City relieved but wary of unresolved issues

Threat abates of mass exodus of financial institutions after Scots’ vote

Scotland’s No vote: analysts react

‘Outcome will be greeted with relief by interest rate markets’

Scottish No vote keeps economy on track

Pent-up demand may now be released

UK industry hit by fall in export orders

Dip in manufacturers’ orders linked to weakness in the eurozone

A property on Rutland Gate in Knightsbridge to go with Ed Hammond copy about £200m House. Please check with Ed that this is the right house.
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Tax changes hit wealthy foreign homebuyers

Foreign assets face capital gains or income tax

Housing market drives mortgage lending

August figures highest since financial crisis

UK shoppers sweep up vacuum cleaners

Boost for electrical shops before EU energy saving rules bite

Symbol of Scotland caught in crossfire

RBS banking group created by union faces move south

GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - SEPTEMBER 16: Yes campaigners stand near No supporters at Dumbarton Town Hall as former Prime Minister Gordon Brown leaves after attending a rally on September 16, 2014 in Glasgow, Scotland. Yes and No supporters are campaigning in the last two days of the referendum to decide if Scotland will become an indpendent country. (Photo by Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images)
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Campaigns highlight Scotland jobless fall

Jobless rate falls sharply from 6.6% to 6%, below the UK average

Bank of England votes to hold rates

MPC remains split 7-2 against an interest rate rise

UK unemployment rate falls to 6.2%

Biggest fall in 26 years but workers’ pay stagnates

Survey reveals dim view of globalisation

Half of US respondents say trade destroyed jobs at home

Barnett formula risks English backlash

Funding mechanism is seen as over-favourable to Scotland

UK economy requires a sustainable footing

Osborne needs policies that boost investment and productivity

UK house prices jump 11.7%

UK inflation falls to 1.5% in August

Pressure eases on Bank of England to raise interest rates

Tech manifesto pushes migration and exports

Group says healthcare and financial services can offer UK digital edge

BoE signals dim view of household debt

Analysis blames borrowing build-up for depth of recession

Health of UK high streets ticks up

Shop vacancy rate improves in first six months of this year, falling to 13.4%

Irish lessons in sterling for Scotland

The experience of Ireland in the 1920s has echoes for today