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  1. Coronavirus could speed up the workplace (r)evolution

    2020 is likely to go down in history as a pivotal year for the 21st century. The coronavirus pandemic has the potential to redefine many of our activities, not least the traditional office workplace.

  2. Coronavirus crisis and the financial market shocks explained.

    Coronavirus crisis and the financial market shocks explained.

    In December 2019, the first cases of infection from a novel coronavirus were treated in Wuhan, China. The race to contain the spread began, eventually leading to global lockdowns, business closures, and financial market turmoil.

  3. Coronavirus and the global economy

    In this podcast Brian Blackstone chats to Credit Suisse chief economist James Sweeney about the effects of the coronavirus pandemic on the global economy.

  4. Global Investment Returns Yearbook 2020 Credit Suisse

    ESG investing: A trend that is constantly evolving

    The Global Investment Returns Yearbook looks at figures dating back to the year 1900. The long-term analysis aims to put in perspective bull and bear markets, financial crises, and investment trends. But what can it tell us about recent trends, such as ESG investing? The authors investigate if ESG-driven investments have their own reward in terms of higher returns and lower risk.

  5. Making e-mobility sustainable

    Making e-mobility sustainable

    With climate change undeniable and new CO2 emissions restrictions, lower carbon transportation is necessary.

  6. What is the retirement age of the future?

    What is the retirement age of the future?

    Increased longevity, declining birth rates and lower financial returns for pension funds are all putting pressure on pension systems. Is a work free retirement period in your 60s and beyond a thing of the past? The recent Credit Suisse report Rethinking Retirement delves deeper.

  7. Credit Suisse Progress Barometer: The pressure for progress on sustainability and equality transcends nations

    The second Progress Barometer measures the desire for progress in 16 countries.

  8. Key issues for Generation Z and politics

    Generation Z engages politically

    Youth culture has long been considered a politics-free zone, but now Generation Z is joining its predecessors in taking to the streets. Are we witnessing the political awakening of young people?

  9. Society of the future

    Society of the future

    Instead of worrying about robots taking our jobs, we should be identifying which jobs machines will not be capable of doing in the foreseeable future. In other words, what skills will be key to finding employment? Imagination and creativity seem to be the answer.

  10. 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.