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The View of Spain’s Economy from The Ground Is No Prettier Than from a Distance.

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Tue, 16 Jul 2013

The view of Spain’s economy from the ground is no prettier than it is from distance Not all forward guidance is created equal China’s suspension of key economic data raises, not quells, concern My family just returned from a trip to Northern Spain, where my son’s soccer club played in a tournament.

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