Remember Those Protests in Spain Last Week?

by Marilou Long on October 2, 2012

in Credit Crisis,Debt,Employment,Foreign Markets

Unemployment numbers for the Eurozone came out, and the numbers flagyl dosage are terrible in Spain. Overall, the unemployment rate in Spain was 25.1%. This is even higher than Greece at 24.4%. The under 25 years old number is a staggering 52.9%. The overall number for the Eurozone was 11.4%. This probably explains why Spain may be closer to requesting does insurance cover cialis a bailout from the ECB. From the linked article: The latest twist in the euro zone’s three-year-old sovereign debt crisis comes as financial markets and some other European partners are pressuring Madrid to seek a rescue program lipitorgeneric-online247.com that would trigger European Central Bank http://lipitorgeneric-online247.com/ buying of its bonds. “The Spanish were a bit hesitant but now they are ready flagyl side effects to request aid,” a senior European source said. Three other senior euro zone sources confirmed the shift in the Spanish position, all speaking on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss the matter.

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