UBS Seeks to Appease Clients With $3.5 Billion Auction-Rate Share Buyback
UBS AG , Switzerland's largest bank, plans to buy back as much as $3.5 billion of auction-rate preferred shares after being sued in the U.S. for fraudulently selling the securities as low-risk alternatives to ...
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#1 Aug 4, 2008
nuveen should pay back all the money they have taken under false pretent then all current and former management should go directly to jail
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