UBS - UBS Group AG

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
11.88
-0.36 (-2.94%)
At close: 4:02PM EDT
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Previous Close12.24
Open12.05
Bid11.53 x 40700
Ask12.37 x 800
Day's Range11.88 - 12.07
52 Week Range11.60 - 17.78
Volume7,156,626
Avg. Volume3,029,383
Market Cap43.724B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.05
PE Ratio (TTM)10.11
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.70 (5.73%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-05-08
1y Target EstN/A
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  • GuruFocus.comyesterday

    Stocks That Fell to 3-Year Lows in the Week of March 22

    UBS Group AG (UBS), AutoNation Inc. (AN), Mednax Inc. (MD) and Amdocs Ltd. (DOX) have declined to three-year lows. The price of UBS Group shares declined to $11.88 on March 22, which is only 2.3% above the three-year low of $11.61. UBS is a Swiss investment bank and financial services company.

  • UBS Group (UBS) CEO Warns Investors of Lower Revenues in Q1
    Zacks2 days ago

    UBS Group (UBS) CEO Warns Investors of Lower Revenues in Q1

    UBS Group (UBS) is making efforts to cut an additional $300 million of costs in 2019 to offset the impact of muted revenues in the investment banking division.

  • UBS Group Penalized for Improper Transaction Reporting by FCA
    Zacks3 days ago

    UBS Group Penalized for Improper Transaction Reporting by FCA

    UBS Group (UBS) is required to pay penalty to Financial Conduct Authority for failing to provide proper information of about 135.8 million transactions for about a decade.

  • CNBC3 days ago

    Stocks making the biggest moves midday: FedEx, Viacom, Tencent Music

    Check out the companies making headlines midday Wednesday:FedEx FDX — Shares of FedEx dropped 5.14 percent after the company reported lower-than-expected third-quarter earnings and reduced its earnings outlook for fiscal year 2019.

  • The Wall Street Journal4 days ago

    [$$] UBS Head Warns of Tough First Quarter

    UBS Group Chief Executive Sergio Ermotti warned of a weak start to the year for the bank’s investment-banking and wealth-management units, citing “one of the worst first-quarter environments in recent ...

  • CNBC4 days ago

    A growing list of companies from FedEx to BMW are warning about the world economy

    Executives at FedEx, BMW, UBS and others are describing bleak macro-economic conditions around the world this week, which they say are weighing on business. The head of UBS says it was “one of the worst first-quarter environments in recent history,” while FedEx cited slowing international conditions and weaker global trade growth trends. Fitch Ratings also "quite aggressively cut" its 2019 global forecast this week.

  • UBS sounds pessimistic note on 2019 as first quarter revenues fall
    Reuters4 days ago

    UBS sounds pessimistic note on 2019 as first quarter revenues fall

    UBS is to cut an extra $300 million (227 million pounds) in costs in 2019 after investment banking revenues plunged in the first quarter, Switzerland's biggest bank said, sounding a pessimistic note about full-year prospects. Chief Executive Sergio Ermotti, who outlined the cost cuts in a speech to a London investment conference on Wednesday, said investment banking conditions were among the toughest in years, especially outside the United States. The bank confirmed that Ermotti's comments related to the bank's group-level return on capital and cost-income goals.

  • CNBC4 days ago

    UBS CEO says this is one of the worst first-quarter environments in history

    Sergio Ermotti said investment banking revenues were down about a third compared to the euphoric first quarter that kicked off 2018.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    UBS to cut deeper into 2019 costs as first-quarter revenues slide

    Swiss bank UBS is cutting an extra $300 million from 2019 costs after investment banking revenues plunged and wealth management remained under pressure in the first quarter, its chief executive told a conference in London on Wednesday. Calling investment banking conditions among the toughest seen in years, especially outside the United States, Sergio Ermotti said investment banking revenues were down about a third compared to the euphoric first quarter that kicked off 2018. The investment bank now expects to achieve mid-single-digit adjusted returns on attributed equity for the first quarter, compared to its 15 percent target over the 2019-2021 period and 12.9 percent achieved in 2018.

  • UK markets watchdog fines UBS 27.6 million pounds for reporting failures
    Reuters5 days ago

    UK markets watchdog fines UBS 27.6 million pounds for reporting failures

    Britain's markets watchdog said on Tuesday it had fined Swiss bank UBS a record 27.6 million pounds for failing to report 136 million transactions properly for nearly a decade in a repeat offence. The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) said the failings cover reports between November 2007 and May 2017. "If firms cannot report their transactions accurately, fundamental risks arise, including the risk that market abuse may be hidden," said Mark Steward, the FCA's executive director of enforcement.

  • UBS Fined $37 Million by U.K. for Decade of Reporting Errors
    Bloomberg5 days ago

    UBS Fined $37 Million by U.K. for Decade of Reporting Errors

    UBS didn’t provide complete and accurate information in connection with about 87 million reportable transactions, and filed reports on another 49 million that weren’t required, the Financial Conduct Authority said in a statement on Tuesday. “Firms must have proper systems and controls to identify what transactions they have carried out, on what markets, at what price, in what quantity and with whom," FCA Executive-Director for Enforcement and Market Oversight Mark Steward said.

  • UBS Group AG (UBS) Increases Legal Provisions by $382 Million
    Zacks6 days ago

    UBS Group AG (UBS) Increases Legal Provisions by $382 Million

    Swiss bank UBS Group AG (UBS) increases litigation provisions by about $382 million, impacting the bank's financials.

  • The Wall Street Journal8 days ago

    [$$] Hong Kong Must Give Critical Voices Freer Rein

    Hong Kong’s market regulator has taken out the big stick against four global investment banks for cutting corners on IPOs. The Securities and Futures Commission late Thursday slapped fines totaling US$100 million on Bank of America, Morgan Stanley, Standard Chartered and UBS Group for due-diligence lapses as sponsors in the IPOs of some mainland Chinese companies.

  • Reuters8 days ago

    Deja vu: UBS tax case dredges up Swiss bank nightmares

    A Swiss court will decide within weeks whether UBS must hand over historical client data to French tax authorities, a ruling that could open the door to fresh financial claims against Switzerland's banks. Although Switzerland exchanges bank account data on current clients with dozens of countries to crack down on cross-border tax cheats, court cases such as UBS's row with France over client tax avoidance are exposing potentially expensive legacy issues in Europe. The Swiss supreme court's ruling could set a precedent whereby other Swiss banks have to hand over confidential historical data to foreign tax authorities that demand it.

  • TheStreet.com9 days ago

    Hong Kong Stock Watchdog Slaps 4 Major Banks for Shoddy Work

    Hong Kong's securities watchdog has punished four of the world's largest investment banks for not doing their jobs properly when arranging stock offerings in the city. for their roles as sponsors underwriting new listings on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. Specifically, it outlined a litany of faults concerning a lack of fact checking and due diligence in preparing the stock offerings of the logging company China Forestry Holdings in 2009 and chemicals manufacturer Tianhe Chemicals Group in 2014.

  • Reuters9 days ago

    Deja vu - UBS tax case dredges up Swiss bank nightmares

    A Swiss court will decide within weeks whether UBS must hand over historical client data to French tax authorities, a ruling that could open the door to fresh financial claims against Switzerland's banks. Although Switzerland exchanges bank account data on current clients with dozens of countries to crack down on cross-border tax cheats, court cases such as UBS's row with France over client tax avoidance are exposing potentially expensive legacy issues in Europe. The Swiss supreme court's ruling could set a precedent whereby other Swiss banks have to hand over confidential historical data to foreign tax authorities that demand it.

  • Financial Times9 days ago

    [$$] UBS boosts French tax evasion provisions to $516m

    has boosted its litigation provisions by $382m following last month’s record €4.5bn French penalty for helping rich clients evade paying tax last month. The fine, the largest for any tax case in French history, would wipe out a year’s profit if upheld. “In light of the first judgment and considering the full range of potential final decisions, the provision on our balance sheet reflects our best estimate of possible financial implications,” chief executive Sergio Ermotti and chairman Axel Weber wrote in the bank’s 2018 annual report released on Friday.

  • UBS sets aside 450 million euros for French tax case
    Reuters9 days ago

    UBS sets aside 450 million euros for French tax case

    Switzerland's biggest bank, UBS, on Friday reported a nearly $400 million boost to its litigation provisions after a French court slapped it with a 4.5 billion euro (£3.8 billion) penalty last month. UBS, which is appealing against the decision and has said it expects an appeals court to "correct the mistakes" of the prior ruling, has now set aside a total 450 million euros (£390 million) to address the charges of illicitly soliciting cross-border clients and laundering the proceeds of tax fraud.

  • The Wall Street Journal9 days ago

    [$$] UBS Sets Aside $516M For French Tax Case

    Group AG (UBS) has taken $516 million in provision for a tax case in which French judges ordered the bank to pay a hefty fine for helping wealthy clients in France evade taxes. Last month the bank confirmed its dividend after French judges ordered it to pay a 3.7 billion euro ($4.19 billion) fine, as well as EUR800 million in damages to the French government for lost tax revenue.

  • The Wall Street Journal9 days ago

    [$$] Big Banks Fined $100 Million for Hong Kong IPO Failures

    Hong Kong’s market regulator banned UBS Group AG from the most senior role on initial public offerings for a year, fining the Swiss bank and three rivals 786.7 million Hong Kong dollars (US$100.2 million) in total for cutting corners on IPOs. On Thursday, the Securities and Futures Commission fined UBS HK$375 million for due diligence failures in its role overseeing the 2009 listing of China Forestry Holdings Co., the 2014 debut of Tianhe Chemicals Group Ltd. and another IPO that wasn’t specified.

  • Reuters9 days ago

    HK suspends UBS sponsor licence, fines it and others $100 mln for IPO failures

    Hong Kong's securities regulator banned UBS from leading initial public offerings (IPOs) in the city for a year, while fining it and rivals including Morgan Stanley a combined $100 million for due diligence failures on a series of IPOs. The Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) on Thursday fined Swiss giant UBS HK$375 million ($48 million). It fined Morgan Stanley HK$224 million, Merrill Lynch HK$128 million and Standard Chartered (StanChart) HK$59.7 million, all for failures when sponsoring, or leading, IPOs.

  • Reuters9 days ago

    HK suspends UBS sponsor license, fines it and others $100 million for IPO failures

    Hong Kong's securities regulator banned UBS from leading initial public offerings (IPOs) in the city for a year, while fining it and rivals including Morgan Stanley a combined $100 million for due diligence failures on a series of IPOs. The Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) on Thursday fined Swiss giant UBS HK$375 million ($48 million). It fined Morgan Stanley HK$224 million, Merrill Lynch HK$128 million and Standard Chartered (StanChart) HK$59.7 million, all for failures when sponsoring, or leading, IPOs.