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Spain ends two-year recession according to central bank

30 October 2013 Last updated at 11:23 GMT

After more than two years of shrinking wealth, official figures have just come out, showing Spain is coming out of recession.

Estimates from the Bank of Spain suggest the economy grew 0.1% in the three months ending in September.

Spanish firms are selling more goods overseas and overseas money is starting to flow back into the country.

But, very few ordinary people are feeling the benefits, over one in four Spaniards remain out of work and many families remain strapped for cash.

Tom Burridge reports.

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