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Food price rises take Spain’s inflation rate to levels not seen since 1992

RISING food and fuel prices have rocketed Spain's inflation rate to its highest figure an almost three decades. Inflation stands at 5.6% up by 0.2%...

WATCH: New €100 and €200 notes legal in Spain from today are vegan friendly, shorter and more secure

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xYspQpmfWaE THE new €100 and €200 notes have landed in Spain and the 19 other countries which have adopted the currency. This freshly minted legal tender...

Spain’s finance minister fails to impress MEPs for European Central Bank role

The candidates were grilled on their approaches to monetary policy, with some MEPs expressing 'reservations for minister De Guindos's appointment', said Roberto Gualtieri, the committee’s chairman. 

Brexit, house prices and reasons not to worry

Brits will always want a place in the sun but keep an eye on exchange rates, writes Smart Currency Exchange expert Mark Rickard

European Central Bank to buy 10% of Spain’s public debt

The ECB will purchase around €100 billion of Spain's one trillion public debt

Big thumbs up from Germany

By columnist Mark Rickard

ECB cuts rates causing euro to weaken dramatically

The changes are aimed at forcing banks to lend

Brits should shop in Spain

Sterling is bouncing back meaning serious savings for British shoppers in Spain

‘Sell in May and go away’

Columnist Richard Alexander asks if we're looking for a dip in the economy come the summer, and if so where you should put your money

Spain’s inflation rate dips into negative for February

The drop is likely to put pressure on the European Central Bank this month

Cash boost for Spanish road upgrades

European funding will help boost infrastructure construction

Eurozone leaders seek clarification from Spain over bailout

Finance ministers demand to know whether Madrid will request financial support amid growing concerns over slow recovery

Spanish public debt hits record high

The figures paint a bleak picture as Spain ponders over whether to request European bailout

Spain dismisses need for urgent bailout

Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy tells parliament that rescue fund may not be needed

Spanish Prime Minister issues warning over borrowing costs

Mariano Rajoy urges European Central Bank to resume emergency measures to help weaker countries

Maximilian Bartie

Our resident columnist, formerly of Royal Tunbridge Wells, puts the world to rights




U-TURN CAMPAIGN: Plea as petition for expat drivers in Spain nears 5,000 signatures

A PETITION demanding an answer from the British government over the right for expats to drive in Spain is nearly halfway there. Nearly 4,500 people...


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