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Swiss banking giant UBS has predicted the winner of the World Cup 2018 — and England is set to do better than expected
Bad news for Panama, Egypt, Tunisia, Costa Rica, and Saudi Arabia, all of whom have literally zero chance of being crowned champions, the bank's analysts say.
On June 10, a vote will be held to ask if Swiss citizens back the introduction of a concept known as the sovereign money initiative, proposed by a group called the Vollgeld Initiative. The sovereign money initiative boils down to a change in what is actually recognised as money, and what is not.
UBS: One of the biggest expected benefits of a North and South Korea peace deal could fail to materialise
After recent peace talks, the possibility of economic liberalisation and expansion in North Korea has been mooted by many pundits.UBS economist Li Zeng, however, believes there is limited upside to North Korea (and wider Asia's) economy in the near term.
Sainsbury’s is buying Asda from Walmart in a $10 billion deal — but an analyst warned it could ‘unravel acrimoniously’
Asda is valued at £7.3 billion ($10 billion) on a debt-free basis. Sainsbury's will buy the bulk of shares from Walmart for £2.9 billion ($3.9 billion) and Walmart will receive a 42% share of the combined businesses.
UBS investment bankers were given a target of 300 client meetings a year to boost business — and it seems to be working
The investment bank did better than expected in the first quarter thanks to the return of volatility.
Local unemployment rates reveal a surprising amount about what’s going on in the economy — and they’re hinting at a boom in manufact...
UBS looked at changes in county unemployment rates across the US, and that local data illustrated some bigger trends.
Tim Cook frequently says he’s ‘bullish’ on China, but one analyst now says it’s ‘doubtful’ that Apple can make a c...
China is Apple's second biggest market after North America.
Global developed economy growth looks to have slowed sharply at the start of 2018, according to UBS.
Stocks have swung wildly on developments around tariffs the US and China have proposed against each other.
The market for so-called impact investing needs derivatives, UBS Chairman Axel Weber said.