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  1. Commodities Declined on Loosening Supply Fundamentals

    Commodities declined on loosening supply fundamentals and improving risk appetite for gold.

  2. Podcast on the outlook for key central bank meetings

    After an active 2019 for global monetary policy, three key central banks are expected to wind down the year with policy on hold. But this doesn't mean that meetings of the Federal Reserve, Swiss National Bank and European Central Bank should be ignored, Credit Suisse's chief economist Oliver Adler said in a podcast. The Swiss confront the realities of negative interest rates over a long period, while the ECB policy meeting will be Christine Lagarde's first since becoming the bank's president last month. The Fed enjoys a more favorable economic backdrop with solid growth and low unemployment, but faces political pressures.

  3. Investor Day 2019

  4. 2019 Credit Suisse Worry Barometer: Retirement provision remains the top concern, confidence in institutions down sharply

    Credit Suisse publishes the results of its latest survey of the Swiss on worries, trust and identity

  5. Credit Suisse Announces Coupon Payments and Expected Coupon Payments on Credit Suisse X-Links® Exchange Traded Notes (the "ETNs")

    On December 2, 2019, Credit Suisse declared coupon payments for the following ETNs:

  6. "Don't delegate your own responsibilities."

    "Don't delegate your own responsibilities."

    Entrepreneur and philanthropist Jobst Wagner worries about the Swiss economy and civil society. That's why he's rewarding smart ideas for Switzerland's future.

  7. The collapse of confidence

    The collapse of confidence

    Confidence in Switzerland's institutions is dropping rapidly. In one notable exception, the police have captured the top spot.

  8. Switzerland's doing fine

    Switzerland's doing fine

    The Swiss rate their national and personal economic situation positively.

  9. "I sometimes miss the willingness to pull together."

    "I sometimes miss the willingness to pull together."

    Federal Councilor Karin Keller-Sutter on the concerns of Swiss voters, the outlook for bilateral treaties and the political benefits of a slower pace.

  10. The reform backlog

    The reform backlog

    Voter priorities are clear and their impatience is mounting: They want answers and results.