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Two independents op independent audit showed the Spanish banking sector needs up to 78 billion dollars to weather a serious economic downturn.
While that's less than the 126.
Billion dollars that was set aside for the banks.
Some say this is just a precursor to a bailout Ashley Webster is -- Madrid right now and he joins us with the latest actually.
While Melissa you're absolutely right there are worries that Spain and indeed could need a full blown rescue off -- -- -- was Spanish politicians and leaders who said.
Bail out banks of fine no problems here and -- we know that they indeed need help and that last noted as you say.
Shows that an -- worse case scenario they may need to access up to 78.
And -- Spain tries to get a handle on its debt crisis the economy continues to struggle.
Especially unemployment above 24%.
For all working people here.
And some of the young people I've spoken to say they're being forced -- -- change careers but may -- countries.
It's hard Tom I think we -- who worked to get our you know Richie.
-- be -- Improving and a -- as your children our business -- What are you studying in school on Monday -- the Iraqi I was -- in and that's.
-- anonymous -- so I've been saying for three months not I don't know if I'm going to -- a -- of having a joke.
-- know maybe I have to -- to another country.
Things are very -- here in -- in Spain.
What country would you go to -- Latin America and -- still -- it is thanks risking -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Or China or India very telling indeed because these people don't want to leave but they may be forced to of the situation doesn't improve some Melissa.
Yes the banks apparently are okay they don't need all of the 126 billion dollars but certainly this country has a long way to go to solve its debt crisis back to you that's for sure -- Webster thanks so much.