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The average house price in Scotland’s seaside towns has grown by £348 per month since 2005, according to new data. The latest Seaside Towns Review from the Bank of Scotland found that over the past decade, the average price has grown by 39 per cent, from £108,449 to £150,210 – exceeding the 3

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Alasdair Gardner. regional managing director at the Bank of Scotland The Scottish private sector remained in growth territory during the first month of 2016, according to the Bank of Scotland's Purchase Managers Index (PMI).

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New economic figures from the Bank of Scotland (BoS) show the Scottish economy is continuing to recover from the slowdown experienced at the start of 2015. There is expected to be moderate private sector growth over the remainder of the year, according to the latest Business Monitor report from the

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Donald MacRae, chief economist at Bank of Scotland Output and new orders expanded across Scotland's manufacturing and service sectors in August, according to the Bank of Scotland's latest PMI report.

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Scottish Government business minister Fergus Ewing A jobs report from the Bank of Scotland has recorded the fastest rise in permanent staff placements for three months.

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Scotland's private sector continued to grow in June and the Scottish economy is making a "moderate recovery" from slowdown in the first quarter, according to a new Bank of Scotland report. However, the growth is focussed on the services sector rather than manufacturing.

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A new report by the Bank of Scotland shows growth in permanent jobs continuing in Scotland last month, but at the slowest rate for almost two years. The Bank of Scotland Report on Jobs found increased demand for staff and a continued rise in starting salaries. The most significant rise in demand for

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