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  1. Investing in Switzerland: Ten questions

    Investing in the Swiss market. Answers to the most pressing questions.

    The new year offers an opportunity to look at your own investments. This is particularly important after a stressful year like 2022: Negative interest rates are history, inflation is back, and war is raging in Europe. What's next? There are more variables than constants. This makes it all the more important to answer some questions about investing that investors may have always wanted to ask.

  2. Renewable energy sources to dominate the energy mix of tomorrow

    In the face of geopolitical tensions, energy security will continue to be at the top of government agendas in 2023. The search for a more secure energy system – in Europe and elsewhere – involves a number of measures from which renewable energy sources such as solar energy and wind power are likely to benefit most.

  3. Investment Outlook 2023: Upcoming reorientation of the global economy

    Investment Outlook 2023: Forecasts for targeted investments

    To begin with, one thing is clear: 2023 could be a year with two sides to it, as far as financial markets are concerned. While bonds are likely to celebrate a comeback, equities will probably still face headwinds next year as well. Find out more in the Investment Outlook 2023, with forecasts for individual investment opportunities.

  4. Investment Outlook 2023: Upcoming reset for the global economy

    Investment Outlook 2023: Upcoming reset for the global economy

    A turbulent year is drawing to a close. However, the impacts will likely be felt for the next 12 months and beyond. Time-tested economic structures and formations are shifting. Credit Suisse's Investment Outlook 2023 with forecasts for the global economy and the financial markets.

  5. Investing in December 2022: Companies are preparing for energy bottlenecks

    Investing in December 2022: Our views 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. Investor sentiment is temporarily improving as calm has returned to the gas and electricity markets. It remains uncertain whether the price collapse has been overcome. The fact is that economic growth continues to slow down globally, including in Switzerland. However, experts say that there is currently no threat of a recession in this country.

  6. The energy transition: See where investments pay off

    Tailwind in the energy transition. Nine themes for investors.

    The switch to renewable energy sources is moving at an unprecedented speed. Global climate change and the energy crisis are making the energy transition unavoidable. Business, research, and politics are all pulling together now – and moving mountains. What is now the third energy revolution in history offers unforeseen investment opportunities. Read which investments are particularly worthwhile now.

  7. Pricing power and how it works

    How lasting pricing power works

    As the economy is struggling, governments and companies are in a battle for pricing power. Russia is proof positive that shortages and artificial scarcity alone are not enough. Innovation, a good reputation, a healthy balance sheet, robust demand and, of course, patent protection are much more important.

  8. China's burst housing bubble is unsettling investors

    Should you invest in China? The effects of the real estate bubble.

    China’s burst housing bubble is destabilizing the local economy, and that is increasingly unsettling investors. This article looks at the impact the real estate crisis is having and why stamina is likely to pay off against the backdrop of the National Congress of the Communist Party of China.

  9. Investment strategy: How investors should behave in the bear market

    Fear is not an investment strategy

    We are in the eye of a storm: While fear of inflation and recession dominates Wall Street, Main Street companies are seeing full order books. The latter, however, are suffering from disrupted supply chains and a huge shortage of workers. In such stormy times, we do well to remember the basics: Fear is not an investment strategy. But how can investors deal with bear markets?

  10. Investing in September: Our forecast in brief

    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. In recent weeks, investor sentiment has brightened somewhat thanks to the recovery in the stock markets. It remains uncertain whether the price collapse has been overcome. Forecasts on economic growth are clearer: This is expected to be only 1 percent in 2023.