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  1. The Tides Are Turning: Why the Blue Economy Matters

    The Tides Are Turning: Why the Blue Economy Matters

    The ocean's business is everybody's business. We owe every second breath to the vast expanses of water that cradle our planet, which produce more than 50% of the world's oxygen. The daily diet of three billion people is based on marine-based food. When put into GDP terms, the ocean is the world's seventh largest economy. And yet this life-supporting system filled with unprecedented economic opportunities is under serious threat.

  2. Michael Strobaek: "Global growth is on track"

    Michael Strobaek: "Global growth is on track"

    It has not been a quiet first half for financial markets, with Italy the latest area of concern to cause disruption.

  3. Supertrends. One Year On.

    Supertrends. One Year On.

    We have updated our Supertrends, the five long-term investment themes we established a year ago. Each Supertrend remains highly relevant and forms an integral part of the Credit Suisse House View.

  4. How Private Equity Trends Are Changing Deal-Making

    How Private Equity Trends Are Changing Deal-Making

    Private equity is evolving. As this asset class gets larger and more versatile, companies have a surprisingly diverse menu of private capital options when it comes to finding finance. As private equity evolves, what are the key trends changing the nature of the deal?

  5. Promoting Prosperity in a World of Transition

    Promoting Prosperity in a World of Transition

    While advancements in science and technology have accelerated progress, the private sector must play a significant role to sustain growth and further alleviate poverty in developing countries. This was the conclusion drawn in a panel discussion that featured Credit Suisse CEO Tidjane Thiam during the 2018 Milken Institute Global Conference.

  6. A Culture of Belonging

    A Culture of Belonging

    Born on one of the world's most remote islands, she moved away and earned a fortune. Then Zita Cobb returned to transform Fogo Island into a socially responsible, sustainable art project.

  7. Nannette Hechler: "Rising yields reflect positive environment"

    Nannette Hechler: "Rising yields reflect positive environment"

    Each month seems to bring with it a new focal point for financial markets. As worries over trade conflicts moved to the background, rising bond yields reemerged as a concern for investors.

  8. The “Blue Economy”: A Sustainable Future for the Ocean

    The "Blue Economy": A Sustainable Future for the Ocean

    A conversation with Fabian Huwyler, Head of Green Solutions, Impact Advisory and Finance (IAF), about the investing opportunities the ocean creates and why we all can benefit from them.

  9. Eric Varvel: "Benefit from China's growth trajectory"

    Despite the sheer scale of the Chinese economy, international investors are still under-allocated in China. Eric M. Varvel explains why.

  10. The Market Impact of Emerging Savers

    The Market Impact of Emerging Savers

    The Emerging Consumer Survey by the Credit Suisse Research Institute examines for the first time the savings patterns across the eight countries in focus: Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, Mexico, Russia, South Africa, and Turkey. China's savings rate stands out in comparison to its peer countries, while India sees a clear shift in the savings channel moving away from saving via gold and property.