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  1. McLaren could yet opt for new livery by AustraliaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Motorsport.com

    McLaren's silver/grey livery caused something of a stir today with many observers surprised that the team opted for colours that were so closely connected with the team's partnership with Mercedes from 1997 to 2014. The team noted that the MP4-30 "features an evolved colour scheme that firmly contextualises McLaren's brand in the 21st century."

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  2. Santander Courts Spain's Lost GenerationRead the original story

    Wednesday | Bloomberg

    As youth unemployment of more than 50 percent drives thousands of Spaniards to seek opportunities abroad and the government cuts funding for education, the chairman of Spain's biggest bank is unveiling an initiative to fund work placements. The lender took out front and back-page spreads in El Pais, El Mundo and ABC newspapers Wednesday to advertise 5,000 new student internships to help build a "Found Generation" of young Spaniards.

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  3. Video: Reported Newcastle target shows eye for goal in SpainRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Business News

    Having seen Ayoze Perez settle in well at St James' Park, reported Racing Santander target David Concha could follow suit if this goal is anything to go by. Newcastle United could be on to a winner with Racing Santander attacker David Concha Salas, if a video of the Spaniard scoring his first ever goal for Los Verdiblancos is anything to go by.

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  4. Newcastle United hope to tie up deal for David Concha - as they plot more Spanish raidsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 27 | Chronicle Live

    Newcastle United interested in David Concha, Dele Alli and Tyrone Mings, but there has been no move for the Ipswich defender yet Newcastle United's increasing influence in Spain looks set to continue with a move for Racing Santander forward David Concha, the Spain under-19 forward. United hope to broker a deal for Concha before the transfer deadline after making an offer to the cash-strapped Spanish second-tier club - and they will loan him back until the summer, when Newcastle intend to invest to reinforce the squad again.

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  5. Spain: In the art of ancient caves, a universal language is foundRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 24 | The Miami Herald

    The Spanish guide unlocked the gate in the stone wall and pointed the way with a flashlight. Though it was a hot, dry summer day, we were entering a world where ice once enveloped the land and long-extinct beasts roamed the forests. 1 comment

  6. UPDATE 1-Spain's BBVA sells 4.9 pct stake in China's CITIC to boost capitalRead the original story

    Friday Jan 23 | Reuters

    Spanish bank BBVA has agreed to sell a 4.9 percent stake in China's CITIC Bank to property developer Xinhu Zhongbao for HK$13.136 billion as it looks to bolster its capital base. BBVA said on Friday it would book net capital gains of around 400 million euros and strengthen it core capital ratio by 20 basis points after the sale, which is expected to be finalised in the first quarter.

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  7. Draghi follows up on pledge to do 'whatever it takes' to save the...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | Daily Mail

    The euro tumbled against currencies around the world last night after the European Central Bank launched a massive money-printing programme to kick-start the moribund economy. ECB president Mario Draghi outlined plans to spend almost A 46billion a month buying public and private sector debt between March and September next year - a total of nearly A 900billion of quantitative easing .

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  8. Spain's Top-Ranked Manager Buying Long-Maturity Bonds on QERead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 20 | The Washington Post

    Francisco J. Simon, the 36-year-old money manager at Santander Asset Management Espana in Madrid, is veering from his benchmark to incorporate 15-year Spanish and Portuguese sovereign debt. After his fund's returns beat all peers in 2014, his strategy for 2015 is to bet ECB quantitative easing will boost those securities more than shorter-dated notes.

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  9. Investors Look To Bond Volatility As Yields TightenRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 20 | Learn Bonds

    Bond yields have been compressed for years by the actions of the Federal Reserve, and things aren't set to get better. As the European Central Bank sets up for its own interference in the price of bonds, debt investors are looking for ways to cash in on bond investment even as yields become worthless.

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  10. Football: Chinese billionaire wants Atletico Madrid stakeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 19 | Channelnewsasia.com

    Chinese billionaire Wang Jianlin plans to buy a 20-per cent stake in Spanish league champions Atletico Madrid, media reported on Monday . File photo of Wang Jianlin , CEO of Dalian Wanda Commercial Properties Co Ltd, at the Hong Kong Stock Exchange in the Central district of Hong Kong on Dec 23, 2014.

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  11. Spain's Abengoa raises $328 mln from U.S. share saleRead the original story

    Saturday Jan 17 | Reuters

    Spanish renewable energy firm Abengoa , which is selling assets to cut debt, said it had raised $328 million from selling shares in its U.S. unit after banks underwriting the offer bought more of the stock. Abengoa said late on Friday it had sold nearly 10.6 million shares in Abengoa Yield, after underwriters exercised their so-called over-allotment option to buy an extra 1.38 million shares in the offering.

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  12. RIL, ONGC on top-100 global list for education CSR spendingRead the original story

    Friday Jan 16 | Mydigitalfc.com

    Only two Indian companies -- Reliance Industries and ONGC -- have managed to made to a list of the world's top-100 companies in terms of CSR spending on education, a new study said today. Still, the Indian companies fare better than their counterparts in China and Japan in terms of the average CSR spending on education.

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  13. Spain's Isolux Corsan says to seek stock market listingRead the original story

    Friday Jan 16 | Reuters

    Spanish energy and construction company Isolux Corsan said on Friday it planned to list on the Spanish stock exchange to raise around 600 million euros to reduce debt and fund growth. This marks the third Spanish stock market listing to be announced over the past few days.

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  14. A Ride Into The Spanish Recovery: The Bullish FactorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 15 | Seeking Alpha

    After years of banking crisis, recession, unemployment and zero growth, the country showed positive GDP growth numbers outperforming most of the eurozone. The drop in energy prices and the euro devaluation against the dollar are bullish factors.

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  15. UPDATE 1-Monte dei Paschi in talks as ECB gets tough on capitalRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 15 | Reuters

    Executives from Monte dei Paschi di Siena are making a last-ditch effort to persuade the euro zone's new banking supervisor Daniele Nouy to ease her demands on the Italian lender, sources close to the matter said, as the regulator takes a more robust approach to risk. Nouy has proposed higher minimum capital targets for some of the 120 large banks she supervises, including Monte dei Paschi, using data gleaned from the European Central Bank's review of their balance sheets in October.

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  16. UPDATE 1-Spain's Sacyr reaches deal with Santander on Repsol debt-sourceRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 15 | Reuters

    Spanish builder Sacyr has reached an agreement with Santander on restructuring part of 2.2 billion euros of debt associated with its 9 percent Repsol stake, a source close to the negotiations said. "With Santander, Sacyr has everything agreed and written down.

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  17. Fitch: Santander's Capital Closes Gap to Peers, Supports GrowthRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 13 | Reuters

    BARCELONA/LONDON, January 13 Last week's capital increase by Banco Santander is positive for its credit profile, Fitch Ratings says. It brings its capital ratios into line with many European peers and means the bank is better positioned for higher capital requirements under Basel III and for growth.

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  18. [Ticker] Soros buys a 500mn stake in SantanderRead the original story

    Monday Jan 12 | EUobserver

    George Soros has bought a €500 million stake in Spain's Santander, the eurozone's largest bank, the Guardian reports. Soros Fund Management participated in Santander's €7.5bn share sale last Thursday.

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  19. Soros bought into Santander share sale, raising bet on SpainRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 12 | West Australian

    Soros Fund Management took part in Santander's 7.5-billion-euro share sale, completed over several hours last Thursday, with a 500-million-euro investment, the source said, speaking anonymously because the matter isn't public. An investment of that size would give Soros' fund a roughly 0.66 percent stake in the euro zone's biggest bank, according to calculations using Thomson Reuters data, although these do not take into account the new shares to be issued.

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  20. need2know: Shares set to rettreatRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 11 | The Age

    Local shares are poised to open lower as oil extends its rout and investors were disappointed with the latest data from both Europe and the US. Ben Potter banking analyst TS Lim has a "buy" on Commonwealth Bank and he's increased his price target to $92.50 from $86.50.

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