Euro and Ibex 35 fell
Impact on Spain's credit rating
Catalan leader wants to holds talks with Madrid
90% of Catalans voted for independence
Who would have thought 12 months ago that Europe would have become the destination of choice for investors in 2017? What has changed?
Now the UK's Brexit referendum is old news, Europe's troubled peripheral economies are once again under the spotlight as political deadlock in Spain and Greece's growing debt burden cast a shadow on their recovery prospects.
Markus Schomer, chief economist at PineBridge Investments, explains why he is forecasting stronger growth in the next two years as three shocks that hit the global economy in the past 18 months fade away.
Looking at potential Pioneer IPO
Edward Smith, asset allocation strategist at Rathbones, takes a closer look at the winners and losers from the UK's decision to leave the EU.
The eurozone has seen an internal shift in economic fortunes of late - the focus of investor concern no longer rests with the 'periphery' but with the 'core' instead.
The investment case for Europe is on the face of it challenging, but Crux is finding opportunities in unusual areas.
A couple of weeks ago, I came across a new genre of internet TV called the 'Top Ten list' programme.
Structural reforms are opening up the Spanish market to alternatives managers and lenders again, writes Squircle Capital managing partner José Caireta
Simon Cordery, head of investor relations and business development, investment trusts at F&C Investments, explores the extent to which market sentiment can affect trusts.
GAM's European equities manager Niall Gallagher has predicted European equities could double in the near term as the region is supported by a number of tailwinds.
Shares in TSB Banking Group have soared after news emerged it is in takeover talks with Spanish bank Sabadell.
13 weird happenings for Friday the 13th
Poor performance from European cyclicals has been at odds with improving economies, but GAM's Niall Gallagher believes forced deleveraging from hedge funds is behind the stock price weakness.
Is a crisis engulfing the eurozone’s core?
Peripheral Europe economies are diverging and investors should think of Spanish and Italian sovereigns as a rate trade, not a credit play, explains Carmignac's Sandra Crowl.
With banks offloading assets and the Spanish stock market on the up over the past 18 months, some see now as a good time to invest in one of the biggest losers of the eurozone crisis.
Spain is still a risk-on play, but its restructured banking sector provide a good way to play the recovery, explains Mirabaud's Antonio Hormigos.