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Catalonian independence question answered

There was little news from Europe this week, the potential threat from Catalonian independence has been neutralised for now, somewhat...

In parliament on Tuesday, Prime Minister Theresa May was very clear that the ball is in the EU's court when it comes to making the next move in Brexit negotiations. By way of reply, the European...

Sunday's controversial referendum on Catalonian independence was never going to be a bundle of laughs for the European Union or the euro. Hundreds of injuries in scuffles between police and voters...

Angela Merkel warned ahead of the event that the nationalist AfD (blue) party could do well on Sunday, and so it did, taking 12.6% of the vote. Frau Merkel's CDU/CSU (black) won a third of the...

The euro has known better weeks; there was some stalling of the recent upward trend as both the pound and the US dollar recovered some of their recent losses. The pound saw a dip against the euro...

The euro has had a good week, but this is largely as a result of holding its ground in contrast to weak performances from sterling and the dollar but there was also positive news from the Eurozone...

The main news from the eurozone came towards the end of the week. As markets were still awaiting inflation figures from Germany, the view that broader eurozone momentum was starting to pick up was...

The euro gained back some of what it had given up against sterling during the previous week. A combination of good sentiment from the eurozone – notably in its largest economy, Germany –sent the...

There were mixed signals around the closely watched inflation figures in Europe’s two biggest economies, as German inflation rose while French inflation showed a slowdown. The euro did come under...

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