ALAN CLENDENNINGMADRID (AP) â¿¿ Spanish banks must raise an additional euro50 billion ($65.5 billion) to cover their exposure to toxic real estate loans and assets accumulated during a construction boom that went bust with the financial crisis, according to new regulations unveiled Thursday.
Spain Tells Banks To Cover Toxic Assets Or Merge
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