Small firms have secured almost £35 billion through the Government’s bounce back loans programme since the start of the pandemic.
Ofgem has said it will slash bills for around 15 million households by as much as £95 as the regulator reduced its cap on energy bills to their lowest level yet.
A foreign currency provider is offering “virus-free cash” to holidaymakers concerned about handling banknotes.
Britain’s economy is set to plunge by 10.2% in 2020 and global activity will take a hit of more than 12 trillion US dollars (£9.6 trillion) from the coronavirus pandemic by the end of 2021, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has warned.
The council is facing a £9.5 million black hole as it tackles the effect of Covid-19 on services throughout the city during lockdown.
The new chief regulator of the City will take over at an often criticised organisation with a major new path to chart after Brexit.
Nikhil Rathi has been appointed the next chief executive of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), responsible for regulating the UK’s banks.
Aberdeenshire Council is forming an action plan to deal with an "unparalleled financial crisis" expected to create a £30 million budget black hole.
People aged 18 to 34 are nearly twice as likely as the population generally to say they are now doing more long-term financial planning than before the coronavirus crisis took hold, a survey suggests.
Three-quarters of British households have saved money during the lockdown, according to new figures.
The co-leader of Aberdeen City Council said the financial impact of coronavirus on the city could be reduced to £20 million, amid accusations of scaremongering.
Businesses will be supported through the coronavirus pandemic, the Scottish Government has announced.
Last week council officers laid out a raft of potential savings and cuts – many of which did not come to pass.
Under the new budget, a number of services have been cut to reduce Aberdeen City Council’s £37.9 million funding black hole.
Aberdeen's councillors have taken the decision to no longer offer catering facilities for staff.
A new commitment has been made to one of Aberdeen's most vulnerable groups.
Council tax across Aberdeen is set to rise by 4% – after the budget outlining savings to plug a £37.9 million funding gap was approved.
Today Aberdeen councillors will decide the budget for the next financial year. A rise in council tax, cuts to services and increases to parking and garden waste charges are all on the cards. Follow the latest from our reporters Emma Morrice and Jamie Hall in the council chambers below.
Local authorities in the north-east are set to receive almost £8 million extra after the Scottish Government reached an agreement over its budget.
City leaders today warned cuts to all services are under consideration after revealing a raft of potential measures to plug a £37.9 million funding black hole.
Aberdeen councillors considered a raft of cost-saving measures last year to plug a £41.2 million funding blackhole.
Aberdeen council officers have prepared a raft of possible savings as part of the budget proposals for 2020/21.
An event will be held to advise north-east residents on how to protect themselves against financial fraud.
An Aberdeenshire MSP is calling on his political opponents to get behind the Scottish Government’s draft budget proposals that commit £15 billion to health and care services.
The deputy first minister has promised “significant” investment in local authorities as the budget row goes on.
Council leaders have warned the city faces another round of savage cuts as they try to find £80 million of savings over the next two years.
Business leaders in Aberdeen have raised concerns about the contents of a new business rates bill passed by MSPs.
The co-leader of Aberdeen City Council has warned the local authority will have to make “difficult decisions” following the Scottish Government’s budget.
A new £2.5 million cardiac catheter laboratory is to be built in a vacant ward at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary (ARI).
Aberdeen council chiefs have revealed plans to recover £434,000 in school meal debts from parents in the city.