The initial rally that greeted news of the eurozone’s €100bn emergency loan for Spanish banks petered out so quickly that you might have missed it altogether if, say, you’d had a lie-in on Monday morning. Clearly this was not how it was meant to be. The eurozone ministers who agreed the deal with Spain on a two hour conference call on Saturday must have hoped it would buy them at least a few full days of investor confidence. Instead, the yield on Spain’s 10-year bonds rose to a fresh euro-era high today. Here are some of the best news stories, analyses and comments on Spain’s so-called ‘bailout-lite’, from the FT and elsewhere: Read more
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