Spanish Bank Aid Request Seen as Moody’s CautionsEmma Ross-Thomas and Charles Penty
Spain may today move closer to becoming the fourth euro-area nation to receive aid, as the International Monetary Fund said the country’s banks need at least 37 billion euros ($46 billion) to bear a weaker economy.
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