World News   Spain   Business   Financial (18)
Spain, Financial Timeline Monday, April 9 Bookmark and Share     Author
Search World News Atlas:
  Spanish bank bailout request welcomed
World News (12) World Financial (254) Spain (183) Business (35) Financial (18)
Bank (8)
2012 (14) 2011 (3) 2010 (1)
Financial on Wikipedia Financial on Web

Europe Financial (92)   Rajoy (7)   Bailout (84)   Moody's (16)
Spain PM: 'Credibility of euro' is saved
  Spain opposes bailout conditions   Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has said he will not accept outside conditions over a possible bailout Spain to get 30bn euros for banks  Eurozone finance ministers have agreed to lend Spain 30bn euros (24bn; $37bn) this month to help its troubled banks Spain banks downgraded by Moody's  The ratings agency Moody's has cut the credit rating on 28 of Spain's banks, one week after the country asked for money to support them   Spain crisis costs enter 'danger zone'

year 2012 Top ^

  Spain's borrowing costs have risen to 7%, another euro-era record, with lenders demanding a higher interest rate
  A credit line of up to 100 billion ($125 billion) for Spain's troubled banks has rescued the credibility of the euro, Mariano Rajoy said

  Spain's decision to request a loan of up to 100bn euros from eurozone funds to help shore up its struggling banks has won broad support
Jun.8   Spain bailout talks 'imminent'  Eurozone finance ministers are to hold a conference call to discuss a bailout for Spanish banks Jun.6 Spain bond sale to test markets  Spain will try to raise money on credit markets on Thursday days after it said it was all but blocked from them   Spain rejects bailout speculation  Spain's economy minister has dampened speculation that the country is about to seek a bailout of its bank sector May.25 Spain's Bankia seeks 19bn euros
  Spain's fourth-largest bank, Bankia, asks for a bailout worth 19bns euros ($24bn), and admits that it made a massive loss last year.    Trading in shares in Bankia has been suspended in Madrid. ...
May.17 Moody's downgrades Spanish banks
  Ratings agency has cut the credit ratings of 16 banks, a further blow to a country that is struggling to deal with the bad debts of its banking sector
May.16 Spain set to pay more on bonds  Spain's borrowing costs look set to spike on Thursday when the country's treasury sells up to 2.5bn euros of three- and four-year sovereign bonds Apr.5 Eyes on Spain as euro debt fears resurface  The Spanish government sold 2.6 billion worth of bonds, which came in at the lower end of the estimated range of 2.5 billion and 3.5 bill... Feb.14   Moody's downgrades European countries  European Union: Moody's cut the credit ratings of six European countries on amid continued anxiety over the continent's debt crisis and its sluggish economy

year 2011 Top ^

Oct.13 S&P lowers Spain's credit rating
  S&P has cut Spain's long-term credit rating by one notch, from AA to AA-, because of weak growth and high levels of private-sector debt Oct.7 Italy and Spain debt downgraded  Italian and Spanish government debt have both been downgraded by the Fitch credit rating agency by one notch, from AA- to A+ Aug.11   Four EU nations ban short-selling  France: France, Italy, Spain and Belgium have banned short-selling on the shares of banks and other financial companies

year 2010 Top ^

May.11 Spain to unveil deep budget cuts
  The government is set to detail deep cuts in public spending amid EU concerns that economic problems afflicting Greece may spread

Add a favorite (file a bookmark) to Spain, Financial Timeline

Please send feedback to:

Advertise on Spain, Financial Page