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In Europe, signs of economic recovery

by Andy Uhler Jun 8, 2017
These past few years have been rough for the European economy. The Greek debt crisis; shaky banks in Italy; widespread unemployment in Spain. Now, though, there are signs that things are picking up. The European Central Bank, which frames economic…

Despite Spain's economic woes, families still go all out for first communion parties

by Marketplace Contributor May 17, 2017
The celebration, like a small wedding, takes months to plan and can cost a few thousand dollars.
Arxé Moda is one of many clothing stores in Barcelona that specializes in custom-made dresses for first communions. The bridal-like gowns can cost anywhere from $400 to $500.
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Spain election latest evidence of anti-austerity anger

by Kimberly Adams Dec 21, 2015
Divisive results dealt a blow to the party that oversaw Spain's economic recovery.

Spain's anti-austerity party flounders

by Stephen Beard Dec 18, 2015
The leftist party Podemos is struggling as Spain's economy improves.

Spain recovers as elections loom

by Stephen Beard Dec 17, 2015
Ruling conservatives hope to be rewarded for overseeing an economic recovery.

Catalonia's regional vote sparks concerns across Spain

by Stephen Beard Sep 25, 2015
Elections Sunday in the prosperous region could trigger a political crisis.

Catalonia prepares for crucial vote Sunday

by Stephen Beard Sep 24, 2015
Some candidates want independence from Spain.

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