Scottish economic growth has overtaken the UK with 0.5% growth, new official figures show.
Theresa May has been urged by one of her senior ministers to prepare to fight the next general election on a radical pro-business platform of tax cuts and de-regulation.
The Loch Ness Monster is worth nearly £41 million a year to the Scottish economy, new research reveals.
Scotland’s independent economic forecaster has faced a “significant challenge” obtaining essential data from the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP), it has emerged.
Unemployment in Scotland decreased in the latest quarter, new figures show.
The value of Scottish exports increased by 7% in the year to June, according to new figures.
Economic productivity in Scotland has been “broadly stagnant” for the last 15 years, with the country underperforming against many other European nations, a new report has concluded.
A consultation has been launched on plans for a national investment bank for Scotland.
Business and professional services firms are the most gloomy for nearly two years as rising costs and uncertainty over Brexit take their toll, according to a survey.
Nicola Sturgeon has said an improvement in Scotland’s public finances shows the economy is on the “right trajectory”.
Scotland’s public finances improved last year, with an increase in revenue and a reduction in the deficit, according to the latest official figures.
Greece has successfully completed a eurozone bailout programme after receiving tens of billions of euros to help it fix its economy.
Huge swathes of the Highlands are being put up for sale in what is said to be evidence of a massive boom in multi-million-pound timber industry.
UK economic growth rebounded in the second quarter as retail sales and construction benefited from a warm weather boost.
UK economic growth is expected to have rebounded in the second quarter, with analysts forecasting sunnier news when are official figures are released later.
Scotland is “leading the fightback” for a share of the import-dominated UK steel market, Liberty has said.
UK construction activity rose sharply in July, helped by the fastest rate of expansion in housebuilding in two-and-a-half years.
Europe’s economic upswing has slowed in the second quarter amid jitters over a possible global trade war, official statistics show.
The UK economy benefited from a retail rebound in May as the sector received a “double boost” from warm weather and the royal wedding.
As if things aren’t austere enough, much more misery lies in store for Highland residents according to Highland Council’s revenue budget forecasts for the next three years.
An ambitious new five-year strategy for the north-east’s economy has been unanimously backed by city councillors.
Over the last 3 months, workforce numbers at Nigg Energy Park have increased to more than 700 people on site, including provision from over 120 supply chain companies.
Highland games across Scotland bring in around £25 million to the national economy each year.
The owners of the north-east’s biggest mart have claimed the region’s economy will suffer after councillors delayed a decision on a £5 million expansion.
Aberdeen FC estimates that the construction of its new stadium will create 150 local jobs during its first phase.
A leading petro-economist says high oil prices could be sustained “for weeks” should tensions continue in the Middle East.
A new initiative aimed at helping entrepreneurs in the Highlands and islands grow their businesses and make them more competitive is being launched next month.
More than £37million will be allocated to the Scottish Government to prepare for Brexit in the year ahead.
Britain’s economic growth will struggle to pick up pace in the first quarter of 2018 despite services sector output unexpectedly reaching a four-month high in February.
The Scottish economy is still fragile despite official new figures highlighting a “robust” labour market, a leading think-tank said yesterday.
British business leaders have warned that Brexit talks are too slow and could harm the economy.
London’s blue chip index fell to a three-week low as better-than-expected UK growth figures sparked a surge in the pound.