US President Donald Trump ended the week by disappointing global investors, sending shares down across Europe.
After weeks of US-China trade talks dominating the limelight in the eyes of the market, the Bank of England finally caught investors’ attention and sent Sterling to a two-week low.
The price of oil sank after Saudi Arabia said it had made more progress over oil production, while the European markets remained subdued.
Around 1,200 jobs could be lost if Sirius Minerals fails to secure funding for its work constructing a giant fertiliser mine in North Yorkshire, the company confirmed.
The burgeoning UK digital entertainment and media (E&M) sector will be worth £76 billion within four years.
Regulations for running town centre markets in Dunfermline are being tightened up after a “shambolic” event prompted complaints.
Fears of a post-Brexit slump in the property market have failed to materialise in Perthshire.
Taste and talent will be highlighted at a new food and craft weekend staged for the first time in Dunfermline this weekend.
Dundee is set to host its first “mum2mum” market sale.
There’s been a spring in the step of the local property market with Tayside Solicitors Property Centre reporting a surge of properties for sale.