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  1. Credit Suisse Global Wealth Report 2022: Fast wealth growth in times of uncertainty

    Despite the uncertain times, aggregate global wealth grew by 12.7% in 2021, which is the fastest annual rate ever recorded. On the other hand, inflation has influenced wealth levels this century and will continue to do so in the upcoming years.

  2. Investing for women: Connecting with your portfolio

    Investing for women: Connecting with your portfolio

    The top three emotions associated with financial planning for men are self-confidence, excitement and happiness, while for women it’s self-confidence, stress and anxiety1. Women engage with their money less than men and generally have a more conservative approach to investing. This does not have to be the case, according to the newly published report, Woman to woman: Connecting with your portfolio.

  3. Sustainable investing for women

    Sustainable investing for women

    Women are becoming much more active and confident when it comes to trading and investing. In fact, according to June Felix, Chief Executive Officer of IGY Group (one of the FTSE 250 global online trading businesses), they are generally doing better than men in terms of their investment choices. 

  4. Global Wealth Report 2019: Global wealth rises by 2.6% driven by US & China, despite trade tensions

    Credit Suisse Research Institute publishes its tenth edition of the Global Wealth Report, the most comprehensive and up-to-date source of information on global household wealth.

  5. Wealth of nations: mostly higher than in 2007

    Wealth of nations: Mostly higher than in 2007

    The global wealth picture shows that household wealth differs across countries. These are the highlights.

  6. This century's wealth trends: Broad-based wealth creation

    After the financial crisis, inequality rose during the wealth creation process. This phase now appears to have ended.

  7. Global wealth outlook: Emerging markets to raise their share

    Emerging economies will be responsible for almost one third of the growth, although they account for just a little more than one fifth of current wealth. Wealth will primarily be driven by growth in the middle segment, but the number of millionaires will also grow markedly over the next five years to reach a new all-time high of 55 million.

  8. The Global Wealth Pyramid: Growth with regional transformations

    The Global Wealth Pyramid: Growth with regional transformations

    China now dominates the middle class segment worldwide and has vastly increased its number of ultra-rich individuals by 200 times since 2000.