After 19 months of campaigning at a cost of $2.7 billion the United States has elected its new leader. There's a tendency to endow political events with too much significance but President-Elect Trump's approach to some elements of economic policy represent a clear break with the past. What should we expect?
As the world watches and waits for the outcome of the US election there are signs of modest improvements in performance across the major economies. The Bank of England marked up its 2017 growth forecast. The US continues to create jobs apace. Even the eurozone gives some cause for optimism. What could possibly go wrong?
The event explored today’s ‘always on’ world and the pressure Scots face as they struggle to balance life inside and outside of work.
Primary school children in Currie, Edinburgh put on their detective hats last week to learn more about fraud and scams thanks to the Royal Bank of Scotland MoneySense programme. Les Matheson, CEO of Personal Banking, tells us why it’s so important to financially educate young people.
New card features are being rolled out from today with all cards having a notch and raised dots.