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  1. UBS Posts Higher Profit, Plans to Buy Back Fund From SNB

    UBS AG , Switzerland's biggest bank , said gains at its investment bank fueled an increase in second- quarter profit and announced plans to buy back the fund set up by the central bank in 2008 to help it shed toxic assets.

  2. UPDATE: ETFs hold clues for gold, copper, coffee outlooks

    UPDATE: ETFs hold clues for gold, copper, coffee outlooks

  3. Credit Suisse First-Quarter Profit Falls

    Credit Suisse First-Quarter Profit Falls

  4. Credit Suisse First-Quarter Profit Falls

    Credit Suisse First-Quarter Profit Falls

  5. UBS Should Split Investment Bank , Shareholder Says

    UBS AG should consider splitting its investment bank from the wealth management and Swiss banking businesses, shareholder Knight Vinke Asset Management LLC said.

  6. UBS Leapfrogs Bank of America to Lead Wealth Manager Ranking

    UBS AG , the Swiss lender shrinking its investment banking business, overtook Bank of America Corp. to top a ranking of the world's biggest wealth managers compiled by Scorpio Partnership.

  7. UBS Transfers Control of Dow Jones-UBS Commodity Index to Bloomberg -FT

    UBS Transfers Control of Dow Jones- UBS Commodity Index to Bloomberg -FT

  8. Lloyds Banking Group PLC ECN Retail Tender Offer -2-

    Lloyds Banking Group PLC ECN Retail Tender Offer -2-

  9. UBS Agrees to Pay $120 Million to Settle Lehman Suit Claims

    UBS AG , Switzerland's largest bank , agreed to pay $120 million to settle claims by investors in Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. securities in a lawsuit tied to the investment bank's 2008 collapse.

  10. Enable Midstream Partners Announces Pricing of Initial Public Offering of Common Units

    Enable Midstream Partners Announces Pricing of Initial Public Offering of Common Units

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