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Strong economy lures workers from other European nations, including Italy
Opposition leader puts economy and Catalonia at heart of centre-right fightback
Shares in Bankia, Sabadell and CaixaBank fall after being told to refund customers
US fund buys into Spanish housing market as country’s economy rebounds
Public policies and private attitudes lack the long-term vision necessary in this globalised world
Among high-profile defendants involved in ill-fated IPO will be ex-IMF head Rodrigo Rato
Lenders have sold $18.4bn of paper in 2017, eclipsing total debt sold last year
The economy is finally set to return to its pre-crisis level. But have the reforms come at too high a price?
Unsold new homes glut did not deter investors when the housebuilder floated this week
Court acquits Princess Cristina but orders her to pay €265,000 civil fine
Former heads of central bank and stock market regulator declared formal suspects
Minister says 1.7m of the 3.5m jobs lost over course of recession now recovered
Rajoy reforms pay off but report warns of severe challenges ahead
Plan launched to boost employability in bid to keep economic recovery on track
Economic and political progress help nation abandon defensive crouch
The property business is turning a corner after one of the worst busts in history
Spanish PM written off as a has-been set to return for a new term
Stiffening competition and low interest rates are inflicting damage on lenders
Madrid recovers just €2.69bn of the €53.55bn it spent 4 years ago