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    A New World Order on the Horizon

    The world is changing. A new world order is emerging slowly in response to political and societal transformation, but is this something investors need to worry about? Read our five statements about why it is best to keep a cool head.  

  2. Commodities Gained as the Risk of Supply Disruptions Increased

    Commodities gained in April as the risk of supply disruptions increased amid rising geopolitical tensions.

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    Investing in May: Our Forecast in Brief

    Credit Suisse's perspective on economic and financial market trends over the short to medium term and their implications for investors. Given the concerns about trade conflicts and uncertainties regarding the intentions of central banks, fluctuations on the financial markets remain significant.

  4. Credit Suisse Appoints David Lim as Vice Chairman Southeast Asia, Private Banking

    Credit Suisse today announced that Asian private banking industry veteran David Lim will rejoin the bank as Vice Chairman Private Banking Southeast Asia, effective May 7, 2018. Mr. Lim will be based in Singapore, reporting to Benjamin Cavalli, Head Private Banking Southeast Asia and CEO Singapore.

    In this role, Mr. Lim will focus on developing and deepening the bank's relationship with key Southeast Asia clients and stakeholders, bringing to clients the full spectrum of Credit Suisse's products and services, and drive business growth. He will also bring to the bank his vast experience in products and solutions offerings. Further, Mr. Lim will be engaged in strengthening Credit Suisse's human capital, developing and mentoring new talent.

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    What You Need to Know about Inflation

    Inflation is like toothpaste. Once it is out of the tube, it is very difficult to put back in. It occurs when competition is missing. It then reduces our purchasing power and distorts the signaling effect of prices. Accordingly, it is important to avoid it. Which is why it is a key target value of monetary and structural policies.