Charles Forelle

Wall Street Journal

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Economics reporter for the Wall Street Journal

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Over the weekend, Spain accepted €100 million in what was called "bailout light."

Spain on the Brink?

Over the weekend, Spain accepted €100 million in what was called "bailout light."

from To the Point

Markets around the world breathed a sigh of relief today over Spain's acceptance of a €100 billion bailout plan.

Spain Receives a Bailout, but Is That Enough?

Markets around the world breathed a sigh of relief today over Spain's acceptance of a €100 billion bailout plan.

from To the Point

Stock markets around the world are breathing a sign of relief, but has Europe’s financial crisis now been resolved or only postponed?

Part 2: Stocks Rally on Greek Bailout Package

Stock markets around the world are breathing a sign of relief, but has Europe’s financial crisis now been resolved or only postponed?

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