UBS Group AG (UBS)


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13.57+0.14 (+1.04%)
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Open13.50
Prev Close13.43
Bid13.57 x 30300
Ask13.58 x 20100
Day's Range13.39 - 13.59
52wk Range11.93 - 20.70
1y Target EstN/A
Market Cap50.63B
P/E Ratio (ttm)10.67
Beta1.09
Volume1,312,073
Avg Vol (3m)2,323,985
Dividend & Yield0.88 (6.52%)
Earnings DateN/A
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    RAOUL PAL: 'It's not a big storm yet, but the clouds are everywhere'

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  • Benzinga9 hours ago

    Lack Of Supervision At UBS Leads To $15 Million SEC Fine

    The Securities Exchange Commission disclosed that UBS Group AG (NYSE: UBS ) agreed to pay over $15 million for its failure to educate and train its sales force adequately. This included key aspects of ...

  • Reuters10 hours ago

    SEC says UBS to pay $15 million over sales practices

    UBS Group AG (UBSG.S) has agreed to pay more than $15 million to settle U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission charges that its failure to properly train brokers led to customers buying hundreds of millions of dollars of unsuitable securities. The SEC said on Wednesday that UBS from 2011 to 2014 sold about $548 million of "reverse convertible notes," derivatives tied to individual stocks, to more than 8,700 retail customers who were relatively inexperienced and unsophisticated. "UBS dropped the ball," SEC enforcement chief Andrew Ceresney said in a statement.