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Are Poor Results from UBS a Bad Omen for Europe?

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Wed, 8 Feb 2012

Swiss banking giant UBS AG (NYSE:  UBS ) announced that its 4th quarter net profit fell 76% to 393 million Swiss francs ($427 million), down from 1.66 billion Swiss francs for the same quarter a year earlier. The result fell well short of the forecast of 737 million Swiss francs in a Reuters poll o

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