Friday, 28 October 2011

Today's headlines

EL PAÍS Demands on banks will reduce credit even further - USA loses optimism - Managing the end of ETA divided democrats in Basque Country / ABC (Re pie thrown at President of Navarra) This is how ETA friends make 'politics' - PP close to becoming leading party in Basque Country at N-20 elections - Politicians and banks fear credit restrictions / PÚBLICO Spanish banks disagrees but comply - Life for 12 torturers of Argentine dictatorship - Court denies permission to music industry to spy on P2P networks / EL MUNDO PP and Banks see Spain as big loser at summit - Police must shield Puerta del Sol from the 'indignant' by order of the Electoral Board - European markets respond with euphoria / CINCO DÍAS (Busines & Finance) Banks adjust to demands - Income brakes as VAT effect diminishes - Luis del Rivero breaks with Loureda and is alone at Sacyr / EUROPA SUR (Campo de Gibraltar) Redundancies will halve personnel costs for Los Barrios - (Unpaid staff) Mobilization fails in La Línea - Spanish banks will clean up with its own resources

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