UBS Set to Resolve Some Cases in Foreseeable Future

   Oct. 28 (Bloomberg) -- UBS AG Chief Executive Officer Sergio Ermotti said the bank may be able to resolve some of its legal cases in the "foreseeable future." He spoke with Bloomberg Television's Caroline Hyde in Zurich after setting aside 1.84 billion Swiss francs ($1.94 billion) for litigation costs as the lender prepares to settle probes into alleged currency rigging. (Source: Bloomberg)

Avianca CEO Says Kingsland Suit Has No Merit
06:37 - Hernan Rincon, Avianca Holdings chief executive officer, comments on the company's negotiations with United Continental and the future of airlines in Latin America. He speaks with Bloomberg's Vonnie Quinn on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
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