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Last quarter will push them over the limit

Regional government deficits beyond repair

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The worst forecasts about Spanish regional government budgets in 2014 have been issued. Yesterday, the Minister of Finance confirmed that data through August show that the governments will not meet the deficit goals set...

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Unemployment and debt still factors

Political burdens slow down the economy

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Similar to the rest of Europe, Spain's future for 2015 is uncertain. Unemployment in the region and emerging economies means that the recovery hinges on whether recent fiscal reforms worked.

Another corruption scandal

GDF should investigate Cofely's meteoric rise

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Cofely's recent history resembles the story Francisco Granados, a former Peoples Party leader from Madrid who was accused of making unfair appropriations.

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Healthy Spanish banks doesn't guarantee more loans

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The Spanish banking sector passed the ECB's last stress test with flying colors. As expected, all the banks in our country, which represent 95% of the nation's financial sector, passed.

Spanish banking sector passes stress tests

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The European Central Bank (ECB) and the European Banking Authority (EBA) will publish the results of their latest stress tests tomorrow.

Something needs to be done before November 6

Germany starts to make moves

Germany starts to make moves Comenta

Waiting until the next ECB meeting could have disastrous effects considering the fears that markets have about the European economy right now.

Several regions are in the red

Regional spending out of control

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As another year winds down, many Spanish regional governments are likely, again, to miss their deficit goals.

Rumors of Greece exiting the troika´s bailout

ECB needs to yield big guns to suppress fears of another recession

ECB needs to yield big guns to suppress fears of another recession Comenta

Financial markets are showing that we are in volatile times as they react extremely to almost any news.

30 stocks to watch closely

Eco30 beats major indexes

Eco30 beats major indexes

Three years ago, elEconomista was the first news publication to create a global stock market index called the Eco30

Opinions

Nouriel Roubini

The Trapdoors at the Fed's Exit

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Joseph E. Stiglitz

What is Italy Saying?

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Nov 12th

Aena's IPO deserves a closer look

Comenta

A deal constructed to go public with 49% of Aena could founder on a simple procedural issue.

Franc, Spain and Portugal join forces

Solid backing for power interconnection

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The last EU summit revealed that once again European nations do not agree on energy policy.

Germany is struggling

ECB holds the future, again

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Germany is struggling.

Balancing the budget is a top priority

Managing the power tariff deficit

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Ten years of poor management within the Spanish power sector has created a 30-billion euro tariff deficit.

Poster child

Woes in Europe, Spain grows

Bucking all forecasts, Spain has become the euro zone's poster child.

Lack of credibility

Carbures shows transparency missing from MAB

Carbures is reminding of the Gowex scandal and causing credibility in the MAB, Spain's alternative stock market for small-cap stocks looking to expand, to fall again.

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(ampliación) macroperación. rajoy “apoya” a aguirre porque “es un activo muy importante” del pp

- Defiende que "quien la hace la paga" y avanza más personal para luchar contra la corrupción

DEBATE CATALUÑA

Rajoy dice que velará por interés general y el cumplimiento de la ley ante el 9N

Madrid, 30 oct (EFE).- El jefe del Gobierno, Mariano Rajoy, ha afirmado hoy que el Gobierno debatirá mañana la impugnación de la consulta alternativa del 9N con el "único criterio" de garantizar el cumplimiento de...

DEBATE CATALUÑA

El Consejo de Estado apoya la impugnación del 9N por unanimidad

El Consejo de Estado apoya la impugnación del 9N por unanimidad

Madrid, 30 oct (EFE).- La Comisión Permanente del Consejo de Estado ha aprobado hoy por unanimidad un dictamen favorable a la impugnación de la consulta alternativa del 9 de noviembre en Cataluña.

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