BERLIN - German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble has invited euro zone officials to a meeting in Berlin on Friday in a bid to come closer to a solution on a planned European resolution mechanism to deal with troubled banks, a German newspaper said on Friday.
MADRID - A Spanish court on Thursday seized the passports of two former policemen wanted by Argentina for torture during the 1970s under the dictatorship of Spanish leader Francisco Franco.
MADRID - Spanish industrial output fell in October, official data showed on Thursday, after briefly breaking 30 months of slowing activity in September, pointing to a slow and bumpy return to economic growth.
LONDON/MADRID - The private equity owner of Applus+ has picked Morgan Stanley and UBS to oversee a stock market listing of the Spanish industrial testing firm, a person familiar with the matter said on Wednesday.
MADRID - A flood of job seekers crashed Ikea's Spanish servers twice this week after some 20,000 people applied for just 400 positions at the Swedish furniture makers' new store in Valencia, Spain.
LONDON - German Bund futures edged lower on Wednesday after data showed the Spanish services sector grew in November at the fastest rate since June 2010, easing euro zone growth and disinflation worries.
MADRID - Repsol Chairman Antonio Brufau asked on Tuesday for a "a convincing sum" from Argentina to compensate the Spanish company for the expropriation of its majority stake in energy firm YPF .
BERLIN - Spain has slumped 10 places to a rank of 40 in a global index of perceived official corruption after a spate of scandals in its ruling centre-right ruling party and the royal family, watchdog Transparency International (TI) said.
MADRID - Spain's small political parties are gaining support from voters disillusioned with the country's two largest parties, an opinion poll showed on Sunday, meaning coalitions would be needed to pass major laws.
MADRID - A final deal between Repsol and YPF on compensation for the seizure of the Spanish oil major's stake in its Argentine counterpart is likely before the year-end, a Pemex board member at Repsol said in an interview on Saturday.
FRANKFURT - The chances of Britain leaving the European Union are "very remote" and making that point clear would help boost investment, Business Secretary Vince Cable said on Friday.