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  1. Carry out a portfolio check

    Portfolio check due to turbulent financial market situation

    A turbulent year is drawing to a close: Inflation has increased, central banks have hiked interest rates and, in financial markets, fixed income, equities, and real estate have corrected broadly. So it's a good time to check your own portfolio.

  2. Bear market: Tense financial market in the US

    Bear market in the US poses a challenge for investors

    The US is facing various challenges at the moment. While inflation rages, consumer sentiment is being suppressed by exorbitant US mortgage interest rates that have reached 7%. Find out how Credit Suisse expects the situation in the US to evolve and what the bear market means for investors.

  3. Real estate investing: Generate returns with real estate funds and similar investments

    Invest in real estate. Take advantage of attractive investment opportunities.

    There are many ways to invest in real estate, from direct purchases and equities to real estate funds and crowdfunding. Read what investors should keep in mind and why real estate investments are still particularly smart, even today.

  4. Bonds: How interest-rate developments affect returns

    Bonds react to interest-rate developments. What it means for investors.

    The price of a bond may change during the term. How interest-rate developments impact the value of fixed-interest securities, what role the duration plays in this, and how investors can strategically align their bond portfolios.

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    What is a bond?

    Bonds are a popular source of funding for companies and a preferred financial instrument for investors. But what is a bond? How can I buy a bond? And is it a worthwhile investment? Here are the key facts about bonds for beginners.

  6. Low-cost Investing with index funds and ETFs

    Low-cost investing with index funds and ETFs

    Fees can cut into the returns on an investment. In the case of funds, this makes passive products, such as ETFs and index funds, an interesting alternative to traditional funds for low-cost investing. Read our overview of the difference between ETFs and index funds.

  7. Greenflation: How the energy transition is affecting capital markets

    Do capital markets face a risk of "greenflation"?

    As the ongoing energy transition fuels rising electricity prices, "greenflation" is giving capital markets plenty to talk about. The implications, and tips for investors.

  8. SPACS: New routes to the stock exchange.

    Listing via a SPAC. How it works.

    Instead of taking the traditional IPO route, many IT, health technology, and fintech companies are currently making the move to the stock exchange by merging with special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs). But how does a SPAC work and what do they mean for investors?

  9. Companies are benefiting from venture capital

    How venture capital is changing the world

    The pandemic has boosted stock exchanges and markets around the world, with companies posting above-average profits. These developments are, in part, due to the influence of venture capital. But what's next?

  10. Stock market cycles: How investors benefit from bull markets

    Knowing stock market cycles – benefitting from bull markets

    Bull markets are not uncommon after global crises. The sharp rise in market prices after the COVID-19 crisis is an impressive example. Stock market cycles provide one explanation for this. Those who want to benefit from future bull markets should know the phases of a stock market cycle.