Markets fall as investors give thumbs down to Spanish bailout
European policy makers received another vote of no-confidence in their efforts to stem economic turmoil as stock markets were down and the euro fell.
European policy makers received another vote of no-confidence in their efforts to stem economic turmoil as stock markets were down and the euro fell to its lowest in more than two years following final approval for a bailout of Spanish banks.
The euro weakened to the least versus the yen since November 2000 and to a two-year low against the dollar on concern European policy makers aren’t doing enough to resolve the region’s financial crisis....
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