Features by Tom Burridge
Posted In: spain, unemployement
Spain is still suffering from an economic crisis that has left 26 million people unemployed.
Posted In: knives sharpening, spain
Knife sharpeners say they are still on the cutting edge, but their market is nearly obsolete.
Posted In: spain, Europe debt crisis, bailout
The Spanish government is suspending foreclosures for the neediest homeowners just a week after a woman there committed suicide when officials arrived at her apartment to seize it.
Posted In: spain, Europe debt crisis, bank bailout
Wounded banks in Spain will now be able to draw up to $125 billion in money from the EU. Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy credited government reforms with limiting the scope of the financial crisis to the banking system.
Posted In: spain, bonds, interest rates, Europe debt crisis
Spain raised $2.6 billion in a bond sale this morning, but the higher interest rate of 6.1 percent shows that investors are still concerned that Spain has not wiped their hands clean of the financial mess just yet.
Posted In: spain, bankia, ECB, Europe debt crisis
Spain's Deputy Prime Minister, Soraya Saenz, will head to Washington to discuss ways to resolve the Spanish banking crisis with Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner.
Posted In: spain, bankia
The Spanish government could pump $9.1 billion into one of its biggest banks.
Posted In: Argentina, spain, Repsol, Oil
Spanish oil giant Repsol currently controls Argentina's largest national oil company, but perhaps not for long.
Posted In: marijuana, spain
Over 50 percent of a small village in northern Spain has voted in favor of a plan to allow marijuana to be grown there. The aim is to generate money for the village to help wipe out its debt. However it's still unclear if the idea will go ahead.
Posted In: youth, Unemployment
While the U.S. continues to see optimistic job gains, the situation in Europe is not looking so hopeful. The worst affected group by far are the young.