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  1. 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.

  2. Cleantech: The biggest investment opportunity of our time

    Cleantech – the biggest investment opportunity of our time?

    The much-feared impacts of climate change demand action. A variety of companies in the cleantech sector have made that their mission – and their future looks bright. Cleantech investments are now considered to be the biggest investment opportunity.

  3. Investing in September: Too soon for equity overweighting

    Investing in September: Our forecast 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. The economy is continuing to recover. At the same time, the central banks are maintaining their support through monetary policy. That means that, despite the Delta variant of COVID-19, equities are likely to remain the most appealing asset class. Investors should nonetheless err on the side of caution.

  4. Bull markets: Equities remain the most attractive asset class

    Bull markets like this are a rare occurrence. Interview with Burkhard Varnholt

    The financial markets are going through extraordinary times. The current bull market is proving to be amazingly resilient, despite the widespread doubts expressed by investors. In the interview, Burkhard Varnholt explains his view of the stock market situation and why he expects equities to remain the most attractive asset class in the second half of the year too.

  5. How crises create value. The creative potential of the COVID-19 crisis.

    Economic crises cause sharp drops in economic performance, but over the long term they also offer a great deal of creative potential, leading to innovation and new solutions. The COVID-19 crisis, too, is creating new value in a number of different areas. As a result, many places are seeing an unprecedented economic recovery.

  6. Seize the opportunities of climate change. Sustainable investments.

    Climate change has long-term consequences, including for investors. Comprehensive investment solutions are making it easier to switch to sustainable investments. This is because a sustainable portfolio serves as an ideal starting point for you to benefit from the opportunities presented by this change.

  7. Sustainable investments and three myths about them

    Seizing long-term opportunities. Three myths about sustainable investments debunked.

    The issue of sustainability is omnipresent – not least of all on financial markets. Sustainable investments have long become established, and companies that align themselves with ESG standards show above-average performance in many cases. That means it is high time to expose several myths.

  8. Investing in August: Overweighting of equities premature

    Investing in August: Our forecast 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. The easing of COVID-19 restrictions is allowing the Swiss economy to continue recovering, and the recovery is expected to cause a bump in corporate profits and long-term interest rates to rise.

  9. Investing in July: Our forecast 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. The financial markets are pointing to economic recovery. Global GDP growth is expected to reach 5.9% this year. In Switzerland, private consumption is likely to return to normal by early fall for many sectors.

  10. Interview with Burkhard Varnholt: Elevated inflation is most likely temporary

    The last twelve months have left their mark on the global economy: Various bottlenecks have resulted in increased prices and inflation. Despite this fact, stock market prices are climbing upwards. But how long can the bull markets last? Find out more in this interview with Burkhard Varnholt.