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Philippine Stock Exchange

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PRAYING FOR A GAIN? A Roman Catholic priest led a Mass before the start of the last trading day of the year at the Philippine Stock Exchange in Makati City, east of Manila, Thursday. (Rolex Dela Pena/European Pressphoto Agency)

NO, NO, NO NO, NO, NO: An elephant calf named Uli struggled against a zookeeper who wanted to weigh him, at the zoo in Wuppertal, Germany, Thursday. Some 5,000 animals were counted, measured and weighed as part of a broad inventory. (Marius Becker/European Pressphoto Agency)

DEADLY DEADLY: Locals stood near the bodies of the victims of an airstrike in southeastern Turkey’s Sirnak Province Thursday. Some 35 people were killed late Wednesday in what Kurdish politicians say was a Turkish strike against civilians it mistook for members of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers Party. (Ihlas News Agency/European Pressphoto Agency)

MOB SCENE MOB SCENE: Travelers lined up Wednesday to buy train tickets in Changsha, China, as the country’s railway stations began to sell tickets for travel during the country’s 2012 Spring Festival, which starts Jan. 8. (ChinaFotoPress/Zuma Press)

ICED ICED: Jason LaBarbera, goalie for the Phoenix Coyotes, let the game-winning goal slip through his legs during overtime in the team’s game against the Boston Bruins Wednesday in Glendale, Ariz. The Bruins won, 2-1. (Keith Charles/Southcreek/Zuma Press)

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KEEPING WATCH: A broker looked at computer screens in the trading room of a bank in Lisbon Wednesday. Portugal paid a slightly higher interest rate to borrow $1.7 billion in a debt auction. (Francisco Seco/Associated Press)

FLOTATION DEVICE: A young monk waited to give other monks a ride from a flooded temple in Bangkok, Thailand, Wednesday. (Adrees Latif/Reuters)

FISTICUFFS: Lawmakers’ aides struggled to enter a meeting at the National Assembly in Seoul Wednesday. The ruling Grand National Party was ready to table the long-pending free-trade deal with the U.S., despite strong resistance from opposition parties. (Seo Myeong-Gon/Yonhap/Reuters)

PROTESTER DETAINED: Police officers arrested an Occupy protester in Tulsa, Okla., early Wednesday. Police used pepper spray and zip-tie handcuffs to arrest at least 10 protesters for curfew violations at a park. (Jeff Lautenberger/Associated Press)

SIGN OF DISAPPROVAL: Traders gave thumbs-down at the Philippine Stock Exchange in Manila where share prices fell Wednesday. The main index lost 73.13 points. (Dennis M. Sabangan/European Pressphoto Agency)

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