Offbeat: UBS will raise its dividend by 10% for 2022

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Le dividence du numéro un du secteur bancaire helvétique sera porté à 0,55 dollars par action en 2022, contre 0,51 prévu auparavant. © supplied by Tribune The dividence of the number one in the Swiss banking sector will be increased to $ 0.55 per share in 2022, against 0.51 previously planned.

This is an announcement that UBS did not justify. In a brief press release published this Tuesday, September 13, the number one in the Swiss banking sector said it raises its 10%dividend. It will thus be increased to $ 0.55 per share in 2022, against 0.51 previously planned.

The dividend for 2022 will be subject to shareholders at the annual general meeting which will be held next year. UBS will then provide more details on yields for the following year when it was published in its fourth quarter results, the bank specifies.

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effort an abandoned buyout without explanation either

This announcement comes a few days after the abandonment of his wealthfront buyout project. On September 2, UBS said that she was giving up acquiring this Californian company for $ 1.4 billion. An acquisition through which it hoped to accelerate its breakthrough in new technologies for banking services in the United States. And strengthen in particular with the so -called "millennial" generation and the Z generation, very fond of online services rather than traditional banking services.

UBS did not give any explanation concerning this decision, observes Andreas Venditti, analyst at Vontobel, in a stock market commentary, which wonders why the bank put an end to this merger project. Instead, the number one in the Swiss banking sector will acquire Wealthfront's convertible actions for $ 69.7 million.

The action of the Swiss bank UBS fell after this abandonment. After losing up to 2.53% in the first exchanges on Monday, September 5, she caught up part of her losses. At 9:00 am GMT, it fell 1.67% to 15.33 Swiss francs, against a 1.36% drop in SMI, the reference index of the Swiss Stock Exchange. She has since dressed up to 16.12 Swiss francs at the end this Monday, September 12.

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