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Fears grow that violence will erupt again as Catalan separatists plan to defy Madrid.
The way large U.S. firms are taxed in the European Union is posing major challenges for France, the country’s finance minister told CNBC Thursday.
The rise of populist politics in Italy should still be front and center for investors in Europe, despite recent tensions in Spain with Catalonia possibly declaring independence in the coming days.
Catalonia's parliament will meet in defiance of a legal process to clamp down on those who want independence for the region.
Ryanair on Thursday promised its pilots significant improvements in pay and conditions, according to a letter to pilots seen by Reuters.
European stocks closed the week lower as investors digested the latest set of payrolls data from the U.S. and monitored political events.
Catalonia might be the separatist region making headlines at the moment but Europe has many other separatist movements that are closely watching developments in northeastern Spain.
The transfer of client assets was in late 2015, just before the Channel Island adopted new global rules on exchanging tax information.
Saudi King Salman said there was consensus with Russia's leadership on broadening relations, the Saudi press agency reported.
British Prime Minister Theresa May should call a leadership election, former Conservative Party chairman Grant Shapps said.
Spain's Constitutional Court has suspended a session of the Catalan parliament scheduled for Monday.
Insurance giant Aviva has bought a majority stake in a British start-up that manages diversified investment plans for customers.
Kazuo Ishiguro has won the Nobel Prize for Literature for uncovering "the abyss beneath our illusory sense of connection with the world," the Swedish Academy said.
Automakers now include more infotainment options to allow drivers to use social media, email and text. The technology is also becoming more complicated to use.
The pan-European Stoxx 600 closed 0.16 percent higher with sectors pointing in different directions.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Wednesday a deal between OPEC and other oil producers to reduce production could be extended to the end of 2018.
The European Commission says Amazon received illegal tax benefits from Luxembourg.
Europe's political leaders are calling for a quick and meaningful solution to the constitutional crisis enveloping Spain and Catalonia.
The European Commission is taking Ireland to court for failing to recover taxes from Apple.
The high-end tyremaker Pirelli had a difficult comeback to the stock market on Wednesday, but its chief executive officer told CNBC that it's too early to assess the market reaction.
English soccer club Manchester United has announced that Manager Jose Mourinho has been sacked and will vacate the role immediately.
Emmanuel Cau, head of European equity strategy at Barclays, gives his outlook for stocks going into 2019.
Andrew Wilson, CEO for EMEA and global head of fixed income at Goldman Sachs Asset Management, discusses the U.S. economy.