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By LUIS MIRANDA | THE REAL AGENDA | DECEMBER 14, 2012 Government debt in Spain grew another 1.55% in the third quarter with respect to the second quarter to reach 817.164 million euros, or the equivalent to 77.4% of GDP. This is the highest level ever since the cork popped out of the crisis bottle in 2008. According to data released by the Bank of Spain, the rise is ...Read full article...
REUTERS | JULY 24, 2012 Spain’s economy sank deeper into recession in the second quarter, its central bank said on Monday, as investors spooked by a funding crisis in its regions pushed the country ever closer to a full bailout. Economic output shrank by 0.4 percent in the three months from April to June having slumped by 0.3 percent in the first quarter, the Bank of Spain said in ...Read full article...
The Spanish government is preparing a plan to outsource the control of the people’s banks by demanding larger reserves in a short period of time. The result? Banks will probably not make it and the government will ask foreign investors to take control of the Cajas. AFP March 6, 2011 Spain’s ailing regional savings banks are scrambling to raise billions of euros of fresh funds to meet strict new ...Read full article...