The Scottish government could issue bonds from next April after the Treasury confirmed it had begun a formal process to introduce legislation to that effect.
The government is to pay off part of the UK's First World War debt, as part of a redemption of bonds stretching as far back as the 18th century.
UK public borrowing rose more than expected in August, figures released by the government today have revealed.
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Fidelity Worldwide Investment has launched an at-retirement service ahead of the deadline for implementing the new flexibilities for defined contribution (DC) members next April.
The Financial Conduct Authority has launched a consultation which may lead to early removal of the requirement for companies to publish interim management statements.
A row has broken out over the cost of setting up all of the public bodies needed in an independent Scotland.
The Treasury has updated guidance on VCTs in order to ensure the vehicles can allot shares for the 2014-15 tax year.
The government last night sold another 7.8% of Lloyds Banking Group to institutions in its continued effort to return the government-backed bank to shareholders.
The House of Lords' economic affairs committee has recommended a delay to the government's imminent tax crackdown on limited liability partnerships (LLPs).
The Treasury has spent more than £2.6m administering the Equitable Life payments scheme (ELPS) in the three months to November, government figures have shown.
Prime Minister David Cameron has appointed former banker Sajid Javid as financial secretary to the Treasury following the latest reshuffle of the Cabinet.
Fitch Ratings has said any potential break-up of Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) is 'unlikely' as the costs and risks would outweigh the benefits.
The Chancellor will not sell any of the government's stake in Lloyds Banking Group until September, dashing recent hopes in the City of a sell-off as early as this week, according to reports.
The government has announced plans to put UK asset managers at the forefront of its mission to kickstart the economy, saying "opportunities abound" for the sector.
A group of MPs has criticised government attempts to stimulate the economy, including quantitative easing, for being "expensive experiments".
Business secretary Vince Cable has said the UK could see a triple-dip recession, and event a Japan-style 'lost decade' of zero growth.
The Treasury will launch a consultation tomorrow on the limits imposed on the amount of annual income drawdown investors can take, an expert claims.
Former Conservative cabinet stalwart Michael Heseltine is to argue the coalition government cannot continue on its current economic path in a "damning" critique of its growth strategy.