• We are honored to be named 'Best Overall Asia Private Bank' at the WealthBriefingAsia Awards 2020. A big thank you to @WBAsia for the recognition, and to our partners and clients for their continuous trust and support. Find out more: Link #shareUBS https://t.co/bE1GfKALEo
    UBS Tue 02 Jun 2020 04:32

    The full list of the winners of this year's awards - congratulations to all involved.

    WealthBriefingAsia can now reveal the list of winners of its Asia region awards for 2020. A gala dinner will be held on 5 November at the Westin Singapore and the publishers of this news service look forward to hosting the event.  For more details about the event, such as categories and key dates, click here.  The winners:

    Private Banking Category (Pan Asia) Best Overall Asia Private Bank UBS

    Private Banking Categories (South East Asia)

    Best South-East Asia Private Bank Citi Private Bank

    Best UHNW Team BNP Paribas Wealth Management

    Best Pure Play Private Bank Lombard Odier

    Best Boutique Private Bank Union Bancaire Privee

    Best Private Bank – Client Services Lombard Odier

    Best Private Bank – Investment Management Platform Indosuez Wealth Management

    Private Bank – Best Credit Provider BNP Paribas Wealth...

  • With the travel restriction in place, it’s not a surprise that tourist spending across Europe in April was down. All countries see at least 95% decline, but 3 countries are experiencing 100% decline. Find out which. #UBSResearch #shareUBS
    UBS Sun 31 May 2020 06:00
  • As the Chinese economy gradually gets back to normal, some industries are bouncing back faster than others. While retail sales are still on a decline, property investments has bounced back by 7%. What other industries are bouncing back? Find out more. #UBSResearch #shareUBS
    UBS Thu 28 May 2020 14:32
  • Für wen eignet sich eigentlich die SARON Hypothek? Die Antwort zu dieser Frage und mehr über die Vorteile von SARON erfahren Sie im Video: Link https://t.co/4P0xehIfXx
    UBS Thu 28 May 2020 14:32

    Der SARON (Swiss Average Rate Overnight) existiert seit 2009 und wird auf Basis von abgeschlossenen Transaktionen und verbindlichen Quotes (Kauf- und Verkaufspreise) im Schweizer Geldmarkt berechnet.

    Die Berechnungsmethodik wurde von der SIX Group AG (SIX) in Zusammenarbeit mit der Schweizer Nationalbank (SNB) entwickelt. Der SARON ist öffentlich einsehbar, robust und erfüllt die Anforderungen internationaler Benchmark-Standards. Er wird jeweils täglich direkt nach Handelsschluss (18:00 Uhr UTC) von der SIX, welche die Infrastruktur für den Schweizer Finanzplatz betreibt, berechnet und publiziert (Link) .

  • We are proud of the fact that so many sustainability-minded entrepreneurs have chosen us as their bank. See how we’re supporting them. #shareUBS
    UBS Mon 25 May 2020 13:04
  • What will the world look like after COVID-19? We think that the post-crisis world will be more indebted, less global, and more digital. Explore how investors can position their portfolios: Link #shareUBS
    UBS Sun 24 May 2020 12:03

    We think that the post-crisis world will be more indebted, less global, and more digital. Investors will need to contend with higher taxation, financial repression, and moderately higher inflation, along with populism and protectionism, while navigating the transitions from global to local supply chains, and from physical to digital.

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    UBS Fri 22 May 2020 20:27

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  • Which US cities have seen the biggest slowdown in housing prices? #UBSEvidenceLab's data provides an early read on the market in areas with a high incidence of Covid-19. See more here: Link #shareUBS https://t.co/5HN7xnvazT
    UBS Fri 22 May 2020 15:16
    Housing price growth in major US metro areas has slowed since the beginning of the year, particularly in New York – from almost ~7% y/y to less than 1% (as of April 4). In Dallas, prices have been falling and are now down ~2% y/y. Inventories have been falling for months, but the year-over-year change has decelerated sharply since mid-March. The decline in inventories suggests there are fewer listings on the market. Home prices are now flat y/y after rising for the past 12 months.
  • Diversity must exist in an industry’s current practices. It also has to be big part of their future. See how we’re working with younger generations to change the face of finance, one girl at a time. #shareUBS
    UBS Fri 22 May 2020 08:01
  • As the pandemic reveals supply chain vulnerabilities, there is increased pressure for supply chain decoupling. #UBSEvidenceLab survey suggests no mad rush out of China now. We nevertheless see downward risk on domestic investment: Link #shareUBS #UBSResearch
    UBS Fri 22 May 2020 06:01

    As the pandemic reveals some supply chain vulnerability, there is increased pressures for supply chain decoupling. UBS Evidence Lab CFO survey suggests no mad rush out of China now. We nevertheless see downward risk on domestic investment.

  • Not sure how the world will look after COVID-19? Or how it will impact markets and investments? Visit our website for our scenario and how investors can position their portfolios: Link #shareUBS https://t.co/XsiWpwwbMS
    UBS Thu 21 May 2020 14:00

    We think that the post-crisis world will be more indebted, less global, and more digital. Investors will need to contend with higher taxation, financial repression, and moderately higher inflation, along with populism and protectionism, while navigating the transitions from global to local supply chains, and from physical to digital.

  • Will our everyday lives become more digital? In his third (and final) video about the world after COVID-19 Paul Donovan, UBS GWM Chief Economist, tells us why this may be the case: Link #shareUBS
    UBS Thu 21 May 2020 11:05

    We think that the post-crisis world will be more indebted, less global, and more digital. Investors will need to contend with higher taxation, financial repression, and moderately higher inflation, along with populism and protectionism, while navigating the transitions from global to local supply chains, and from physical to digital.

  • The COVID-19 situation has provided an uplift for online groceries and food deliveries. What if this sustains even after the pandemic is over? Find out from our #UBSResearch analysts: Link #shareUBS https://t.co/VBZXvYFMcZ
    UBS Wed 20 May 2020 06:04

    European Food Retailer sector has been supported by a spike in demand for food at home since the COVID-19 outbreak, with Nielsen data showing rising sales growth from March-April in France. The online channel has seen the strongest uptick.

  • A well-educated society is a well-prepared society. Let’s make sure tomorrow’s leaders have the tools they need. Learn how we’re working to promote long-lasting quality education. #shareUBS
    UBS Tue 19 May 2020 15:04
  • From 2008-2017, 89% of countries did a population and housing census. But to help developing countries, we need clearer information on their population, health and economy. Improving data is part of @UN #SDG17 and we want to help. Source: UN @thetogetherband #shareUBS
    UBS Tue 19 May 2020 12:03
  • Paul Donovan, UBS GWM Chief Economist, is back with his second video in the series "Economic life after COVID-19?". Today he talks about why we see a less global world after the crisis: Link #shareUBS
    UBS Mon 18 May 2020 16:03

    We think that the post-crisis world will be more indebted, less global, and more digital. Investors will need to contend with higher taxation, financial repression, and moderately higher inflation, along with populism and protectionism, while navigating the transitions from global to local supply chains, and from physical to digital.

  • Investors are thinking about what the pandemic means for the society and the economy. Undoubtedly, the pandemic will change the way investors invest. Find out how from @huwsteenis, Chair of UBS's Sustainable Finance Steering Committee. #shareUBS https://t.co/A8fdW39VwJ
    UBS Mon 18 May 2020 09:02
  • Is China getting back to normal? We look at traffic congestion as a measure of movement and economic activity. Sign up for the latest insights as countries reopen here: Link #shareUBS #UBSEvidenceLab https://t.co/0on1ACHJ4C
    UBS Mon 18 May 2020 02:27

    China migration and traffic congestion data shows an acceleration after the May holiday period (Baidu has stopped providing migration data as of 6 May, but traffic congestion is another way to look at whether activity is recovering).

  • Where is COVID-19 still top of mind? We use Google search data to show where interest is rising and falling around the world. Sign up here https://t.co/wr3bBKDrSc for the latest insights as countries reopen. #shareUBS #UBSEvidenceLab Link
    UBS Sat 16 May 2020 13:41

    Google searches for COVID-19 have tended to increase or decrease ahead of changes in the number of daily reported cases. Search interest has lately been declining around the world.

  • RT @Monocle24: The Big Interview: The Chiefs Edition: UBS CEO Sergio Ermotti joins Monocle’s editor in chief, Tyler Brûlé https://t.co/S1Qt…
    UBS Sat 16 May 2020 12:51
  • Trade tariffs are decreasing – they fell to an average of 2.2% worldwide in 2017. But the situation is still unfair on developing countries. It’s something the @UN monitors through #SDG17, a goal we're proud to support with #TOGETHERBAND. Source: UN @thetogetherband #shareUBS
    UBS Sat 16 May 2020 08:00
  • What is the impact of COVID-19 on different industries? Get your insights from #UBSResearch analysts globally. #shareUBS
    UBS Sat 16 May 2020 06:00
  • 1/3 of global consumption growth comes from Chinese consumers. Domestic consumption in China now accounts for nearly 70% of its GDP growth. This creates exciting investment opportunities – find out more here: Link #UBSgcc #shareUBS https://t.co/fNtv9h0fXr
    UBS Sat 16 May 2020 01:00
  • “In the upcoming election, I think North Carolina will decide who the President will be and importantly, who controls the Senate." Amy Walter, national editor at the Cook Political Report, spoke to Seth Carpenter, UBS Chief US Economist, at UBS webinar. #shareUBS https://t.co/vu4OfUdDQp
    UBS Fri 15 May 2020 21:30
  • RT @UBSglobalart: What is the future of the #ArtMarket? Join our #LIVE conversation, in partnership with @ArtBasel, which brings together a…
    UBS Fri 15 May 2020 20:30
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