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Finance experts from the euro zone have weighed in on comments made by Wolfgang Schaeuble, after the German finance minister warned that debt and liquidity problems could spark the next global crisis.
All eyes are on Catalonia to see whether the region's leader and its parliament could declare a unilateral declaration of independence.
Europe finished under slight pressure on Tuesday as investors monitored the ongoing political uncertainty in the Catalonia region of Spain.
Political analysts and economists are busy profiling the possible next head of the Germany's finance ministry.
CNBC takes a look at which firms are leaving, or are likely to leave, Catalonia.
The ongoing political instability in Spain is raising eyebrows across the entire euro zone, Portugal's deputy finance minister told CNBC Monday.
Britons who supported Brexit in last year's referendum on EU membership "voted against modern Britain," Hillary Clinton said in an interview published Sunday.
Russia is within its rights to restrict the operations of U.S. media organizations in Russia, a Russian foreign ministry spokeswoman said on Sunday.
Euro zone banks are well prepared for sharp changes in interest rates, the European Central Bank said on Monday.
With Catalan separatists contemplating whether to declare independence for the autonomous region, experts have detailed how the national government could react as tensions in the region rise.
Escalating levels of global debt could plunge the world into another financial crisis, departing German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble told the Financial Times in an interview published Sunday.
The potential constitutional crisis facing Madrid has not gone away and could reach a decisive point this week, despite a mass protest in favor of a united Spain on Sunday.
European stocks finished Monday's trade mostly higher, as investors took note of stock news, while keeping watch of politics.
British Prime Minister Theresa May's office said the ball was in the European Union's court in the ongoing Brexit negotiations.
Madrid has apologized for a violent police crackdown on Catalonia's independence referendum.
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.
But Angel Talavera, euro zone economist at Oxford Economics, didn't rule out the possibility of a no-deal Brexit.
Most shareholders would accept an offer around £15 level, says Gervais Williams, U.K. fund manager at Miton Group.
Guy Peddy, head of European telecom research at Macquarie, discusses the battle between Fox and Comcast to buy British broadcaster Sky.