China’s economic growth slowed to its lowest level in a decade in the quarter ending in June, adding to pressure on Chinese leaders as they fight a tariff war with Washington.
The UK economy bounced back to monthly growth in May as a recovery in car production drove a rise in output.
The UK’s construction output has plummeted at its steepest rate since 2009, as Brexit uncertainty and weaker demand hit all major areas of the industry.
The average nurse, teacher, paramedic, police officer or firefighter can only afford to own a home in 8% of towns across Britain, a report has found.
Public spending cuts may be needed to help deal with a possible Scottish budget shortfall of more than £1 billion, the Finance Secretary has warned MSPs.
Scotland’s tourism, food and drink, and creative industries have all grown over the last year, figures show.
Finance Secretary Derek Mackay is facing a grilling from MSPs over how the Scottish Government plans to meet a possible budget shortfall of more than £1 billion.
There was a mixed picture for Scotland’s jobs market last month, according to a new survey.
A Holyrood committee wants to change the law to prevent ministers from getting early sight of key economic information.
The Scottish Government’s latest financial strategy is lacking “analytical assessment” and contains only “limited information” on spending plans, economic experts have said.
A new department should be created to help businesses sell online as part of a new economic model to boost skills and growth, the Scottish Conservatives have said.
The number of projects involving foreign firms investing in Scotland fell by almost a fifth last year, a new report has revealed.
Brexit uncertainty and greater devolution of welfare to Holyrood are two of the key risks to Scotland’s economy next year, according to experts.
Uncertainty about the prospect of a second independence referendum and greater devolution of welfare to Holyrood are two of the key risks to Scotland’s economy next year, according to experts.
The level of mortgage lending in the UK rose last month in a sign that the passing of the original Brexit deadline in March has eased fears, according to the Bank of England.
Confidence among businesses in Scotland has fallen as a number of firms said they feel Brexit is having a negative effect on their prospects, according to a new report.
Northern Ireland is the most pessimistic part of the UK when it comes to the economy, a new report has found.
Scottish Financial Enterprise (SFE) has appointed Philip Grant of Lloyds Bank as its new chairman.
UK economic growth accelerated in the first quarter of this year, driven by the highest quarterly pick-up in manufacturing since the 1980s as the original Brexit deadline loomed.
The rate of growth in the Scottish economy has overtaken that of the UK, according to official statistics.
A housebuilder has delivered a £57 million boost to the north-east economy, according to a new report.
The Scottish Government has launched an economic action plan, including an £18 million fund for advanced manufacturing and the piloting of two new “productivity clubs” for businesses.
A rise in drone usage in the oil and gas industry and in Scotland’s farming industry could help to deliver a £42 billion boost to the UK economy by 2013, a new report has forecast.
Europe’s beleaguered capital of oil and gas has powered its way into the top five in a league table of the UK’s fastest-growing city economies.
A local authority is set to be £3 million over budget by April – and says a lack of council tax payments is partly to blame.
A North-east MP has said serious concerns remain about the roll-out of Universal Credit.
Almost £9 billion of public and private investment is due to be delivered to benefit the North-east before 2030, it was revealed today.
Fears that the North-east economy will suffer a huge blow due to a major rail development have been disputed by a UK Government minister.
Higher taxes will revitalise the Aberdeen economy, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has told the Evening Express.
A former oil worker made redundant in the downturn is bouncing back with a booming ice cream parlour.