BALTIMORE ( Stockpickr) -- What do taxes in Spain have to do with your portfolio this morning? More than you may think.Spain is in the crosshairs this morning, after Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy announced 65 billion euros of spending cuts and tax hikes to try to calm anxious traders. Spain's 10-year bonds have been flirting with 7% yields, a cost level that makes it nearly impossible for the Kingdom to keep up with its debt load. And if Spain can't pay those bills, the eurozone (and anything with financial connections to it) could be in serious trouble.
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