Tuesday, 6 September 2011

Today's headlines

EL PAÍS Fear of Greek bankruptcy sinks stock exchanges and shoots up risk bonds - González, Schröder and Delors back Eurobonds - (CEO) Alierta reorganizes Telefónica to grow in digital business / EL MUNDO September 5: Panic Monday - Catalonia Supreme Court says Generalitat must change language model - CAM admits 19% default and €1,100 million losses in 6 months / PÚBLICO Tax on rich: first Rubalcaba-Rajoy confrontation - Recession fear sinks stock markets - Cutbacks leaves 13,000 teachers without job / ABC Fear (of recession) - Telefónica structure revolution aimed at Internet - Rajoy warns Catalonia that the law must be obeyed / CINCO DÍAS (Business & Finance) Explosion of mistrust - (CEO) Alierta imposes revolution on Telefónica - Gold spills over $1,900 / EUROPA SUR (Campo de Gibraltar) Algeciras to supress all its autonomous entities - Panic over another recession - Boix confirms Councillor Puerta urinated in street but will not expel YOU CAN SPONSOR THIS WEEKDAY ITEM FOR ONLY €2

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