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In today’s City AM, we argue:Beyond the troubled banking sector, there is another potential problem on the Spanish horizon that could be instrumental in how the euro crisis develops: the central government’s relationship with the 17 Spanish regions, …

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The key trend in Greek opinion polls holds steady: voters back anti-austerity parties in great numbers but  remain committed to staying in the euro in equally great numbers. The latest Public Issue poll released yesterday put the radical left Syri…

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Update 1.45: It looks like Trittin has performed one of the fastest and sharpest u-turns of recent times, as he is quoted by Reuters earlier today as saying: “Merkel should stop blocking eurobonds” and suggested it could be a condition for his par…

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