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Rogue Trader Arrested In Swiss Bank UBS Scandal

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Switzerland's largest bank UBS blames a rogue trader for a $2 billion loss involving unauthorized trades. London police arrested a 31-year-old man in connection with the alleged fraud. Megan Murphy, the banking correspondent for the Financial Times, talks to David Greene about whether the bank will be able to recover.
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