Content is becoming more valuable as the range of distribution platforms widens in a connected world. In particular, the video gaming sector has been attracting a lot of gaming fanatics, from Esports to online...
Following the first of our two-part series on data, ageing demographics, healthy living and automation as growth themes, we continue with another four themes that Credit Suisse highlights as the go-to areas for...
History shows that there have been prolonged periods during which growth has outperformed value. However, we have not witnessed such a prolonged "growth-driven”, at least in the past 50 years or more. Credit ...
Looking past the weakness prior, Macau’s gaming sector is back on track to grow. Casinos were luckier when it came to the VIP segment as profit growth is stronger than of revenue due to higher win rates.
With the US Federal Reserve continuing to push up interest rates, what will be the impact of the rising rates in the US to Singapore and the three local banks?
In order to help you make better investment decisions, we have summarised a list of five things you need to know about the market as an investor.
While the underperformance in May for stocks are well documented, Credit Suisse believes that the current stock fundamentals should encourage investors to stay in the stock market over the medium and long-term, rather than “Sell In May And Go Away”.
In this article, we round up some of the key investment questions that have been debated around the market. And here are five questions highlighting in Credit Suisse's report that will give you an alternative perspective on investments.
Emerging Market equities returned 9.2% as of 16 February 2017, the second strongest start to the year (US Dollar price performance). The strongest was in 2012, which it returned 14.2%. According to Credit Suisse’s research, the analyst team believes that this is going to be the start of EMs outperformance against global equities.
Is protectionism going to help make America great again? Or is it just going to hinder the US’s progress moving forward and allow other economies like China and Europe to take over them? CS weighs in on the cost and benefit of protectionism and analyses whether anyone stands to gain from protectionism.