Banking giants Lloyds and RBS have confirmed they could move their headquarters to England if Scotland votes to leave the UK in the referendum on 18 September.
The Bank of England appeared no closer to raising interest rates in its September meeting, although its Monetary Policy Committee remained divided over the cost of borrowing.
With three polls giving the No camp a fragile lead, the SNP leader remains bullish over the prospects for an independent Scotland.
The Moscow billionaire who recruited Lord Mandelson as a director of his major Russian company has been held under house arrest and accused of money laundering.
Scotland's historic referendum on whether to stay in the UK or leave is decided today (Thursday), but the economic position if the Scots choose to leave has not been clear during the debate, with both sides taking opposing views of the wealth of an ...