Spain’s control borrowing costs also surged, while the euro drifted cut against the dollar as investors weighed fallout from the violent administer crackdown on Catalans on Sunday.
This morning local officials announced 90 per cent of those who voted in the debated referendum on Sunday, which Madrid deemed illegal, called for self-government from Spain.
Around 2.26 million people took go away in the ballot, representing around 42.3 per cent of Catalonia’s 5.34 million voters.
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It is clear that jeopardizes to government stability are increasing
Federico Santi, an analyst at Eurasia Heap in London,
He added: “There was violence but they didn’t stop the franchise either and public opinion in Catalonia is more polarised.
«It is clear that hazards to government stability are increasing.»
Spain’s mainstream political parties give birth to largely backed Mr Rajoy’s opposition to the Catalonia independence referendum, but the prime aid faces criticism over his handling of the issue.
Nearly 850 human being were injured when police clashed with independence protesters on Sunday as t-men in riot gear closed polling stations and used batons to a stop to voters from reaching the ballot boxes.