Tuesday, 22 November 2011

Today's headlines

EL PAÍS Rajoy asks Merkel for EU help because Spain meets its demands - State takes over Banco de Valencia with €3billion rescue - Markets ignore elections and renew pressure on Spanish debt / ABC Rajoy talks to Merkel and gets her support - 'Express' kidnap ends in chase and shooting, two seriously injured - Zapatero questions Rubalcaba as leader of the opposition / PÚBLICO (Under picture of 'reset' key) PSOE reset - Banco de Valencia, taken over -Prime risk reaches historic maximum and Ibex (Spanish stock market) falls by 3.5% after elections / EL MUNDO Zapatero stops Rubalcaba manouevre to lead PSOE - Soraya's hour (re Sáenz de Santamaría probably becoming Vice-President) - Egypt repression causes fall of government  / CINCO DÍAS (Business & Finance) Banco de Valencia, Rajoy's first upset - Market ignores elections - Financial crisis spreads beyon EuroZone and hits Hungary / EUROPA SUR (Campo de Gibraltar) Rajoy Cabinet to be ready before Christmas -Carlos Bezares resigns from San Roque Council after sentence - 'Rajoy effect' has no effect on markets

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