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People holding placards reading 'Maximum

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People holding placards reading 'Maximum theft' and 'Bankia to the bench trail. Rajoy, unemployed' during a demonstration against bank fraud on June 16, 2012 in Madrid. Spain's 'indignant' activists filed a criminal complaint on June 14, 2012 against the former management of Bankia, whose partial nationalisation helped push Madrid to seek a massive EU bailout. Last month, Bankia revised its 2011 results from a net profit of 309 million euros ($387 million) to a loss of nearly three billion euros and asked the state for a bailout of 19 billion euros, the largest in Spanish history. AFP PHOTO / JAVIER SORIANO (Photo credit should read JAVIER SORIANO/AFP/GettyImages)
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People holding placards reading 'Maximum theft' and 'Bankia to the bench trail. Rajoy, unemployed' during a demonstration against bank fraud on June 16, 2012 in Madrid. Spain's 'indignant' activists filed a criminal complaint on June 14, 2012 against the former management of Bankia, whose partial nationalisation helped push Madrid to seek a massive EU bailout. Last month, Bankia revised its 2011 results from a net profit of 309 million euros ($387 million) to a loss of nearly three billion euros and asked the state for a bailout of 19 billion euros, the largest in Spanish history. AFP PHOTO / JAVIER SORIANO (Photo credit should read JAVIER SORIANO/AFP/GettyImages)
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People holding placards reading 'Maximum theft' and 'Bankia to the... News Photo 146444000Bank,Finance,Hold,Horizontal,Madrid,People,Placard,Protest,Reading,Spain,White Collar CrimePhotographer Collection: AFP 2012 AFPPeople holding placards reading 'Maximum theft' and 'Bankia to the bench trail. Rajoy, unemployed' during a demonstration against bank fraud on June 16, 2012 in Madrid. Spain's 'indignant' activists filed a criminal complaint on June 14, 2012 against the former management of Bankia, whose partial nationalisation helped push Madrid to seek a massive EU bailout. Last month, Bankia revised its 2011 results from a net profit of 309 million euros ($387 million) to a loss of nearly three billion euros and asked the state for a bailout of 19 billion euros, the largest in Spanish history. AFP PHOTO / JAVIER SORIANO (Photo credit should read JAVIER SORIANO/AFP/GettyImages)