Luis de Guindos

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Luis de Guindos Jurado (born 16 January 1960) is a Spanish politician who currently serves as the Vice President of the European Central Bank. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Luis de Guindos has received more than 100,334 page views. Her biography is available in 16 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 15 in 2019). Luis de Guindos is the 13,910th most popular politician (down from 13,129th in 2019), the 1,606th most popular biography from Spain and the 389th most popular Spanish Politician.

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Among politicians, Luis de Guindos ranks 13,910 out of 15,710Before her are Salim Ahmed Salim, Pete Hoekstra, Edward Natapei, Tipper Gore, Jean Kambanda, and Gilles Duceppe. After her are Nigel Lawson, Hubert Minnis, Matthias Platzeck, Dedumose II, Talorc I, and Fred M. Vinson.

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Among people born in 1960, Luis de Guindos ranks 356Before her are Elsa Cayat, Jorge Quiroga, Chris Elliott, Igor Presnyakov, Zoran Živković, and Predrag Nikolić. After her are Johnny Van Zant, Moshe Kahlon, Yasser Seirawan, Ján Figeľ, Ralf König, and Carlos Alberto Santos.

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Among people born in Spain, Luis de Guindos ranks 1,606 out of 2,595Before her are Javi García (1987), Jorge Fernández Díaz (1950), Iván Campo (1974), Juanito (1976), Ana Rosa Quintana (1956), and Miguel Ángel Angulo (1977). After her are Antonio de la Torre (1968), José Amavisca (1971), Gerard López (1979), Mark Consuelos (1971), Tommy Robredo (1982), and María Fernanda Espinosa (1964).


Among politicians born in Spain, Luis de Guindos ranks 389Before her are Rosa Díez (1952), Antonio Mateu Lahoz (1977), Rita Barberá (1948), Loyola de Palacio (1950), Alberto Núñez Feijóo (1961), and Jorge Fernández Díaz (1950). After her are María Fernanda Espinosa (1964), Nadia Calviño (1968), Elena Salgado (1949), Patxi López (1959), Pedro Morenés (1948), and Cristóbal Montoro (1950).

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