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British election results are positive in short-term, ECB's De Guindos says

Dec 13 2019

MADRID The results of British elections are positive in the short term as they eliminate uncertainty regarding Britain's exit process from the European Union, the European Central Bank's Vice-president Luis de Guindos said on Friday.

Zara owner Inditex reports strong profit growth, shares at year highs

Dec 11 2019

MADRID Inditex , owner of fashion chain Zara, shrugged off malaise affecting the broader apparel sector to post strong profit growth on Wednesday and forecast full-year same-store sales of up to 6%. | Video

UPDATE 2-Spanish bank mergers should be market-led -ECB's De Cos

Dec 03 2019

* ECB's De Cos sees Spanish banks' diversification as an advantage

Spain's Socialists again seek to rule without majority as Ciudadanos collapses

Nov 11 2019

MADRID The head of Spain's center-right Ciudadanos party quit on Monday after heavy election losses, potentially making his party more amenable to backing a government led by the Socialists. | Video

Factbox: The rise of Spain's far-right - Vox becomes third-biggest party

Nov 11 2019

MADRID Far-right Vox became the third-largest party in Spain's parliament in a national election on Sunday, winning 52 seats, up from 24 at its debut in April.

Factbox: The rise of Spain's far-right - Vox becomes third-biggest party

Nov 11 2019

MADRID Far-right Vox became the third-largest party in Spain's parliament in a national election on Sunday, winning 52 seats, up from 24 at its debut in April.

Turbine maker Siemens Gamesa shares plummet on delayed margin goals

Nov 05 2019

MADRID Siemens Gamesa delayed its 2020 guidance by two years on Tuesday, sending its shares close to their lowest level this year and wiping almost 1 billion euros (£864 million) off the wind turbine company's market value.

UPDATE 2-Turbine maker Siemens Gamesa shares plummet on delayed margin goals

Nov 05 2019

* Brexit, trade tensions to impact results (Adds potential Brexit impact and perspective on M&A)

'It's not abuse, it's rape': protesters denounce Spanish assault ruling

Nov 05 2019

MADRID Hundreds of people protested in Spain's capital on Monday against a court ruling last week that cleared five men of gang-raping a 14-year-old girl and instead found them guilty of the lesser charge of sexual abuse. | Video

Repsol plans more M&A to get bigger in fewer countries

Oct 31 2019

MADRID Spanish energy giant Repsol plans to buy and sell more assets in a drive to get stronger in a smaller number of markets, its CEO said on Thursday, after weak energy prices prompted it to cut capital spending and core profits forecasts.

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