Established in 1695, Bank of Scotland is the UK's oldest surviving clearing bank and is part of Scotland's largest financial services employer.
Here you will find some of Scotland's most authoritative and established economic research, which draws on the expertise of both our in-house economists and external market researchers. We share our views on the prevailing conditions in the Scottish economy, labour market and the housing and savings markets as well as our views on the economic prospects for Scotland in the months ahead.
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The balance of financial power in younger Scottish households is starting to tip towards women, creating a new generation of ‘money mummies’
The amount of weekly pocket money received by 8-15 year olds in Scotland has fallen by 8% to £6.32 in 2012 - a drop of 57p a week or £29.64 over the year.
Private school fees in Scotland have increased by an average of 63% in the past decade, according to latest research by Bank of Scotland
A significant number of students in Scotland are struggling to make ends meet on a monthly basis according to Bank of Scotland’s Student Finance Report.
Latest research from Bank of Scotland shows Scotland’s savers are looking to make the most of annual ISA allowances as average balances grew by 8% in the last year; from £6,515 in January 2011 to £7,031 in January 2012 - an increase of £516.
Bank of Scotland today announces that it will offer a Junior Cash ISA, making it the first of the major high street banks in Scotland to do so.