* Plan to be middle way between austerity, growth policies
MADRID (Reuters) – Repriced shares in Spain’s nationalized lender Bankia see-sawed at the open on Monday, falling by as much as 9 percent and rising by as much as 6 percent as they begin what will be…
* Rajoy’s 4-yr economic scenario collides with bleak reality
MADRID (Reuters) – Shares in Spain’s Bankia opened down 22.65 percent after a suspension on trading in the stock was lifted on Thursday.
MADRID (Reuters) – Spain’s Banesto resumed trading up 23 percent at 3.6 euros ($ 4.72) per share on Monday after parent company Santander said it would absorb the smaller lender.
MADRID (Reuters) – Thousands of health workers, on strike since last month, marched on Sunday in Madrid to protest against budget cuts and plans from the Spanish capital’s regional government to privatize the management of public hospitals and medical centers.
MADRID (Reuters) – Spain’s Santander plans to invest in the country’s so-called bad bank in a sign that healthy domestic lenders are willing to support the entity created to clean up the aftermath of a 2008 property crash.
MADRID (Reuters) – Spain announced a detailed timetable for economic reforms and a tough 2013 budget based mostly on spending cuts on Thursday in what many see as an effort to pre-empt the likely conditions of an international bailout.
Hough: Why one money manager thinks Spanish shares are poised to return 20% per year.
VIENNA (Reuters) – The euro will survive even if Spain were cut off from capital markets, European Central Bank policymaker Ewald Nowotny said, adding the currency was in solid shape despite financial problems in some member countries.