Economy

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Scottish Development International (SDI) has revealed a notable surge in Scotland’s export figures, showcasing the country’s robust global appeal in spite of recent economic headwinds.

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Scotland's financial health has seen improvements in the past year, with particular emphasis on the country's growing fiscal balance, revealed in the latest Government Expenditure and Revenue Scotland (GERS) figures)

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Scottish retail sales witnessed a sharp decline in July, with factors including inclement weather and unfavourable economic conditions weighing heavily on the industry, as per data from the Scottish Retail Consortium (SRC). July's sales showed a modest growth of 4.6% compared to July 2022, but this

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A significant drop in inflation was recorded for July, with the Consumer Price Index (CPI) having decreased from 7.9% to 6.8%. The drop is in line with the Bank of England's projections and was expected, particularly in light of the preceding month’s energy bill cut. Nevertheless, core inflati

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Recent government research has highlighted a waning faith amongst UK companies in the benefits of new free trade deals post-Brexit.

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There was a notable increase in company insolvencies last month with 97 cases registered in Scotland, marking a 41% rise from the previous year. These insolvencies were spread across 44 compulsory liquidations, 51 CVLs (Company Voluntary Liquidations), and two administrations. There were no instance

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The UK's economic growth outpaced expectations in the second quarter, with a 0.2% increase from April to June compared to the previous three months, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS). GDP grew 0.5% in June and the Q2 rise was a modest uptick from the 0.1% growth seen in each of t

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The UK's inflation rate witnessed a greater-than-expected drop to 7.9% in June, a 13-month low, due to a decrease in petrol prices, as reported by the Office for National Statistics (ONS). This figure represents a noteworthy decline from May's 8.7% inflation rate, the weakest since the onset of the

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