Germany is open to a precautionary credit line for Spain, reports Bloomberg. Spain is supposedly...
Germany is open to a precautionary credit line for Spain, reports Bloomberg. Spain is supposedly interested in a bailout "line of credit" in which the ESM would approve but not disburse any funds until Spain draws on them - more "bazooka in pocket" stuff. The euro adds 35 pips to already solid gains, +0.8% to $1.3049.
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at Benzinga.com (Jan 5, 2015)
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