Spain's Bailout Boost Quickly Turns To Rout

USA TODAYSpain's Bailout Boost Quickly Turns to RoutWall Street JournalBy CHARLES FORELLE And DAVID ENRICH LONDON—Investors fled from Spanish government debt on Monday, an immediate rejection of the country's planned bank bailout by the constituency it most desperately needs to impress: the buyers of its own government ...Greeks seek better terms after Spanish rescueReutersInvestors see Spain rescue as only 'temporary fix'The Associated PressThe Worst Bailout YetForbesCNNMoney -The Guardian -Chicago Tribuneall 2,738 news articles »

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