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ΔημοσίευσηΘέμα: Wednesday newspaper round-up   Τετ Νοε 30, 2011 3:10 am

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Mr Schauble said eurozone finance ministers, who are meeting in Brussels, could not agree on the terms of the European Financial Stability Facility (EFSF). He told Germany’s Handelsblatt that although Europe needed a fund “capable of action”, plans for the EFSF were too “intricate and complex” for investors to understand. The finance ministers, who were meeting ahead of a full Ecofin summit today, acknowledged the €440bn (£376bn) fund would not win support to leverage it up to €1trn. Its capacity would be between €500bn and €700bn instead – a total that is unlikely to be big enough to rescue Spain and Italy. However, the ministers concurred that the €8bn of international aid to Greece should be disbursed before Athens runs out of cash in two weeks, The Telegraph reports.

The banks are unlikely to pay any more tax following the Autumn Statement, despite tough words from the Chancellor, experts said last night. George Osborne increased the rate of the permanent levy on banks’ balance sheets to 0.088%, costing them £2.5bn. But accountants said the banks may actually end up better off thanks to the reduction in the corporation tax rate, which has already fallen from 28% to 26% and will drop again in April to 25%. ‘Over time, the savings from the lower corporation tax rate might well outweigh what they pay in the levy,’ said Alex Henderson, partner at PwC. He said banks with operations overseas would also benefit from the Chancellor’s pledge to lower the taxation on foreign profits (…) says The Daily Mail.

European finance ministers were warned on Tuesday night that Italy's liquidity crisis could leave the eurozone's third biggest economy insolvent with devastating impact on the fate of the single currency and its big core economies, Germany and France. Eurozone finance ministers met in Brussels in their latest attempt to plot a path out of the EU's worst crisis. With Mario Monti, the new Italian prime minister and finance minister, reporting to the session on his austerity package aimed at saving Italy and shoring up the euro, a confidential report from the European commission and the European Central Bank said Monti would need to do more than already promised.The report, obtained by the Guardian, said Monti had to go further in his promises to combat rampant tax evasion in Italy, which is estimated to amount to 20% of gross domestic product, according to The Guardian.

George Osborne on Tuesday said the banking sector levy announced last year would be increased from 0.078% of banks' liabilities to 0.088% to ensure the Government raised at least £2.5bn a year from the tax.The increase is expected to fall disproportionately hard on HSBC and Standard Chartered as – unlike domestic rivals such as Barclays and Royal Bank of Scotland – they have been increasing the size of their balance sheets as they have attracted deposits from across the world. One London-based analyst said he thought HSBC could be forced to pay an additional $300m (£193m) for the fiscal year 2011/2012, taking the total cost of the levy to the bank as much as $900m. For Standard Chartered the analyst estimated the additional cost could be as high as $100m, taking its hit from the levy to close to $300m, The Telegraph says.

Switzerland's banking industry risks losing out on almost Sfr50bn (£35bn) in assets as new tax accords with Britain and Germany prompt wealthy clients to withdraw money, according to a new study. The country's banks, which have historically been a home for wealthy people looking for lower tax rates, also face missing out on about Sfr1.1bn in annual revenue from managing the offshore assets because of tax agreements that come into effect in 2013. Under those agreements, struck earlier this year, Britain and Germany will secure revenues from taxes on investments and capital gains held in offshore accounts with Swiss banks, writes The Telegraph.

A surge in punters drawn to volatile markets is fuelling a dramatic rise in revenues at IG Index, the spread-betting company beloved of City traders and armchair dealers nationwide. Shares in the group, founded 37 years ago to give investors smarter ways to trade gold, rose more than 8% yesterday as it promised revenues of more than £193m for the six months to November 30. That represents an increase of at least 23% on the same period last year and augurs well for a similar rise in profits, IG said. While institutional investors tend to sit on the sidelines when markets see-saw, individual investors often see the chance to generate rapid returns. IG has already benefited from the market meltdown in August, brought on by the intensifying eurozone debt crisis. That brought in new customers in droves, The Times reports.

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