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UBS Group AG (UBS)

NYSE - NYSE Delayed price. Currency in USD
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28.73-0.39 (-1.34%)
At close: 04:01PM EDT
28.92 +0.19 (+0.66%)
After hours: 07:44PM EDT
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Previous close29.12
Bid0.00 x 4000
Ask0.00 x 3000
Day's range28.68 - 29.18
52-week range18.71 - 32.13
Avg. volume2,876,603
Market cap92.921B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.01
PE ratio (TTM)3.40
EPS (TTM)8.45
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.35 (1.22%)
Ex-dividend date30 Apr 2024
1y target est33.35
  • Reuters

    Finance minister: Capital requirements will slow UBS growth

    The Swiss government's proposed tougher capital requirements for the banking industry will impact UBS's ability to grow, the country's finance minister said in an interview published on Saturday. Switzerland's largest bank will have to hold more capital if the regulatory package, announced on Wednesday to prevent a repeat of the collapse of Credit Suisse, is implemented, Karin Keller-Sutter told Aargauer Zeitung.

  • Business Wire

    UBS Private Wealth Management hires Regina Bronson and Alex Gitomer in New York City

    NEW YORK, April 12, 2024--UBS Private Wealth Management today announced that Regina Bronson and Alex Gitomer will be joining the firm as Managing Directors and Private Wealth Advisors in New York City. Regina and Alex will also be joined by Senior Wealth Strategy Associates Christina Brown and Hilary Stock.

  • Reuters

    UBS could need $10 billion-$15 billion in extra capital to meet new Swiss rules, analyst says

    UBS might need to retain $10 billion to $15 billion in excess capital after Switzerland's government this week laid out plans for tougher capital requirements for the enlarged lender, Autonomous Research estimated on Thursday. In its base case, UBS would need 200 to 300 basis points more in common equity tier 1 ratio (CET1 ratio), a measure of a bank's resilience, which "would require the retention of around $10-15 billion incremental CET1 capital in coming years," banks analyst Stefan Stalmann wrote in a note to clients. In a worse case "headwind", UBS would face up to 700 basis points more for its CET1 ratio, Stalmann said, although he cautioned that his estimates were based in part on guesswork because the Swiss government had not quantified the extra capital it believed the enlarged UBS would need to hold.