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European stocks finished Friday's session mostly higher, with a strong uptick in commodities helping prop up sentiment.
Claus Vistesen, chief euro zone economist at Pantheon Macroeconomics, says that the Catalan independence movement has no international support for its cause.
Spain's economy minister keeps up the pressure on the separatist movement, claiming "Article 155" has widespread support.
The CEO of a major European bank offered a stark warning for his industry on Thursday, suggesting that years of accommodative policy by global central banks could quickly turn sour.
Catalonia given 8-day deadline to drop independence bid — but separatists 'unlikely to back down'
European leaders were set to give the greenlight to start trade talks with the U.K. next week but now this might not happen until December, officials and analysts have told CNBC.
European shares ended mostly higher Thursday, as investors digested the latest news surrounding Brexit.
An ally of the Spanish Prime Minister has said Catalonia's current president cannot stay in place.
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has said the government has agreed to formally ask regional authorities in Catalonia whether it had declared independence or not.
Daniel Lacalle, chief economist and investment officer at Tressis Gestion, says that the European Union needs methods of managing money that are closer to the voter.
Stephen Macklow-Smith, head of European equity strategy at JPMorgan Asset Management, speaks about the market reaction to politics in Europe.
The crisis between Spain and Catalonia has been stalled rather than resolved, effectively.
European stocks closed mixed on Wednesday afternoon, as investors continued to monitor ongoing political uncertainty.
Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont has set out his plans for the future of the province.
'Please don't do this': Catalans against independence make last-minute plea
Luxembourg is assessing whether to appeal against the European Commission's order to reclaim nearly $300 million in unpaid taxes from Amazon, the country's finance minister has told CNBC.
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.
Jonathan Portes, senior fellow at U.K. in a Changing Europe, speaks about political machinations in the U.K. as the Brexit process rumbles on.
Luxembourg Finance Minister Pierre Gramegna speaks about potential business moves as a result of Brexit.
All eyes are on Catalonia to see whether the region's leader and its parliament could declare a unilateral declaration of independence.