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  1. Why investors can expect resilience – not recession

    While global growth is likely to remain modest in 2020, a recession continues to look unlikely. Investors should keep a keen eye on the US-China trade war, major central banks' monetary policy, corporate debt, and the US presidential elections – among the issues that could shape the global economy's performance in the year ahead. Below we round up some of the main takeaways from the Credit Suisse Investment Outlook 2020: Resilience after all.

  2. Global CIO video: "Equities are the place to be invested in."

    Global CIO video: "Equities are the place to be invested in."

    Over the past month, some major equity indices have hit record highs, spurred by several factors including another rate cut by the US Federal Reserve, hopes for a US-China trade deal and signs of stabilization in global industrial production. In the latest Global CIO video, we look at the latest developments and our current views.

  3. Global CIO video: "We have monetary policy on our side"

    Global CIO video: "We have monetary policy on our side"

    While global manufacturing remains in a slump and recession worries persist, central banks' policy easing has provided an important support for financial markets, and equities in particular. In the new Global CIO video, we look at the latest developments and our current views.

  4. Global CIO video: "Investors are likely to move into equities."

    Global CIO video: "Investors are likely to move into equities."

    Recent improvements in the backdrop for financial markets have prompted us to adopt a constructive stance on equities again. We look at the latest developments and our current views.

  5. Swiss economy in 2020: Fears of recession exaggerated – consumer spending supports growth

    Credit Suisse publishes "Monitor Switzerland" for Q3 2019 and economic forecasts for Switzerland in 2020

  6. Global CIO video: "Investors need to be more selective."

    Global CIO video: "Investors need to be more selective."

    Risk assets have corrected lower in recent weeks amid lingering risks and uncertainty. We look at the latest developments and our current views.

  7. The department store of the future. Shopping in Beijing.

    China's new middle class, numbering some 400 million people, will fundamentally change global trade. What are these people buying? How do they approach consumption? We accompany a young Chinese woman as she goes shopping – and catch a glimpse of our own future.

  8. Global CIO video: "Equity bull market still has legs."

    Global CIO video: "Equity bull market still has legs."

    Equity markets ended June and the first half of the year on a strong note. We look at the latest developments and our current views.

  9. Global CIO video: More defensive, but not down

    Global CIO video: More defensive, but not down

    After a bumpy ride in May, June has brought some relief for investors. We look at the latest developments and how we are positioned.

  10. Disruption in our wardrobes. Fashion and the circular economy.

    Disruption in our wardrobes. Fashion and the circular economy.

    The throwaway culture has penetrated many – if not all – industries. Fashion has been particularly prone to it, developing so-called "fast fashion" with a devastating environmental impact. Today, more and more people are trying to reverse this trend by applying a zero-waste philosophy and participating in a circular economy.