People hold cardboards reading “This bank cheats, defrauds, throws people out of their houses” during a protest held outside Bankia’s headquarters in Madrid on May 14, 2012. On May 13, three other top Spanish banks, Santander, CaixaBank and Bankia, said they would take another 10 billion euros in similar provisions this year in response to the latest government reform on risky Spanish assets. The government announced drastic reforms on May 11 and told banks to set up a new 30-billion-euro financial cushion and to remove risky property assets from their accounts. AFP PHOTO/ Pedro ARMESTRE
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