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POLAND-SWISSFRANCS/
RTX2FGOF
June 03, 2016
Various Swiss Franc and Polish Zloty notes lay on a table in this picture illustration shot January 18,...
Warsaw, Poland
Various Swiss Franc and Polish Zloty notes lay on a table in this picture illustration
Various Swiss Franc and Polish Zloty notes lay on a table in this picture illustration shot January 18, 2016. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel/Illustration/File Photo
POLAND-SWISSFRANCS/COMPENSATION
RTX1PLD2
August 25, 2015
The logo of Poland's Bank BPH, owned by General Electric (GE), is seen on their headquarters in Warsaw,...
Warsaw, Poland
The logo of Poland's Bank BPH, owned by General Electric (GE), is seen on their headquarters in Warsaw,...
The logo of Poland's Bank BPH, owned by General Electric (GE), is seen on their headquarters in Warsaw, Poland August 25, 2015. Polish banks' foreign owners plan to seek compensation for any losses incurred by their operations from a bill on Swiss franc-denominated mortgages, according to letters they sent to Poland's Senate. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel
SWITZERLAND-SWISSFRANCS/
RTX19SV7
April 22, 2015
The original negative minting dies for a twenty cent Swiss Franc coin is seen at Swissmint in Bern April...
Bern, Switzerland
The original negative minting dies for a twenty cent Swiss Franc coin is seen at Swissmint in Bern
The original negative minting dies for a twenty cent Swiss Franc coin is seen at Swissmint in Bern April 16, 2015. Picture taken April 16, 2015. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich
SWITZERLAND-SWISSFRANCS/
RTX19SV6
April 22, 2015
Newly minted Swiss Franc twenty cent coins are seen at Swissmint in Bern April 16, 2015. Picture taken...
Bern, Switzerland
Newly minted Swiss Franc twenty cent coins are seen at Swissmint in Bern
Newly minted Swiss Franc twenty cent coins are seen at Swissmint in Bern April 16, 2015. Picture taken April 16, 2015. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich
SWITZERLAND-SWISSFRANCS/
RTX19SV5
April 22, 2015
The original negative minting die for a five Swiss Francs coin is seen at Swissmint in Bern April 16,...
Bern, Switzerland
The original negative minting die for a five Swiss Francs coin is seen at Swissmint in Bern
The original negative minting die for a five Swiss Francs coin is seen at Swissmint in Bern April 16, 2015. Picture taken April 16, 2015. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich
SWITZERLAND-SWISSFRANCS/
RTX19SV3
April 22, 2015
The original negative minting dies for a five Swiss Francs coin is seen at Swissmint in Bern April 16,...
Bern, Switzerland
The original negative minting dies for a five Swiss Francs coin is seen at Swissmint in Bern
The original negative minting dies for a five Swiss Francs coin is seen at Swissmint in Bern April 16, 2015. Picture taken April 16, 2015. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich
SWITZERLAND-SWISSFRANCS/
RTX19SV1
April 22, 2015
Newly minted Swiss Franc twenty cent coins are seen at Swissmint in Bern April 16, 2015. Picture taken...
Bern, Switzerland
Newly minted Swiss Franc twenty cent coins are seen at Swissmint in Bern
Newly minted Swiss Franc twenty cent coins are seen at Swissmint in Bern April 16, 2015. Picture taken April 16, 2015. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich
SWITZERLAND-SWISSFRANCS/
RTX19SV0
April 22, 2015
Newly minted Swiss Franc twenty cent coins are seen at Swissmint in Bern April 16, 2015. Picture taken...
Bern, Switzerland
Newly minted Swiss Franc twenty cent coins are seen at Swissmint in Bern
Newly minted Swiss Franc twenty cent coins are seen at Swissmint in Bern April 16, 2015. Picture taken April 16, 2015. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich
SWITZERLAND-SWISSFRANCS/
RTX19SUZ
April 22, 2015
Newly minted Swiss Franc twenty cent coins are seen at Swissmint in Bern April 16, 2015. Picture taken...
Bern, Switzerland
Newly minted Swiss Franc twenty cent coins are seen at Swissmint in Bern
Newly minted Swiss Franc twenty cent coins are seen at Swissmint in Bern April 16, 2015. Picture taken April 16, 2015. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich
SWITZERLAND-SWISSFRANCS/
RTX19SUE
April 22, 2015
Newly minted Swiss Franc twenty cent coins are seen at Swissmint in Bern April 16, 2015. Picture taken...
Bern, Switzerland
Newly minted Swiss Franc twenty cent coins are seen at Swissmint in Bern
Newly minted Swiss Franc twenty cent coins are seen at Swissmint in Bern April 16, 2015. Picture taken April 16, 2015. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich
ROMANIA-SWISSFRANC/
RTR4MT8R
January 25, 2015
A homeowner, who took out mortgages in Swiss francs and is facing crippling exchange rate losses after...
Bucharest, Romania
A homeowner who took out mortgages in Swiss francs holds a banner during a demonstration in Bucharest...
A homeowner, who took out mortgages in Swiss francs and is facing crippling exchange rate losses after the franc surged, holds a banner reading "take our francs for your houses to fall into our (bank) net" during a demonstration in Bucharest January 25, 2015. Romania is looking at ways to help around 75,000 borrowers who took mortgages in Swiss francs and are facing crippling exchange rate losses after the franc surged, though its financial stability was not at risk, officials said. Home-buyers across central and eastern Europe took out Swiss franc-denominated mortgage loans at attractively low interest rates in the 2000s, despite warnings from economists. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (ROMANIA - Tags: BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST)
ROMANIA-SWISSFRANC/
RTR4MT8C
January 25, 2015
A homeowner, who took out mortgages in Swiss francs and is facing crippling exchange rate losses after...
Bucharest, Romania
A homeowner who took out mortgages in Swiss francs holds a banner showing his mortgage rates during a...
A homeowner, who took out mortgages in Swiss francs and is facing crippling exchange rate losses after the franc surged, holds a banner showing his mortgage rates in 2007 and in 2015 during a demonstration in Bucharest January 25, 2015. Romania is looking at ways to help around 75,000 borrowers who took mortgages in Swiss francs and are facing crippling exchange rate losses after the franc surged, though its financial stability was not at risk, officials said. Home-buyers across central and eastern Europe took out Swiss franc-denominated mortgage loans at attractively low interest rates in the 2000s, despite warnings from economists. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (ROMANIA - Tags: BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST)
ROMANIA-SWISSFRANC/
RTR4MT80
January 25, 2015
A homeowner, who took out mortgages in Swiss francs and is facing crippling exchange rate losses after...
Bucharest, Romania
A homeowner who took out mortgages in Swiss francs displays a banner showing her mortgage rates during...
A homeowner, who took out mortgages in Swiss francs and is facing crippling exchange rate losses after the franc surged, displays a banner showing her mortgage rates in 2007 and in 2015 during a demonstration in Bucharest January 25, 2015. Romania is looking at ways to help around 75,000 borrowers who took mortgages in Swiss francs and are facing crippling exchange rate losses after the franc surged, though its financial stability was not at risk, officials said. Home-buyers across central and eastern Europe took out Swiss franc-denominated mortgage loans at attractively low interest rates in the 2000s, despite warnings from economists. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (ROMANIA - Tags: BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST)
ROMANIA-SWISSFRANC/
RTR4MT7Y
January 25, 2015
Homeowners, who took out mortgages in Swiss francs and are facing crippling exchange rate losses after...
Bucharest, Romania
Homeowners who took out mortgages in Swiss francs hold banners during a demonstration in Bucharest
Homeowners, who took out mortgages in Swiss francs and are facing crippling exchange rate losses after the franc surged, hold banners reading "I am sold out by debt" (L) and "BNR (Romanian National Bank) regulation is only as the banks dictate" (R) during a demonstration in Bucharest January 25, 2015. Romania is looking at ways to help around 75,000 borrowers who took mortgages in Swiss francs and are facing crippling exchange rate losses after the franc surged, though its financial stability was not at risk, officials said. Home-buyers across central and eastern Europe took out Swiss franc-denominated mortgage loans at attractively low interest rates in the 2000s, despite warnings from economists. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (ROMANIA - Tags: BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST)
ROMANIA-SWISSFRANC/
RTR4MT7U
January 25, 2015
A homeowner who took out mortgages in Swiss francs and is facing crippling exchange rate losses after...
Bucharest, Romania
A homeowner who took out mortgages in Swiss francs holds a banner during a demonstration in Bucharest...
A homeowner who took out mortgages in Swiss francs and is facing crippling exchange rate losses after the franc surged holds a banner reading "Leave us money for bread" during a demonstration in Bucharest January 25, 2015. Romania is looking at ways to help around 75,000 borrowers who took mortgages in Swiss francs and are facing crippling exchange rate losses after the franc surged, though its financial stability was not at risk, officials said. Home-buyers across central and eastern Europe took out Swiss franc-denominated mortgage loans at attractively low interest rates in the 2000s, despite warnings from economists. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (ROMANIA - Tags: BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST)
ROMANIA-SWISSFRANC/
RTR4MT7P
January 25, 2015
A homeowner who took out mortgages in Swiss francs and is facing crippling exchange rate losses after...
Bucharest, Romania
A homeowner who took out mortgages in Swiss francs holds a banner showing various exchange rates during...
A homeowner who took out mortgages in Swiss francs and is facing crippling exchange rate losses after the franc surged holds a banner showing various exchange rates during a demonstration in Bucharest January 25, 2015. Romania is looking at ways to help around 75,000 borrowers who took mortgages in Swiss francs and are facing crippling exchange rate losses after the franc surged, though its financial stability was not at risk, officials said. Home-buyers across central and eastern Europe took out Swiss franc-denominated mortgage loans at attractively low interest rates in the 2000s, despite warnings from economists. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (ROMANIA - Tags: BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST)
ROMANIA-SWISSFRANC/
RTR4MT7L
January 25, 2015
Homeowners who took out mortgages in Swiss francs and are facing crippling exchange rate losses after...
Bucharest, Romania
Homeowners who took out mortgages in Swiss francs hold banners during a demonstration in Bucharest
Homeowners who took out mortgages in Swiss francs and are facing crippling exchange rate losses after the franc surged hold banners reading "Bank = moneylender sustained by the state" (L) and "I want to pay my rate, with what I feed my child?" (R) during a demonstration in Bucharest January 25, 2015. Romania is looking at ways to help around 75,000 borrowers who took mortgages in Swiss francs and are facing crippling exchange rate losses after the franc surged, though its financial stability was not at risk, officials said. Home-buyers across central and eastern Europe took out Swiss franc-denominated mortgage loans at attractively low interest rates in the 2000s, despite warnings from economists. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (ROMANIA - Tags: BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST)
ROMANIA-SWISSFRANC/
RTR4MT7F
January 25, 2015
A homeowner, who took out mortgages in Swiss francs and is facing crippling exchange rate losses after...
Bucharest, Romania
A homeowner who took out mortgages in Swiss francs holds a banner during a demonstration in Bucharest...
A homeowner, who took out mortgages in Swiss francs and is facing crippling exchange rate losses after the franc surged, holds a banner reading "I am sold out by debt" during a demonstration in Bucharest January 25, 2015. Romania is looking at ways to help around 75,000 borrowers who took mortgages in Swiss francs and are facing crippling exchange rate losses after the franc surged, though its financial stability was not at risk, officials said. Home-buyers across central and eastern Europe took out Swiss franc-denominated mortgage loans at attractively low interest rates in the 2000s, despite warnings from economists. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (ROMANIA - Tags: BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST)
SWISSFRANC/PHARMA
RTR2R6AH
September 12, 2011
Roche CEO Severin Schwan is interviewed at the company's headquarters in Basel, August 30, 2010. REUTERS/Christian...
Basel, Switzerland
File picture shows Swiss pharmaceutical company Roche CEO Schwan during an interview with Reuters at...
Roche CEO Severin Schwan is interviewed at the company's headquarters in Basel, August 30, 2010. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: HEADSHOT HEALTH BUSINESS)
SWISSFRANC/PHARMA
RTR2R6AE
September 12, 2011
Swiss drugmaker Novartis CEO Joseph Jimenez in interviewed at the company's headquarters in Basel, September...
Basel, Switzerland
Swiss drugmaker Novartis CEO Jimenez attends an interview with Reuters in Basel
Swiss drugmaker Novartis CEO Joseph Jimenez in interviewed at the company's headquarters in Basel, September 1, 2011. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: HEADSHOT HEALTH BUSINESS)
SWISSFRANC-SKIING/
RTXX79V
January 28, 2011
The peaks of Bernese Oberland are seen behind a photo opportunity at the mountain station of the Mount...
Engelberg, Switzerland
To match story SWISSFRANC-SKIING
The peaks of Bernese Oberland are seen behind a photo opportunity at the mountain station of the Mount Titlis cablecar (3,020 m/9,908 ft) near the Swiss mountain resort of Engelberg January 28, 2011. The country's strong currency is making many Europeans, Brits and Americans, who'd love to cut through the virgin snow of the Swiss Alps, think twice about spending their holidays and hard-earned cash in its ski resorts. To match story SWISSFRANC-SKIING REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: SPORT SKIING ENVIRONMENT TRAVEL)
SWISSFRANC-SKIING/
RTXX79S
January 28, 2011
Skiers watch a rescue helicopter of Swiss air rescue (REGA) starting during a mission at the Mount Titlis...
Engelberg, Switzerland
To match story SWISSFRANC-SKIING
Skiers watch a rescue helicopter of Swiss air rescue (REGA) starting during a mission at the Mount Titlis ski region near the Swiss mountain resort of Engelberg January 28, 2011. The country's strong currency is making many Europeans, Brits and Americans, who'd love to cut through the virgin snow of the Swiss Alps, think twice about spending their holidays and hard-earned cash in its ski resorts. To match story SWISSFRANC-SKIING REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: SPORT SKIING ENVIRONMENT TRAVEL)
SWISSFRANC-SKIING/
RTXX79R
January 28, 2011
A general view shows the Swiss mountain resort of Engelberg January 28, 2011. The country's strong currency...
Engelberg, Switzerland
To match story SWISSFRANC-SKIING
A general view shows the Swiss mountain resort of Engelberg January 28, 2011. The country's strong currency is making many Europeans, Brits and Americans, who'd love to cut through the virgin snow of the Swiss Alps, think twice about spending their holidays and hard-earned cash in its ski resorts. To match story SWISSFRANC-SKIING REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: SPORT SKIING ENVIRONMENT TRAVEL)
SWISSFRANC-SKIING/
RTXX79Q
January 28, 2011
Skiers sit in a chair lift at the Mount Titlis ski region near the Swiss mountain resort of Engelberg...
Engelberg, Switzerland
To match story SWISSFRANC-SKIING
Skiers sit in a chair lift at the Mount Titlis ski region near the Swiss mountain resort of Engelberg January 28, 2011. The country's strong currency is making many Europeans, Brits and Americans, who'd love to cut through the virgin snow of the Swiss Alps, think twice about spending their holidays and hard-earned cash in its ski resorts. To match story SWISSFRANC-SKIING REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND)
SWISSFRANC-SKIING/
RTXX79M
January 28, 2011
Skiers sit in a chair lift at the Mount Titlis ski region near the Swiss mountain resort of Engelberg...
Engelberg, Switzerland
To match story SWISSFRANC-SKIING
Skiers sit in a chair lift at the Mount Titlis ski region near the Swiss mountain resort of Engelberg January 28, 2011. The country's strong currency is making many Europeans, Brits and Americans, who'd love to cut through the virgin snow of the Swiss Alps, think twice about spending their holidays and hard-earned cash in its ski resorts. To match story SWISSFRANC-SKIING REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: SPORT SKIING ENVIRONMENT TRAVEL)
SWISSFRANC-SKIING/
RTXX79L
January 28, 2011
Skiers relax on the terrace of a restaurnt at the Mount Titlis ski region near the Swiss mountain resort...
Engelberg, Switzerland
To match story SWISSFRANC-SKIING
Skiers relax on the terrace of a restaurnt at the Mount Titlis ski region near the Swiss mountain resort of Engelberg January 28, 2011. The country's strong currency is making many Europeans, Brits and Americans, who'd love to cut through the virgin snow of the Swiss Alps, think twice about spending their holidays and hard-earned cash in its ski resorts. To match story SWISSFRANC-SKIING REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: SPORT SKIING ENVIRONMENT TRAVEL)
SWISSFRANC-SKIING/
RTXX79K
January 28, 2011
Skiers sit in a chair lift at the Mount Titlis ski region near the Swiss mountain resort of Engelberg...
Engelberg, Switzerland
To match story SWISSFRANC-SKIING
Skiers sit in a chair lift at the Mount Titlis ski region near the Swiss mountain resort of Engelberg January 28, 2011. The country's strong currency is making many Europeans, Brits and Americans, who'd love to cut through the virgin snow of the Swiss Alps, think twice about spending their holidays and hard-earned cash in its ski resorts. To match story SWISSFRANC-SKIING REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: SPORT SKIING ENVIRONMENT TRAVEL)
SWISSFRANC-SKIING/
RTXX79I
January 28, 2011
Skiers relax on the terrace of a restaurnt at the Mount Titlis ski region near the Swiss mountain resort...
Engelberg, Switzerland
To match story SWISSFRANC-SKIING
Skiers relax on the terrace of a restaurnt at the Mount Titlis ski region near the Swiss mountain resort of Engelberg January 28, 2011. The country's strong currency is making many Europeans, Brits and Americans, who'd love to cut through the virgin snow of the Swiss Alps, think twice about spending their holidays and hard-earned cash in its ski resorts. To match story SWISSFRANC-SKIING REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: SPORT SKIING ENVIRONMENT TRAVEL)
SWISSFRANC-SKIING/
RTXX79F
January 28, 2011
Skiers stand in front of the mountain station of the Mount Titlis cablecar (3,020 m/9,908 ft) near the...
Engelberg, Switzerland
To match story SWISSFRANC-SKIING
Skiers stand in front of the mountain station of the Mount Titlis cablecar (3,020 m/9,908 ft) near the Swiss mountain resort of Engelberg January 28, 2011. The country's strong currency is making many Europeans, Brits and Americans, who'd love to cut through the virgin snow of the Swiss Alps, think twice about spending their holidays and hard-earned cash in its ski resorts. To match story SWISSFRANC-SKIING REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: SPORT SKIING ENVIRONMENT TRAVEL)
SWISSFRANC-SKIING/
RTXX79D
January 28, 2011
Skiers and tourists leave the mountain station of the Mount Titlis cablecar (3,020 m/9,908 ft) near the...
Engelberg, Switzerland
To match story SWISSFRANC-SKIING
Skiers and tourists leave the mountain station of the Mount Titlis cablecar (3,020 m/9,908 ft) near the Swiss mountain resort of Engelberg January 28, 2011. The country's strong currency is making many Europeans, Brits and Americans, who'd love to cut through the virgin snow of the Swiss Alps, think twice about spending their holidays and hard-earned cash in its ski resorts. To match story SWISSFRANC-SKIING REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: SPORT SKIING ENVIRONMENT TRAVEL)
SWISSFRANC-SKIING/
RTXX79C
January 28, 2011
Skiers leave the mountain station of the Mount Titlis cablecar (3,020 m/9908 ft) near the Swiss mountain...
Engelberg, Switzerland
To match story SWISSFRANC-SKIING
Skiers leave the mountain station of the Mount Titlis cablecar (3,020 m/9908 ft) near the Swiss mountain resort of Engelberg January 28, 2011. The country's strong currency is making many Europeans, Brits and Americans, who'd love to cut through the virgin snow of the Swiss Alps, think twice about spending their holidays and hard-earned cash in its ski resorts. To match story SWISSFRANC-SKIING REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: SPORT SKIING ENVIRONMENT TRAVEL)
SWISSFRANC-SKIING/
RTXX79B
January 28, 2011
Skiers slide down in front of the peak of Mount Titlis (3,238 m/10,623 ft) near the Swiss mountain resort...
Engelberg, Switzerland
To match story SWISSFRANC-SKIING/
Skiers slide down in front of the peak of Mount Titlis (3,238 m/10,623 ft) near the Swiss mountain resort of Engelberg January 28, 2011. The country's strong currency is making many Europeans, Brits and Americans, who'd love to cut through the virgin snow of the Swiss Alps, think twice about spending their holidays and hard-earned cash in its ski resorts. To match story SWISSFRANC-SKIING REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: SPORT SKIING ENVIRONMENT TRAVEL)
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