MADRID (MarketWatch) — Less than two weeks before Christmas, the line to buy a ticket for Spain’s biggest lottery at Doña Manolita, which some consider the country’s luckiest ticket vendor, was roughly 100 people long on a chilly Tuesday evening.
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