Political crisis in Spain led to worries among investors and drove prices for European assets down. Yet the euro was showing muted reaction to the news so far.
Catalonia held a referendum about independence from the rest of Spain, which resulted in an overwhelming yes vote. The Spanish government called the referendum illegal and initiated a harsh crackdown on the Catalan separatists. For now, the euro was either flat or just slightly down against its rivals.
EUR/USD dropped from 1.1789 to 1.1741 as of 9:52 GMT today. EUR/CHF traded at 1.1404 after opening at 1.1416.
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