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GREECE-DEBT/
RTX6JAQA
December 20, 2018
UPDATE Data as of Sept 30, 2018. Greece has been living primarily on money borrowed from euro zone governments...
Interactive Content
UPDATE Greek debt media-interactive
UPDATE Data as of Sept 30, 2018. Greece has been living primarily on money borrowed from euro zone governments in three bailouts since 2010. embed code and instructions: https://reut.rs/2SbtYB7
EUROZONE-GREECE/
RTS1Y0W6
August 20, 2018
Greece has been living primarily on money borrowed from euro zone governments in three bailouts since...
Interactive Content
Greek debt media-interactive
Greece has been living primarily on money borrowed from euro zone governments in three bailouts since 2010. embed code and instructions: https://reut.rs/2OKKmGo
GREECE-DEBT/ C
RTX6AE5G
June 21, 2018
UPDATE Data as of Sept 30, 2018. Greece has been living primarily on money borrowed from euro zone governments...
Greece
UPDATE Greek debt EPS C
UPDATE Data as of Sept 30, 2018. Greece has been living primarily on money borrowed from euro zone governments in three bailouts since 2010.
EUROZONE-BONDS/GREECE
RTX6AE4T
June 21, 2018
Greece has been living primarily on money borrowed from euro zone governments in three bailouts since...
Interactive Content
Greek debt media-interactive
Greece has been living primarily on money borrowed from euro zone governments in three bailouts since 2010, when it lost market access because of a ballooning budget deficit, huge public debt and an inefficient economy and welfare system. embed code and instructions: https://reut.rs/2JZMr3p
EUROZONE-GREECE/
RTX6ADXW
June 21, 2018
Greece has been living primarily on money borrowed from euro zone governments in three bailouts since...
Interactive Content
Greek debt media-interactive
Greece has been living primarily on money borrowed from euro zone governments in three bailouts since 2010, when it lost market access because of a ballooning budget deficit, huge public debt and an inefficient economy and welfare system. embed code and instructions: https://reut.rs/2JZMr3p
USA-CONGRESS/
RTX3F775
September 07, 2017
Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) speaks to reporters before the Senate approved $15.25 billion in aid for...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) speaks to reporters before the Senate approved $15.25 billion in aid for...
Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) speaks to reporters before the Senate approved $15.25 billion in aid for areas affected by Hurricane Harvey along with measures that would fund the federal government and raise its borrowing limit on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., September 7, 2017. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts
USA-CONGRESS/
RTX3F773
September 07, 2017
Senator Pat Roberts (R-KS) stands in an elevator before the Senate approved $15.25 billion in aid for...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Senator Pat Roberts (R-KS) stands in an elevator before the Senate approved $15.25 billion in aid for...
Senator Pat Roberts (R-KS) stands in an elevator before the Senate approved $15.25 billion in aid for areas affected by Hurricane Harvey along with measures that would fund the federal government and raise its borrowing limit on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., September 7, 2017. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts
USA-CONGRESS/
RTX3F75V
September 07, 2017
Senators Kamala Harris (D-CA) speaks to Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) after the Senate approved $15.25 billion...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Senators Kamala Harris (D-CA) speaks to Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) after the Senate approved $15.25 billion...
Senators Kamala Harris (D-CA) speaks to Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) after the Senate approved $15.25 billion in aid for areas affected by Hurricane Harvey along with measures that would fund the federal government and raise its borrowing limit on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., September 7, 2017. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts
USA-CONGRESS/
RTX3F75F
September 07, 2017
Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) speaks to reporters after the Senate approved $15.25 billion in aid for...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) speaks to reporters after the Senate approved $15.25 billion in aid for...
Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) speaks to reporters after the Senate approved $15.25 billion in aid for areas affected by Hurricane Harvey along with measures that would fund the federal government and raise its borrowing limit on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., September 7, 2017. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts
USA-CONGRESS/
RTX3F75E
September 07, 2017
Senator Richard Burr (R-NC) walks after the Senate approved $15.25 billion in aid for areas affected...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Senator Richard Burr (R-NC) walks after the Senate approved $15.25 billion in aid for areas affected...
Senator Richard Burr (R-NC) walks after the Senate approved $15.25 billion in aid for areas affected by Hurricane Harvey along with measures that would fund the federal government and raise its borrowing limit on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., September 7, 2017. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts
USA-CONGRESS/
RTX3F753
September 07, 2017
Senator Richard Burr (R-NC) speaks to reporters after the Senate approved $15.25 billion in aid for areas...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Senator Richard Burr (R-NC) speaks to reporters after the Senate approved $15.25 billion in aid for areas...
Senator Richard Burr (R-NC) speaks to reporters after the Senate approved $15.25 billion in aid for areas affected by Hurricane Harvey along with measures that would fund the federal government and raise its borrowing limit on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., September 7, 2017. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts
USA-CONGRESS/
RTX3F74Y
September 07, 2017
Senator Tim Scott (R-SC) walks after the Senate approved $15.25 billion in aid for areas affected by...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Senator Tim Scott (R-SC) walks after the Senate approved $15.25 billion in aid for areas affected by...
Senator Tim Scott (R-SC) walks after the Senate approved $15.25 billion in aid for areas affected by Hurricane Harvey along with measures that would fund the federal government and raise its borrowing limit on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., September 7, 2017. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts
USA-CONGRESS/
RTX3F74X
September 07, 2017
Senator Tim Scott (R-SC) walks after the Senate approved $15.25 billion in aid for areas affected by...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Senator Tim Scott walks after the Senate approved $15.25 billion in aid for areas affected by Hurricane...
Senator Tim Scott (R-SC) walks after the Senate approved $15.25 billion in aid for areas affected by Hurricane Harvey along with measures that would fund the federal government and raise its borrowing limit on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., September 7, 2017. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts
USA-CONGRESS/
RTX3F74U
September 07, 2017
Senator Susan Collins (R-ME) speaks to reporters after the Senate approved $15.25 billion in aid for...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Senator Susan Collins (R-ME) speaks to reporters after the Senate approved $15.25 billion in aid for...
Senator Susan Collins (R-ME) speaks to reporters after the Senate approved $15.25 billion in aid for areas affected by Hurricane Harvey along with measures that would fund the federal government and raise its borrowing limit on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., September 7, 2017. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts
USA-CONGRESS/
RTX3F74J
September 07, 2017
Senator Christopher Murphy (D-CT) speaks to reporters after the Senate approved $15.25 billion in aid...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Senator Christopher Murphy (D-CT) speaks to reporters after the Senate approved $15.25 billion in aid...
Senator Christopher Murphy (D-CT) speaks to reporters after the Senate approved $15.25 billion in aid for areas affected by Hurricane Harvey along with measures that would fund the federal government and raise its borrowing limit on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., September 7, 2017. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts
USA-CONGRESS/
RTX3F74D
September 07, 2017
Senator Orrin Hatch (R-UT) speaks to reporters after the Senate approved $15.25 billion in aid for areas...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Senator Orrin Hatch (R-UT) speaks to reporters after the Senate approved $15.25 billion in aid for areas...
Senator Orrin Hatch (R-UT) speaks to reporters after the Senate approved $15.25 billion in aid for areas affected by Hurricane Harvey along with measures that would fund the federal government and raise its borrowing limit on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., September 7, 2017. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts
USA-CONGRESS/
RTX3F74B
September 07, 2017
Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) speaks to reporters after the Senate approved $15.25 billion in aid for...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) speaks to reporters after the Senate approved $15.25 billion in aid for...
Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) speaks to reporters after the Senate approved $15.25 billion in aid for areas affected by Hurricane Harvey along with measures that would fund the federal government and raise its borrowing limit on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., September 7, 2017. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts
USA-CONGRESS/
RTX3F74A
September 07, 2017
Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) speaks to reporters after the Senate approved $15.25 billion in aid for...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) speaks to reporters after the Senate approved $15.25 billion in aid for...
Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) speaks to reporters after the Senate approved $15.25 billion in aid for areas affected by Hurricane Harvey along with measures that would fund the federal government and raise its borrowing limit on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., September 7, 2017. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts
USA-CONGRESS/
RTX3F748
September 07, 2017
Senator Bob Corker (R-TN) speaks to reporters after the Senate approved $15.25 billion in aid for areas...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Senator Bob Corker (R-TN) speaks to reporters after the Senate approved $15.25 billion in aid for areas...
Senator Bob Corker (R-TN) speaks to reporters after the Senate approved $15.25 billion in aid for areas affected by Hurricane Harvey along with measures that would fund the federal government and raise its borrowing limit on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., September 7, 2017. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts
USA-CONGRESS/
RTX3F746
September 07, 2017
Senator Bob Corker (R-TN) speaks to reporters after the Senate approved $15.25 billion in aid for areas...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Senator Bob Corker (R-TN) speaks to reporters after the Senate approved $15.25 billion in aid for areas...
Senator Bob Corker (R-TN) speaks to reporters after the Senate approved $15.25 billion in aid for areas affected by Hurricane Harvey along with measures that would fund the federal government and raise its borrowing limit on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., September 7, 2017. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts
USA-CONGRESS/
RTX3F73S
September 07, 2017
Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) speaks to reporters after the Senate approved $15.25 billion in aid for areas...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) speaks to reporters after the Senate approved $15.25 billion in aid for areas...
Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) speaks to reporters after the Senate approved $15.25 billion in aid for areas affected by Hurricane Harvey along with measures that would fund the federal government and raise its borrowing limit on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., September 7, 2017. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts
MONGOLIA-POLLUTION/
RTX2ZZYG
February 07, 2017
Setevdorj Myagmartsogt holds his hands above his new coal burning stove while talking to reporters in...
Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
The Wider Image: Mongolia's toxic smog
Setevdorj Myagmartsogt holds his hands above his new coal burning stove while talking to reporters in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia January 29, 2017. Setevdorj Myagmartsogt lives with his wife, four children and two relatives in his cramped ger home above a coal depot not far from the city centre. The government offers free electricity to homes without access to city's central heating grid, but electric heating units are too expensive to families like MyagmartsogtÕs. The family doesnÕt have access to their own electricity line and borrows it from a neighbour. REUTERS/B. Rentsendorj SEARCH "RENTSENDORJ POLLUTION" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
INDIA-BUDGET/
RTS8Q8C
March 01, 2016
A farmer tries to pull a bull which collapsed on the way to a field in Karjat, India, March 1, 2016....
KARJAT, India
A farmer tries to pull a bull which collapsed on the way to a field in Karjat
A farmer tries to pull a bull which collapsed on the way to a field in Karjat, India, March 1, 2016. India unveiled a fire-fighting budget on Monday that seeks to win back support among rural voters for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government and sustain growth against a grim global backdrop - all without borrowing more. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui
INDIA-BUDGET/
RTS8Q8B
March 01, 2016
A laborer ties a bundle of rice saplings as others plant them in another field in Karjat, India, March...
KARJAT, India
A laborer ties a bundle of rice saplings as others plant them in another field in Karjat
A laborer ties a bundle of rice saplings as others plant them in another field in Karjat, India, March 1, 2016. India unveiled a fire-fighting budget on Monday that seeks to win back support among rural voters for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government and sustain growth against a grim global backdrop - all without borrowing more. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui
INDIA-BUDGET/
RTS8Q7T
March 01, 2016
Laborers rest during a lunch break next to a paddy field in Karjat, India, March 1, 2016. India unveiled...
KARJAT, India
Laborers rest during a lunch break next to a paddy field in Karjat
Laborers rest during a lunch break next to a paddy field in Karjat, India, March 1, 2016. India unveiled a fire-fighting budget on Monday that seeks to win back support among rural voters for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government and sustain growth against a grim global backdrop - all without borrowing more. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui
INDIA-BUDGET/
RTS8Q7S
March 01, 2016
Laborers collect rice saplings as others plant them in another field in Karjat, India, March 1, 2016....
KARJAT, India
Laborers collect rice saplings as others plant them in another field in Karjat
Laborers collect rice saplings as others plant them in another field in Karjat, India, March 1, 2016. India unveiled a fire-fighting budget on Monday that seeks to win back support among rural voters for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government and sustain growth against a grim global backdrop - all without borrowing more. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui
INDIA-BUDGET/
RTS8Q4K
March 01, 2016
A farmer ploughs as others plant rice saplings in a paddy field in Karjat, India, March 1, 2016. India...
KARJAT, India
A farmer ploughs as others plant rice saplings in a paddy field in Karjat
A farmer ploughs as others plant rice saplings in a paddy field in Karjat, India, March 1, 2016. India unveiled a fire-fighting budget on Monday that seeks to win back support among rural voters for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government and sustain growth against a grim global backdrop - all without borrowing more. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui
INDIA-BUDGET/
RTS8Q4I
March 01, 2016
A laborer throws rice saplings as others plant them in another field in Karjat, India, March 1, 2016....
KARJAT, India
A laborer throws rice saplings as others plant them in another field in Karjat
A laborer throws rice saplings as others plant them in another field in Karjat, India, March 1, 2016. India unveiled a fire-fighting budget on Monday that seeks to win back support among rural voters for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government and sustain growth against a grim global backdrop - all without borrowing more. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui
INDIA-BUDGET/
RTS8JNE
February 29, 2016
A street side restaurant owner holds a bundle of Indian currency notes as he stands outside his restaurant...
New Delhi, India
A street side restaurant owner holds a bundle of Indian currency notes as he stands outside his restaurant...
A street side restaurant owner holds a bundle of Indian currency notes as he stands outside his restaurant in New Delhi, India, February 29, 2016. India unveiled a fire-fighting budget on Monday that seeks to win back support among rural voters for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government and sustain growth against a grim global backdrop - all without borrowing more. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi
INDIA-BUDGET/
RTS8JNC
February 29, 2016
A street side restaurant owner holds a bundle of Indian currency notes as he stands outside his restaurant...
New Delhi, India
A street side restaurant owner holds a bundle of Indian currency notes as he stands outside his restaurant...
A street side restaurant owner holds a bundle of Indian currency notes as he stands outside his restaurant in New Delhi, India, February 29, 2016. India unveiled a fire-fighting budget on Monday that seeks to win back support among rural voters for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government and sustain growth against a grim global backdrop - all without borrowing more. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi
INDIA-BUDGET/
RTS8JNA
February 29, 2016
A man counts his currency after buying food from a street side restaurant in New Delhi, India, February...
New Delhi, India
A man counts his currency after buying food from a street side restaurant in New Delhi
A man counts his currency after buying food from a street side restaurant in New Delhi, India, February 29, 2016. India unveiled a fire-fighting budget on Monday that seeks to win back support among rural voters for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government and sustain growth against a grim global backdrop - all without borrowing more. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi
INDIA-BUDGET/RAILWAYS
RTX28CVB
February 24, 2016
A labourer works on a railway track during repairs and maintenance of the tracks in Ahmedabad, India,...
Ahmedabad, India
A labourer works on a railway track during repairs and maintenance of the tracks in Ahmedabad
A labourer works on a railway track during repairs and maintenance of the tracks in Ahmedabad, 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/Amit Dave
INDIA-BUDGET/RAILWAYS
RTX28CV9
February 24, 2016
A worker welds the door of a luggage compartment of a passenger train at a railway yard in Ahmedabad,...
Ahmedabad, India
A worker welds the door of a luggage compartment of a passenger train at a railway yard in Ahmedabad
A worker welds the door of a luggage compartment of a passenger train at a railway yard in Ahmedabad, 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/Amit Dave
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
RTX28CV4
February 24, 2016
A man riding his motorbike crosses a railway track in Ahmedabad, India, February 24, 2016. India's federal-run...
Ahmedabad, India
A man riding his motorbike crosses a railway track in Ahmedabad
A man riding his motorbike crosses a railway track in Ahmedabad, 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/Amit Dave
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
INDIA-BUDGET/RAILWAYS
RTX28CUW
February 24, 2016
A man carries his bicycle as he crosses a railway track in Ahmedabad, India, February 24, 2016. India's...
Ahmedabad, India
A man carries his bicycle as he crosses a railway track in Ahmedabad
A man carries his bicycle as he crosses a railway track in Ahmedabad, 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/Amit Dave
INDIA-BUDGET/RAILWAYS
RTX28CUQ
February 24, 2016
Labourers work at the installation site of a new railway track on the outskirts of Agartala, India, India,...
Agartala, India
Labourers work at the installation site of a new railway track on the outskirts of Agartala
Labourers work at the installation site of a new railway track on the outskirts of Agartala, India, India, February 22, 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 22, 2016. REUTERS/Jayanta Dey
INDONESIA-ECONOMY/
RTS2EXB
September 30, 2015
Indonesia's Finance Minister Bambang Brodjonegoro speaks with Reuters during an interview at his office...
Jakarta, Indonesia
Indonesia's Finance Minister Bambang Brodjonegoro speaks with Reuters during an interview at his office...
Indonesia's Finance Minister Bambang Brodjonegoro speaks with Reuters during an interview at his office in Jakarta September 30, 2015. Indonesia will seek to shield itself from the spread of any financial contagion from Malaysia by improving market sentiment and using government borrowing to boost dollar inflows, Brodjonegoro said on Wednesday. To match Interview INDONESIA-ECONOMY/ REUTERS/Darren Whiteside
INDONESIA-ECONOMY/
RTS2EXA
September 30, 2015
Indonesia's Finance Minister Bambang Brodjonegoro speaks with Reuters during an interview at his office...
Jakarta, Indonesia
Indonesia's Finance Minister Bambang Brodjonegoro speaks with Reuters during an interview at his office...
Indonesia's Finance Minister Bambang Brodjonegoro speaks with Reuters during an interview at his office in Jakarta September 30, 2015. Indonesia will seek to shield itself from the spread of any financial contagion from Malaysia by improving market sentiment and using government borrowing to boost dollar inflows, Brodjonegoro said on Wednesday. To match Interview INDONESIA-ECONOMY/ REUTERS/Darren Whiteside
USA-FISCAL/
RTS29YZ
September 29, 2015
U.S. House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) participates in a news conference following a closed Republican...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Boehner participates in news conference following closed Republican House caucus meeting at the U.S....
U.S. House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) participates in a news conference following a closed Republican House caucus meeting at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, September 29, 2015. As the U.S. Congress on Tuesday moved toward passing a short-term funding bill to avert government shutdowns this week, House Speaker John Boehner left open the possibility of tackling major fiscal measures in October, including raising the nation's borrowing limit. When asked by a reporter whether he would advance a debt limit bill before resigning from Congress on October 30, Boehner said: "We'll have to see. There are a number of issues that we're going to try to deal with over the coming month. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
USA-FISCAL/
RTS29XV
September 29, 2015
U.S. House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) re-enters after excusing himself from a news conference following...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. House Speaker Boehner re-enters after excusing himself from news conference following a closed Republican...
U.S. House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) re-enters after excusing himself from a news conference following a closed Republican House caucus meeting at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, September 29, 2015. As the U.S. Congress on Tuesday moved toward passing a short-term funding bill to avert government shutdowns this week, House Speaker John Boehner left open the possibility of tackling major fiscal measures in October, including raising the nation's borrowing limit. When asked by a reporter whether he would advance a debt limit bill before resigning from Congress on October 30, Boehner said: "We'll have to see. There are a number of issues that we're going to try to deal with over the coming month. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
USA-FISCAL/
RTS29XT
September 29, 2015
U.S. House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) re-enters after excusing himself from a news conference following...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. House Speaker John Boehner re-enters after excusing himself from news conference following closed...
U.S. House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) re-enters after excusing himself from a news conference following a closed Republican House caucus meeting at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, September 29, 2015. As the U.S. Congress on Tuesday moved toward passing a short-term funding bill to avert government shutdowns this week, House Speaker John Boehner left open the possibility of tackling major fiscal measures in October, including raising the nation's borrowing limit. When asked by a reporter whether he would advance a debt limit bill before resigning from Congress on October 30, Boehner said: "We'll have to see. There are a number of issues that we're going to try to deal with over the coming month. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
SINGAPORE-PROPERTY/
RTSB8V
September 09, 2015
A view of a construction site of a public residential apartment estate next to completed estates in Singapore...
Singapore, Singapore
A view of a construction site of a public residential apartment estate next to completed estates in Singapore...
A view of a construction site of a public residential apartment estate next to completed estates in Singapore September 7, 2015. Singapore's private home prices are expected to extend their longest stretch of decline in over a decade as an imminent U.S. interest rate hike threatens to push up borrowing costs, in a market where measures to cool prices have also strangled demand. Prices have fallen about 7 percent over the past seven quarters, after the government raised stamp duties and tightened lending criteria. But the pace of decline pales in comparison to the 60 percent surge of the four years to 2013, as overseas investors in particular took advantage of low interest rates. Housing prices are a hot topic in the land-starved country, home to some of the world's most expensive real estate. Prices topped the agenda in a 2011 election decided by the slimmest-ever margin, and voters at some party rallies said prices will be on their minds when they go to the polls again on Friday. Picture taken September 7, 2015. REUTERS/Edgar Su
SINGAPORE-PROPERTY/
RTSB8U
September 09, 2015
A worker works on the facade of a residential apartment estate at a construction site in Singapore September...
Singapore, Singapore
A worker works on the facade of a residential apartment estate at a construction site in Singapore
A worker works on the facade of a residential apartment estate at a construction site in Singapore September 4, 2015. Singapore's private home prices are expected to extend their longest stretch of decline in over a decade as an imminent U.S. interest rate hike threatens to push up borrowing costs, in a market where measures to cool prices have also strangled demand. Prices have fallen about 7 percent over the past seven quarters, after the government raised stamp duties and tightened lending criteria. But the pace of decline pales in comparison to the 60 percent surge of the four years to 2013, as overseas investors in particular took advantage of low interest rates. Housing prices are a hot topic in the land-starved country, home to some of the world's most expensive real estate. Prices topped the agenda in a 2011 election decided by the slimmest-ever margin, and voters at some party rallies said prices will be on their minds when they go to the polls again on Friday. Picture taken September 4, 2015. REUTERS/Edgar Su
SINGAPORE-PROPERTY/
RTSB8R
September 09, 2015
People pass construction sites of residential apartment estates in Singapore September 7, 2015. Singapore's...
Singapore, Singapore
People pass construction sites of residential apartment estates in Singapore
People pass construction sites of residential apartment estates in Singapore September 7, 2015. Singapore's private home prices are expected to extend their longest stretch of decline in over a decade as an imminent U.S. interest rate hike threatens to push up borrowing costs, in a market where measures to cool prices have also strangled demand. Prices have fallen about 7 percent over the past seven quarters, after the government raised stamp duties and tightened lending criteria. But the pace of decline pales in comparison to the 60 percent surge of the four years to 2013, as overseas investors in particular took advantage of low interest rates. Housing prices are a hot topic in the land-starved country, home to some of the world's most expensive real estate. Prices topped the agenda in a 2011 election decided by the slimmest-ever margin, and voters at some party rallies said prices will be on their minds when they go to the polls again on Friday. Picture taken September 7, 2015. REUTERS/Edgar Su
EUROZONE-GREECE/ECB
RTX1BRQA
May 06, 2015
A European Union (L) and a Greek national flag flutter atop the Greek Finance Ministry in Athens May...
Athens, Greece
An EU and a Greek national flag flutter atop the Greek Finance Ministry in Athens
A European Union (L) and a Greek national flag flutter atop the Greek Finance Ministry in Athens May 6, 2015. The European Central Bank's Governing Council on Wednesday may nudge up the amount of Emergency Liquidity Assistance teetering Greek banks can borrow, as Athens struggles to avert a potentially catastrophic funding crunch. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis
EUROZONE-GREECE/ECB
RTX1BRQ9
May 06, 2015
A European Union flag flutters as the ancient Parthenon temple is seen in the background in Athens May...
Athens, Greece
An EU flag flutters as the ancient Parthenon temple is seen in the background in Athens
A European Union flag flutters as the ancient Parthenon temple is seen in the background in Athens May 6, 2015. The European Central Bank's Governing Council on Wednesday may nudge up the amount of Emergency Liquidity Assistance teetering Greek banks can borrow, as Athens struggles to avert a potentially catastrophic funding crunch. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis
EUROZONE-GREECE/ECB
RTX1BRPY
May 06, 2015
An archaeologist works inside the Herodes Atticus theatre in Athens May 6, 2015. The European Central...
Athens, Greece
An archaeologist works inside the Herodes Atticus theatre in Athens
An archaeologist works inside the Herodes Atticus theatre in Athens May 6, 2015. The European Central Bank's Governing Council on Wednesday may nudge up the amount of Emergency Liquidity Assistance teetering Greek banks can borrow, as Athens struggles to avert a potentially catastrophic funding crunch. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis
EUROZONE-GREECE/ECB
RTX1BRPV
May 06, 2015
A pigeon sits on the mast of a European Union flag with the ancient Parthenon temple seen in the background...
Athens, Greece
Pigeon sits on the mast of an EU flag with the ancient Parthenon temple seen in the background in Athens...
A pigeon sits on the mast of a European Union flag with the ancient Parthenon temple seen in the background in Athens May 6, 2015. The European Central Bank's Governing Council on Wednesday may nudge up the amount of Emergency Liquidity Assistance teetering Greek banks can borrow, as Athens struggles to avert a potentially catastrophic funding crunch. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis
EUROZONE-GREECE/ECB
RTX1BRPT
May 06, 2015
A man makes his way past the Herodes Atticus theatre in Athens May 6, 2015. The European Central Bank's...
Athens, Greece
A man makes his way past the Herodes Atticus theatre in Athens
A man makes his way past the Herodes Atticus theatre in Athens May 6, 2015. The European Central Bank's Governing Council on Wednesday may nudge up the amount of Emergency Liquidity Assistance teetering Greek banks can borrow, as Athens struggles to avert a potentially catastrophic funding crunch. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis
GREECE-PIRAEUSBANK/LOANS
RTX19ZMJ
April 23, 2015
A customer uses an ATM outside a branch of Piraeus Bank in Athens April 23, 2015. Piraeus Bank will write...
Athens, Greece
A customer uses an ATM outside a branch of Piraeus Bank in Athens
A customer uses an ATM outside a branch of Piraeus Bank in Athens April 23, 2015. Piraeus Bank will write off credit cards and retail loans up to 20,000 euros ($21,484) for Greeks who qualify for help under a law the leftist government passed to provide relief to poverty-stricken borrowers, it said on Thursday. REUTERS/Kostas Tsironis
BRITAIN-ELECTIONS/DEBATE-CAMERON
RTR4VXZB
April 02, 2015
People watch the leaders debate in a house in the seaside town of Portstewart ahead of the United Kingdom...
PORTSTEWART, BRITAIN
People watch the leaders debate in a house in the seaside town of Portstewart ahead of the United Kingdom...
People watch the leaders debate in a house in the seaside town of Portstewart ahead of the United Kingdom General elections, April 2 , 2015. Prime Minister David Cameron on Thursday accused his political rivals of wanting to raise taxes and borrow more after coming under pressure from six party leaders over his plans to tackle Britain's 1.5 trillion pound ($2.2 trillion) debt mountain. In the first and only full TV debate of Britain's election campaign before a May 7 ballot, opposition Labour Party leader Ed Miliband and other party leaders said Cameron's plan to cut government spending went too far. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton
BRITAIN-ELECTIONS/DEBATE-CAMERON
RTR4VXYX
April 02, 2015
People watch the leaders debate on a tv in a house in the seaside town of Portstewart ahead of the United...
PORTSTEWART, BRITAIN
People watch the leaders debate on a tv in a house in the seaside town of Portstewart ahead of the United...
People watch the leaders debate on a tv in a house in the seaside town of Portstewart ahead of the United Kingdom General elections April 2 , 2015. Prime Minister David Cameron on Thursday accused his political rivals of wanting to raise taxes and borrow more after coming under pressure from six party leaders over his plans to tackle Britain's 1.5 trillion pound ($2.2 trillion) debt mountain. In the first and only full TV debate of Britain's election campaign before a May 7 ballot, opposition Labour Party leader Ed Miliband and other party leaders said Cameron's plan to cut government spending went too far. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton
BRITAIN-ELECTIONS/DEBATE-CAMERON
RTR4VXUA
April 02, 2015
People watch the leaders debate on a tv in a house in the seaside town of Portstewart ahead of the United...
PORTSTEWART, BRITAIN
People watch the leaders debate on a tv in a house in the seaside town of Portstewart ahead of the United...
People watch the leaders debate on a tv in a house in the seaside town of Portstewart ahead of the United Kingdom General elections, April 2, 2015. Prime Minister David Cameron on Thursday accused his political rivals of wanting to raise taxes and borrow more after coming under pressure from six party leaders over his plans to tackle Britain's 1.5 trillion pound ($2.2 trillion) debt mountain. In the first and only full TV debate of Britain's election campaign before a May 7 ballot, opposition Labour Party leader Ed Miliband and other party leaders said Cameron's plan to cut government spending went too far. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton
BRITAIN-ELECTIONS/DEBATE-CAMERON
RTR4VXRB
April 02, 2015
People watch the leaders debate on a tv in a house in the seaside town of Portstewart ahead of the United...
PORTSTEWART, BRITAIN
People watch the leaders debate on a tv in a house in the seaside town of Portstewart ahead of the United...
People watch the leaders debate on a tv in a house in the seaside town of Portstewart ahead of the United Kingdom General elections, April 2 , 2015. Prime Minister David Cameron on Thursday accused his political rivals of wanting to raise taxes and borrow more after coming under pressure from six party leaders over his plans to tackle Britain's 1.5 trillion pound ($2.2 trillion) debt mountain. In the first and only full TV debate of Britain's election campaign before a May 7 ballot, opposition Labour Party leader Ed Miliband and other party leaders said Cameron's plan to cut government spending went too far. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton
BRITAIN-ELECTIONS/DEBATE-CAMERON
RTR4VXQG
April 02, 2015
People watch the leaders debate on tv in a house in the seaside town of Portstewart ahead of the United...
PORTSTEWART, BRITAIN
People watch the leaders debate on tv in a house in the seaside town of Portstewart ahead of the United...
People watch the leaders debate on tv in a house in the seaside town of Portstewart ahead of the United Kingdom General elections, April 2, 2015. Prime Minister David Cameron on Thursday accused his political rivals of wanting to raise taxes and borrow more after coming under pressure from six party leaders over his plans to tackle Britain's 1.5 trillion pound ($2.2 trillion) debt mountain. In the first and only full TV debate of Britain's election campaign before a May 7 ballot, opposition Labour Party leader Ed Miliband and other party leaders said Cameron's plan to cut government spending went too far. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton
INDIA-ECONOMY/
RTR4REWH
February 27, 2015
A staff member (L) passes a pen to the Indian Finance Minister Arun Jaitley before making the final touches...
New Delhi, India
A staff member passes a pen to the Indian Finance Minister Jaitley before making the final touches to...
A staff member (L) passes a pen to the Indian Finance Minister Arun Jaitley before making the final touches to the federal budget 2015/16 in New Delhi February 27, 2015. India can increase investment to drive economic growth without borrowing more, a key government report said on Friday, in an indication that Finance Minister Jaitley will stick to debt targets in his maiden full-year budget on Saturday. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
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