On Tuesday, May 28, individual retail investors could sell shares of Bankia, Spain’s fourth largest bank, for the first time. This was small consolation, as the bank—in collusion with the Spanish government—had already erased four-fifths of investor value. Unfortunately, the investors were retirees and middle class families, tricked into sinking their savings in the bank’s bottomless pit.
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