BRUSSELS (dpa-AFX) - The Swiss stock market got off to a weak start Wednesday ... Julius Baer was another notable decliner, with a loss of 1.6 percent. UBS slid 0.3 percent and Credit Suisse dipped 0.1 percent. Aryzta weakened by …
Lindt & Sprüngli was the top performing stock of the day, with an increase of 3.4 percent. UBS rated the stock a "Buy." Aryzta climbed 2.0 percent and Geberit gained 1.2 percent. Swisscom also finished higher by 1.0 percent and Sika …
Those being sued are Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase, UBS, Credit Suisse, Morgan Stanley and Bank of America. The lawsuit claims the six banks overcharged investors to borrow shares in companies, particularly for investment strategies …
U.S. stock indexes are attempting to rally from successive bruising ... but this time around it is likely to be undramatic," wrote UBS economists in a note. "We expect [Yellen's] speech to keep to well-trod financial stability topics--some …
U.S. stock indexes are attempting to rally from successive bruising ... but this time around it is likely to be undramatic," wrote UBS economists in a note. "We expect [Yellen's] speech to keep to well-trod financial stability topics--some …
Switzerland’s second-largest bank, along with other rivals including UBS Group AG and Julius Baer, is struggling with muted client activity as the very wealthy hold more cash than was traditionally the case, amid fears that valuations …
The two factions represent the ongoing tug-of-war taking place under the surface of the stock, which has surged 93% in 2017 ... as well as above-industry growth …
(NASDAQ:FINL) received a $17.00 price target from stock analysts at Jefferies Group LLC in a report released on Sunday. Other hedge funds have also added to …
Equities research analysts at UBS AG assumed coverage on shares of Johnson …
UBS Group AG reduced its position in Pebblebrook Hotel Trust (NYSE:PEB) by …