Brussels is not concerned about the Spanish banks, even despite the problems of a systemic lender like Popular, in the process of being sold. The Spanish banks have shown that they have done their homework and restructured their balance sheets since receiving a European bail-out in 2012.
Draghi about Spanish banks
MADRID | By Francisco López | The euro zone’s growth has been better than expected and the last data had unleashed speculation before a possible change of message of the ECB’s President. Far from reality. To the disappointment of the Bank’s Board hawks, with Germany at the forefront, Mr. Draghi has guaranteed that the price of money will follow “at the current level (0.50%) or even lower for an extended period of time”.