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Spain heads to full-blown bailout, willing or not


Willing or not, Spain is heading towards a full-blown bailout with IMF supervision, strict conditions and the threat of even more painful austerity cuts, analysts say.

Spain, the eurozone's fourth bi

Spain reforms to raise 56.4 billion euros


The Spanish government's most recent reforms will slash 56.4 billion euros from the public deficit in the next two and a half years, an official document showed on Saturday, leaving a gap to be filled

EU's Spain bank rescue may bring only brief respite


Eurozone finance ministers rushed Spain into an EU-funded rescue for its debt-stricken banks to pre-empt the threat of a bank run if Greece's debt crisis flares again but any respite for Madrid and th

Merkel says EU ready to act as Spain downgraded


German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Europe was ready to act to ensure stability in the eurozone as Spain's credit rating was cut by three notches on Thursday amid expectations it may soon seek EU hel

'Big Four' to audit Spain's banking sector


Spain has picked the 'Big Four' accounting firms KPMG, PwC, Deloitte and Ernst & Young to carry a full, individual audit of its ailing banks, a source with knowledge of the decision told Reuters on Sa

Cost-cutting Spanish, French leaders take train to summit


French President Francois Hollande and Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy jumped on a train to travel from Paris to Brussels for an EU summit on Wednesday, their entourages said.

The two leaders,

Spanish right celebrates landslide election win


Spain's right stormed to its biggest election win ever on Sunday, unleashing dancing in the street by voters desperate for an end to soaring unemployment and a eurozone debt storm.

Mariano Rajoy, the

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I want to begin with a little story that was told to me by a leading executive at Aptech. He was exercising in a gym with a lot of younger people.

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