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Democratic politicians have proposed levies on financial transactions
The trading community thinks any form of FTT is as attractive as bubonic plague, says John Dizard
Officials say little headway has been made as deal deadline fast approaches
Continued membership will help keep financial sector in check, leftwing Labour leader writes in FT
German finance minister Schäuble wants tax to apply to all members in spite of UK opposition
The previous death of the FTT lacked a sanity clause, says John Dizard
Plea for ‘fresh start’ for financial transactions group
The UK can do little to counter US protectionism but it must resist Brussels, writes Martin Jacomb
Stark warning from Dutch pension scheme APG
Brussels should put some order into different countries’ bank levies, writes Hugo Dixon
Thomas Richter thinks the EU regulation is legally problematic and could harm the economy
Lower returns expected for pension funds
Mooted levy could slash European securities lending by 65%, claims trade association
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