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CHAMPAGNE-MARKETS/
RTR3BTDY
December 21, 2012
Wine merchant Gerard Mettler poses with various sizes of Champagne bottles in front of his wine shop...
Paris, France
Wine merchant Gerard Mettler poses with various sizes of Champagne bottles in front of his wine shop...
Wine merchant Gerard Mettler poses with various sizes of Champagne bottles in front of his wine shop in Paris December 21, 2012. Depressed by weak economies and the lingering shadow of a sovereign debt crisis, Europeans are struggling to find good reasons to crack open the bubbly. The European gloom means that after two years of increases, producers will dispatch about 9 million fewer bottles of champagne worldwide in 2012, a 3 percent drop to around 314 million, industry estimates gathered by Reuters showed. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD)
CHAMPAGNE-MARKETS/
RTR3BTDU
December 21, 2012
Wine merchant Gerard Mettler poses with various sizes of Champagne bottles in front of his wine shop...
Paris, France
Wine merchant Gerard Mettler poses with various sizes of Champagne bottles in front of his wine shop...
Wine merchant Gerard Mettler poses with various sizes of Champagne bottles in front of his wine shop in Paris December 21, 2012. Depressed by weak economies and the lingering shadow of a sovereign debt crisis, Europeans are struggling to find good reasons to crack open the bubbly. The European gloom means that after two years of increases, producers will dispatch about 9 million fewer bottles of champagne worldwide in 2012, a 3 percent drop to around 314 million, industry estimates gathered by Reuters showed. The slogan reads "Now is a time for Champagne...".REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD)
CHAMPAGNE-MARKETS/
RTR3BTDQ
December 21, 2012
Various sizes of Champagne bottles are displayed in front of a wine shop in Paris December 21, 2012....
Paris, France
Various sizes of Champagne bottles are displayed in front of a wine shop in Paris
Various sizes of Champagne bottles are displayed in front of a wine shop in Paris December 21, 2012. Depressed by weak economies and the lingering shadow of a sovereign debt crisis, Europeans are struggling to find good reasons to crack open the bubbly. The European gloom means that after two years of increases, producers will dispatch about 9 million fewer bottles of champagne worldwide in 2012, a 3 percent drop to around 314 million, industry estimates gathered by Reuters showed. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD)
CHAMPAGNE-MARKETS/
RTR3BTDP
December 21, 2012
Various sizes of Champagne bottles are displayed in front of a wine shop in Paris December 21, 2012....
Paris, France
Various sizes of Champagne bottles are displayed in front of a wine shop in Paris
Various sizes of Champagne bottles are displayed in front of a wine shop in Paris December 21, 2012. Depressed by weak economies and the lingering shadow of a sovereign debt crisis, Europeans are struggling to find good reasons to crack open the bubbly. The European gloom means that after two years of increases, producers will dispatch about 9 million fewer bottles of champagne worldwide in 2012, a 3 percent drop to around 314 million, industry estimates gathered by Reuters showed. The slogan reads "Now is a time for Champagne...". REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD)
CHAMPAGNE-MARKETS/
RTR3BTDI
December 21, 2012
Wine merchant Gerard Mettler poses with various sizes of Champagne bottles in front of his wine shop...
Paris, France
Wine merchant Gerard Mettler poses with various sizes of Champagne bottles in front of his wine shop...
Wine merchant Gerard Mettler poses with various sizes of Champagne bottles in front of his wine shop in Paris December 21, 2012. Depressed by weak economies and the lingering shadow of a sovereign debt crisis, Europeans are struggling to find good reasons to crack open the bubbly. The European gloom means that after two years of increases, producers will dispatch about 9 million fewer bottles of champagne worldwide in 2012, a 3 percent drop to around 314 million, industry estimates gathered by Reuters showed. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD)
CHAMPAGNE-MARKETS/
RTR3BTDG
December 21, 2012
Wine merchant Gerard Mettler poses with various sizes of Champagne bottles in front of his wine shop...
Paris, France
Wine merchant Gerard Mettler poses with various sizes of Champagne bottles in front of his wine shop...
Wine merchant Gerard Mettler poses with various sizes of Champagne bottles in front of his wine shop in Paris December 21, 2012. Depressed by weak economies and the lingering shadow of a sovereign debt crisis, Europeans are struggling to find good reasons to crack open the bubbly. The European gloom means that after two years of increases, producers will dispatch about 9 million fewer bottles of champagne worldwide in 2012, a 3 percent drop to around 314 million, industry estimates gathered by Reuters showed. The slogan reads "Now is a time for Champagne...". REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD)
INDIA-ECONOMY/
RTR3AB3S
November 12, 2012
Labourers work inside an iron factory on the outskirts of Jammu November 12, 2012. India's economic gloom...
Jammu, India
Labourers work inside an iron factory on the outskirts of Jammu
Labourers work inside an iron factory on the outskirts of Jammu November 12, 2012. India's economic gloom deepened on Monday with a surprise contraction in industrial production, a fall in exports and higher retail inflation, dashing hopes of a quick revival in an economy on track to post its slowest growth in a decade. REUTERS/Mukesh Gupta (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
INDIA-ECONOMY
RTR3AB3H
November 12, 2012
Labourers work inside an iron factory on the outskirts of Jammu November 12, 2012. India's economic gloom...
Jammu, India
Labourers work inside an iron factory on the outskirts of Jammu
Labourers work inside an iron factory on the outskirts of Jammu November 12, 2012. India's economic gloom deepened on Monday with a surprise contraction in industrial production, a fall in exports and higher retail inflation, dashing hopes of a quick revival in an economy on track to post its slowest growth in a decade. REUTERS/Mukesh Gupta (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
INDIA-INDIGO/
RTR2YWGI
March 06, 2012
The side of an IndiGo Airlines A320 aircraft is pictured on the tarmac at Bengaluru International Airport...
Bangalore, India
The side of an IndiGo Airlines A320 aircraft is pictured on the tarmac at Bengaluru International Airport...
The side of an IndiGo Airlines A320 aircraft is pictured on the tarmac at Bengaluru International Airport in Bangalore March 5, 2012. It's not all doom and gloom for India's embattled airline sector. IndiGo, a low-fare carrier launched in 2006, has climbed to second place in market share at the expense of Air India and Kingfisher Airlines and is the only one of India's six main carriers making a profit, for now at least. Picture taken on March 5, 2012. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (INDIA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
INDIA-INDIGO/
RTR2YWG8
March 06, 2012
An IndiGo Airlines aircraft arrives at a gate of the domestic airport in Mumbai February 22, 2012. It's...
Mumbai, India
An IndiGo Airlines aircraft arrives at a gate of the domestic airport in Mumbai
An IndiGo Airlines aircraft arrives at a gate of the domestic airport in Mumbai February 22, 2012. It's not all doom and gloom for India's embattled airline sector. IndiGo, a low-fare carrier launched in 2006, has climbed to second place in market share at the expense of Air India and Kingfisher Airlines and is the only one of India's six main carriers making a profit, for now at least. Picture taken on February 22, 2012. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (INDIA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
DETROIT/GLOOM
RTR2W16O
January 08, 2012
Auto Show worker Chuck Standhardt buffs the scratches off of a Cadillac XTS vehicle as he gets it ready...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
To match Feature DETROIT/GLOOM
Auto Show worker Chuck Standhardt buffs the scratches off of a Cadillac XTS vehicle as he gets it ready for display at the North American International Auto Show at Cobo Center in Detroit, Michigan, January 7, 2012. Saddled with crippling debt, mounting labor costs, and onerous union contracts, the city that paved the auto industry's success is in need of a bailout of its own. Picture taken January 7, 2012. To match Feature DETROIT/GLOOM REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS SOCIETY TRANSPORT)
DETROIT/GLOOM
RTR2W16N
January 08, 2012
An older neighborhood is seen from a broken window of the abandoned Packard Plant in Detroit, Michigan,...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
To match Feature DETROIT/GLOOM
An older neighborhood is seen from a broken window of the abandoned Packard Plant in Detroit, Michigan, November 27, 2010. Saddled with crippling debt, mounting labor costs, and onerous union contracts, the city that paved the auto industry's success is in need of a bailout of its own. Picture taken November 27, 2010. To match Feature DETROIT/GLOOM REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS REAL ESTATE SOCIETY POVERTY)
DETROIT/GLOOM
RTR2W16L
January 08, 2012
A partially burned, abandoned house is seen in Detroit, Michigan, January 7, 2012. Saddled with crippling...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
To match Feature DETROIT/GLOOM
A partially burned, abandoned house is seen in Detroit, Michigan, January 7, 2012. Saddled with crippling debt, mounting labor costs, and onerous union contracts, the city that paved the auto industry's success is in need of a bailout of its own. Picture taken January 7, 2012. To match Feature DETROIT/GLOOM REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS REAL ESTATE SOCIETY POVERTY)
DETROIT/GLOOM
RTR2W16I
January 08, 2012
An abandoned, vacant house is seen in Detroit, Michigan, January 3, 2012. Saddled with crippling debt,...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
To match Feature DETROIT/GLOOM
An abandoned, vacant house is seen in Detroit, Michigan, January 3, 2012. Saddled with crippling debt, mounting labor costs, and onerous union contracts, the city that paved the auto industry's success is in need of a bailout of its own. Picture taken January 3, 2012. To match Feature DETROIT/GLOOM REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS REAL ESTATE BUSINESS SOCIETY POVERTY)
DETROIT/GLOOM
RTR2W16H
January 08, 2012
A neighborhood crime watch sign is seen in Detroit, Michigan, January 6, 2012. Saddled with crippling...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
To match Feature DETROIT/GLOOM
A neighborhood crime watch sign is seen in Detroit, Michigan, January 6, 2012. Saddled with crippling debt, mounting labor costs, and onerous union contracts, the city that paved the auto industry's success is in need of a bailout of its own. To match Picture taken January 6, 2012. Feature DETROIT/GLOOM REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS SOCIETY CRIME LAW)
DETROIT/GLOOM
RTR2W16E
January 08, 2012
Detroit Police Sergeant D. McClendon works behind the desk at the Northeastern District police station...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
To match Feature DETROIT/GLOOM
Detroit Police Sergeant D. McClendon works behind the desk at the Northeastern District police station in Detroit, Michigan, January 6, 2012. Saddled with crippling debt, mounting labor costs, and onerous union contracts, the city that paved the auto industry's success is in need of a bailout of its own. Picture taken January 6, 2012. To match Feature DETROIT/GLOOM REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS SOCIETY)
DETROIT/GLOOM
RTR2W16C
January 08, 2012
Detroit Police Officer J. Velasco (L) speaks with Sergeant D. McClendon at the Northeastern District...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
To match Feature DETROIT/GLOOM
Detroit Police Officer J. Velasco (L) speaks with Sergeant D. McClendon at the Northeastern District police station in Detroit, Michigan, January 6, 2012. Saddled with crippling debt, mounting labor costs, and onerous union contracts, the city that paved the auto industry's success is in need of a bailout of its own. Picture taken January 6, 2012. To match Feature DETROIT/GLOOM REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS SOCIETY)
DETROIT/GLOOM
RTR2W16B
January 08, 2012
Detroit Police Officers work behind the front desk at the Northeastern District police station in Detroit,...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
To match Feature DETROIT/GLOOM
Detroit Police Officers work behind the front desk at the Northeastern District police station in Detroit, Michigan, January 6, 2012. Saddled with crippling debt, mounting labor costs, and onerous union contracts, the city that paved the auto industry's success is in need of a bailout of its own. Picture taken January 6, 2012. To match Feature DETROIT/GLOOM REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS SOCIETY)
DETROIT/GLOOM
RTR2W16A
January 08, 2012
Detroit Police Chief Ralph Godbee announces a plan to dramatically reduce services that will be at the...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
To match Feature DETROIT/GLOOM
Detroit Police Chief Ralph Godbee announces a plan to dramatically reduce services that will be at the city's eight police stations during a press conference at the Northeastern District police station in Detroit, Michigan, January 6, 2012. Saddled with crippling debt, mounting labor costs, and onerous union contracts, the city that paved the auto industry's success is in need of a bailout of its own. To match Picture taken January 6, 2012. Feature DETROIT/GLOOM REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS SOCIETY)
DETROIT/GLOOM
RTR2W169
January 08, 2012
Iron worker Douglass Washburn rides the People Mover on his lunch break from the North American International...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
To match Feature DETROIT/GLOOM
Iron worker Douglass Washburn rides the People Mover on his lunch break from the North American International Auto Show at Cobo Center in downtown Detroit, Michigan, January 7, 2012. Saddled with crippling debt, mounting labor costs, and onerous union contracts, the city that paved the auto industry's success is in need of a bailout of its own. Picture taken January 7, 2012. To match Feature DETROIT/GLOOM REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS SOCIETY TRANSPORT)
DETROIT/GLOOM
RTR2W164
January 08, 2012
Two Detroit People Mover cars are seen on the elevated track in downtown Detroit, Michigan, January 6,...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
To match Feature DETROIT/GLOOM
Two Detroit People Mover cars are seen on the elevated track in downtown Detroit, Michigan, January 6, 2012. Saddled with crippling debt, mounting labor costs, and onerous union contracts, the city that paved the auto industry's success is in need of a bailout of its own. Picture taken January 6, 2012. To match Feature DETROIT/GLOOM REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS SOCIETY CITYSPACE TRANSPORT)
DETROIT/GLOOM
RTR2W161
January 08, 2012
A larger banner reading "Outsource to Detroit" is seen on the side of a building on Woodward Ave in downtown...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
To match Feature DETROIT/GLOOM
A larger banner reading "Outsource to Detroit" is seen on the side of a building on Woodward Ave in downtown Detroit, Michigan, January 7, 2012. Saddled with crippling debt, mounting labor costs, and onerous union contracts, the city that paved the auto industry's success is in need of a bailout of its own. Picture taken January 7, 2012. To match Feature DETROIT/GLOOM REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT REAL ESTATE CITYSPACE)
DETROIT/GLOOM
RTR2W160
January 08, 2012
Nicole Conaway holds a protest sign outside the Lincoln Library Branch as she protests against its closing...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
To match Feature DETROIT/GLOOM
Nicole Conaway holds a protest sign outside the Lincoln Library Branch as she protests against its closing in Detroit, Michigan, January 3, 2012. Saddled with crippling debt, mounting labor costs, and onerous union contracts, the city that paved the auto industry's success is in need of a bailout of its own. Picture taken January 3, 2012. To match Feature DETROIT/GLOOM REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS SOCIETY)
DETROIT/GLOOM
RTR2W15Z
January 08, 2012
The skyline of Detroit, Michigan is seen from Windsor, January 4, 2012. Saddled with crippling debt,...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
To match Feature DETROIT/GLOOM
The skyline of Detroit, Michigan is seen from Windsor, January 4, 2012. Saddled with crippling debt, mounting labor costs, and onerous union contracts, the city that paved the auto industry's success is in need of a bailout of its own. Picture taken January 4, 2012. To match Feature DETROIT/GLOOM REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS SOCIETY CITYSPACE)
DETROIT/GLOOM
RTR2W15Y
January 08, 2012
General Motors world headquarters (C) is seen along the Detroit river in downtown Detroit, Michigan,...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
To match Feature DETROIT/GLOOM
General Motors world headquarters (C) is seen along the Detroit river in downtown Detroit, Michigan, January 4, 2012. Saddled with crippling debt, mounting labor costs, and onerous union contracts, the city that paved the auto industry's success is in need of a bailout of its own. Picture taken January 4, 2012. To match Feature DETROIT/GLOOM REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS SOCIETY TRANSPORT CITYSPACE)
DETROIT/GLOOM
RTR2W15X
January 08, 2012
The skyline of Detroit, Michigan is seen from Windsor, January 4, 2012. Saddled with crippling debt,...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
To match Feature DETROIT/GLOOM
The skyline of Detroit, Michigan is seen from Windsor, January 4, 2012. Saddled with crippling debt, mounting labor costs, and onerous union contracts, the city that paved the auto industry's success is in need of a bailout of its own. Picture taken January 4, 2012. To match Feature DETROIT/GLOOM REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS SOCIETY CITYSPACE)
DETROIT/GLOOM
RTR2W15W
January 08, 2012
A newly built housing project is seen near downtown Detroit, Michigan, January 4, 2012. Saddled with...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
To match Feature DETROIT/GLOOM
A newly built housing project is seen near downtown Detroit, Michigan, January 4, 2012. Saddled with crippling debt, mounting labor costs, and onerous union contracts, the city that paved the auto industry's success is in need of a bailout of its own. Picture taken January 4, 2012. To match Feature DETROIT/GLOOM REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS SOCIETY REAL ESTATE CITYSPACE)
INDIA-PARLIAMENT/
RTR2UB7K
November 22, 2011
The Indian parliament building is pictured behind marigold flowers on the opening day of the winter session...
New Delhi, India
The Indian parliament building is pictured behind marigold flowers in New Delhi
The Indian parliament building is pictured behind marigold flowers on the opening day of the winter session of parliament in New Delhi November 22, 2011. As India's boom gives way to gloom, the government is banking on a brief winter session of parliament that started on Tuesday to kickstart its long-stalled agenda of economic reforms. REUTERS/B Mathur (INDIA - Tags: POLITICS)
OLYMPICS-LONDON/AUSTERITY
RTR2P1FU
July 19, 2011
Sebastian Coe, chairman of the London organising committee of the Olympic Games (LOCOG), poses with a...
London, United Kingdom
To match feature OLYMPICS-LONDON/AUSTERITY
Sebastian Coe, chairman of the London organising committee of the Olympic Games (LOCOG), poses with a vintage Olympic poster at Tate Britain in London in this June 20, 2011 file photo. With a year to go until the opening ceremony, the 2012 Olympics is a constant presence in Britain, with construction work in full swing, warm-up events under way and the distribution of tickets one of the biggest media stories of the year. The preparations are in stark contrast to the last time London hosted the Games in 1948 amid the econmomic hardship, rationing and general gloom of post-war Britain. To match feature OLYMPICS-LONDON/AUSTERITY REUTERS/Luke Macgregor/Files (BRITAIN - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS)
POLAND-EU/
RTR2O8R2
June 29, 2011
The flags of Poland and European Union flutter in front of the Polish parliament in Warsaw June 29, 2011....
Warsaw, Poland
The flags of Poland and European Union flutter in front of the Polish parliament in Warsaw
The flags of Poland and European Union flutter in front of the Polish parliament in Warsaw June 29, 2011. Poland aims to reinvigorate the EU's flagship policies of the single market and enlargement when it assumes the bloc's rotating presidency for the first time on Friday amid deepening gloom over Europe's short-term prospects. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND - Tags: POLITICS)
POLAND-EU/
RTR2O8R1
June 29, 2011
The flags of Poland and European Union flutter in front of the Polish parliament in Warsaw June 29, 2011....
Warsaw, Poland
The flags of Poland and European Union flutter in front of the Polish parliament in Warsaw
The flags of Poland and European Union flutter in front of the Polish parliament in Warsaw June 29, 2011. Poland aims to reinvigorate the EU's flagship policies of the single market and enlargement when it assumes the bloc's rotating presidency for the first time on Friday amid deepening gloom over Europe's short-term prospects. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND - Tags: POLITICS)
POLAND-EU/
RTR2O8QZ
June 29, 2011
The flags of Poland and European Union flutter in front of the Polish parliament in Warsaw June 29, 2011....
Warsaw, Poland
The flags of Poland and European Union flutter in front of the Polish parliament in Warsaw
The flags of Poland and European Union flutter in front of the Polish parliament in Warsaw June 29, 2011. Poland aims to reinvigorate the EU's flagship policies of the single market and enlargement when it assumes the bloc's rotating presidency for the first time on Friday amid deepening gloom over Europe's short-term prospects. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND - Tags: POLITICS)
POLAND-EU/
RTR2O8QX
June 29, 2011
The flags of Poland and European Union flutter in front of the Polish parliament in Warsaw June 29, 2011....
Warsaw, Poland
The flags of Poland and European Union flutter in front of the Polish parliament in Warsaw
The flags of Poland and European Union flutter in front of the Polish parliament in Warsaw June 29, 2011. Poland aims to reinvigorate the EU's flagship policies of the single market and enlargement when it assumes the bloc's rotating presidency for the first time on Friday amid deepening gloom over Europe's short-term prospects. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND - Tags: POLITICS)
POLAND-EU/
RTR2O8QV
June 29, 2011
The flags of Poland and European Union flutter in front of the Polish parliament in Warsaw June 29, 2011....
Warsaw, Poland
The flags of Poland and European Union flutter in front of the Polish parliament in Warsaw
The flags of Poland and European Union flutter in front of the Polish parliament in Warsaw June 29, 2011. Poland aims to reinvigorate the EU's flagship policies of the single market and enlargement when it assumes the bloc's rotating presidency for the first time on Friday amid deepening gloom over Europe's short-term prospects. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND - Tags: POLITICS)
POLAND-EU/
RTR2O8QO
June 29, 2011
The flags of Poland and European Union flutter in front of the Polish parliament in Warsaw June 29, 2011....
Warsaw, Poland
The flags of Poland and European Union flutter in front of the Polish parliament in Warsaw
The flags of Poland and European Union flutter in front of the Polish parliament in Warsaw June 29, 2011. Poland aims to reinvigorate the EU's flagship policies of the single market and enlargement when it assumes the bloc's rotating presidency for the first time on Friday amid deepening gloom over Europe's short-term prospects. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND - Tags: POLITICS)
HEDGEFUNDS/SOHNCONFERENCE
RTR2MWGB
May 25, 2011
Dr. Marc Faber, publisher of investment newsletter "The Gloom Boom & Doom" speaks at the 16th annual...
New York, UNITED STATES
Dr. Marc Faber, publisher of investment newsletter "The Gloom Boom & Doom" speaks at the 16th annual...
Dr. Marc Faber, publisher of investment newsletter "The Gloom Boom & Doom" speaks at the 16th annual Sohn Investment Conference in New York May 25, 2011. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
HEDGEFUNDS/SOHNCONFERENCE
RTR2MWEY
May 25, 2011
Dr. Marc Faber, publisher of investment newsletter "The Gloom Boom & Doom" speaks at the 16th annual...
New York, UNITED STATES
Dr. Marc Faber, publisher of investment newsletter "The Gloom Boom & Doom" speaks at the 16th annual...
Dr. Marc Faber, publisher of investment newsletter "The Gloom Boom & Doom" speaks at the 16th annual Sohn Investment Conference in New York May 25, 2011. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
MARKS&SPENCER/
RTR2KVXC
April 06, 2011
A branch of retail store Marks & Spencer is seen in central London April 6, 2011. Marks & Spencer defied...
London, United Kingdom
A branch of retail store Marks and Spencer is seen in central London
A branch of retail store Marks & Spencer is seen in central London April 6, 2011. Marks & Spencer defied the gloom surrounding British retailers, beating forecasts with flat underlying sales as it lured cash-strapped shoppers with new ranges like healthy foods and old favourites like lingerie. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS)
MARKS&SPENCER/
RTR2KVX8
April 06, 2011
A branch of retail store Marks & Spencer is seen in central London April 6, 2011. Marks & Spencer defied...
London, United Kingdom
A branch of retail store Marks and Spencer is seen in central London
A branch of retail store Marks & Spencer is seen in central London April 6, 2011. Marks & Spencer defied the gloom surrounding British retailers, beating forecasts with flat underlying sales as it lured cash-strapped shoppers with new ranges like healthy foods and old favourites like lingerie. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS)
MARKS&SPENCER/
RTR2KVX7
April 06, 2011
A branch of retail store Marks & Spencer is seen in central London April 6, 2011. Marks & Spencer defied...
London, United Kingdom
A branch of retail store Marks and Spencer is seen in central London
A branch of retail store Marks & Spencer is seen in central London April 6, 2011. Marks & Spencer defied the gloom surrounding British retailers, beating forecasts with flat underlying sales as it lured cash-strapped shoppers with new ranges like healthy foods and old favourites like lingerie. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS)
BADMINTON/ENGLAND
RTR2JL48
March 08, 2011
Britain's Gail Emms (above) celebrates with her teammate Nathan Robertson after they defeated China's...
Athens, Greece
To match Feature BADMINTON/ENGLAND
Britain's Gail Emms (above) celebrates with her teammate Nathan Robertson after they defeated China's Chen Qiqiu and Zhao Tingting in their mixed doubles badminton quarter-final match in the Athens 2004 Olympic Games August 16, 2004. England is on the brink of an unprecedented spell of top-class, global badminton more than sufficient to dispel any gloom. It kicks off with the All England tournament in Birmingham this week (March 9-13, 2011) followed by the world championships at Wembley in August and the Olympics at the same venue in 2012. The cornucopia follows Liverpool and Manchester staging major European championships in the last couple of years but for global tastes the best is yet to come. Picture taken August 16, 2004. To match Feature BADMINTON/ENGLAND REUTERS/Zainal Abd Halim (GREECE - Tags: SPORT BADMINTON OLYMPICS)
BADMINTON/ENGLAND
RTR2JL45
March 08, 2011
Britain's Nathan Robertson (L) and Gail Emms celebrate with their silver medals after their mixed doubles...
Athens, Greece
To match Feature BADMINTON/ENGLAND
Britain's Nathan Robertson (L) and Gail Emms celebrate with their silver medals after their mixed doubles badminton gold medal game against China's Gao Ling and Zhang Jun at the Athens 2004 Olympic Summer Games August 19, 2004. England is on the brink of an unprecedented spell of top-class, global badminton more than sufficient to dispel any gloom. It kicks off with the All England tournament in Birmingham this week (March 9-13) followed by the world championships at Wembley in August and the Olympics at the same venue in 2012. The cornucopia follows Liverpool and Manchester staging major European championships in the last couple of years but for global tastes the best is yet to come. Picture taken August 19, 2004. To match Feature BADMINTON/ENGLAND REUTERS/Toby Melville (GREECE - Tags: SPORT BADMINTON OLYMPICS)
ECUADOR-MINERS/
RTXTNZJ
October 20, 2010
Members of the rescue team prepare to retrieve the bodies of Angel Vera and Pedro Mendoza, two of the...
Quito, Ecuador
Members of the rescue team prepare to retrieve the bodies of two of the four night shift miners who were...
Members of the rescue team prepare to retrieve the bodies of Angel Vera and Pedro Mendoza, two of the four night shift miners who were trapped underground, at a mine run by Minesadco in Portovelo October 20, 2010. Rescue workers found the last two corpses on Wednesday of four Ecuadorean miners killed by a cave-in at the remote gold mine six days ago. Gloom among rescuers and relatives at the mine in Ecuador contrasted with last week's jubilation in Chile, where 33 workers were rescued after more than two months underground. REUTERS/Gary Granja (ECUADOR - Tags: DISASTER BUSINESS)
ECUADOR-MINERS/
RTXTNYT
October 20, 2010
A member of the rescue team is supported by police officers after he suffocated during the rescue mission...
Quito, Ecuador
A member of the rescue team is supported by police officers after he suffocated during the rescue mission...
A member of the rescue team is supported by police officers after he suffocated during the rescue mission at a mine run by Minesadco in Portovelo October 20, 2010. Rescue workers found the last two corpses on Wednesday of four Ecuadorean miners killed by a cave-in at the remote gold mine six days ago. Gloom among rescuers and relatives at the mine in Ecuador contrasted with last week's jubilation in Chile, where 33 workers were rescued after more than two months underground. REUTERS/Gary Granja (ECUADOR - Tags: DISASTER BUSINESS)
AUSTRALIA-ECONOMY/
RTR2G7EH
July 08, 2010
An office worker walks by, on a rainy winter afternoon in central Sydney July 8, 2010. Australian employment...
Sydney, Australia
An office worker walks by, on a rainy winter afternoon in central Sydney
An office worker walks by, on a rainy winter afternoon in central Sydney July 8, 2010. Australian employment blew past all expectations with a rise of 45,900 in June, providing a timely boost to household incomes and spending amid global gloom while reviving the risk of a further rise in interest rates. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT ENVIRONMENT)
AUSTRALIA-ECONOMY/
RTR2G7EF
July 08, 2010
An office worker walks by, on a rainy winter afternoon in central Sydney July 8, 2010. Australian employment...
Sydney, Australia
An office worker walks by, on a rainy winter afternoon in central Sydney
An office worker walks by, on a rainy winter afternoon in central Sydney July 8, 2010. Australian employment blew past all expectations with a rise of 45,900 in June, providing a timely boost to household incomes and spending amid global gloom while reviving the risk of a further rise in interest rates. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT ENVIRONMENT IMAGES OF THE DAY)
LEBANON-SOUTH/ECONOMY
RTR2DV3G
May 14, 2010
Khalil Abdallah, a 58 years old construction contractor, speaks on the phone at the under construction...
Wazzani, Lebanon
To match feature LEBANON-SOUTH/ECONOMY
Khalil Abdallah, a 58 years old construction contractor, speaks on the phone at the under construction Wazzani Fortress Tourist Village, along the U.N. "Blue Line" dividing Israel and Lebanon, in Wazzani, southern Lebanon May 6, 2010. Neglect still stalks the south, 10 years after Shi'ite Hezbollah guerrillas drove Israeli occupation troops out. There are few jobs for villagers here. However, amidst the prevailing economic gloom are unexpected bright spots provided by some daring entrepreneurs. Abdallah for instance, who left a life in Abidjan to build this tourist resort, and his partners are sinking $3 million into the 50,000-square metre resort that will boast assorted swimming pools, chalets, restaurants and even a conference centre and wedding hall. Picture taken May 6, 2010. To match feature LEBANON-SOUTH/ECONOMY REUTERS/Karamallah Daher (LEBANON - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS CONFLICT TRAVEL)
GREECE-TOWN/
RTR2AJXN
February 19, 2010
A waiter works at a seaside tavern in Porto Rafti close to Markopoulo, east of Athens February 17, 2010....
Markopoulo, Greece
A waiter works at a seaside tavern in Porto Rafti close to Markopoulo
A waiter works at a seaside tavern in Porto Rafti close to Markopoulo, east of Athens February 17, 2010. This one-time rural backwater east of Athens has gone from Olympic boom-town to economic gloom-town in barely five years.Markopoulo's dream of prosperity, conjured up by the 2004 Olympic Games, evaporated when debt-stricken Greece entered its first recession in 16 years.Picture taken February 17. To match feature GREECE-TOWN/ REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
GREECE-TOWN/
RTR2AJWV
February 19, 2010
A woman picks a pie in a snack bar, where all prices have been cut by 20 percent, in Markopoulo, east...
multiple cities, Greece
A woman picks a pie in a snack bar, where all prices have been cut by 20 percent, in Markopoulo
A woman picks a pie in a snack bar, where all prices have been cut by 20 percent, in Markopoulo, east of Athens February 17, 2010. This one-time rural backwater east of Athens has gone from Olympic boom-town to economic gloom-town in barely five years.Markopoulo's dream of prosperity, conjured up by the 2004 Olympic Games, evaporated when debt-stricken Greece entered its first recession in 16 years. Picture taken February 17. REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SPORT OLYMPICS FOOD)
GREECE-TOWN/
RTR2AJWT
February 19, 2010
A labourer works at a construction site in Markopoulo, east of Athens February 17, 2010. This one-time...
Markopoulo, Greece
A labourer works at a construction site in Markopoulo
A labourer works at a construction site in Markopoulo, east of Athens February 17, 2010. This one-time rural backwater east of Athens has gone from Olympic boom-town to economic gloom-town in barely five years. Markopoulo's dream of prosperity, conjured up by the 2004 Olympic Games, evaporated when debt-stricken Greece entered its first recession in 16 years.Picture taken February 17. REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT SPORT OLYMPICS)
GREECE-TOWN/
RTR2AJW0
February 19, 2010
A labourer works at a construction site in Markopoulo, east of Athens February 17, 2010. This one-time...
Markopoulo, Greece
To match feature GREECE-TOWN/
A labourer works at a construction site in Markopoulo, east of Athens February 17, 2010. This one-time rural backwater east of Athens has gone from Olympic boom-town to economic gloom-town in barely five years. Markopoulo's dream of prosperity, conjured up by the 2004 Olympic Games, evaporated when debt-stricken Greece entered its first recession in 16 years. Picture taken February 17. To match feature GREECE-TOWN/ REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
GREECE-TOWN/
RTR2AJVV
February 19, 2010
A construction site is seen in Markopoulo, east of Athens February 17, 2010. This one-time rural backwater...
Markopoulo, Greece
To match feature GREECE-TOWN/
A construction site is seen in Markopoulo, east of Athens February 17, 2010. This one-time rural backwater east of Athens has gone from Olympic boom-town to economic gloom-town in barely five years. Markopoulo's dream of prosperity, conjured up by the 2004 Olympic Games, evaporated when debt-stricken Greece entered its first recession in 16 years. Picture taken February 17. To match feature GREECE-TOWN/ REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
CENTRALASIA-SECURITY/
RTR29ZVO
February 09, 2010
A man attends Friday prayers under a snowfall at the Central mosque in Almaty February 5, 2010. A vast...
Almaty, Kazakhstan
To match analysis CENTRALASIA-SECURITY/
A man attends Friday prayers under a snowfall at the Central mosque in Almaty February 5, 2010. A vast region wedged between China, Iran, Afghanistan and Russia, Central Asia found itself on the frontline of global affairs last year when it agreed to host a vital new supply route for NATO forces fighting the Taliban in Afghanistan. Gripped by deepening gloom about economic stagnation and poverty, the mainly Muslim but secular region has become increasingly susceptible to extremist ideas in past years. Picture taken February 5, 2010. To match analysis CENTRALASIA-SECURITY/ REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN - Tags: RELIGION POLITICS ENVIRONMENT)
CENTRALASIA-SECURITY/
RTR29ZVN
February 09, 2010
Muslims attend Friday prayers under a snowfall at the Central mosque in Almaty February 5, 2010. A vast...
Almaty, Kazakhstan
To match analysis CENTRALASIA-SECURITY/
Muslims attend Friday prayers under a snowfall at the Central mosque in Almaty February 5, 2010. A vast region wedged between China, Iran, Afghanistan and Russia, Central Asia found itself on the frontline of global affairs last year when it agreed to host a vital new supply route for NATO forces fighting the Taliban in Afghanistan. Gripped by deepening gloom about economic stagnation and poverty, the mainly Muslim but secular region has become increasingly susceptible to extremist ideas in past years. Picture taken February 5, 2010. To match analysis CENTRALASIA-SECURITY/ REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN - Tags: RELIGION POLITICS ENVIRONMENT)
CENTRALASIA-SECURITY/
RTR29ZVM
February 09, 2010
Muslims attend Friday prayers under a snowfall at the Central mosque in Almaty February 5, 2010. A vast...
Almaty, Kazakhstan
To match analysis CENTRALASIA-SECURITY/
Muslims attend Friday prayers under a snowfall at the Central mosque in Almaty February 5, 2010. A vast region wedged between China, Iran, Afghanistan and Russia, Central Asia found itself on the frontline of global affairs last year when it agreed to host a vital new supply route for NATO forces fighting the Taliban in Afghanistan. Gripped by deepening gloom about economic stagnation and poverty, the mainly Muslim but secular region has become increasingly susceptible to extremist ideas in past years. Picture taken February 5, 2010. To match analysis CENTRALASIA-SECURITY/ REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN - Tags: RELIGION POLITICS ENVIRONMENT IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CENTRALASIA-SECURITY/
RTR29ZVJ
February 09, 2010
Muslims attend Friday prayers under a snowfall at the Central mosque in Almaty February 5, 2010. A vast...
Almaty, Kazakhstan
To match analysis CENTRALASIA-SECURITY/
Muslims attend Friday prayers under a snowfall at the Central mosque in Almaty February 5, 2010. A vast region wedged between China, Iran, Afghanistan and Russia, Central Asia found itself on the frontline of global affairs last year when it agreed to host a vital new supply route for NATO forces fighting the Taliban in Afghanistan. Gripped by deepening gloom about economic stagnation and poverty, the mainly Muslim but secular region has become increasingly susceptible to extremist ideas in past years. Picture taken February 5, 2010. To match analysis CENTRALASIA-SECURITY/ REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN - Tags: RELIGION POLITICS)
CENTRALASIA-SECURITY/
RTR29ZVI
February 09, 2010
Muslims attend Friday prayers under a snowfall at the Central mosque in Almaty February 5, 2010. A vast...
Almaty, Kazakhstan
To match analysis CENTRALASIA-SECURITY/
Muslims attend Friday prayers under a snowfall at the Central mosque in Almaty February 5, 2010. A vast region wedged between China, Iran, Afghanistan and Russia, Central Asia found itself on the frontline of global affairs last year when it agreed to host a vital new supply route for NATO forces fighting the Taliban in Afghanistan. Gripped by deepening gloom about economic stagnation and poverty, the mainly Muslim but secular region has become increasingly susceptible to extremist ideas in past years. Picture taken February 5, 2010. To match analysis CENTRALASIA-SECURITY/ REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN - Tags: RELIGION POLITICS)
CENTRALASIA-SECURITY/
RTR29ZVG
February 09, 2010
Muslims attend Friday prayers under a snowfall at the Central mosque in Almaty February 5, 2010. A vast...
Almaty, Kazakhstan
To match analysis CENTRALASIA-SECURITY/
Muslims attend Friday prayers under a snowfall at the Central mosque in Almaty February 5, 2010. A vast region wedged between China, Iran, Afghanistan and Russia, Central Asia found itself on the frontline of global affairs last year when it agreed to host a vital new supply route for NATO forces fighting the Taliban in Afghanistan. Gripped by deepening gloom about economic stagnation and poverty, the mainly Muslim but secular region has become increasingly susceptible to extremist ideas in past years. Picture taken February 5, 2010. To match analysis CENTRALASIA-SECURITY/ REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN - Tags: RELIGION POLITICS)
BRITAIN-LABOUR/
RTXP1SL
September 28, 2009
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown gestures as he introduces speakers during the annual Labour Party...
Brighton, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Brown introduces speakers during the annual Labour Party Conference in Brighton...
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown gestures as he introduces speakers during the annual Labour Party Conference in Brighton in south England September 28, 2009. Opinion polls cast gloom over Britain's ruling Labour Party on Monday at its last annual conference before a general election which the opposition centre-right Conservatives are forecast to win. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN POLITICS)
BRITAIN-LABOUR/
RTXP1SJ
September 28, 2009
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown gestures as he introduces speakers during the annual Labour Party...
Brighton, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Brown introduces speakers during the annual Labour Party Conference in Brighton...
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown gestures as he introduces speakers during the annual Labour Party Conference in Brighton in south England September 28, 2009. Opinion polls cast gloom over Britain's ruling Labour Party on Monday at its last annual conference before a general election which the opposition centre-right Conservatives are forecast to win. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN POLITICS)
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