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    Zoltan Pozsar: We are witnessing the birth of a new world monetary order

    In a note published earlier, Zoltan Pozsar, Global Head of Short-Term Interest Rate Strategy at Credit Suisse, wrote this crisis is not like anything we have seen since President Nixon took the U.S. dollar off gold in 1971 – the end of the era of commodity-based money. When this crisis is over, the U.S. dollar should be much weaker. He believes the global monetary system will never be the same post the crisis.

  2. Hong Kong skyline with the International Commerce Centre where Credit Suisse is located in the foreground

    Metamorphosis 25: Asia’s transformation accelerates

    How will advances in technology, finance and sustainability shape this vibrant region’s next stage of growth?

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    Justin Yifu Lin: Domestic and international circulation is the best way to maintain China's comparative advantages

    How will China’s metamorphosis unfold? We sit down with Justin Yifu Lin, Honorary Dean, National School of Development, Peking University; Councilor of the State Council and member of the Standing Committee, Chinese People’s Political Consultation Conference, to understand why domestic and international "dual circulation" will be the best way to maintain the country’s comparative advantages.

  4. Portfolio diversification: potential return up, risk down

    Portfolio diversification: potential return up, risk down

    Diversification across stocks, countries and assets should reduce risk so investors can earn the same return with lower risk, or higher return for the same risk.

  5. Post COP26, who's building the road to net zero?

    The Critical Climate Conversations podcast series asks: What now? We know that when it comes to the climate transition, the cost of not acting is higher than the cost of acting. But with only eight years, by some estimates, to achieve the necessary 1.5-degree climate outcome, are corporate and societal leaders mobilizing the system, transforming and reinventing the norms? As individuals, are our best efforts just a drop in the ocean in our fight to combat climate change?

  6. Young consumers may drive the speed of environmental change

    Young consumers may drive the speed of environmental change

    The choices of consumers aged 16 to 40 will determine whether long-term emissions plans are likely to be met. They will have a significant influence on the environment, as soon they will be the group spending the most money on – potentially sustainable – products and services. 

  7. Retail Outlook 2022: “Special Days” are polarizing the Swiss retail trade

    Credit Suisse publishes its study on the outlook for Swiss retailing

  8. Swiss labor market between uncertainty and skilled labor shortage

    Credit Suisse publishes "Monitor Switzerland" for Q4 2021

  9. Swiss office property market: Pandemic leaves its initial marks

    Credit Suisse publishes its study "Swiss Office Property Market 2022"