Wednesday, 7 September 2011

Today's headlines

EL PAÍS PP will make a 'great fiscal reform´if it wins on NOvember 20 - Amazon, the largest virtual shop, opens in Spain - Switzerland intervenes to devalue the franc / EL MUNDO Generalitat (Catalonian government) announces it will not obey court - Zapatero prepares 'in extremis' anti-deficit measures - Bono will not be  candidate and talks with Rajoy about taking over at La Moncloa / PÚBLICO Tension in  the streets because of referendum - Top executives and large fortunes do not agree on requesting higher taxes - Botella says functionares work "much harder" than teachers / ABC Spain heads for EuroCup - PP corralled in Catalonia - Bolsa (Spanish stock exchange) loses 8,000 points after 9.5% fall in three days / EL ECONOMISTA (Business & Finance) (Over photo of Merkel 'praying') Bolsa fallss to lowest in 30 months - Merkel's tribulations to save Euro - Cajas' real estate stock increases by 2,700 million in 2011 / EUROPA SUR (Campo de Gibraltar) Landaluce and De la Encina will stand for Congress - Araujo and Caruana in harmony - Stock market crash is endless YOU CAN SPONSOR THIS WEEKDAY FEATURE FOR ONLY €2

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