On Thursday night, Spain's finance minister Luis de Guindos insisted that the country "doesn't need a bailout."While the country may not want rescue loans for its government, it may still approach the eurozone's emergency funds, which would let the ECB to start buying Spanish bonds, keeping a lid on the country's near-term borrowing rates.
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