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Stocks closed lower after the Federal Reserve's economic update failed to give investors much to get excited about.
Spain's finance minister insisted again Wednesday that the country does not need a full-blown bailout, even as the country's sky-high borrowing costs remained at dangerous levels.
Spain's prime minister appealed Tuesday for European leaders to push toward greater fiscal unity — a step that would allow its troubled banks to get direct financial help — while a top government official warned that the country's high borrowing costs meant it faced increasing trouble accessing credit markets.
Spain's Parliament approved the new conservative government's first austerity measures Wednesday, which aim to rein in the country's swollen deficit with euro8.9 billion ($11.5 billion) in spending cuts.
Spain's government will approve further deficit-reduction measures this week, on top of the bombshell euro15 billion package of tax hikes and spending cuts they announced only days ago, ministers said Monday.