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  1. Global wealth continues to rise as the US & China pull away from the pack

    Credit Suisse Research Institute publishes ninth edition of the Global Wealth Report

  2. Commodities Rose on Tightening Global Crude Oil Supplies

    Commodities rose in September amid Venezuelan crude oil production shortfalls and reduced Iran exports due to upcoming US sanctions, while the demand for crude oil and petroleum products remained strong.

  3. Credit Suisse Now Available on Apple Business Chat

    Credit Suisse today announced it is making Apple Business Chat available to private banking clients with accounts in Singapore and Hong Kong who are Digital Private Banking users, introducing a new way for them to communicate directly with the bank using the Messages app on iPhone and iPad.

  4. Thurgau and Schaffhausen: location attractiveness in the upper middle range

    Credit Suisse veröffentlicht Regionalstudie über die Kantone Thurgau und Schaffhausen

  5. Credit Suisse: Enhancement of paternity leave, family and care leave, and service anniversaries

    Credit Suisse launches wide range of measures to improve work-life balance for employees based in Switzerland

  6. Credit Suisse Expands Credit Algorithmic Trading Platform CSLiveEx into High Yield Corporate Bonds

    The bank now makes markets in 6,500 Investment Grade Corporate Bonds and over 1,000 High Yield Corporate Bonds on CSLiveEx.

  7. Credit Suisse AG Announces the Reverse Splits of its UGLD and USLV ETNs

    Credit Suisse AG announced today that it will implement a 1-for-10 reverse split of its VelocityShares™ 3x Long Gold ETNs ("UGLD") and a 1-for-10 reverse split of its VelocityShares™ 3x Long Silver ETNs ("USLV"), each expected to be effective as of October 15, 2018.

  8. Economic forecasts for Switzerland in 2019: Growth will remain robust despite uncertainty

    Credit Suisse publishes its "Monitor Switzerland" for Q3 2018

  9. Commodities Fell due to Rising Agricultural Supplies and Sluggish Demand for Base Metals

    Commodities decreased in August as output forecasts for several agricultural commodities increased. Dampened global growth prospects, due to emerging markets weakness, lowered demand expectations for base metals.