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UBS completes takeover of Credit Suisse to form Swiss banking behemoth


The merger was finalised just under three months after a rapid agreement brokered by the Swiss government. Meanwhile, European leaders are exerting pressure on Tunisia to accept a $1.9 billion IMF bailout. In other news, financier George Soros is transferring control of his $25 billion empire to his 37-year-old son.

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