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Spain's minister of economy is confident his country and the eurozone can reverse its misfortunes.
Economy minister says the country is well financed and does not need a European rescue for now.
Merkel rebuffs call by the International Monetary Fund to give Greece more time to clean up finances.
Protesters descend on Madrid and Lisbon as governments introduce tough new measures to avoid financial bailouts.
Hundreds rally in Madrid as anger grows over sweeping new austerity measures.
EU finance ministers have agreed on a $36.7bn bailout, but the plan may be delayed by legal and bureaucratic wrangling.
Tokyo stocks open lower after Wall Street closes down and the euro falls back as a bailout rally quickly fizzles out.
European shares gain early then falter after strong showing by Asian markets on back of $125bn Spanish bank bailout.
Mariano Rajoy says $125bn bailout package for debt-stricken Spanish banks has proved credibility of single currency.
Finance minister says plan on how to find $100bn needed for bank recapitalisation will come in "approximately 15 days".
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