Tag Archives: Spain

What a difference a day makes

After stock markets and risk assets in general took a pretty brutal beating last week, today has brought some relief so far. Last weeks general tone was investor nervousness surrounding issues such as the US fiscal cliff, potential tax increases … Continue reading

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Eurozone still the problem child

While things were quiet at the start of the week owing to hurricane Sandy we saw a little pick up yesterday after a raft of economic data. Equity indices in the US were strong yesterday and rallied to a 7 day high … Continue reading

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What’s Spanish for NAMA? – SAREB apparently…

Spain announced yesterday that their “bad bank” will buy the billions of euro’s worth of toxic loans and property assets from their domestic lenders in a similar move as to what Ireland did a few years back in creating NAMA. … Continue reading

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