Spain and Portugal should follow Italy’s lead by tapping retail investors, says Barclays economist.
Clouds are gathering over the Iberian peninsula. Attention is shifting from Greece, given temporary respite by the EU-IMF bailout, to Spain and Portugal as fears mount over their fiscal deficits and...
Despite the spectre of sovereign defaults hanging over several members of the Eurozone, Allianz, the world’s largest insurer by premium volume, is not going to alter its exposure to government debt in...
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