The Catalan president is on the verge of declaring independence from Spain following a disputed and bloody referendum last week. What happens next? Simon Wilson reports.
Catalonia’s president, Carles Puigdemont, pledged to declare independence after his region’s recent referendum. John Stepek looks at how likely that is, and what might it mean for markets.
The crisis in Catalonia is a reminder to investors of Europe’s complexities.
Spain’s clumsy attempt to quell the unrest in Catalonia has only inflamed tensions, says Matthew Partridge.
Catalonia’s independence referendum has caused a stir in the news, but the markets’ reaction so far has been subdued. John Stepek looks at what might happen in the long term.
Theresa May has “blown it”, says Dr Richard North, the creator of “Flexcit” – an approach to Brexit that preserves as many benefits of the single market as possible.
Angela Merkel has won her fourth term as chancellor. But the rise of the far-right threatens to make it a difficult one.
German stocks rose in September as Chancellor Angela Merkel’s centre-right CDU party looked on course to secure a fourth term in office. But once she had won, they slipped.
Far from damaging the UK economy, Brexit could boost GDP by up to 7% by cutting red tape and striking new trade deals, says economist Patrick Minford.
Wherever you look, voters are venting their frustrations. John Stepek explains why investors should prepare for an era of governments eyeing up private wealth.
Chancellor Angela Merkel may be favourite to win Germany’s election. But she needs to energise her campaign.