UBS Group AG (UBS)

16.80
0.18 1.10
NYSE : Financial
Prev Close 16.62
Open 16.69
Day Low/High 16.68 / 16.81
52 Wk Low/High 11.93 / 17.44
Volume 330.02K
Avg Volume 2.16M
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 3.71B
Market Cap 61.14B
EPS 0.90
P/E Ratio 9.80
Div & Yield 1.21 (7.30%)

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Bullish and Bearish Reversals for This Week

Bullish and Bearish Reversals for This Week

Financial names populate the bullish side.

Week Ahead: Earnings Come in Thick and Fast in a Middling First-Quarter Reporting Season

Week Ahead: Earnings Come in Thick and Fast in a Middling First-Quarter Reporting Season

Full-steam ahead for earnings season in the coming week as a range of industry leaders across a swath of sectors release their recent quarterly performances.

UBS Fined $2 Million by Swiss Stock Exchange for Late Regulatory Filing

UBS Fined $2 Million by Swiss Stock Exchange for Late Regulatory Filing

SIX said that UBS told the media of plans to change its investment strategy before telling regulators.

Mosaic, UBS, Manitowoc, Amtrust Financial Services: 'Mad Money' Lightning Round

Mosaic, UBS, Manitowoc, Amtrust Financial Services: 'Mad Money' Lightning Round

Jim Cramer is bullish on Mosaic and UBS; but he's bearish on Amtrust Financial and General Mills.

Politics, Doubts Confound Jittery Stocks: Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap (Thursday 4/13/17)

Politics, Doubts Confound Jittery Stocks: Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap (Thursday 4/13/17)

Even bank trees fell in the stock market woods, and no one seemed to hear the good earnings news, says Jim Cramer.

Here's How South Africa Lost its Rep as a Stock-Market Darling

Here's How South Africa Lost its Rep as a Stock-Market Darling

Ever since Apartheid ended in 1994, South Africa's government has maintained a healthy respect for separation of government and business. Now, investors fear, that might be changing.

South Africa Loses Image as Stock-Market Darling as Zuma Digs In

South Africa Loses Image as Stock-Market Darling as Zuma Digs In

Ever since Apartheid ended in 1994, South Africa's government has maintained a healthy respect for separation of government and business. Now, investors fear, that might be changing.

World's Largest Pension Fund to Add Alternative Investments

World's Largest Pension Fund to Add Alternative Investments

Japan's GPIF today begins fielding applications to manage private equity, infrastructure and real-estate exposure as part of its $1.3 trillion in assets.

Rent The Runway Foundation And UBS Announce Winners Of Project Entrepreneur 2017 Venture Competition

Rent The Runway Foundation And UBS Announce Winners Of Project Entrepreneur 2017 Venture Competition

Rent the Runway Foundation and UBS have announced the winners of the second annual Project Entrepreneur (PE) venture competition.

World's Largest Pension Fund Starts Search for Alternative Investments

World's Largest Pension Fund Starts Search for Alternative Investments

Japan's GPIF today begins fielding applications to manage private equity, infrastructure and real-estate exposure as part of its $1.3 trillion in assets.

UBS Asset Management Enhances Separately Managed Accounts Multi-Asset Portfolios Offering

UBS Asset Management Enhances Separately Managed Accounts Multi-Asset Portfolios Offering

UBS Asset Management (Americas) Inc. (NYSE:UBS) enhanced its lineup of separately managed account UBS Multi Asset Portfolios (MAPs) available to US and certain offshore investors through its Private Wealth Solutions program.

Carney to Banks: Be Prepared For Brexit

Carney to Banks: Be Prepared For Brexit

The governor of Britain's central bank warns failure to reach a Brexit deal on financial services is a possibility. He wants all cross-border institutions to be prepared for the worst.

UBS Declares Coupon Payments On 19 ETRACS Exchange Traded Notes

UBS Declares Coupon Payments On 19 ETRACS Exchange Traded Notes

UBS Investment Bank today announced coupon payments for 19 ETRACS Exchange Traded Notes (the "ETNs"), all traded on the NYSE Arca.

The Art Basel And UBS Global Art Market Report: Key Findings

The Art Basel And UBS Global Art Market Report: Key Findings

Art Basel and UBS today launched the first Art Basel and UBS Global Art Market Report.

Rent The Runway Foundation And UBS Announce Finalists For Year Two Of Project Entrepreneur

Rent The Runway Foundation And UBS Announce Finalists For Year Two Of Project Entrepreneur

Rent the Runway Foundation and UBS today announced the 200 female-founded startups that have been selected to participate in the second annual Project Entrepreneur Intensive in New York City on April 7-8, 2017.

European Banks Get 'Draghi Boost' After ECB President's Policy Hints

European Banks Get 'Draghi Boost' After ECB President's Policy Hints

European bank stocks rose firmly across the board Friday, taking a key index close to multi-year highs, following a surprisingly hawkish tone from European Central Bank President Mario Draghi.

This Impact Fund Is Investing in Companies With Women in Senior Leadership Positions

This Impact Fund Is Investing in Companies With Women in Senior Leadership Positions

Rethink Impact is investing in a host of companies with women in senior leadership positions.

UBS Wealth Management Americas Partners With Rethink Impact To Contribute To Raising Industry's Largest1 Impact Investing Fund With Gender Lens Overlay

UBS Wealth Management Americas Partners With Rethink Impact To Contribute To Raising Industry's Largest1 Impact Investing Fund With Gender Lens Overlay

UBS Wealth Management Americas partnered with Rethink Impact, a venture capital fund, to contribute to raising $110+million, more than half of which came from UBS clients, including high net worth individuals, family...

UBS Considering Refusing DoJ Settlement Like Barclays

UBS Considering Refusing DoJ Settlement Like Barclays

Barclays was the first bank to not settle a fine with the DoJ over allegations of missold mortgage bonds.

Deutsche Bank May Open the Way for Cash Raising by European Banks

Deutsche Bank May Open the Way for Cash Raising by European Banks

Deutsche Bank's $8.5 billion cash call is raising questions as to who else may tap markets.

Deutsche Bank May Open the Way for Cash Raising by European Banks

Deutsche Bank May Open the Way for Cash Raising by European Banks

Deutsche Bank's $8.5 billion cash call is raising questions as to who else may tap markets.

UBS Declares Coupon Payments On Ten Monthly Pay ETRACS Exchange Traded Notes

UBS Declares Coupon Payments On Ten Monthly Pay ETRACS Exchange Traded Notes

UBS Investment Bank today announced coupon payments for ten ETRACS Exchange Traded Notes (the "ETNs"), all traded on the NYSE Arca.

Toshiba Shares Ease as 'Fire Sale' Concerns Persist Amid Power Meter Unit Divestment

Toshiba Shares Ease as 'Fire Sale' Concerns Persist Amid Power Meter Unit Divestment

Toshiba stock fell in Tokyo Friday as investors braced for a possible fire sale of assets that risks cannibalizing the embattled company's future earnings capacity.

Even Jobless, Fiery Analyst Mike Mayo Won't Stop Badgering Banks

Even Jobless, Fiery Analyst Mike Mayo Won't Stop Badgering Banks

Mike Mayo, who has pestered CEOs of banks like Citigroup and Comerica for decades, lost his job Monday in a restructuring of his firm. He promises he's not going away.

AT&T, General Electric, Charles Schwab Are Rocket Stocks

AT&T, General Electric, Charles Schwab Are Rocket Stocks

This large-cap rally isn't fizzling out -- it's heating up.

These 5 Blue Chips Are Breaking Out: GE, AT&T and More

These 5 Blue Chips Are Breaking Out: GE, AT&T and More

This large-cap rally isn't fizzling out -- it's heating up.

UBS Stock Soars on Dismissal of Enron Lawsuit

UBS Stock Soars on Dismissal of Enron Lawsuit

The decision could end a 15-year legal battle originating from Enron's December 2001 bankruptcy.

Deutsche Bank Is Losing Ground in Trading While JPMorgan Thrives

Deutsche Bank Is Losing Ground in Trading While JPMorgan Thrives

Deutsche Bank's negotiations with U.S. prosecutors last year over alleged mortgage misdeeds rattled investors, leading many of the German lender's trading partners to defect -- apparently to American rivals.