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Is IMF Involvement Required For OMT To Kick In?

There has much debate if and when Spain would request for a full-fledged bailout from the European Central Bank. There’s not much clarity on the International Monetary Fund’s role in the whole process. For the ECB to officially start the … Continue reading

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Dow Industrials Closes Lower On Spain Worries; Banks Slip In Europe

[Chart courtesy of MarketWatch.com] The major indexes finished mixed today with the Dow Jones Industrial Average sinking for the first time in three days after Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy contradicted a previous Reuters report that said the country could … Continue reading

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Spain Is Hoping To Secure Bailout Without Troika Supervision—Will That Work?

The question that’s on everybody’s mind is should Spain seek for a bailout to tide over the current crisis? Even Europe seems to be divided on whether Madrid should actually seek ECB intervention. Spain must ask for ECB help now … Continue reading

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Why Spain May Not Seek A Bailout Anytime Soon

The European finance ministers met in Cyprus on Friday to discuss financial issues in the EU. One of the sticking points has been whether Spanish Prime Minister should seek ECB help by agreeing to adhere to the strict budgetary and … Continue reading

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