If Spain will lead the Eurozone in 2015 and 2016, what happened to the Spailout?

“Last year, Spain paid close to 4 per cent to borrow money for 10 years: on Tuesday it paid just 1.66 per cent,” the FT reported on Tuesday.

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Julia Pastor
Julia Pastor has broad experience in business writing for Consejeros Media Group at Consejeros, Consenso del Mercado and The Corner. Previously, she worked for the financial news agency GBA and contributed to El País Business. She holds a Master's in Financial Journalism and a degree in English from the Complutense University in Madrid.

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