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  1. How to make AI transformation more likely to succeed

    Successful artificial intelligence transformations among companies are coveted yet scarce. What is vital to unleash AI’s full potential?

  2. The 2019 Global lnvestment Returns Yearbook: 119 years of financial history and analysis.

    The 2019 Global lnvestment Returns Yearbook: 119 years of financial history and analysis.

    Spotlight on emerging markets with focus on China. A highly volatile 2018 in contextual perspective. Technology's increasing role in investment practices. The 2019 Global investment Returns Yearbook: 119 years of analysis.

  3. Global CIO video: Patience rewarded

    Global CIO video: Patience rewarded

    Perseverance pays off. While December's rout in equities was disheartening, we kept our overweight view on equities and profited from the rally in January.

  4. The future of work: Innovation's impacts on the workforce.

    The current digitalization revolution has a strong adjusting impulse on our occupational skills. A key question is not if there will be jobs, but more, which professions will substantially change.

  5. Global CIO video: "Fears of a recession are misplaced"

    Global CIO video: "Fears of a recession are misplaced"

    Other than ringing in the new year, investors had little to cheer about last month and, in fact, last quarter. Worries over trade conspired with a surprise earnings warning from US technology bellwether Apple and the Federal Reserve's rate hike to stoke fears of a sharp slowdown or even an imminent recession, sending equity market volatility sharply higher.

  6. Six things that will matter to investors in 2019

    Six things that will matter to investors in 2019

    Investing in 2019 means looking for growth at a late stage of the economic cycle. Our Investment Outlook 2019 identifies six key market drivers and risks that will be particularly important for investors next year. 

  7. CIO view: "Setbacks open up opportunities"

    CIO view: "Setbacks open up opportunities"

    October proved a trying month for investors. Yet the macroeconomic environment remains robust, and we continue to believe that growth assets like equities still offer potential.

  8. Emerging Asia will produce more than half of global output by 2050

    Emerging Asia will produce more than half of global output by 2050

    Emerging Asia's share of global economic output is set to reach 55 percent by 2050. The region's equity and corporate bond markets are on course to assume close to a 30 percent global share by 2030. Credit Suisse Research Institute's (CSRI) latest 'Asia in Transition' report highlights the key changes taking place in the region.

  9. Leading when it comes to progress

    How advanced are the different countries actually? Credit Suisse economists analyzed 36 countries and prepared a ranking.

  10. Assessing the market correction

    Global equity markets lost further ground overnight as investors continue to be rattled by a combination of factors. We take a look into what's causing the jitters and weigh up the impact on equities. Our view is that investors should re-enter only gradually.