Monday, 3 October 2011

Today's headlines

EL PAÍS Rubalcaba warns against rythm of cuts and savings excess - 'Indignant' protests in NYC spread through US - Iceland seeks refuge in Euro to avoid future financial crises / EL MUNDO Constitutional Court supports violence in a 'strike context' - Grece announces it can't meet its targets - Rubalcaba sets doubts on Zapatero adjustments / PÚBLICO Alarm bells sound for PSOE - 'Indignant'protests intensify in USA / ABC Next government will inherit a €30,000 million financial gap - Rajoy will include pension increase of at least 3% in electoral programme / CINCO DÍAS (Business & Finance) PP lobbies EU to lower tourism taxes - (Bank of Spain President Miguel Ángel Fernández) Ordóñez requests central banking services cutbacks to half - Merged Cajas increase basic commissions together - Spain is the only large country to up Income Tax / EUROPA SUR (Campo de Gibraltar) Province's economy drops to 2005 levels - PP accuses (Algeciras Mayor Sánchez) Rull of employing his supporters - Area reservoirs at 80.4% of capacity - Spain repeats world roller hockey title against Argentina YOU CAN SPONSOR THIS WEEKDAY FEATURE FOR ONLY €2

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