Catalonia Showdown Could Unleash New Euro Crisis: EU Lawmaker - U.S. News & World Report

U.S. News & World ReportCatalonia Showdown Could Unleash New Euro Crisis: EU LawmakerU.S. News & World ReportMen shop for suitcases at a store displaying Esteladas (Catalan separatist flags) and Spanish flags four days after the banned independence referendum, in Barcelona, Spain October 5, 2017. REUTERS/Susana Vera Reuters. BERLIN (Reuters) - Catalonia's ...and more »

Spanish minister says violent Catalonia vote crackdown was 'absolutely proportionate' - Sky News

Sky NewsSpanish minister says violent Catalonia vote crackdown was 'absolutely proportionate'Sky NewsIldefonso Castro tells Sky News Catalan leaders will be "outlaws" if they defy the courts by declaring independence. 23:21, UK, Friday 06 October 2017. Protesters are dragged from the road by police in Barcelona. Image: Protesters were dragged by ...and more »

90% of Catalans want to dump Spain - Gulf Today

90% of Catalans want to dump SpainGulf TodayBARCELONA: The final results from Catalonia's independence referendum show that 90 per cent of voters backed secession from Spain, the region's government has said on Friday. Madrid has vowed to ignore the result after Spain's constitutional court ...and more »

Spain — and investors — on roller-coaster ride after Catalonia's referendum chaos - MarketWatch

MarketWatchSpain — and investors — on roller-coaster ride after Catalonia's referendum chaosMarketWatchThat's been the situation in Spain since the controversial independence referendum last weekend in the region of Catalonia — Catalunya in the local language, Catalan — that has submerged the country into its biggest crisis in decades. Some now ...and more »

New Spanish law could damage Catalonia's finances - euronews

euronewsNew Spanish law could damage Catalonia's financeseuronewsThe Spanish government has stepped up economic pressure on the Catalan government by passing a law making it easier for companies to move their operations around the country dealing a potential blow to the region's finances. Now Reading:.and more »

Catalonia referendum: Ex-EU chief brands region LAWLESS and claims it CANNOT join Brussels - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukCatalonia referendum: Ex-EU chief brands region LAWLESS and claims it CANNOT join BrusselsExpress.co.ukCATALONIA will not be allowed to join the European Union as an independent state, a former European Council chief has fumed. By Rebecca Pinnington. PUBLISHED: 20:32, Fri, Oct 6, 2017 | UPDATED: 21:00, Fri, Oct 6, 2017 ...and more »

Spooked businesses shift headquarters out of Catalonia - ABC News

ABC NewsSpooked businesses shift headquarters out of CataloniaABC NewsPro-independence supporters shout slogans in front of the Popular Party headquarters as a "esteleda" or pro-independence flag is held up, in support of the Catalonia's secession, in Pamplona, northern Spain, Friday, Oct. 6, 2017. (AP Photo/Alvaro ...and more »

Bank moves HQ from Barcelona to Valencia as Madrid eases relocation laws - Western Telegraph

Western TelegraphBank moves HQ from Barcelona to Valencia as Madrid eases relocation lawsWestern TelegraphBosses at Caixabank have agreed to move its base from Barcelona to the eastern city of Valencia, outside Spain's Catalonia region. The move confirms a trend that started after Catalans voted on Sunday for secession from Spain in a poll not recognised ...and more »

AP Explains: How Spain-Catalonia standoff has evolved - 660 News

AP Explains: How Spain-Catalonia standoff has evolved660 NewsBelgium members of the European Parliament, Anneleen Van Bossuyt, left, Mark Demesmaeker and Helga Stevens, right, display a Catalan flag in support of the disputed independence vote Sunday in Catalonia during a session at the European Parliament ...and more »

Europe waits for the dust to settle - Independent Online

Independent OnlineEurope waits for the dust to settleIndependent OnlineA man with an esteleda, or Catalonia independence flag, walks along a pedestrian crossing before the 'Yes' vote closing campaign in Barcelona, Spain, Friday, Sept. 29, 2017. Catalonia's planned referendum on secession is due be held Sunday by the ...and more »

Escalation of political conflict threatens Catalonia's prosperous economy, analysts warn - DeathRattleSports.com

DeathRattleSports.comEscalation of political conflict threatens Catalonia's prosperous economy, analysts warnDeathRattleSports.comRatings agency S&P places region on negative credit watch as Catalan banks contemplate incorporating elsewhere in Spain. Catalonia independence. As the political crisis in Catalonia escalates, analysts are warning one of Spain's most economically ...and more »

Catalonia referendum results: 90% voted FOR independence - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukCatalonia referendum results: 90% voted FOR independenceExpress.co.ukWith the overwhelming pro-independence result confirmed, pro-independence politicians in the Catalan parliament are planning a debate and vote on the matter as their first order of business for next week. The official declaration of independence is ...and more »

Catalan parliament defies Madrid pressure - ABS-CBN News

ABS-CBN NewsCatalan parliament defies Madrid pressureABS-CBN NewsBARCELONA/MADRID - Catalan secessionists were working on Friday towards a unilateral declaration of independence from Spain that could be adopted next week in defiance of a court order and increased economic pressure from Madrid. After Spain's ...and more »

More companies quit Catalonia as break from Spain looms - WCYB

WCYBMore companies quit Catalonia as break from Spain loomsWCYBSpain's Banco de Sabadell SA is one of several companies to announce they would move their legal base out of Catalonia after last weekend's independence referendum. More companies quit Catalonia as break from Spain looms David Ramos/Getty Images.and more »

Catalan bank Sabadell moves legal base amid provincial independence turmoil - Gears Of Biz

Gears Of BizCatalan bank Sabadell moves legal base amid provincial independence turmoilGears Of BizSpain's fifth-largest bank has triggered process to move to Alicante to ensure it stays within the ECB's framework. Banco Sabadell. Spain's fifth largest bank and one of Catalonia's largest financial services provider – Banco Sabadell – said on Friday ...and more »

The Latest: Caixabank to switch HQ out of Catalonia - The Sun Herald

The Sun HeraldThe Latest: Caixabank to switch HQ out of CataloniaThe Sun HeraldCaixabank, Spain's third lender in global assets, says its executive board has agreed to move its base from Barcelona to the eastern city of Valencia, outside the Catalonia region. In a statement, the bank said the reason for the relocation was to ...and more »

Spanish bank Caixabank says it will move its base from Barcelona to Valencia amid political uncertainty - Washington Post

Spanish bank Caixabank says it will move its base from Barcelona to Valencia amid political uncertaintyWashington PostBARCELONA, Spain — Spanish bank Caixabank says it will move its base from Barcelona to Valencia amid political uncertainty. Copyright 2017 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or ...and more »

Top Spanish official 'sorry' over injuries during referendum clashes in Catalonia - BreakingNews.ie

BreakingNews.ieTop Spanish official 'sorry' over injuries during referendum clashes in CataloniaBreakingNews.ieA top Spanish government official in Catalonia has expressed regret about those injured when police cracked down on people taking part in a banned referendum. Interior Ministry delegate in Catalonia, Enric Millo tempered the comments on Friday by ...and more »

Catalonia referendum: What's the story behind this photo? - BBC News

BBC NewsCatalonia referendum: What's the story behind this photo?BBC NewsAn unidentified man embraces a distressed Catalan policeman, his arms propping him up against a metal fence. This powerful photo captured a moment as images of police beating protesters spread on social media during Sunday's referendum vote in ...and more »

Final results show 90% voters backed Catalan independence - The Punch

The PunchFinal results show 90% voters backed Catalan independenceThe PunchPeople shout slogans as they wave Catalan pro-independence 'Estelada' flags during a protest in Barcelona. Photo: AFP. Final results from Catalonia's outlawed independence referendum showed that 90 percent of voters backed the region breaking away ...and more »