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Spain will regret refusing front-door bailout

Instead, Madrid has begged for all sorts of back-door support: bond-buying by the ECB, direct recaps for its banks, a quasi-ECB rescue for banks. Germany and the ECB aren’t likely to allow these unless Greece blows. But, at that point, Spain will be in a terrible crisis.
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