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  1. The Davos Challenge: Walk For Education, Goal AchievedRead the original story

    Wednesday Jan 28 | PR Log

    ... over 220,000 bicycles. For more information, please visit: www.worldbicyclerelief.org/ worldbicyclerelief About UBS AG UBS draws on its 150-year heritage to serve private, institutional and corporate clients worldwide, as well as retail clients in ...

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  2. UBS says to charge large companies for deposits in SwitzerlandRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 27 | West Australian

    "These extraordinary market conditions, coupled with increased regulatory requirements in relation to banks' liquidity obligations, have resulted in UBS introducing an individual deposit charge for large account balances held by corporate and institutional clients as well as by legal entities," a spokeswoman for Zurich-based UBS said in an emailed statement.

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  3. OPEC's El-Badri Says $200 Oil Possible Without InvestmentRead the original story

    Monday Jan 26 | The Washington Post

    "If you don't invest in oil and gas, you will see more than $200," Abdalla El-Badri said in an interview in London on Monday, without giving a timeframe. West Texas Intermediate, the U.S. crude benchmark, erased a decline of as much as 2.7 percent following his comments.

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  4. OPEC's El-Badri Says $200 Oil Possible With Lack of SpendingRead the original story

    Monday Jan 26 | The Washington Post

    "If you don't invest in oil and gas, you will see more than $200," Abdalla El-Badri said in an interview in London on Monday, without giving a timeframe. West Texas Intermediate, the U.S. crude benchmark, erased a decline of as much as 2.7 percent.

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  5. UBS Says No Major Trading Impact From SNB MoveRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | Wall Street Journal

    UBS AG said it hasn't taken a significant hit to trading revenue after the Swiss National Bank scrapped a cap on the value of the country's currency, though the move is expected to pressure its profits. "In aggregate, UBS did not experience negative revenues in its trading businesses in connection with the announcement," the Zurich-based bank said Friday.

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  6. Oil Erases Gains as New Saudi King Says Policies Won't ChangeRead the original story

    Friday Jan 23 | The Washington Post

    ... ''It was expected the oil market would react nervously to the king's death," said Giovanni Staunovo, an analyst at UBS AG in Zurich. "But it's likely to be a short-term reaction as the majority of market participants don't expect a change in Saudi ...

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  7. Oil Pares Gains as New Saudi King Says Policies Won't ChangeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | News Max

    ... "It was expected the oil market would react nervously to the king's death," said Giovanni Staunovo, an analyst at UBS AG in Zurich. "But it's likely to be a short-term reaction as the majority of market participants don't expect a change in Saudi ...

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  8. Oil Pares Gains as New Saudi King Says Policies Won't ChangeRead the original story

    Friday Jan 23 | The Washington Post

    ... "It was expected the oil market would react nervously to the king's death," said Giovanni Staunovo, an analyst at UBS AG in Zurich. "But it's likely to be a short-term reaction as the majority of market participants don't expect a change in Saudi ...

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  9. UBS Had No Loss in Turmoil After SNB Scrapped Franc CapRead the original story

    Friday Jan 23 | Bloomberg

    UBS Group AG , Switzerland 's biggest bank, said its trading businesses didn't suffer a loss in the havoc that erupted when the Swiss central bank unexpectedly scrapped its limit on the franc. "In aggregate, UBS did not experience negative revenues in its trading businesses in connection with the announcement," the bank said in a statement Friday.

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  10. UBS did not suffer trading losses after franc moveRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | RTE.ie

    UBS said id didn't not suffer any losses overall in its trading business after the move to scrap the franc's currency cap UBS did not suffer any losses overall in its trading business after the Swiss National Bank's decision to abandon its currency cap, the bank said today. Zurich-based UBS is the third of Switzerland's three biggest listed banks to say it did not suffer losses after the SNB last week suddenly scrapped its three year-old cap on the Swiss franc.

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  11. UPDATE 1-UBS says did not suffer trading losses after SNB moveRead the original story

    Friday Jan 23 | Reuters

    UBS did not suffer any losses overall in its trading business after the Swiss National Bank's decision to abandon its currency cap, the bank said on Friday, confirming it would return cash to shareholders after a restructuring. Zurich-based UBS is the third of Switzerland's three biggest listed banks to say it did not suffer losses after the SNB last week suddenly scrapped its three year-old cap on the Swiss franc.

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  12. UBS says did not suffer trading losses after SNB moveRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 22 | Reuters

    UBS said on Friday it did not suffer any overall losses in its trading business after the Swiss National Bank's decision last week to abandon its three-year-old cap on the franc. "In aggregate, UBS did not experience negative revenues in its trading businesses in connection with the announcement," UBS said in a statement.

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  13. Credit Suisse: No 'Material' Trading Losses From Franc SwingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 21 | Wall Street Journal

    ... Credit Suisse has a foreign currency trading business that is relatively small compared with its Zurich-based rival UBS AG . A UBS spokesman declined to comment. UBS hasn't issued any guidance related to the possible impact of the strengthened franc ...

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  14. UBS's Weber Defends SNB Decision to Abandon Cap on FrancRead the original story

    Wednesday Jan 21 | Bloomberg

    UBS Group AG Chairman Axel Weber said the Swiss central bank "did the right thing" in scrapping its currency cap, a move that sent shockwaves through markets last week. "Better an end with a shock, than shocks with no end," Weber, the former president of Germany's Bundesbank, said Wednesday in a panel discussion at the World Economic Forum in Davos.

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  15. SNB's - Nuclear Explosion' Spreading as Credit Suisse, Saxo HurtRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 20 | The Washington Post

    ... year, and Deutsche Bank dismissed several currency traders amid internal reviews related to the probes. Barclays and UBS AG have each suspended about half a dozen employees. In Switzerland, some banks see the appreciating franc squeezing earnings ...

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  16. Swiss shoppers bombarded by discount offers after currency shockRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 20 | West Australian

    Retailers are rushing to offer bargains to Swiss shoppers after a shock surge in the franc, taking advantage of lower import costs but also fearful of losing custom to cheaper rivals over the border in France and Germany. Until last Thursday, the Swiss National Bank had capped the value of the franc at 1.20 per euro.

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  17. Swiss Turmoil Spreads in Europe as Saxo, Credit Suisse HurtRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 20 | The Washington Post

    Credit Suisse, the country's second-biggest bank, indicated Monday that currency swings after the Swiss National Bank's surprise decision may hurt profit depending in part on "any offsetting management actions." It said the volatility has "not materially impacted" capital ratios, a measure of financial strength.

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  18. Shoppers bombarded by discounts after franc shockRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 20 | Swissinfo

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  19. Credit Suisse sees little impact on capital ratios from SNB moveRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 20 | Reuters

    Credit Suisse said recent currency volatility, caused by the Swiss National Bank's decision to scrap its currency cap, would not materially impact its capital ratios. "In terms of capital ... our policy is to hedge the capital allocated to our non-Swiss based activities," the Zurich-based bank said in a statement.

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  20. Julius Baer Says It Wasn?t Hurt by SNB Decision, Shares RiseRead the original story

    Monday Jan 19 | The Washington Post

    The bank was able to "manage successfully the enormous volatility and volumes" following the Swiss National Bank's decision, it said in a statement. The shares jumped as much as 7.3 percent, and were up 6.2 percent at 36.65 Swiss francs at 2:49 p.m. in Zurich.

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