Global stock markets opened the week in a foul mood, as worries over coronavirus prompted a mass sell-off, sending the FTSE 100 to its lowest point for over a month.
Calls have been made for Dundee City Council to double down on efforts to fill vacant units at the Waterfront after a seemingly surefire retail deal fell through.
The number of Dundonians who are claiming out-of-work benefits is continuing to remain steady at a rate slightly above the Scottish average.
Confidence among Britain’s manufacturers increased faster in the least three months than at any other point on records, new figures show.
New findings say Dundee has been given a £21 million boost thanks to the V&A – but what do the people living, visiting and working in the city really think?
Businesses have warned of price rises after Chancellor Sajid Javid vowed that there will be no alignment with EU regulations after Brexit.
Chancellor Sajid Javid has warned manufacturing leaders that there will be no alignment with EU regulations once Britain’s exit from the European Union is made official.
Plans to impose a £30,000 salary "barrier" on unskilled workers could create new job opportunities for locals in Dundee, according to a senior council official.
UK inflation has slipped to a three-year-low, raising expectations that interest rates could be cut.
The UK economy slid into decline in November on the back of weakness in the manufacturing sector, according to official figures.
UK employment could decline in 2020 despite average pay being expected to surpass its pre-financial crisis peak for the first time, economists have warned.
Bad weather has deterred some Boxing Day bargain hunters, with footfall reportedly down 10% in high streets and shopping centres.
Britons are expected to spend £200 million less in the post-Christmas sales this year as environmental concerns drive down buying.
Consumer optimism for the economy over the coming year has seen its sharpest increase since the summer of 2016, according to a long-running survey.
UK inflation held firm at a three-year low after a slowdown in cigarette price increases was offset by more expensive concert tickets.
Cafe-bar operator Loungers has said it sees the potential to more than triple in size after posting surging sales on the back of new restaurant openings.
Britain’s builders have suffered the longest run of declining new orders for six years as Brexit and election uncertainty keep the sector firmly in contraction, according to new figures.
Consumer confidence has “flatlined” in the face of Brexit and election uncertainty, four years since it was last in positive territory, according to a long-running survey.
More than 50 new offshore wind farm turbines are set to be built in Dundee in what has been hailed as “an incredible vote of confidence” in the city.
The British private sector has contracted at its fastest rate since the aftermath of the Brexit referendum as the UK missed its second deadline to leave the EU, according to new figures.