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  1. Angela Merkel wins fourth term. Focus now turns to the coalition she needs to forge.

    German Election: Merkel Weakened – Heightened Uncertainty

    Angela Merkel wins fourth term. Focus now turns to the coalition she needs to forge.   

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    Economic Outlook: Growth Upswing Broadens Amid Benign Inflation

    Growth in the advanced economies is still going strong. Subdued inflation will likely allow only very gradual steps of policy tightening in the advanced economies.

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    How Much of Kim and Trump Can an Investment Portfolio Bear?

    Rising corporate profits and the strongest global economic upturn for 20 years: Only Kim and Trump can throw a wrench into the works. They provided plenty to talk about at the 2017 Credit Suisse Financial Forum in Davos.

  4. Burkhard Varnholt: "Every Bull Market Needs to Take a Rest"

    Markets ran into some turbulence in August. Is this soft patch an opportunity to buy or to sell?

  5. 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?

  6. Oliver Adler: "Central Banks Cannot Influence Real Interest Rates in the Long-Run"

    Oliver Adler: "Central Banks Cannot Influence Real Interest Rates in the Long-Run"

    Three answers on current monetary policy – part two

  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. Jackson Hole: Chance for Central Banks to Hand over Baton

    Jackson Hole: Chance for Central Banks to Hand over Baton

    It is time for central banks to let governments take on more of the burden of economic policy.

  9. Financial Markets: Low Volatility Represents an Opportunity

    Financial Markets: Low Volatility Represents an Opportunity

    The current below-average levels of financial market volatility provide interesting opportunities for hedgers and investors alike.

  10. Nannette Hechler-Fayd'herbe: "Time to Protect your Gains"

    Nannette Hechler-Fayd'herbe: "Time to Protect your Gains"

    How clients can protect investments and maintain upside potential, explains Nannette Hechler-Fayd'herbe.