Concerns about privacy rules hit Swiss banks (Reuters)

A U.S. flag flutters in front of the UBS building on Park Avenue in New York, February 19, 2009. (Chip East/Reuters)Reuters – Shares in Swiss banks dived on Friday amid concern the country’s once strict privacy rules are being weakened by a U.S. tax probe into UBS, potentially damaging the country’s wealth management industry.

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