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  1. 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.

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

    Credit Suisse publishes its "Monitor Switzerland" for Q3 2018

  3. 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.

  4. Swiss Credit Market 2018: Swiss SMEs maintain rock-solid capital structures

    Credit Suisse publishes the Swiss Credit Handbook 2018

  5. Woman identifying herself at an ATM with a fingerprint.

    Trends relating to payments and the bank

    Paying by fingerprint or money from the cloud – in the study "Geld-Gehirn" (money brain), the Zukunftsinstitut (Future Institute) puts forward five scenarios relating to the payments of tomorrow. In an interview, Anke Bridge Haux, Head of Digital Solutions & Delivery at Credit Suisse, gives her assessment and expresses her belief in the rise of big data and artificial intelligence.

  6. Overjoyed child hugs her mother.

    Saving for children

    Parents always want the best for their children. This also involves providing for their financial future: for bigger needs, their studies, driving lessons, and to get them off to a good start in life. Find out what is important when saving for children and what options there are for parents, grandparents, and godparents.

  7. Parents with their child talking about money

    Talking to children about debt

    The boy next door who borrows money for admission to the swimming pool because he's forgotten his wallet, or a friend who needs money for the cinema: Debt quickly becomes a topic of conversation at the family dinner table. In his column, Daniel Betschart of the organization Pro Juventute explains what to focus on and how to raise children's awareness about debt. 

  8. Mom and daughter are sitting at a table talking about money.

    Managing child's assets correctly – tips for parents

    Pocket money, a gift at Christmas, or a five-franc coin for washing the car – children have money too. But what do parents need to bear in mind with regard to child's assets? What can the money be used for and from what age do children have full control over their assets?

  9. Family-owned businesses continue to outperform peers across every region and sector

    Credit Suisse Research Institute publishes new report on family-owned companies