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  1. Volatile markets: Investing in turbulent times

    How to invest in volatile markets.

    The start of the year was characterized by high volatility on financial markets – a situation that is likely to persist for some time. That makes it all the more important to adopt the right approach to securities. Investor recommendations for a well-equipped portfolio in turbulent times.

  2. Investing in March 2023: Risk of loss for equities despite a good start to the year

    Investing in March 2023: Our views in brief

    Credit Suisse gives its perspective on economic and financial market developments over the short to medium term and looks at the implications for investors. Thanks to falling energy prices and robust economic data, these companies have had a very good start to the year on the stock market. However, caution is advised: The risk of recession remains elevated, and equities currently have a high risk of loss.

  3. Investment Outlook 2023: Upcoming reset for the global economy

    Investment Outlook 2023: Upcoming reset for the global economy

    A turbulent year is drawing to a close. However, the impacts will likely be felt for the next 12 months and beyond. Time-tested economic structures and formations are shifting. Credit Suisse's Investment Outlook 2023 with forecasts for the global economy and the financial markets.

  4. Switzerland as an economic center: A small country with a strong economy

    Switzerland: A small country with a strong economy

    Switzerland is beautiful, innovative, and successful. This has not always been the case – and is also not a matter of course. Switzerland owes its strong economy to factors including its pioneering spirit, its location, and its political system, among others. Find out more about Switzerland's model for success and the insights for financial investments that can be drawn from this stable foundation.

  5. Energy crisis creates promising investment opportunities

    Energy crisis creates promising investment opportunities

    Given the urgency of the latest crisis, the energy transition is moving center-stage again at a global level. In addition to mobilizing capital, the race to come up with the best ideas has begun worldwide. The prospect of innovations also creates promising investment opportunities – what investors need to know.

  6. Global monetary policy under pressure

    The month of April was the second-worst month on the stock market in almost 50 years. War, inflation, rising interest rates, concerns over a shortage of electricity, and concerns over a recession in particular have already led to many investors throwing in the towel. This, in turn, is putting monetary policy in a difficult position. What’s next? The implications for investors.

  7. Restrictive stance from central banks: The economic situation is strong enough

    Central banks are adopting a restrictive stance in 2022

    The investor-friendly course has come to an end. Central banks are tightening the interest rate screw and adopting a more restrictive stance. Where can investors still find attractive return opportunities? Financial markets forecasts for 2022.

  8. Economic forecasts and growth for 2022

    The global economy after COVID-19. What investors can expect.

    How will the financial markets perform in 2022? The good news for investors, first of all: The economy will keep growing. But the global economy will also face some major challenges. Read the economic forecast in Credit Suisse’s 2022 Investment Outlook.

  9. A good portfolio: Investing in quality and growth stocks

    Quality and growth stocks: Investing for good times and bad

    From a risk-free rate to "interest-free risk": Investors ought to be able to rely on a resilient and sound portfolio, particularly in uncertain times. A combination of quality stocks and growth stocks is a good place to start. 

  10. Interest rates and purchasing power influence the value of money

    Interest rates and purchasing power influence the value of money

    Should excess liquidity be saved or invested? Interest rates and purchasing power provide the answer. After all, they influence the value of money in the long term and demonstrate that cash also isn't risk-free.