George Osborne, shadow chancellor, is refusing to rule out his own windfall tax and demanding that banks forgo their tax losses.
Imposing either a "windfall tax" or special curbs on bonuses is an understandable political response to what is happening.
Government finances are in excellent shape, thanks partly to a windfall from an increased turnover tax on share trading.
Government spending on building a bridge may have a bigger multiplier than a tax cut if consumers save a portion of their tax windfall.
Mr Murashima said people might be spending more because of an effective but temporary Y3,000bn ($25bn) tax windfall.
Bicycling is the latest fitness craze to hit America and it has brought a windfall to bicycle accessory makers.
But, he says he enjoyed the little windfall enough that he is now letting Allow offer his data to other advertisers.
The planned sale would deliver a windfall to the Aland Islands, between Sweden and Finland, in whose waters the champagne was found.
Lehman claims that Barclays should pay it as much as $11 billion for an allegedly undisclosed “windfall” on the brokerage.
It has been argued that the main benefit would be the billions of dollars that would be the immediate windfall from any sale.
By saving part of today’s windfall, Canberra could help offset the inevitable pratfall – whenever it eventually comes.
We do not encourage originality by conferring windfall gains on the Disney Corporation, EMI, Citigroup, and the Picasso estate.
Ms Wang expects sales to dip in the first half of next year but then quickly recover, boosted by a double windfall.
Gold miners have much to be pleased about, with the soaring price of gold since GLD was created in 2004 giving them windfall profits.
Some governments have imposed windfall taxes on the big banks; the US has legislated for a tougher regulatory regime.
In most emerging markets, such as Egypt, let alone Africa, the ramifications of receiving such a windfall would be enormous.
It's not enough to pay off my debts. Financial disaster seems very likely, so why shouldn't I just spend the windfall on lottery tickets?
The Mexican windfall will be scrutinised by other producers suffering a drop in oil revenues, and particularly by Opec's members.
Finally, in terms of corporate earnings it is the developed nations that still yield the greatest windfall to US multinationals.
And each year the Fed returns to the Treasury a windfall called a seigniorage payment, which last year exceeded $20 billion.
windfall taxn. 暴利税；意外利润税
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