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UK trade deficit down to £1.2bn Official new data has revealed that the UK’s trade gap fell to £1.2 billion in April from the £3.1bn recorded in March.

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New figures released by the Scottish accountancy institute ICAS and Perth-based energy giant SSE, have revealed that the majority of people do not believe big companies pay their fair share of tax. The YouGov study of 2,000 adults found only a third of people think most big businesses in the UK pay

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Tom Faichnie and Ian McDonald. (Photo: Ross Johnston/Newsline Media) Professional services firm Baker Tilly has strengthened its corporate finance team in Aberdeen with two senior appointments to support and deliver its current pipeline of transactions across the North East of Scotland.

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The average house price in Scotland has increased by 35 per cent over the last decade, a new report has revealed. A 10-year overview of the Scottish property market from the Registers of Scotland (RoS) showed the average house price was £123,977 in 2005-06 and £167,396 in 2014-15.

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Andy Murray joins crowd-funder Scottish tennis star Andy Murray has joined the advisory board of London-based equity crowd-funder Seedrs.

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Hugh Little Hugh Little, the head of acquisitions at Aberdeen Asset Management is to retire this summer, the Granite City-based wealth manager has announced.

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Royal Bank of Scotland and Nat West will offer customers access to Apple Pay when it launches in the UK, making them among the first in the country to use the new system. The state-backed lender said the facility is “transforming mobile payments with an easy, secure and private way to pay”.

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