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Eurozone ministers discuss Spanish bank rescue
Eurozone finance ministers have held a conference call to discuss possible loans to shore up Spain's banks.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) estimates that Spain's "vulnerable" banks need at least 40bn euros ($50bn; £32bn). But reports say the banking system could get loans of up to 100bn euros.
The Spanish economy ministry is to hold a news conference shortly.
The Eurogroup is then expected to release details of an agreement.
Spain has so far resisted pressure to ask for a bailout. Its government wants the aid to go directly to the banks.
"What we're working on at the moment is the recapitalisation of the financial entities that need it, nothing else," said Spain's Development Minister Ana Pastor.
The IMF said on Friday that a "stress test" showed that while some of Spain's financial sector was well managed, measures were needed to help those hardest hit by the property crash and recession.