Italian and Spanish construction companies with global projects on the brink or over the brink.
The clandestine role of the Spanish government in a run on deposits that drained €29 billion from Catalan banks.
The economic miracle fueled by foreign-currency debt.
How to prevent its shares from dropping below €0.01?
They were supposed to protect banks and punish homeowners in difficulties — but they didn’t prevent banks from collapsing.
After the euro debt crisis, Spain’s alpha-lender sought greener pastures in the Emerging Markets. That bet is coming home to roost.
It is impossible to overstate the importance of tourism to Spain’s economy.
To diversify from the euro debt-crisis, the biggest Spanish banks pushed deeply into Emerging Markets. Now, six years later, they’re in a new crisis.
To heck with the concerns of local citizens and city councils.
Banks are curtailing “cash services.” But why?