SPAIN TO REDUCE BANKIA STAKE WITH RAPID INVESTOR SALE

MADRID, Dec 11 (Reuters) - Spain's bank bailout fund plans to offload about 7 percent of Bankia for some 840 million euros ($991 million) in a rapid sale,...

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