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  1. Emerging Consumer Survey 2018: India Tops the Ranking Again

    Emerging Consumer Survey 2018: India Tops the Ranking Again

    The Credit Suisse Research Institute has published its eighth Emerging Consumer Survey, the annual report on consumer trends in emerging markets. While Asia continues to show the strongest consumer sentiment, significant improvements can be seen across all EM geographies surveyed.

  2. Global Wealth Pyramid: Decreased Base

    Global Wealth Pyramid: Decreased Base

    With global wealth growing to 280 trillion dollars, the poorest base tier of the wealth pyramid shrank slightly. The three other tiers took in new members and the world welcomed over 2,000,000 new dollar millionaires.

  3. Global Wealth: 341 Trillion Dollars by 2022

    Global Wealth: 341 Trillion Dollars by 2022

    Credit Suisse Research Institute expects the world to generate 60 trillion dollars over the next five years. The overall pace of wealth creation will be relatively moderate. Unsurprisingly, emerging markets will advance more dynamically then their developed peers. In terms of wealth segments, nearly a quarter of the global population will belong to the middle class by 2022.

  4. Global Wealth Report 2017

    Global Wealth Report 2017: Where Are We Ten Years after the Crisis?

    As shown in the latest edition of the Global Wealth Report by the Credit Suisse Research Institute (CSRI), total global wealth has now reached USD 280 trillion and is 27 percent higher than a decade ago at the onset of the financial crisis.

  5. Supertrend Infrastructure: Affordable Housing Needed

    Supertrend Infrastructure: Affordable Housing Needed

    A roof over our heads is one of our basic needs, yet for many it is out of financial reach. Affordable housing could provide a solution.

  6. Supertrends: Emerging Market Consumers on the Increase

    Supertrends: Emerging Market Consumers on the Increase

    The last couple of years were dominated by hyperglobalization. However, recently we have been observing creating multiple regional powers around the globe resulting in a more multipolar world. Has this phenomenon influenced emerging markets negatively?

  7. Supertrends: Angry Societies – Disenchanted Western Middle Class

    Supertrends: Angry Societies – Disenchanted Western Middle Class

    Since 2008, the Western middle class has shrunk due to growing inequalities within societies. What are political and socioeconomic implications of the fact?

  8. The Global Wealth Pyramid 2016

    The Global Wealth Pyramid 2016

    According to the recent Credit Suisse Research Institute's Global Wealth Report, three quarters of global adult population fit into the bottom echelon of the wealth pyramid. The 3.5 billion adults with wealth below 10,000 dollars account for 2.4 percent of global wealth. In contrast, the 33 million millionaires comprise less than 1 percent of the adult population, but own 46 percent of household wealth.

  9. It's been a difficult few years, but emerging markets are back. A supply glut that has been weighing on oil prices since late 2014 appears to be easing, emerging-market currencies are cheap on a purchasing power parity basis, and economic growth momentum is recovering relative to developed markets. Investors have taken notice: The MSCI Emerging Market Index rose 32 percent between a January trough and mid-August.

  10. Interest Rates: Does Hiking Damage Your Wealth?

    Interest Rates: Does Hiking Damage Your Wealth?

    Are financial markets wrong to be so obsessed with rate changes?