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  1. mortgage-interest-rising-interest-rates-increase-mortage-interest-rate

    Higher Interest Rates Could Become a Burden

    Interest rate increases would have a major impact on the Swiss real estate market. Buyers would have to shell out more money to afford their own home. Current owners would also feel the financial pain of higher interest rates – albeit with a delay.

  2. Credit Suisse Announces Coupon Payments on Credit Suisse X-Links® Exchange Traded Notes (the "ETNs")

    Credit Suisse declared coupon payments for the following ETNs

  3. Credit Suisse Provides Venture Capital of CHF 30 million for Swiss Fintechs

    Credit Suisse investment vehicle "SVC – Ltd. for Risk Capital for SMEs" now has a volume of CHF 130 million

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    How Women and Men Differ When Buying a Home

    Nearly three-quarters of all people buying a property are couples with or without children. But who decides which house is purchased? Are there any gender-specific differences? Credit Suisse conducted a survey of real estate agents and financing specialists.

  5. Commodities Decreased on Production Concerns and Weakening Demand

    Commodities decreased in February on expectations of increased US shale production and weakening demand for metals due to a stronger US Dollar.

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    Fewer Homes Are Being Built

    Fewer and fewer condominiums and single-family dwellings have come onto the market in recent years – a trend that is expected to continue in 2018. This is already impacting on vacancy rates in some regions, particularly since the demand for residential property remains high due to the continued very low level of mortgage interest rates.

  7. Credit Suisse Releases Tenth Annual Global Hedge Fund Investor Survey

    Credit Suisse released its Tenth Annual Global Hedge Fund Investor Survey today, entitled Great Expectations, in which responses from 345 institutional investors representing $1.1 trillion of hedge fund investments, were analyzed on a number of topics including: