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    Investing in July: Our forecast in brief

    Credit Suisse's perspective on economic and financial market developments over the short to medium term and their implications for investors. The Swiss economy is slowly recovering from the collapse triggered by the lockdown. Equity markets as well have not fully exhausted their potential for a recovery.

  2. Equity markets still getting a boost in the recovery phase

    Equity markets back on the rise

    Even though the economic recovery is just getting started, equity market prices were already up again as of late March. In our interview, Nannette Hechler-Fayd'herbe explains why and what opportunities bonds present for investors.

  3. successful financial investments with long term supertrends

    The COVID-19 pandemic is changing the economy. Supertrends are evolving with it.

    The coronavirus pandemic is creating huge challenges for both people and the economy. However, shocks are known to create fertile soil for future growth. Even Credit Suisse's Supertrends are following current developments, thus remaining convincing themes for long-term investing. We provide an update below.

  4. Investing in June: Overweight defensive Swiss equities

    Investing in June: Our forecast in brief

    Credit Suisse's perspective on economic and financial market developments over the short to medium term and their implications for investors. Despite a good chance of an economic recovery sometime soon, setbacks in the markets are still possible. It is worthwhile for investors to have a look at Swiss equities.

  5. Good reasons why economic growth could rebound in the second half of the year

    An interview with James Sweeney: The recession will reach its trough in June

    The global recession could reach its trough soon. The second half of the year will likely see economic growth rebounding. However, investors must deal with a higher risk of deflation in the short term.

  6. Economy: Sharp recession leading to uncertainty

    Podcast with Credit Suisse experts: Uncertainty is weighing on the economy

    The COVID-19 crisis has swiftly plunged the global economy into a recession, but we are now starting to see signs of an economic recovery. This presents attractive opportunities for investors, including in emerging market bonds.

  7. Investing in May: Equities worthwhile despite uncertainties

    Investing in May: Our forecast in brief

    Credit Suisse's perspective on economic and financial market developments over the short to medium term and their implications for investors. The coronavirus crisis is leading to significant drops in GDP across the globe. But equities remain attractive despite the uncertainty.

  8. Investing in April: Our forecast in brief

    Credit Suisse's perspective on economic and financial market developments over the short to medium term and their implications for investors. The battle against the coronavirus will likely continue to hit the world's economy over the coming months. A brief recession is expected for Switzerland. 

  9. Analysis of the economic situation: An investment strategy for uncertain times

    Video interview with Burkhard Varnholt: Fear is a poor investment strategy

    The coronavirus continues to prevail over economic forecasts. However, one can only speculate on the further course of the pandemic and its economic consequences.  We interviewed Burkhard Varnholt, CIO of Swiss Universal Bank, to learn about a suitable investment strategy and new growth opportunities.

  10. Buy-to-let: Private real estate investments promise a return

    Buy-to-let: Risk or return?

    Investors are increasingly using residential property occupied by third parties as a means of investment: Buy-to-let is becoming popular. This is illustrated by the 2020 Credit Suisse real estate study. Find out whether buy-to-let investment is worthwhile and what risks you should factor into this form of investment.