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Spanish shares lead the way down in Europe after data on its banks' dependence on the ECB. The...

Spanish shares lead the way down in Europe after data on its banks' dependence on the ECB. The IBEX 35 -2.2%. Banco Santander (STD) -1% premarket. BBVA -1.7% in Madrid. Europe as a whole: Stoxx 50 -1%. The divergence between Spain and the rest continues to grow.
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  • spidermike999
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    I wonder when Spain's contagion will spill over to the U.S.?
    13 Apr 2012, 10:56 AM Reply Like
  • spidermike999
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    Retired Canadian investor who wants to supplement his retirement income.
    13 Apr 2012, 03:01 PM Reply Like
  • Advill
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    There are a lot of good European companies with very low prices and very attractive dividends ( 10-14%) they are German, French, Spanish, etc. like FTE, Deutch Telecomm, STD, etc.

     

    European problem is a speculative fight against those who are taking definitive measures to stop the buckology and the "kick the can to next generation" american policy.

     

    As Investor (not as trader) this companies will have a good rebound in prices, meanwhile you wait with a 10% dividend to happen.
    15 Apr 2012, 10:20 PM Reply Like
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