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  1. Michael Strobaek: "Healthy correction is good for the market"

    Michael Strobaek: "Healthy correction is good for the market"

    How to prepare for more volatile markets?

  2. Oliver Adler: "Cyclical improvement has helped the Euro"

    Oliver Adler: "Cyclical improvement has helped the Euro"

    After years of weakness, the euro is once again gaining strength. Oliver Adler explains why.

  3. Bull or Bear? Politics and Capital Markets

    Bull or Bear? Politics and Capital Markets

    Capital markets do not operate in a vacuum; turbulence on the global political scene has a significant impact on their performance. Robert Parker, Chairman of the Asset Management and Investors Council at Credit Suisse, identifies current major political trends investors should watch out for.

  4. Impact Investing: Building Bridges across Generations

    Impact Investing: Building Bridges across Generations

    Millennials, the next generation of investors, have a clear vision when it comes to investments. They want to make and see impact. Credit Suisse shares this vision of creating value for shareholders and wider society at the same time. True to the spirit of Davos, we hosted an event to connect today's and tomorrow's investors, to explore new impact investing concepts and to discuss how we can shape the future together.

  5. Globalization and Politics

    Globalization and Politics

    The past three years have seen political volatility rising against a backdrop of improving economic growth across the major regions and increasingly becalmed financial markets. How does economic output correlate with voter behavior? As globalization slows, the transition away from "globalization" toward a more decisively multipolar world is an emerging trend that will shape politics. In this essay, we analyze how the potential "end of globalization as we know it" will challenge politicians, and what kind of new political issues may be spawned by a more dispersed world order.

  6. The Rise of Populist Nationalism

    The Rise of Populist Nationalism

    The world experienced a political earthquake in the year 2016 with the British vote to leave the European Union in June and the election of Donald Trump as President of the United States in November. These events were the culmination of a longer-term trend away from the postwar liberal international order, one that had been building for at least a decade earlier, and marked the rise of a new form of populist nationalism. A critical question for the future concerns whether this is merely a "democratic recession," in the words of political sociologist Larry Diamond, or marks a longer-term downturn in the fortunes of liberal democracy worldwide.

  7. Burkhard Varnholt: "Be a Knowledgeable Optimist"

    Burkhard Varnholt: "Be a Knowledgeable Optimist"

    Deputy Chief Investment Officer Burkhard Varnholt talks about lessons learned from financial markets in 2017 and discusses the investment perspectives for 2018.

  8. Globalization and Its Discontents

    Globalization and Its Discontents

    Are we witnessing a breakdown of the global order as we know it?

  9. 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.

  10. Euro: Institutional Safeguards Need Further Enhancement

    Euro: Institutional Safeguards Need Further Enhancement

    Institutional setups have been improved in response to the euro crisis. However, more remains to be done.