Tuesday, 19 July 2011

Today's headlines

EL MUNDO Markets whack Spain and oblige her to pay ruinous interest rates - Journalist who implicated Cameron's ex advisor found dead - Supreme (Court) backs taking away divorced wife's payments if she doesn't look for work / PUBLICO New attack from markets make debt worse - (Over photo of Rupert) Murdoch embarraasses Cameron - Police discover €25 million in a house / EL PAIS Bank  tests and cutback plans do not stop markets - Hypothesis of early elections take over debate between PSOE and PP - 'Murdoch case' corral Cameron / ABC 'Murdoch case' splashes Cameron - Rubalcaba elevates pressure on Zapatero to call early elections - PSOE Senator who insulted police in a nightclub resigns / CINCO DIAS (Business/Finance) Bankia drops price because of market chaos - Microsoft prepares entry to social networks - PP wants to end 'legal vaccuum' in banking inspection / EUROPA SUR Strategic Plan for Algeciras, suspended until after audit - 'Deneb', refloated, leaves Algeciras - Half the fires in the area are arson

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