The Welsh Government will get an extra £550m between now and 2021 as a result of spending announced by Chancellor Philip Hammond in this year's budget.
The Welsh Government's budget for 2019/20 will go up by more than £400 million as a result of today's announcements, taking it above £16 billion.
In addition there will be £120 million for the North Wales Growth Deal - a scheme which aims to use government funding to channel nearly £700m worth of public and private money into a series of projects aimed at boosting the North's economy and creating thousands of jobs.
Mr Hammond began his budget by telling voters "their hard work is paying off and the era of austerity is finally coming to an end."
The Chancellor announced extra services for mental health support but this only applies in England.
It was announced the Welsh Government will get increased borrowing powers.
It can currently borrow £1bn for big infrastructure projects and that will increase by £300m.
The UK Government says it's for "supporting the delivery of the M4 relief road."
Philip Hammond also announced £400m of extra funding to schools in England.
He announced £675m to help councils adapt to changing shopping habits and a cut to business rates for smaller businesses. Again, this fund applies in England only.
There was disappointment in at least one of the Welsh Government's demands. The Chancellor confirmed that progress would continue on devolving Air Passenger Duty to Northern Ireland despite the administration there being suspended.
Ministers in Cardiff have called for it to be transferred to Wales too but the UK Government has repeatedly refused and there was no sign of any change to that today.
Finance Secretary Mark Drakeford said the Budget provides no evidence austerity is over” adding "it’s very disappointing as far as Wales is concerned.”
Plaid Cymru responded to the budget with criticism calling it a "fantasy pre-Brexit Budget based on imaginary numbers."