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  1. Mega-Trend of Growing Emerging Middle Class Remains on Track

    Mega-Trend of Growing Emerging Middle Class Remains on Track

    More than 100 million new households in emerging markets have moved into middle income territory over the last two years, according to a new report from Credit Suisse.

  2. Interest Rates: Does Hiking Damage Your Wealth?

    Interest Rates: Does Hiking Damage Your Wealth?

    Are financial markets wrong to be so obsessed with rate changes?

  3. Technological Revolution Leads the Way at Davos

    Technological Revolution Leads the Way at Davos

    Globalization, corporate governance and cybersecurity discussed by our guests.

  4. Does Corporate Governance Matter?

    Does Corporate Governance Matter?

    "Corporate governance is not acknowledged enough when it works well, though it is frequently assailed when it fails dramatically," says Michael O'Sullivan, Credit Suisse's Chief Investment Officer, International Wealth Management, in a new report launched in Davos by the Credit Suisse Research Institute.

  5. The Real Skinny on Fat

    Eating fat can make you fat, right?

  6. Chinese Youth behind Country's E-Commerce Boom

    Chinese Youth behind Country's E-Commerce Boom

    Online shopping continues to grow in China, driven by the relatively affluent younger generation. The Chinese youth turns to the web for convenience's sake and due to the lack of shops in rural areas.

  7. Chinese Golden Youth Boosts Entertainment & Tourism

    Chinese Golden Youth Boosts Entertainment & Tourism

    The children resulting from China's one-child policy are now relatively affluent young adults. They have a strong spending desire, notably benefiting the entertainment and travel sectors.

  8. Here Comes the Young! Changing Consumption Behavior in China

    Here Comes the Young! Changing Consumption Behavior in China

    Despite economic slowdown China remains a growing consumer market. However, we can observe a visible consumption behavior change. It is the young and the rural Chinese consumers, who are going to have more to say.

  9. Globalization or Multipolarisation – Which Way Is the World Heading?

    Globalization or Multipolarisation – Which Way Is the World Heading?

    Though globalization has been dominating the world in the past decades we start to observe a change in the balance of the world. The emergence of new economical power of China as well as growing importance of the European Union, distributes the world power into three centers: Europe, Asia and Americas. Is today's world multipolar rather than globalized? Let's have a closer look at the factors which may influence the possible outcomes.

  10. Global Wealth in 2015: Underlying Trends Remain Positive

    Global Wealth in 2015: Underlying Trends Remain Positive

    Global wealth somewhat dropped in 2015 due to the strong US dollar, according to the "Global Wealth Report 2015." The underlying situation nevertheless remains positive, though wealth inequalities have continued to widen.