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  1. Credit Suisse FX Survey 2020 reveals Swiss companies do not expect euro to appreciate

    Almost half of companies surveyed hedge against foreign exchange risks

  2. SNB to keep interest rates negative

    Credit Suisse publishes "Monitor Switzerland" for Q4 2019

  3. Global Wealth Report 2019: Global wealth rises by 2.6% driven by US & China, despite trade tensions

    Credit Suisse Research Institute publishes its tenth edition of the Global Wealth Report, the most comprehensive and up-to-date source of information on global household wealth.

  4. Locational quality 2019: Basel-Stadt tops the ranking for now, Vaud climbs nine places

    Credit Suisse publishes its annual study on the locational quality of Swiss cantons and regions

  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. Swiss SMEs coping well with increasing protectionism

    Credit Suisse SME study 2019

  7. Credit Suisse: Global middle class net worth doubled since 2000 to USD 80.7 trillion, 32% of global wealth.

    The Credit Suisse Research Institute today released its sixth annual Global Wealth Report, which focuses on how the middle class has developed since the turn of the century. It finds that the size and wealth of the middle class globally grew quickly before the financial crisis, but growth subsided after 2007 and rising inequality has squeezed its share of wealth in every region. In its analysis, Credit Suisse has taken a new approach to defining the middle class category, using a wealth-based definition – versus an income-based one – that allows for adjustments over time to reflect inflation, and also varies across countries depending on local purchasing power.