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  1. Swiss SMEs: Strategies to Counteract the Shortage of Skilled Labor

    Swiss SMEs: Strategies to Counteract the Shortage of Skilled Labor

    Credit Suisse has surveyed around 1,900 small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Switzerland. On the whole, they have a positive view of Switzerland as a place to do business. However, about half of all firms surveyed regard the shortage of skilled labor as a major cause for concern. The companies affected are responding to this challenge in different ways.

  2. 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.

  3. 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.

  4. 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.

  5. Robotics and Automation – Creating or Taking Jobs?

    Robotics and Automation – Creating or Taking Jobs?

    Despite the perception that new innovations in robotics and automation may be a threat to the workforce, Credit Suisse experts expect that over time robotics are likely to create at least as many new jobs as they take. A look at the last hundred years provides a reasonable guide. While societies will likely face some disruption in the short term, governments who are successful in training and preparing their workforce should be well positioned to turn the challenges into opportunities.

  6. The Next Generation of Growth

    The Next Generation of Growth

    In recent years, a number of Asian economies have seen subdued growth, largely due to the sharp slowdown in China. So long as trade channels remain open and governments continue to pursue stability, the outlook remains positive, particularly for the poorer countries.

  7. "Privacy is non-negotiable"

    "Privacy is non-negotiable"

    He was Switzerland's Commissioner for Data Protection. He took on Google, and won. He was spied upon for years by the State Protection Agency. Hanspeter Thür knows what he is talking about when he says, "Thoughts are no longer free."

  8. Oliver Adler: "Monetary policy successfully stabilized the financial system"

    Oliver Adler: "Monetary policy successfully stabilized the financial system"

    Three answers on current monetary policy

  9. Supertrends: Technology at the Service of Humans

    Supertrends: Technology at the Service of Humans

    Faster than ever speed of technology development offers indefinite range of investment opportunities.

  10. Global Growth to Remain Robust

    Global Growth to Remain Robust

    Asia Pacific CIO of Credit Suisse, John Woods, on what investors can expect for Asia in the second half of the year.