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  1. Investment strategy 2020: Equity markets will cool down slightly

    Video with Michael Strobaek: Equity markets defy geopolitical crises

    After a successful 2019, the equity markets are likely to develop at a slightly more muted pace this year. Despite this, there are still plenty of opportunities in the markets. In a video, Michael Strobaek, Global CIO at Credit Suisse, explains which asset categories are likely to experience strong development and which strategies are currently very promising.

  2. Investing sustainably: Boom in sustainable investments

    Invest sustainably in good conscience. Green consumption is gaining traction.

    Sustainability is trendy. Millennials in particular place great emphasis on green consumption. Investors can also benefit from this if they invest sustainably. After all, sustainable investments currently have above-average growth potential.

  3. Investing in December: Emerging market equities are attractive

    Investing in December: Our forecast in brief 

    Credit Suisse's perspective on economic and financial market trends over the short to medium term as well as their implications for investors. Equities are still very attractive, particularly those from emerging markets. Following a lengthy downturn, global industry was able to stabilize itself once again.

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    Crisis-proof investment. Invest in gold and protect against market risks.

    Investors have an effective tool against the risk of economic crises and high inflation: Buying gold. Fact is, the precious metal is a safe investment in turbulent times as well. Find out how investors can invest their money in gold.

  5. Investing in 2020: Investment risks and opportunities in the new year

    Video with Michael Strobaek: Investment risks and opportunities in 2020

    What are the best investment opportunities in 2020? And where are the greatest investment risks? In a video interview, Michael Strobaek, Global CIO at Credit Suisse, offers his outlook for the financial markets for the year 2020.

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    Investing in November: 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. US equities are likely to triumph over their Swiss counterparts. Investments in IT and financials could prove lucrative.  

  7. investing in october financial equities are currently attractively valued

    Investing in October: 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. Financial equities and US securities are currently attractive investments. The bond situation remains difficult for investors.

  8. Economic growth is picking up: Equities promise good performance

    Video: James Sweeney on why the global economy is gathering steam again

    The health curve of the world's economy is likely to trend more strongly upward again in the near future. In the video, James Sweeney, Chief Economist and Regional CIO Americas at Credit Suisse, explains why investors should increasingly focus on equities.

  9. 5G: Transmit mobile data in record time thanks to 5G technology

    5G. A growth market for the connected world.

    Growing interconnectedness is pushing traditional mobile networks to their limits. The proliferation of 5G technology may be the solution to these problems in the telecommunications sector. 5G enables unprecedented line speed for mobile data, creating completely new areas of application for mobile devices.

  10. Investing in September: Continued preference for US equities

    Investing in September: 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. US equities remain desirable for investors. However, industrial activity in Switzerland remains weak.