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  •  - Traders work on the main trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange

    Traders work on the main trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange

    Posted: 7/29/2011 11:43:00 AM EST
    Traders work on the main trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange July 29, 2011. Stocks dropped for a fifth straight day on Friday after weak data on the economy and a setback on a debt deal discouraged investors, pushing the S&P 500 briefly below a key technical level. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
  •  - Traders work on the main trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange

    Traders work on the main trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange

    Posted: 7/29/2011 11:39:47 AM EST
    Traders work on the main trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange July 29, 2011. Stocks dropped for a fifth straight day on Friday after weak data on the economy and a setback on a debt deal discouraged investors, pushing the S&P 500 briefly below a key technical level. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
  •  - A woman views a banner with the names of parliamentarians who voted in favour of the last austerity package in Athens

    A woman views a banner with the names of parliamentarians who voted in favour of the last austerity package in Athens

    Posted: 7/4/2011 10:24:18 AM EST
    A woman views a banner with the names of parliamentarians who voted in favour of the last austerity package outside a central metro station in Athens July 4, 2011. Greece would likely be in default if it follows a debt rollover plan pushed by French banks, S&P warned on Monday, deepening the pain of a bailout that one European official said will cost Athens sovereignty and jobs. The banner reads: "Traitors". REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
  •  - People sit outside a Hellenic Post office which was damaged during the recent violent protests around Syntagma square in Athens

    People sit outside a Hellenic Post office which was damaged during the recent violent protests around Syntagma square in Athens

    Posted: 7/4/2011 10:04:33 AM EST
    People sit outside a Hellenic Post office which was damaged during the recent violent protests around Syntagma square in Athens July 4, 2011. Greece would likely be in default if it follows a debt rollover plan pushed by French banks, S&P warned on Monday, deepening the pain of a bailout that one European official said will cost Athens sovereignty and jobs. REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST)
  •  - Traders signal orders in the S&P pit at the Chicago Board of Trade

    Traders signal orders in the S&P pit at the Chicago Board of Trade

    Posted: 6/22/2011 2:03:03 PM EST
    Traders in the S&P 500 pit at the Chicago Board of Trade signal orders shortly after the Federal Reserve's decision to leave short-term interest rates untouched between zero and 0.25 percent in Chicago, June 22, 2011. REUTERS/Frank Polich (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
  •  - A trader signals orders in the S&P pit at the Chicago Board of Trade

    A trader signals orders in the S&P pit at the Chicago Board of Trade

    Posted: 6/22/2011 2:01:19 PM EST
    A trader in the S&P 500 pit at the Chicago Board of Trade signals orders shortly after the Federal Reserve's decision to leave short-term interest rates untouched between zero and 0.25 percent in Chicago, June 22, 2011. REUTERS/Frank Polich (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
  •  - Traders signal orders in the S&P pit at the CBOE in Chcago

    Traders signal orders in the S&P pit at the CBOE in Chcago

    Posted: 6/6/2011 11:04:04 AM EST
    Traders in the S&P 500 options pit at the Chicago Board Options Exchange signal orders in Chicago, April 27, 2011. REUTERS/Frank Polich
  •  - Traders signal orders in the S&P pit at the CBOE in Chcago

    Traders signal orders in the S&P pit at the CBOE in Chcago

    Posted: 4/27/2011 1:34:14 PM EST
    Traders in the S&P 500 options pit at the Chicago Board Options Exchange signal orders shortly after the Federal Reserve's decision to leave short-term interest rates untouched between zero and 0.25 percent in Chicago, April 27, 2011. REUTERS/Frank Polich (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
  •  - A trader executes an electronic trade in the S&P pit at the CBOE in Chcago

    A trader executes an electronic trade in the S&P pit at the CBOE in Chcago

    Posted: 4/27/2011 1:33:38 PM EST
    A trader in the S&P 500 options pit at the Chicago Board Options Exchange electronically executes orders shortly after the Federal Reserve's decision to leave short-term interest rates untouched between zero and 0.25 percent in Chicago, April 27, 2011. REUTERS/Frank Polich (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
  •  - A trader signals orders in the S&P pit at the CBOE in Chcago

    A trader signals orders in the S&P pit at the CBOE in Chcago

    Posted: 4/27/2011 1:31:55 PM EST
    A trader in the S&P 500 options pit at the Chicago Board Options Exchange signal orders shortly after the Federal Reserve's decision to leave short-term interest rates untouched between zero and 0.25 percent in Chicago, April 27, 2011. REUTERS/Frank Polich (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
  •  - Traders signal orders in the S&P pit at the CBOE in Chcago

    Traders signal orders in the S&P pit at the CBOE in Chcago

    Posted: 4/27/2011 1:31:19 PM EST
    The U.S. flag hangs over traders in the S&P 500 options pit at the Chicago Board Options Exchange as they signal orders shortly after the Federal Reserve's decision to leave short-term interest rates untouched between zero and 0.25 percent in Chicago, April 27, 2011. REUTERS/Frank Polich (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
  •  - Traders signal orders in the S&P pit at the CBOE in Chcago

    Traders signal orders in the S&P pit at the CBOE in Chcago

    Posted: 4/27/2011 1:29:32 PM EST
    Traders in the S&P 500 options pit at the Chicago Board Options Exchange signal orders shortly after the Federal Reserve's decision to leave short-term interest rates untouched between zero and 0.25 percent in Chicago, April 27, 2011. REUTERS/Frank Polich (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
  •  - Traders signal orders in the S&P pit at the CBOE in Chcago

    Traders signal orders in the S&P pit at the CBOE in Chcago

    Posted: 4/27/2011 1:28:37 PM EST
    Traders in the S&P 500 options pit at the Chicago Board Options Exchange signal orders shortly after the Federal Reserve's decision to leave short-term interest rates untouched between zero and 0.25 percent in Chicago, April 27, 2011. REUTERS/Frank Polich (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
  •  - Traders signal orders in the S&P pit at the CBOE in Chcago

    Traders signal orders in the S&P pit at the CBOE in Chcago

    Posted: 4/27/2011 1:27:45 PM EST
    Traders in the S&P 500 options pit at the Chicago Board Options Exchange signal orders shortly after the Federal Reserve's decision to leave short-term interest rates untouched between zero and 0.25 percent in Chicago, April 27, 2011. REUTERS/Frank Polich (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
  •  - File photo shows the UPS logo is seen outside their facility in Hodgkins

    File photo shows the UPS logo is seen outside their facility in Hodgkins

    Posted: 4/26/2011 2:28:15 PM EST
    The United Parcel Services (UPS) logo is seen outside their facility in Hodgkins, Illinois in this December 16, 2010 file photo. Wall Street rallied and the S&P 500 hit its highest level since June 2008 on April 26, 2011 as a flood of positive corporate results added to increasing optimism about the economic growth outlook. Ford Motor Co, 3M Co and United Parcel Services Inc were among the bellwether names to impress, continuing a string of better-than-expected results. REUTERS/Frank Polich/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
  •  - File photo shows a Ford Motor Co. dealership in Encinitas

    File photo shows a Ford Motor Co. dealership in Encinitas

    Posted: 4/26/2011 2:25:52 PM EST
    A Ford Motor Co. dealership is seen in Encinitas, California in this July 21, 2008 file photo. Wall Street rallied and the S&P 500 hit its highest level since June 2008 on April 26, 2011 as a flood of positive corporate results added to increasing optimism about the economic growth outlook. Ford Motor Co, 3M Co and United Parcel Services Inc were among the bellwether names to impress, continuing a string of better-than-expected results. REUTERS/Mike Blake/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
  •  - File photo shows a flag flying outside the New York Stock Exchange building in New York

    File photo shows a flag flying outside the New York Stock Exchange building in New York

    Posted: 4/26/2011 2:23:57 PM EST
    A flag flies outside the New York Stock Exchange building in New York in this May 6, 2010 file photo. Wall Street rallied and the S&P 500 hit its highest level since June 2008 on April 26, 2011 as a flood of positive corporate results added to increasing optimism about the economic growth outlook. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
  •  - Traders signal order after the opening bell at the CBOT in Chcago

    Traders signal order after the opening bell at the CBOT in Chcago

    Posted: 10/13/2008 11:12:47 AM EST
    Traders in the S&P 500 pit of the Chicago Board of Trade signal orders shortly after the opening bell in Chicago, Illinois October 13, 2008. REUTERS/Frank Polich
  •  - Traders relay trades in the S&P 500 pit at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange

    Traders relay trades in the S&P 500 pit at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange

    Posted: 9/15/2008 2:46:36 PM EST
    Traders, including Jeff Silver (L), relay trades in the S&P 500 pit at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, September 15, 2008. Global markets plummeted on Monday after investment bank Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy protection, rival Merrill Lynch agreed to be taken over and the Federal Reserve threw a life line to the battered financial industry. REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES)
  •  - Traders work on the floor of New York Stock Exchange

    Traders work on the floor of New York Stock Exchange

    Posted: 1/4/2008 2:19:21 PM EST
    Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange January 4, 2008. The S&P 500 dropped 2 percent while the Nasdaq fell more than 3 percent as recession worries grew after data showing weak job growth in December and rising unemployment. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES)


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