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  1. Global CIO Podcast: "We are seeing the first signs of recovery."

    Global CIO Podcast: "We are seeing the first signs of recovery."

    The resilience we highlighted last month has been on full display over the last few weeks. Despite a very recent pullback in US equities, markets have broadly rallied as many investors left the sidelines amid worries that they might miss out. As a result, many equity indices have managed to recoup a significant part, and in some cases all, of their year-to-date losses.

  2. A move to inclusive capitalism in times of uncertainty

    The recent confluence of health, economic and social crises around the world has led to an outpouring of anger and anxiety about the levels of inequalities in many societies today.

  3. Ocean preservation and sustainable investing

    Ocean preservation and sustainable investing

    Tourism, shipping, energy generation, and food production are just a few of the industries that rely on the oceans. Climate change and the unsustainable use of marine resources are deteriorating the health of the oceans, putting ocean-related businesses at risk as well as those whose livelihoods depend on them.

  4. ESG – a model for the future

    As we emerge from the global coronavirus pandemic much will have changed. The question remains which business models will prove themselves in the future. Sustainability topics have been in vogue for some time now, and they are likely to become even more important in the coming years. The crisis has made it clear how important a holistic view is: business, society and nature belong together, they cannot be viewed individually.

  5. Coronavirus brings ESG investing to the fore

    Despite the pandemic downturn, funds that observe environmental, social, and governance (ESG) factors have largely outperformed their benchmarks. Meanwhile, the EU and the IMF are calling for a post-pandemic "green recovery."

  6. Global CIO Podcast: "The US and Eurozone face the deepest recessions in the post-war period."

    Global CIO Podcast: "The US and Eurozone face the deepest recessions in the post-war period."

    The coronavirus pandemic and its economic toll remain squarely in investors' focus. However, encouraged by strong fiscal and monetary support and the prospect of a gradual easing of lockdowns in many countries, equities have largely held on to the double-digit gains they made since end-March.

  7. Switzerland and Credit Suisse 2020 – Key facts and figures

    Credit Suisse has had close links to Switzerland ever since it was founded. The strength of this relationship has been particularly evident in recent months, as demonstrated by the SME support package and the COVID-19 fundraising campaign for Switzerland. As well as ensuring the continuation of banking operations during the pandemic, Credit Suisse plays an active role within the economy and society at various levels. This is reflected in the latest edition of our brochure "Switzerland and Credit Suisse", which is available online from today and can also be found in our branches.

  8. China's economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic

    China's economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic

    In this podcast Brian Blackstone chats to Credit Suisse's head of China Quantitative Insight David Murphy about how China's economy is responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.

  9. Investment themes in a post-COVID-19 world

    Investment themes in a post-COVID-19 world

    Meet the Supertrends: Explore our long-term investment themes for the future.

  10. Global CIO Podcast: "This is unprecedented"

    Global CIO Podcast: "This is unprecedented"

    We are living in unprecedented times, and each day brings new data confirming the devastation wrought by the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic. The latest composite Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) for April for the Eurozone, for example, sank to a record low of 13.5. To put this drop in context, the PMI would usually move between 45 and 55, with a level below 50 signifying a contraction.