New economic agenda of the United Kingdom through historical tax cuts and more division

By David Milliken and Andy Bruce

LONDON (Reuters) – The new UK finance minister, Kwasi Kwarteng, announced historic tax cuts and huge borrowing increases this fall in an economic docket that brought down financial markets, as British government titles remain free. .

Kwarteng eliminates a significant portion of the country’s income tax for the first time in an estimate of the cost of two spending plans by Prime Minister Liz Truss, who wants to pay the United Kingdom’s economic growth tax.

The investigators will download titles from the British government for the short term or faster than they could, with gilts of owe years on the way to their greatest remains in a day since at least 2009, as the United Kingdom raised its plans to issue shares for the current year Finance in 72.4 billion pounds (81 billion dollars).

The home energy bill support announced by Truss will cost 60 billion pounds over the next six months, said Kwarteng. The cuts of tax custariam but 45 billion pounds, disse ele.

The pound fell for or less than patamar in 37 years in relation to the dollar when Kwarteng updated the parliament over its plans.

“Our plan is to expand our economy through tax incentives and reforms,” ​​says Kwarteng.

“It is also that we are going to compete successfully with dynamic economies around the world. It is also that we are going to transform the vicious cycle of stagnation into a virtuous cycle of growth.”

The opposition Labor Party says the plans were a “desperate gamble.”

The Instituto de Estudos Fiscais says that the tax cuts have been the largest since the Orçamento de 1972– which is widely proclaimed as having ended in disaster due to its inflationary effect.

The market environment could hardly be more hostile to Kwarteng, as it outperformed any other major currency relative to the dollar.

Much of the decline reflects the U.S. Federal Reserve’s rapid interest rate hikes to tame inflation – which have lifted markets free – but some investors are also wary of Truss’s willingness to take out large loans to finance or increase

Asked on the sixth fair about how the United Kingdom would finance its expenses as short as taxes, a minister said that economic growth was a repost.

An investigation by Reuters this week showed that 55% of the two international banks and economic consultancies that were interviewed said that British assets were at high risk of a strong lost trust.

In the Quinta-Feira, the Bank of England says that the ceiling of Truss energy prices would limit inflation for a short time, rather than the government’s stimulus would further increase inflationary pressures, at a time when it is fighting against inflation but do higher level in 40 years.

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