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Obama wants dividends taxed as income: NYT

WASHINGTON (MarketWatch)
According to House Republicans, Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner presented a plan that included taxing dividends as income, The New York Times reported
The New York Times also reported that the White House plan included a 45% estate tax on inheritances over $3.5 million
Other figures in The New York Times account confirmed the Wall Street Journal report on the White House offer, including the $1.6 trillion in revenue increases, $400 billion in entitlement cuts, the $50 billion in new stimulus and the ability for the president to raise the debt ceiling at will

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Japón aprueba un nuevo paquete de medidas de estímulo

El Gobierno de Japón aprobó hoy, a poco más de dos semanas para las elecciones generales, un paquete de medidas de estímulo por más de 8.200 millones de euros destinado a dar un nuevo empuje a la estancada economía nipona, que se encuentra al filo de la recesión.

Las ayudas sociales, la creación de empleo y el respaldo financiero a las pequeñas y medianas empresas centran este nuevo paquete económico, el segundo en dos meses tras una partida de otros 4.000 millones de euros aprobada en octubre por la tercera economía mundial.

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WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) - Consumer spending in the U.S. fell in October for the first time in five months while incomes were essentially flat, the Commerce Department said Friday. Economists surveyed by MarketWatch had forecast a 0.1% rise in spending, seasonally adjusted, and a 0.2% increase in personal income. Since spending fell compared to income growth, the personal savings rate edged up to 3.4% from 3.3%, but it remained near a five-year low. Also, inflation as gauged by the core PCE price index, which excludes food and energy, increased a scant 0.1% last month. The core index is up 1.6% over the past 12 months, the same as in September. The overall CPI index also rose 0.1%. In September, spending was unrevised at a 0.8%increase, though it revised slightly lower for August. Income growth was unrevised for September and August. The government said Hurricane Sandy reduced wages and salaries in October by $18.2 billion, likely contributing to the decline in spending. The storm battered the East Coast in the last few days of the month.

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WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) - Regulators should replace "complex" global bank capital rules with a more simple system that requires large institutions hold more capital, Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. director Thomas Hoenig said Friday. Instead, big banks should hold a tangible-equity to-tangible-asset ratio of 10%, he said. Hoenig notes that the 10 largest U.S. banks don't hold nearly enough capital to meet that threshold. Meanwhile, smaller large banks with less than $100 billion are much closer to the prescribed minimum, he said. "Some argue that a high minimum would be too much capital, and would impede credit growth and eventually economic growth," Hoenig said. "However, this level of capital remains well below what the market would most likely require without the safety net and its subsidy."