S&P: Possible Spain bailout wouldn't hurt rating

S&P: Possible Spain bailout wouldn't hurt rating

Madrid : Spain | Aug 22, 2012 at 12:27 PM PDT
Source: Miami Herald
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Rating agency Standard & Poor's says a Spanish request for a bailout to help it through the eurozone's sovereign debt crisis probably would not harm the country's credit rating...Overspending by its semiautonomous regions and a double-dip recession have driven its borrowing costs higher as investors... FULL ARTICLE AT Miami Herald
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