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28/01/08: Video's European Championship 1998 Oviedo (Spain)
2033-06-30 00:00:00
Video's European Championship 1998 in Oviedo with: Ulla Werbrouck (BEL), Karin Kienhuis (NED), Rafal Kozielewski (POL), Vitali Makarov (RUS), Ghislain Lemaire (FRA), Ben Sonnemans (NED), Ruslan Mirzaliyev (UKR), Nestor Khergiani (GEO) etc, etc.
2012 Catalunya MotoGP FP3 Result: Pedrosa Crushes Race Lap Record
2012-06-02 11:19:00
Dani Pedrosa topped the timesheets in the final session of free practice for the MotoGP class at Barcelona, smashing the existing race lap record and getting well on the way to the pole record, which has stood since 2008. Pedrosa took the top spot in the last few minutes of the session, after mounting a soft rear to drop his times into the 1'41 bracket.  Pedrosa had to depose his Repsol Honda teammate to take the top spot. Casey Stoner had sneaked ahead of Monster Tech 3 Yamaha's Andrea Dovizioso in the last 10 minutes, posting a scorching time using the harder rear. Dovizioso had held the fastest time for most of the session, having been the first man to get under 1'42 early on in FP2, though the Italian had used the soft rear to get the time. Hector Barbera ended the session in 4th, the Pramac Ducati taking advantage of Jorge Lorenzo to leapfrog well up the field. Barbera finished ahead of the factory Ducati of Nicky Hayden, the American taking 5th spot ahead of y...
2012 Catalunya Moto3 FP3 Result: Vinales Takes Command
2012-06-02 10:23:00
Maverick Vinales led the final session of free practice for the Moto3 class at Barcelona, taking a massive 0.7 second lead with a fast final lap. The Spaniard had been at or close to the top for much of FP3, but put some serious space between himself and 2nd place man Zulfahmi Khairuddin with that last lap. Khairuddin leads the trio of Ajo KTMs, the Air Asia-backed Malaysian leading the Red Bull riders Danny Kent and Sandro Cortese. Cortese suffered a heavy fall, but appears to have come away relatively unhurt, only reporting a painful hand. Results: Race Details 2012 read more
2012 Catalunya MotoGP Friday Round Up: On Weather, Ducati Upgrades And The
2012-06-02 00:38:00
After the fickle weather which has dogged the first three European rounds of MotoGP, the first day of practice at Barcelona weekend got off to a dry, warm and sunny start. It was just what the teams and riders needed, some dry track time to work on the issues they face: for Honda, the chatter which they have suffered since the introduction of the RCV213V in the middle of last year, for Ducati, the lack of rear grip and poor drive out of corners, and for Yamaha, well, nothing really, it's a pretty good bike as it is. Conditions were pretty near ideal, though the blazing afternoon sun made the track a little too hot to get the best out of the tires, and it showed in the times. In the MotoGP class, Jorge Lorenzo posted a time well inside the race lap record, while in Moto2, Thomas Luthi obliterated the outright lap record in the morning session. Only Moto3 lagged behind, the brand new four-stroke class still a way off the times set by the 125cc bikes which they replaced. read more
2012 Catalunya Moto2 And Moto3 Friday Press Releases
2012-06-01 21:13:00
Press releases from the Moto2 and Moto3 teams after the first day of practice at the Montmelo circuit near Barcelona: Year:  2012 read more
2012 Catalunya Moto2 FP2 Result: Luthi Leads Again
2012-06-01 17:57:00
Thomas Luthi ended the second session of free practice for the Moto2 class at Barcelona where he left off the first: at the top of the timesheets, with a comfortable lead. Despite a crash towards the end of the session, the Interwetten Paddock rider finished FP2 four tenths faster than the man in 2nd place, Marc VDS Racing's Scott Redding. The HP Pons Kalex of Pol Espargaro took 3rd spot, another four tenths behind Redding and at the head of a gaggle of close riders, with Andrea Iannone in 4th, Alex de Angelis in 5th and Takaaki Nakagami in 6th spot. Results: Race Details 2012 read more
2012 Catalunya MotoGP FP2 Result: Lorenzo Smashes Race Lap Record As Hondas
2012-06-01 15:16:00
Jorge Lorenzo sits atop the timesheets after the first day of practice for the MotoGP class, the Factory Yamaha rider having controlled the afternoon session with ease, smashing the Barcelona race lap record in the attempt. Yamaha riders had a monopoly over the top of the timesheet for much of the session, with all 4 Yamahas sitting in the top 5 at one point. But times tumbled towards the end of the session, allowing a few interlopers to intervene. San Carlo Gresini's Alvaro Bautista grabbed the 2nd spot, two tenths of a second behind Lorenzo, the Spaniard posting a strong performance throughout FP2. The Monster Tech 3 Yamahas followed, Cal Crutchlow staying ahead of Andrea Dovizioso, while Pramac Ducati's Hector Barbera inserted himself between the Tech 3 bikes and Ben Spies to grap 5th. Spies, who had a good session throughout, found himself in 6th, just ahead of Dani Pedrosa, the first of the factory Hondas. Both Pedrosa and Casey Stoner (10th) failed to make an impact, t...
2012 Catalunya Moto3 FP2 Result: Rossi Dominates, Vinales And Cortese Follo
2012-06-01 14:32:00
Louis Rossi has brought the form that took him to victory at Le Mans with him to Barcelona, topping the timesheets in Moto3 FP2 after dominating throughout. Maverick Vinales closed in on the Frenchman to the end, but could not catch him, though the Spaniard got ahead of his main title rival Sandro Cortese. Miguel Oliveira ended the session in 4th, ahead of Danny Kent and Romano Fenati. Results: Race Details 2012 read more
2012 Catalunya Moto2 FP1 Result: Luthi Dominates, Espargaro Follows
2012-06-01 12:21:00
Thomas Luthi dominated the first session of free practice for the Moto2 class at Barcelona, getting to the top of the timesheets early and only briefly ceding top spot to Pol Espargaro in the latter stages, before upping the pace and posting the fastest Moto2 lap ever recorded at the circuit. Espargaro ended the session in 2nd, over half a second behind the Swiss rider, while Scott Redding took 5th spot nearly nine tenths off the pace of Luthi. Speed Up's Mike Di Meglio grabbed 4th spot, ahead of Redding's Marc VDS teammate Mika Kallio, while Frenchman Johann Zarco rounds out the top 6. Marc Marquez could manage only the 12th position in FP1, nearly 1.4 seconds off the pace of Luthi. Results: Race Details 2012 read more
2012 Catalunya MotoGP FP1 Result: Stoner Edges Pedrosa
2012-06-01 11:16:00
Casey Stoner topped the first session of practice for the MotoGP class at Barcelona, taking over from his Repsol Honda teammate Dani Pedrosa in the final minutes of the session. Jorge Lorenzo led a gaggle of Yamahas, with Cal Crutchlow making the best of his new brakes to get ahead of the second factory Yamaha of Ben Spies. Stefan Bradl took the 6th fastest time, very close to the pace of Crutchlow and Spies. Nicky Hayden got the best of the new electronics package on his Ducati, setting the 7th fastest time just a thousandth of a second behind Bradl, and just ahead of Karel Abraham. Andrea Dovizioso ended the session in 9th, ahead of Alvaro Bautista, while Valentino Rossi ended the session in 11th. Results: Race Details 2012 read more
2012 Catalunya Moto3 FP1 Result: Vinales Leads Oliveira And Cortese
2012-06-01 10:15:00
Maverick Vinales topped the first session of free practice for the Moto3 class at Barcelona, posting a time nearlly half a second faster than Miguel Oliveira. The Portuguese rider in turn was just over a tenth faster than Sandro Cortese, who put his KTM ahead of the Air Asia bike of Zulfahmi Khairuddin. Results: Race Details 2012 read more
2012 Catalunya MotoGP Thursday Round Up - Of Italian Earthquakes, Ducati's
2012-06-01 01:10:00
If MotoGP can be said to have a backyard, then the Montmelo circuit just outside Barcelona is surely it. Series organizer Dorna has its offices just south of the city, and the Catalunya region - and especially the dormitory towns surrounding Barcelona - has provide a rich seam of riding talent, a seam almost as rich as its Italian counterpart surrounding the Misano circuit, comprising Cattolica, Riccione and the immediate area. So this is a home race for everyone, almost literally for some people. Where normally, nearly everyone in the paddock stays in hotels or rented accommodation, Dorna staff and some team members are now commuting to work from their homes in Barcelona. And there are plenty of riders in more or less the same boat. Jorge Lorenzo lives in the city, Dani Pedrosa is from Sabadell, the industrial town just south of the track, while the Espargaro brothers Aleix and Pol are from Granollers, the town just a stone's throw from the Montmelo track. The pressure is enorm...
MotoGP Silly Season Burning Questions #1: The Mathematics of Marc Marquez
2012-05-31 21:22:00
Casey Stoner's retirement announcement marked the - unhealthily early - opening of MotoGP's silly season, and with just two weeks having passed, it is, in the words of Nicky Hayden, "too early to start thinking about that." At the moment, factories, teams and riders are still absorbing the news and pondering their strategy for the many talks and negotiations which will surely follow. Though the paddock, the media and the internet are full of speculation, everything is so open that even the wildest guess may turn out to be true. Even so, there are a few hard truths that we can be sure of, and most of them revolve around Marc Marquez. After Jorge Lorenzo and Valentino Rossi, Marquez will play a key role in who goes where in 2013. Honda is a strong supporter of the Spaniard, in no small part due to the backing of oil giant Repsol. It seems almost certain (almost, but not completely) that Marquez will end up on a Honda in 2013, but that brings its own set of challenges...
2012 Catalunya Moto2 And Moto3 Press Release Previews
2012-05-31 18:49:00
Press release previews from the Moto2 and Moto3 teams ahead of this weekend's round at Barcelona: Year:  2012 read more
So much for ?the Spanish dream?: Euro crisis turns suburbs into ghost towns
2012-05-31 09:41:00
Just north of Spanish capital Madrid lies Cuidad Valdeluz. Built during the country’s economic boom, it was promoted as a suburban family paradise for tens of thousands of people. Today, it is one of 12 near ghost towns in Spain, …Read more »
Why Spain Is Officially Europe?s Biggest Crisis ? The Atlantic
2012-05-30 14:09:00
Spain has a problem. It’s running out of money.  More precisely, it’s running out of euros. It can’t print them. It can’t borrow them, except at ruinous rates. It’s bailout or bust.  But first, a bit of background. Spain was, …Read more »
La verità sulle bollette? A pesare sono le fossili
2012-05-30 11:08:00
Pubblicato il dossier di Legambiente sugli oneri elettrici. In dieci anni le famiglie hanno dovuto pagare un aumento di circa 177 euro a famiglia. Ma le rinnovabili incidono solo per il 13% sulle fatture elettriche. Mentre i consumatori sono alle prese con il nuovo aumento sulle bollette elettriche, Legambiente torna ancora una volta sulla questione ...
Spain Concerns Cause Additional Euro Losses
2012-05-30 09:04:00
Source: ForexYard Spain Concerns Cause Additional Euro Losses After reaching as high as 1.2573 against the US dollar in early morning trading yesterday, the euro once again turned bearish as investor concerns regarding the health of Spanish banks weighed down on the common currency. Turning to today, traders will want to pay attention to the results of an Italian debt auction … [visit site to read . . . → Read More: Spain Concerns Cause Additional Euro Losses
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Tens of thousands march in Spain over austerity
2012-05-12 20:45:00
Tens of thousands of Spaniards angered by grim economic prospects and the political handling of the international financial crisis turned out for street demonstrations in the country's cities Saturday, marking the one-year anniversary of a movement that inspired similar pressure groups in other countries.
Puyol injury a Big Setback for Spain
2012-05-11 07:32:00
FC Barcelona medical team has confimred that Carles Puyol, the Barca Captain will be missing this Summer's Euro 2012 due to a knee injury. Our Captain Caveman will most probably have to undergo surgery when his national team colleagues will be trying to defend their title in Ukraine and Poland. The absence of Puyol from the squad will be a huge blow to Del Bosque's teams chance of successfully defending their title. Already leading betting agency has increased Germany's odds following Puyol's injury report. Betfair's Euro 2012 Betting odd have Spain still in number one position with a 3.82/1 odd but Germany at 4.33/1 represent looks like a real force especially after Puyol's injury. If David Villa is not declared fit and misses from the squad, Spain will have a huge deficit in experience and skill in two of the most important areas. If the injury was to a midfielder, Del Bosque wouldn't have cared much; but defense and attack(especially with Torres form) is a bit stretched at...
Spain 'needs to establish a new REITs regime'
2012-05-10 02:00:00
The Spanish government needs to introduce measures to set up a competitive real estate investment trust (REIT) regime. Chief executive of the European Public Real Estate Association Philip Charls explained to Property Magazine International that a well developed REITs scheme can be a powerful tool for attracting international investment. He stressed the only way for the nation's government to generate strong interest in Spain's property sector is to "understand how other countries have achieved this goal with a dynamic and efficient REIT structure". Mr Charls added the reason why investors are drawn to REITs in other destinations - such as the UK, France and the US - is because they are "a widely understood, transparent and well-managed corporate model".  With investment demand for Spanish real estate assets well into negative territory in the first quarter of this year and expected to remain flat over the three months from April to June, according to ...
Spain expected to bail out Bankia
2012-05-09 02:00:00
The Spanish government is expected to announce a package of financial aid for one of the nation's largest banks - Bankia. Between €7 billion (£5.6 billion) and €10 billion is likely to be ploughed into the firm to help bolster its balance sheet and cover future losses. Bankia and its parent company BFA are the most exposed lenders to the Spanish property market, holding €31.7 billion of troubled real estate assets, according to Reuters. Rodrigo Rato, chairman at Bankia, announced he would step down from his position ahead of the anticipated government bailout. Last week, Luis de Guindos, Spain's economy minister, revealed proposals encouraging banks to transfer their bad property loans into holding companies run in conjunction with asset management firms would not be compulsory, Reuters reported. A government announcement about Bankia's future is expected on Friday (May 11th), once a new chairman has been appointed at the organisation. Jose Ignacio Goir...
Spain?s Fiscal Armageddon Will Be Warning
2012-05-02 20:40:00
Mark this down — soon you will tune into the news and hear about “All Spain, all the time.” By this summer (and maybe sooner) Spain will be on everyone’s lips. You will wish you never heard of Spain. Spain …Read more »
The Pain in Spain
2012-04-25 19:19:00
It really does seem to be All Spain All the Time, but there is a reason. Unlike Greece, Spain makes a difference to the eurozone. It may be both too big to allow to fail and too big to save. Last week I came across a very informative 50-page PowerPoint on the situation in Spain from Carmel Asset Management. It is too big to send, but I asked Jonathan Carmel to draft a smaller document with some of the key points. I find it compelling. You can access the entire PowerPoint on my website. If you are not … [visit site to read . . . → Read More: The Pain in Spain
Spain 'popular due to being established investment destination'
2012-04-23 02:00:00
Buyers seeking out real estate in Spain are doing so because it is among the most established and therefore reliable markets, an expert has suggested. Liz Rowlinson, editor at A Place in the Sun Magazine, said a few years ago there was a tendency to look to invest in the next "hot, new emerging place" as buyers sought new frontiers. However, she noted, this caused problems for investors - who spent money where property bubbles existed and often lost out. Ms Rowlinson added: "They are steering very clear of those and are looking at the solid, established, well-tested markets like Spain, France and Italy." One reason many buyers could look to established European locations like Spain is because of the improving exchange rate between the pound and the euro. Managing director of Mallorca Sotheby's International Realty Stephen Dight noted this week that sterling is at a 19-month high against the multi-nation currency as it appears "attractively stable"...
Euro rate 'a major boost for buyers in Spain'
2012-04-20 02:00:00
People buying property in Spain can now take advantage of the most favourable exchange rate between sterling and the euro for 19 months. Managing director of Mallorca Sotheby’s International Realty Stephen Dight said this makes the present time a very good one to buy in Mallorca. He commented: "The eurozone debt crisis is weighing heavily the European Central Bank's and politicians' shoulders, which makes sterling appear to be attractively stable and increase in value." Mr Dight also noted those investing in the Balearics who do so before May 1st can avoid the deadline for a new property transfer tax being introduced in the islands. The tax changes apply to more expensive properties, but new-build homes are excluded from the tax and instead subjected to a different levy whose rate has been halved. Reuters columnist Fiona Maharg-Bravo predicted this week that property prices in Spain are likely to become cheaper in the near future as unemployment rises and the ...
Mortgage Rates Fall For Third Straight Week
2012-04-13 14:45:00
After a brief surge north 4 percent last month, mortgage rates have settled back near their lowest levels of all-time.
Islam Conquers European Football :: Gatestone Institute
2012-04-05 15:57:00
As part of the agreement, however, the ruler of Ras al-Khaimah required Real Madrid to remove the cross from the crown on its logo for all promotional materials. The president of Real Madrid dutifully complied. The top-ranked football team in …Read more »
Akihiko Onji: Spain two handed tapping Improvisation
2012-04-05 15:50:00
Akihiko Onji - Spain two handed tapping Improvisation
The Train in Spain: Essential information about trains and fares
2012-04-04 16:34:00
Regina Bryan’s interesting article here on EuroCheapo last month sparked a discussion on rail fares in Spain. So we thought a few thoughts on Spanish rail travel might be in order. The hop-on-at-will culture that prevails in many European countries when it comes to long-distance rail travel simply does not apply in Spain. All long-distance services in Spain and even the majority of inter-regional (or medium-distance) trains need to be pre-booked. Access to departure platforms at principal stations is strictly regulated, with only those holding a valid ticket and seat reservation for the upcoming departure being allowed through to the platform. On premium services, luggage is screened in X-ray machines. Seville Santa Justa station. Photo © hidden europe Grand design So the whole mood of many Spanish main-line stations is more like that of an airport. This is not unique to Spain. Travelers on the Eurostar services that link London with the continent will be familiar with check-in p...
All Spain All the Time
2012-04-02 15:42:00
Last Monday I was in Paris and was asked to do a spot on CNBC London. I arrived at the studios an hour early due to a misunderstanding of the time zones, so while trying to catch up on the news I listened to CNBC. I had just written about Spain in last week’s letter and guessed that was what they wanted to talk to me about, but for the full hour before I got on it seemed like every guest wanted to talk about Spain. When I had my turn and indeed got the Spain question, I smiled and noted that we were now in a period when it would be "All Spain All the Time," for at . . . → Read More: All Spain All the Time
Real estate values slide in Spain
2012-03-30 02:00:00
The price of residential property in Spain fell by 3.4 per cent in the first quarter of 2012, compared to the previous three months. Bloomberg reported on data from Idealista, which revealed the average cost of buying a home in the nation continued to decline at the start of this year, noting in Barcelona house prices are down by 2.9 per cent, while in Valencia this figure is 2.2 per cent. Fernando Encinar, founder of the property firm, told the news provider one of the main drivers for falling real estate values is the lack of mortgage finance available. "Legislation passed by the government in February to push banks to provision for real estate will result in similar declines over the remaining quarters of this year," he asserted. Last month, Banco Santander, Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria and Caixabank - the country's three largest financial institutions by market value - announced they would set aside a further €2.3 billion (£1.93 billion), €1.4 b...
Strike in Spain Concerns Markets
2012-03-29 11:06:00
Source: Advanced Currency Markets | G10 Advancers and Decliners vs USD JPY 0.46 GBP 0.16 CHF 0.10 EUR 0.10 FX risk appetite was able to gain marginally in the Asian session after selling-off in yesterday’s session. But there is a heavy feel to trading, as Europe is to open broadly in the red. The lingering positive sentiment due to Fed Chairman Bernanke?s seemingly dovish pro-QE3 remarks has already begun to fade in currencies, equities and commodities. Asia?s regional indices were soft with the… Read More …
Mortgage lending in Spain falls
2012-03-28 02:00:00
The number of mortgages issued in Spain, as well as the collective value of the loans, fell in January, according to new figures. Data published by the Instituto Nacional de Estadistica revealed the volume of mortgaged properties in Spain slid by 37.1 per cent between January this year and the same month in 2011, while the overall value of lending declined by 34 per cent. However, the average amount borrowed by individuals climbed by five per cent on an annual basis - and by 10.6 per cent month-on-month. Banks still provide the bulk of the home loans in the nation, both in terms of value and number, although the organisation noted savings banks generally offer slightly lower interest rates than their mainstream counterparts. Earlier this month, director at Conti Clare Nessling pointed out that, while the average loan-to-value ratio in Spain is 65 to 70 per cent, this can be higher in areas where the real estate market has been "more resilient", such as the Canary and B...
Spain 'remains a top choice for overseas buyers'
2012-03-27 02:00:00
Spain is still one of the most popular countries in the world among Brits looking for a home overseas. Research conducted by Caxton FX for the Independent on Sunday revealed the nation took second place in a list of the top ten destinations for property purchases abroad. Only France was more popular among respondents. Speaking to the newspaper, Marc Pritchard, from Taylor Wimpey de Espana, commented: "Spain's climate, infrastructure, ease of access from the UK, combined with good hospitals and healthcare system, political stability, timeless tourism appeal and affordable housing market draws buyers in their droves." The publication went on to advise those seeking a property in Spain to approach the current market with caution, noting that while there are significant discounts to be found it is important to choose a high-quality development. Jon Ainge, director of International Property Success, recently asserted the reason why Brits continue to be attracted to Spanish...
A golden Phoenician exhibit in Spain
2012-03-26 11:08:00
The so-called Carambolo Treasure is made up of 21 elaborately worked 24-carat gold pieces that together weigh almost three kilos.The collection, which dates back to the Phoenician period, was discovered by workmen in 1958 on a hill in Camas on the outskirts of Sevilla.Later excavations revealed the site was a sacred complex, dedicated to Astarte and Baal, thought to date back to the 9th Century BC and probably used by the Phoenician merchants who ruled Sevilla until the start of the 7th Century BC. via Olive Press Newspaper Spain.
2012-03-22 17:23:00
We suppose that most of our readers already know this, but we here at República really love social commentary. Here's some that comes from our good friend, Jeff Lapaixx, who decided to take his frist stab at documentary work. We could spend time describing its context, but thought that it'd just be better to let the man himself describe it in his own words:
Claudio Pietronik: Spain improvisation (Chick Corea)
2012-03-21 01:45:00
Claudio Pietronik - Spain improvisation (Chick Corea)
Akihiko Onji: Spain two handed tapping Improvisation
2012-03-16 02:05:00
Akihiko Onji - Spain two handed tapping Improvisation
Research mortgage market before buying in Spain
2012-03-16 01:00:00
While the significant price falls experienced in the Spanish real estate market are attracting investors, one expert has advised potential buyers to do their research when it comes to financing a property purchase. Marc Elliott, owner of Fluent Finance Abroad and an independent mortgage consultant, explained investors need to do their homework before taking out a loan from a bank. For overseas buyers, most lenders are offering a loan-to-value (LTV) of between 60 per cent and 70 per cent, although there are 110 per cent LTV mortgages available on some bank-owned properties, with the additional money provided to cover purchase costs. While these bank-owned homes might seem like a great deal, Mr Elliott urged investors to be cautious. "If you have a sizeable deposit at your fingertips it would probably be better to look at the traditional real estate market, as these properties tend to be slightly better value for money," he stated. Director at Conti Clare Nessling recen...
European Countries That Make You Go Hmmm?
2012-03-13 17:27:00
Today’s Outside the Box comes to us from Grant Williams, who covers the world from his perch in Singapore, in his always instructive and always entertaining Things That Make You Go Hmmm… I felt for him right at the outset today, because (like yours truly) he was trying really hard … not to talk about Greece.And so, he announced, he was going to talk about Spain and about oil; but then, before he even made it through his opening paragraph, there was this: "… ahhhh NUTS! They did it AGAIN…. ok… the Greek restructuring. It’s not as though I could ignore it, now, is it? … Oil can wait until next time…. no doubt it’ll be an issue then . . . → Read More: European Countries That Make You Go Hmmm?
Spain proposes mortgage changes
2012-03-13 01:00:00
The Spanish government unveiled a new voluntary code of conduct on Friday (March 9th) for the nation's banks to follow in relation to foreclosed properties. Under the new guidelines, homeowners who are struggling to pay their mortgage will be given extra support by financial institutions to help prevent repossessions. In order to qualify for assistance, which can involve restructuring the loan for a period of up to 40 years, every member of the family in question must be unemployed and the cost of repaying the mortgage needs to equate to at least 60 per cent of their income. The aim is to allow Spanish property owners to remain in their homes, with the country's deputy prime minister Soraya Saenz de Santamaria pointing out over 1.5 million families in the nation are currently out of work. At present, evicted homeowners can still be saddled with debt even after losing their property, as banks can demand further payment if the value of the house in question has fallen below the ...
Spain Challenges New EU Fiscal Rules
2012-03-12 09:41:00
Source: Advanced Currency Markets | G10 Advancers and Decliners vs USD JPY 0.27 GBP 0.05 CHF -0.16 EUR -0.16 Risk appetite was mildly softer for most of the Asian session as traders digest the news that the ISDA had ruled the Greece swap a credit event. In a subdued session, Asia?s regional indices were weaker across the board with Nikkei down -0.40%, the Hang Seng -0.61% and the Shanghai Composite falling by -0.50%. EURUSD has been relatively quiet trading down to 1.3078 from 1.3131. AUDUSD continued… Read More …
Tom Quayle,Rick Graham: Spain Jam MUST SEE!
2012-03-09 17:35:00
Rick and I jamming over Chick Corea's 'Spain' whilst both suffering from substantial hangovers! I'm using Rick's POD and Rick is playing through his incredible Splawn Nitro head. Enjoy! Tom Quayle & Rick Graham - Spain Jam
Jan 22, Holiday rentals Jimena Spain, lovely holiday properties in Andaluci
2012-01-22 10:00:00
Holiday rentals Jimena Spain, rent a holiday villa in the beautiful and peaceful unspoilt countryside of Andalucia near the old town of Jimena de la Frontera
Jan 21, Holiday cottage Jimena Spain, charming holiday rental in Andalucia
2012-01-21 12:55:00
Holiday Cottage Spain,charming 2 bed roomed cottage on glorious country estate near Jimena de la Frontera, Spain
Alvarez Enparantza, an ETA founder, dies in Spain (AP)
2012-01-14 17:08:00
AP - One of the founders of Basque separatist group ETA, Jose Luis Alvarez Enparantza, has died at age 84.
UPC, Spain vs Polito, Italy
2012-01-07 19:15:00
Hi... I have to select the energy department in either UPC, Barcelona or Polito,Italy for specialization for my Masters. My bachelor's was electrical engineering and my field of interest is Smart Grids. I want to know which university will be good for me based on the courses offered and Job opport
December, 2012: Things That Make You Go Hmmm
2012-01-04 17:30:00
For whatever deeply embedded psychological reason – and your humble analyst is profoundly guilty – we humans seem prone to picking out a particular point in our space-time continuum (read: the New Year) to think about the future and new beginnings, rather than running the exercise every week or month. Maybe so much introspection and thinking is just too exhausting, so we only do it on an annual basis. I am deep in my reading as I research my annual forecast issue, which I will write Friday. I am thinking of being especially foolish (and anyone who makes predictions is foolish) and going out to a five-year time frame. It should be challenging. But back to today. One of . . . → Read More: December, 2012: Things That Make You Go Hmmm
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