Spanish newspaper El Economista published an article alleging that the EU, IMF and the US Treasury were planning on how to boost Spain's liquidity, with one option being extending a $335 billion credit line. The European Commission, however, has vehemently denied this. And a Spanish government spokesman said that a meeting between the prime minister and IMF chief scheduled for Friday is "unconnected" with reports that Spain is asking for a bailout. We wonder what they'll be talking about then. Read more: Reuters
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