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  1. Help reduce greenhouse gases. With sustainable funds.

    Increasing demand for sustainable funds can be explained not least by the growing awareness of ESG criteria. By investing in sustainable funds from the construction sector, for example, investors can help companies develop new technologies and therefore have a lasting impact on the reduction in global greenhouse gases.

  2. Global economy: Economic development after COVID-19

    Global economy after COVID-19. The impact on the global markets.

    In which direction will the global economy go after the COVID-19 shock? And which trends will shape economic development on the global markets after the pandemic? Read the analyses of Credit Suisse's financial experts in our Outlook.

  3. Investment Outlook: Equities an attractive prospect in 2021

    Investment Outlook: Good prospects for equity investments in 2021

    The pandemic will have far-reaching consequences for the economy. Financial markets and economic structures are already changing as a result, but this disruption has its advantages too. Equities, for one, are likely to remain appealing in 2021. Read the analysis of Credit Suisse's experts in the Investment Outlook 2021.

  4. Generate returns in the low interest-rate environment with a good investment strategy

    Investment strategy: Generate attractive returns in the low interest-rate environment.

    The US Federal Reserve (Fed) has announced that interest rates will remain close to zero for years to come. In the latest Investment Outlook, Credit Suisse investment experts analyze what this means for the development of returns and investment strategies.

  5. Alternative investments: Achieve a more stable portfolio

    Achieve greater portfolio stability. With alternative investments. 

    Alternative investments are a good way to round off a portfolio and spread your risks. How alternative forms of investment differ from other options and why they are an exciting way to invest.

  6. Equity markets: How investors should handle their money

    Equity markets improving after the recession

    The stock rally continues and the recession is being followed by a global recovery, which means exciting opportunities for investors. Many people are still hesitant to invest. However, this may be the perfect time to take part in the equity market.

  7. Economic measures are having a positive effect on the world's economy

    Looking ahead. The global economy is picking up.

    The outbreak of the coronavirus plunged the global economy into a deep crisis. However, the unparalleled economic measures are lowering the odds of a long-term economic depression. Investors can look to the future with optimism.

  8. Sustainable investments give back in return. What investors should know about ESG.

    Invest for profit while doing good? Thanks to ESG and sustainable investing, you can do just that. Read why the ESG criteria are a useful tool in the investment process, and investors should look to sustainability for long-term success.

  9. The bear market: The right way for investors to use opportunities in the stock market

    The right way for investors to use opportunities in a bear market

    You may be familiar with the stock market adage: "Sell in May and go away." It means we should divest our holdings from the first four months of the year. Does this apply to the 2020 bear market as well? Read on for an analysis. 

  10. Reasons why inflation will remain low after the coronavirus crisis

    In spite of surplus liquidity, low inflation rates are very likely.

    Central banks are pouring vast amounts of liquidity into the markets to keep the economy afloat. However, there is no cause for concern that inflation rates will soar as a result. Low inflation and low interest rate levels are likely to remain.