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8 HOURS AGO - Eurasia Review

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Spain: PM Rajoy Highlights Third-Quarter Employment Growth

Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, underlined “the two pieces of good news” released Thursday: the Spanish economy grew by 0.5% in the third quarter of the year and the Labour Force Survey (EPA) has recorded “the best unemployment destruction data” in that corresponding period since comparable records began. “Net job creation has been achieved”, he […] The post Spain: PM ...

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12 HOURS AGO - Huffington Post

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Why Spain's Poor Fear Goldman Sachs

Madrid, Oct 24 (Reuters) - Last year Madrid's city and regional governments sold almost 5,000 rent-controlled flats to private equity investors including Goldman Sachs and Blackstone. At the time, the tenants were told their rental conditions would remain the same. But as old contracts expire, dozens of people have received demands for higher rent, been told their rents will increase ...

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14 HOURS AGO - Wall Street Journal

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Europe’s Week Ahead: Stress Tests, Inflation

Banks will play a leading role in Europe next week, with the European Central Bank releasing stress-test results on Sunday. Also, expect eurozone unemployment and inflation data. Photo: Getty Images

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OCT 23, 2014 - Financial Times

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Spain’s recovery boosts labour market

Unemployment falls to new low, but analysts fear country may yet succumb to eurozone slowdown

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OCT 23, 2014 - The Economist

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Charlemagne: Gummed up

IT WAS just like old times. On October 16th, almost five years to the day after Greece’s government triggered the euro crisis by confessing that its budget deficit was twice as big as had previously been reported, yields on Greek ten-year debt rose to 9%, and share prices tumbled. Long-suppressed memories of bail-outs, late-night summits and market meltdowns briefly resurfaced. ...

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