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UBS Group AG (UBSG.SW)

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14.34-0.30 (-2.02%)
At close: 5:31PM CEST
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Previous close14.64
Open14.75
Bid14.34 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's range14.28 - 14.75
52-week range9.65 - 15.23
Volume31,158,582
Avg. volume10,955,321
Market cap50.522B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.17
PE ratio (TTM)8.71
EPS (TTM)1.65
Earnings date20 Jul 2021
Forward dividend & yield0.34 (2.34%)
Ex-dividend date13 Apr 2021
1y target est17.63
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  • Archegos fallout shows big banks need to be resilient, Swiss cenbank says
    Reuters

    Archegos fallout shows big banks need to be resilient, Swiss cenbank says

    Losses from exposure to U.S.-based investment firm Archegos have demonstrated the need for "too big to fail" capital requirements to ensure adequate resilience at Credit Suisse and UBS, the Swiss National Bank (SNB) said on Thursday. "This incident demonstrates that banks are exposed to significant risks that are not necessarily related to macroeconomic or system-wide financial shocks but may nevertheless lead to large losses," the central bank said in its 2021 financial stability report. The SNB noted both banks, "but in particular Credit Suisse", had suffered large losses.