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Saturday, 25 June 2016

Wall Street has most to fear from new bank taxes

Chewing the FAT

The IMF has proposed two taxes: a levy to pay for future rescues and a charge against profit and pay. Governments have not approved the plan and some details are vague. But using the IMF's own estimates, banks in big countries that pay a lot to staff look set to suffer the most.

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