UBS has biggest loss provisions in a decade

The bank has had loss provisions for the first quarter totaling EUR 241 million.

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Swiss bank UBS has had loss provisions totaling EUR 241 million (DKK 1.8 billion) for the first quarter of 2020, which according to Bloomberg News, is the highest amount in a decade.

On Tuesday morning, however, UBS released a budget report emphasizing that the lion's share of the credit exposure is for high quality clients. It also warns of pressure on income streams, however.

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