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USA-TRUMP/
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September 05, 2020
Protesters gather outside Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Virginia, U.S., September 5, 2020. REUTERS/Yuri...
Sterling, UNITED STATES
President Donald Trump arrives at Trump National Golf Club in Sterling
Protesters gather outside Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Virginia, U.S., September 5, 2020. REUTERS/Yuri Gripas
BRITAIN-BANKNOTE/
RTSNIXY
September 13, 2016
Bank of England governor Mark Carney tests a new polymer five pound note as he buys lunch at Whitecross...
London, United Kingdom
Bank of England governor Carney tests a new polymer five pound note as he buys lunch at Whitecross Street...
Bank of England governor Mark Carney tests a new polymer five pound note as he buys lunch at Whitecross Street Market in London, Britain September 13, 2016. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth
BRITAIN-EU/
RTX27ZPX
February 22, 2016
An employee is seen walking over a mosaic of pound sterling symbols set in the floor of the front hall...
London, United Kingdom
File photograph shows an employee walking over a mosaic depicting pound sterling symbols on the floor...
An employee is seen walking over a mosaic of pound sterling symbols set in the floor of the front hall of the Bank of England in London, in this March 25, 2008 file photograph. Sterling had its biggest one-day loss against the dollar in 11 months on February 22, 2016 after London Mayor Boris Johnson threw his weight behind the campaign to leave the European Union, dealing a blow to David Cameron by increasing the chance of a British exit from the EU. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor/Files TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
BANKS-FOREX/SETTLEMENT
RTR4DSZN
November 12, 2014
The dollar sign (R) is seen alongside the signs for other currencies above a currency exchange shop in...
Hong Kong, China
The dollar sign is seen alongside the signs for other currencies above a currency exchange shop in Mongkok...
The dollar sign (R) is seen alongside the signs for other currencies above a currency exchange shop in Mongkok shopping district in Hong Kong October 30, 2014. A year-long investigation into allegations of collusion and manipulation by global currency traders is set to come to a head on Wednesday, with Britain's financial regulator and six big banks expected to agree a settlement involving around ?1.5 billion ($2.38 billion) in fines. The settlement comes amid a revival of long-dormant volatility on the foreign exchanges, where a steady rise of U.S. dollar this year has depressed oil prices and the currencies of many commodity exporters such as Russia's rouble, Brazil's real and Nigeria's naira - setting the scene for more turbulence on world financial markets in 2015. Picture taken October 30, 2014. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW POLITICS)

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BRITAIN-BANKNOTES/
RTX13FP1
September 10, 2013
Sample polymer five and ten GB pound banknotes are seen on display at the Bank of England in London September...
London, United Kingdom
Sample polymer five and ten GB pound banknotes are seen on display at the Bank of England in London
Sample polymer five and ten GB pound banknotes are seen on display at the Bank of England in London September 10, 2013. The Bank of England is moving closer to ditching paper pounds and switching to plastic banknotes instead. The central bank said on Tuesday it would ask the public its opinion before taking a decision in December on whether to adopt polymer pounds which also would be smaller than current notes. REUTERS/Chris Ratcliffe/pool (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
RTR2UETX
November 24, 2011
John Keyworth, curator at the Bank of England Museum, poses with the new 50 pound note (top) its earliest...
London, United Kingdom
John Keyworth, curator at the Bank of England Museum, poses with the new 50 pound note in London
John Keyworth, curator at the Bank of England Museum, poses with the new 50 pound note (top) its earliest surviving predecessor from 1732, in London November 24, 2011. The exhibition "Secure By Design - The Boulton & Watt £50 Note" runs until March 23, 2012 at the Bank of England Museum. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
CHRYSLER/
RTR2MUMI
May 24, 2011
Chrysler Group LLC Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne wears a 'Paid' button as he waits to address the...
Sterling Heights, UNITED STATES
Chrysler Group LLC Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne waits to address the audience during a ceremony...
Chrysler Group LLC Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne wears a 'Paid' button as he waits to address the audience during a ceremony to celebrate Chrysler Group paying back its government loans to the U.S. and Canadian governments, at the Sterling Assembly plant in Sterling Heights, Michigan May 24, 2011. Chrysler Group LLC on Tuesday paid back $7.6 billion in U.S. and Canadian government loans from its 2009 bailout, a move that allows the U.S. automaker to distance itself from an unpopular bailout and deepen its ties with Italian automaker Fiat SpA. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS POLITICS)
CHRYSLER/
RTR2MUM8
May 24, 2011
Chrysler Group LLC Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne wears a 'Paid' button as he talks with the media...
Sterling Heights, UNITED STATES
Chrysler Group LLC Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne talks with the media following a ceremony in Sterling...
Chrysler Group LLC Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne wears a 'Paid' button as he talks with the media following a ceremony to celebrate Chrysler Group paying back its government loans to the U.S. and Canadian government, at the Sterling Assembly plant in Sterling Heights, Michigan May 24, 2011. Chrysler Group LLC on Tuesday paid back $7.6 billion in U.S. and Canadian government loans from its 2009 bailout, a move that allows the U.S. automaker to distance itself from an unpopular bailout and deepen its ties with Italian automaker Fiat SpA. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS POLITICS)
CHRYSLER/
RTR2MUM6
May 24, 2011
Chrysler Group LLC Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne (R), Ron Bloom (2nd R), the Obama administration's...
Sterling Heights, UNITED STATES
Marchionne, Ron A. Bloom and General Holiefield ride in a transport cart before a ceremony at the Sterling...
Chrysler Group LLC Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne (R), Ron Bloom (2nd R), the Obama administration's point man on auto restructuring, and UAW union vice-president General Holiefield (L) ride in a transport cart before a ceremony to celebrate Chrysler Group paying back its government loans to the U.S. and Canadian government, at the Sterling Assembly plant in Sterling Heights, Michigan May 24, 2011. Chrysler Group LLC on Tuesday paid back $7.6 billion in U.S. and Canadian government loans from its 2009 bailout, a move that allows the U.S. automaker to distance itself from an unpopular bailout and deepen its ties with Italian automaker Fiat SpA. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS POLITICS)
CHRYSLER/
RTR2MULY
May 24, 2011
Chrysler Group LLC Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne (L) and Ron Bloom, the Obama administration's point...
Sterling Heights, UNITED STATES
Chrysler Group LLC Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne and Ron Bloom, wait to address the audience during...
Chrysler Group LLC Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne (L) and Ron Bloom, the Obama administration's point man on auto restructuring, wait to address the audience during a ceremony to celebrate Chrysler Group paying back its government loans to the U.S. and Canadian government, at the Sterling Assembly plant in Sterling Heights, Michigan May 24, 2011. Chrysler Group LLC on Tuesday paid back $7.6 billion in U.S. and Canadian government loans from its 2009 bailout, a move that allows the U.S. automaker to distance itself from an unpopular bailout and deepen its ties with Italian automaker Fiat SpA. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS POLITICS)
CHRYSLER/
RTR2MULT
May 24, 2011
Chrysler Group LLC Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne (L) and Ron Bloom, the Obama administration's point...
Sterling Heights, UNITED STATES
Chrysler Group LLC Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne and Ron Bloom, each wear a "Paid" button during...
Chrysler Group LLC Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne (L) and Ron Bloom, the Obama administration's point man on auto restructuring, each wear a "Paid" button during a ceremony to celebrate Chrysler Group paying back its government loans to the U.S. and Canadian governments, at the Sterling Assembly plant in Sterling Heights, Michigan May 24, 2011. Chrysler Group LLC on Tuesday paid back $7.6 billion in U.S. and Canadian government loans from its 2009 bailout, a move that allows the U.S. automaker to distance itself from an unpopular bailout and deepen its ties with Italian automaker Fiat SpA. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS POLITICS)
BRITAIN-ELGAR/
RTR2FXNX
June 30, 2010
A woman poses with a Bank of England twenty pound note bearing the image of Edward Elgar in Edinburgh,...
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Woman poses with a Bank of England twenty pound note bearing the image of Edward Elgar in Edinburgh
A woman poses with a Bank of England twenty pound note bearing the image of Edward Elgar in Edinburgh, Scotland June 29, 2010. The Bank of England has been phasing out Elgar since 2007, gradually replacing him on the 20 pound note with 18th century economist Adam Smith. He will finally be withdrawn from circulation on June 30. Elgar, an early 20th century composer who penned the music to which the words of patriotic British song Land of Hope and Glory were set, had featured on the note for 11 years. Picture taken June 29, 2010. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
RTR1ZB7F
April 10, 2008
An employee is seen walking over a mosaic of pound sterling symbols set in the floor of the front hall...
London, United Kingdom
File photograph shows an employee walking over a mosaic depicting pound sterling symbols on the floor...
An employee is seen walking over a mosaic of pound sterling symbols set in the floor of the front hall of the Bank of England, in London in this March 25, 2008 file photograph. The Bank of England looks set to cut interest rates on April 10, 2008. A cut would be the third since December, although the Bank's decision is far from a done deal. Photograph taken March 25, 2008 REUTERS/Luke MacGregor/Files (BRITAIN)
PETFOOD-RECALL/
RTR1NTSJ
March 23, 2007
Dog owner Cathy Sterling, whose seven-year-old Australian Sheppard "Boomer" died earlier this week, listens...
Toronto, Canada
Cathy Sterling listens as Menu Foods executives discuss recall of cat and dog food at a news conference...
Dog owner Cathy Sterling, whose seven-year-old Australian Sheppard "Boomer" died earlier this week, listens to Menu Foods executives discuss the recall of millions of cans of wet cat and dog food at a news conference in Toronto. An ingredient used in rat poison that causes kidney failure in cats and dogs has been found in samples of Menu Foods cat food, New York State officials said on Friday. Food manufactured by the Canadian company has been blamed for the deaths of at least 14 animals. REUTERS/ Mike Cassese (CANADA)
GENERIC BUSINESS PIX
RTRMCBK
September 02, 2005
Some British sterling money in coins and bank notes is seen September 2, 2005. BANKG REUTERS/Catherine...
None, United Kingdom
Some British sterling money in coins and bank notes.
Some British sterling money in coins and bank notes is seen September 2, 2005. BANKG REUTERS/Catherine Benson
SH
RTR58C1
March 16, 2005
A foreign visitor has her fingerprints taken at the International Arrivals Building at Dulles International...
Sterling, UNITED STATES
A foreign visitor has her fingerprints taken at the International Arrivals Building at Dulles ...
A foreign visitor has her fingerprints taken at the International Arrivals Building at Dulles International Airport in Sterling. A foreign visitor has her fingerprints taken at the International Arrivals Building at Dulles International Airport in Sterling, Virginia, March 16, 2005. U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff observed "US-VISIT" at the airport, a program designed to screen foreign visitors travelling to the U.S. REUTERS/Shaun Heasley
SECURITY CHERTOFF
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March 16, 2005
U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff (C) looks on while a foreign visitor (L) is processed...
Sterling, UNITED STATES
U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff tours Dulles International Airport.
U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff (C) looks on while a foreign visitor (L) is processed by U.S. Customs and Border Protection officer Jeffrey Tetrault (R), at the International Arrivals Building at Dulles International Airport in Sterling, Virginia, March 16, 2005. Chertoff observed "US-VISIT" at the airport, a program designed to screen foreign visitors traveling to the U.S. REUTERS/Shaun Heasley SH
SECURITY CHERTOFF
RTR58BD
March 16, 2005
U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff looks on while touring the International Arrivals...
Sterling, UNITED STATES
U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff tours Dulles International Airport.
U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff looks on while touring the International Arrivals Building at Dulles International Airport in Sterling, Virginia, March 16, 2005. Chertoff observed "US-VISIT", a program designed to screen foreign visitors travelling to the U.S. REUTERS/Shaun Heasley SH
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