By Elzio Barreto HONG KONG, June 28 (Reuters) - Swiss bank UBS extended its lead in Asia-Pacific stock underwriting during the first half of the year, as its long history of targeting Southeast Asian markets helped it capitalise on a surge in deals in the region. UBS, which has come out on top of Asia-Pacific equity capital market league tables for seven of the past eight years, raked in $120.8 million in estimated fees, more than the combined ...
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