Here's a note of four UBS articles making the news this Monday morning.
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Julius Baer will make a provision for possible settlements with the U.S. authorities over a tax dispute as soon as it knows more about how it is being investigated, Boris Collardi, the chief executive told CNBC.
Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman told Bloomberg Television's Erik Schatzker on "Market Makers" Thursday.
The UK government moved a step closer to selling off its stakes in the bailed-out banks with the appointment of JP Morgan Cazenoze to advise on the possible sell-off of shares in Lloyds Banking Group and Royal Bank of Scotland.
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The Goldman Sachs employee who ran the firm’s mortgage correlation trading desk testified that Fabrice Tourre failed to tell investors about the role of Paulson & Co. in the deal at the center of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s fraud case against him.
Credit Suisse was sued for more than $350m by entities of Highland Capital Management LP who claim it marketed loans for high-end residential communities including the Yellowstone Club in Montana based on unreasonable and deceptive appraisals.
Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs led Wall Street banks in posting a collective 42% increase in equities-trading revenue in the second quarter, the largest jump in more than three years.
HSBC’s London investment banking division is cutting pay by 10 percent and enforcing a two-week unpaid leave for hundreds of workers.
Wall Street firms that bankrolled the debt-fueled U.S. oil boom are putting aside more cash to cover potential energy losses as 'lower for longer' takes its toll.
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