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The Spanish dilemma

15 Aug 2012 By Neil Unmack

Preference shareholders in Spain’s bailed-out banks could get a haircut, but high coupons would later offset their loss. The government would be spared the political fallout of burning the cajas’ retail investors – but at the cost of weakening burden-sharing.

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