The Cinch Review

Holiday postponed for Spanish prime minister

Dark news from the BBC:

Spain’s Prime Minister Jose Luis Zapatero has been forced to postpone his holiday as investors continue to flee his country’s debt.

Mr Zapatero had been due to leave for south-west Spain.

But on Tuesday, the yield on Spanish bonds reached 4.04 percentage points more than German debt – a record since the euro was introduced in 1999.

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“The prime minister has postponed the start of his holidays,” Mr Zapatero’s spokesperson said. “He is keeping an eye on the international economic situation.”

Thank goodness someone is.