik October 9, 2008. Iceland took control on Thursday of its biggest bank, Kaupthing, to try to shore up a teetering banking system. The state has now seized control of three of the nation's major banks after Landsbanki and Glitnir were taken over earlier this week. REUTERS/Bob Strong (ICELAND)
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October 09, 2008
The headquarters of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank is seen in Reykjavik October 9, 2008. Iceland took control...
Reykjavik, Iceland
The headquarters of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank is pictured in Reykjavik
The headquarters of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank is seen in Reykjavik October 9, 2008. Iceland took control on Thursday of its biggest bank, Kaupthing, to try to shore up a teetering banking system. The state has now seized control of three of the nation's major banks after Landsbanki and Glitnir were taken over earlier this week. REUTERS/Bob Strong (ICELAND)
FINANCIAL/ICELAND
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October 08, 2008
The headquarters of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank is seen in Reykjavik October 9, 2008. Iceland took control...
Reykjavik, Iceland
The headquarters of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank is pictured in Reykjavik
The headquarters of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank is seen in Reykjavik October 9, 2008. Iceland took control on Thursday of its biggest bank, Kaupthing, to try to shore up a teetering banking system. The state has now seized control of three of the nation's major banks after Landsbanki and Glitnir were taken over earlier this week. REUTERS/Bob Strong (ICELAND)
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October 08, 2008
A branch of Iceland's Glitnir Bank is seen in Reykjavik October 8, 2008. The government stunned markets...
Reykjavik, Iceland
A branch of Iceland's Glitnir Bank in Reykjavik
A branch of Iceland's Glitnir Bank is seen in Reykjavik October 8, 2008. The government stunned markets last week when it announced it would buy up to 75 percent in Glitnir, kicking off what has been a tumultuous 10 days for the small island nation. REUTERS/Bob Strong (ICELAND)
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October 08, 2008
A branch of Iceland's Glitnir Bank is seen in Reykjavik October 8, 2008. The government stunned markets...
Reykjavik, Iceland
A branch of Iceland's Glitnir Bank in Reykjavik
A branch of Iceland's Glitnir Bank is seen in Reykjavik October 8, 2008. The government stunned markets last week when it announced it would buy up to 75 percent in Glitnir, kicking off what has been a tumultuous 10 days for the small island nation. REUTERS/Bob Strong (ICELAND)
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October 08, 2008
A bank employee (2nd L) talks to a customer at the headquarters of Iceland's Glitnir Bank in Reykjavik...
Reykjavik, Iceland
A bank employee talks to a customer at the headquarters of Iceland's Glitnir Bank in Reykjavik
A bank employee (2nd L) talks to a customer at the headquarters of Iceland's Glitnir Bank in Reykjavik October 8, 2008. The government stunned markets last week when it announced it would buy up to 75 percent in Glitnir, kicking off what has been a tumultuous 10 days for the small island nation. REUTERS/Bob Strong (ICELAND)
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October 08, 2008
A cleaner looks at an ATM machine in the lobby of the building of Iceland's Glitnir Bank's headquarters...
Reykjavik, Iceland
A cleaner looks at an ATM machine in the lobby of the building of Iceland's Glitnir Bank's headquarters...
A cleaner looks at an ATM machine in the lobby of the building of Iceland's Glitnir Bank's headquarters in Reykjavik October 8, 2008. The government stunned markets last week when it announced it would buy up to 75 percent in Glitnir, kicking off what has been a tumultuous 10 days for the small island nation. REUTERS/Bob Strong (ICELAND)
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October 08, 2008
A man walks out of the building of Iceland's Glitnir Bank's headquarters in Reykjavik October 8, 2008....
Reykjavik, Iceland
A man walks out of the building of Iceland's Glitnir Bank's headquarters in Reykjavik
A man walks out of the building of Iceland's Glitnir Bank's headquarters in Reykjavik October 8, 2008. The government stunned markets last week when it announced it would buy up to 75 percent in Glitnir, kicking off what has been a tumultuous 10 days for the small island nation. REUTERS/Bob Strong (ICELAND)
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October 08, 2008
A man enters the building of Iceland's Glitnir Bank's headquarters in Reykjavik October 8, 2008. The...
Reykjavik, Iceland
A man enters the building of Iceland's Glitnir Bank's headquarters in Reykjavik
A man enters the building of Iceland's Glitnir Bank's headquarters in Reykjavik October 8, 2008. The government stunned markets last week when it announced it would buy up to 75 percent in Glitnir, kicking off what has been a tumultuous 10 days for the small island nation. REUTERS/Bob Strong (ICELAND)
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RTX9BXL
October 08, 2008
The building of Iceland's Glitnir Bank's headquarters is seen in Reykjavik October 8, 2008. The government...
Reykjavik, Iceland
The building of Iceland's Glitnir Bank's headquarters is seen in Reykjavik
The building of Iceland's Glitnir Bank's headquarters is seen in Reykjavik October 8, 2008. The government stunned markets last week when it announced it would buy up to 75 percent in Glitnir, kicking off what has been a tumultuous 10 days for the small island nation. REUTERS/Bob Strong (ICELAND)
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