The number of people out of work continues to fall although the heady pace at which that has happened in recent months is slowing.
The Chancellor has announced Scotland will be allowed to borrow money from international bond markets and be able to issue its own bonds.
It might not feel it - the country is still emerging from a six year downturn - but the numbers are puzzlingly good.
Banking is in the middle of a "100 year transformation", says Barclays' CEO Antony Jenkins - but how much success is he having?
After long-awaited good news on the economy, an esteemed report paints a worrying picture of the huge problems the country still faces.
As well as one and a quarter billion users, the social media network has seen revenues surge - but can it keep up such impressive growth?
Mark Carney's neutral presentation of the facts on currency union may well cause those campaigning for independence some severe headaches.
The UK's economy grew by 0.7% during the last quarter of 2013 and by 1.9% over the year but how sustainable is this growth?
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney hasn’t quite abandoned forward guidance although, he has said it’s going to have to “evolve”.
The Bank of England Governor has stepped in to try to reassure borrowers that interest rates will stay at very low levels for "some time”.