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Bwin.Party losing ground

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Bwin.Party losing ground

Post by jock2007 on Wed Nov 05, 2014 2:08 am

The online gaming group has fallen 26 per cent this year amid declining profits. Shares picked up off a 80.15p low in August after Bwin announced a cost-cutting plan. But yesterday it tumbled 10.2p to 89.65p amid fears that it could get thwacked by new EU tax regulation.

New VAT rules for digital businesses, which take effect from January 1, mean the tax will be charged based on where the customer is, rather than the company. Deutsche Bank thinks Bwin.Party will be the worst hit. It is registered in Gibraltar, where there is no VAT, and 26 per cent of its first half revenues came from Germany, where the rate is 19 per cent. Unlucky.

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