Financial Biz Cheat Sheet: Transatlantic Holdings Rejects Berkshire Hathaway Bid, UBS Ups Loss Estimate to $2.3 Billion

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Transatlantic Holdings (NYSE:TRH) has announced its receipt of a reinstated offer from Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE:BRK.A) for $52 a share, set to expire at the end of business today. The Transatlantic Board has already rejected the offering, believing its book value to be between $69 and $70 a share.

Credit Suisse (NYSE:CS) has agreed to pay a 150 million-euro penalty in Germany in order to avoid a “complex and prolonged legal dispute” on charges of tax evasion. The settlement will lower its fiscal 2011 net profit forecasts by 4%.

UBS (NYSE:UBS) has boosted its trading loss estimate to $2.3 billion after it was revealed last week that a rogue trader had lost that amount in unauthorized trades.

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