Telefonica Facing Its Own Europe Crisis
Jul 25th 2012 12:10PM
Updated Jul 25th 2012 12:16PM
Today, analysts Andrew Tonner and Austin Smith discuss volatile telecommunications company Telefonica. The company recently indicated efforts to raise almost $1 billion in an effort to pay down its enormous debt, and is still looking for alternatives to its huge European market share. However, emerging market growth could ease the company's concerns if debt comes under control.
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