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#Investing is all about making decisions under uncertainty. With every possible investment, we decide for or against taking it. The trick to successful investing is to decide correctly just a little more often than not.

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Enter the Credit Suisse Research Institute Academy Challenge and compete for a chance to win a spot on roundtables at the CSRI Meeting in London and the World Economic Forum in Davos!

Register here ► goo.gl/yHe052

This challenge is open to all students and recent grads!
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The Credit Suisse Research Institute is today launching a global, virtual Student Academy and is inviting young people to enter a global ideas contest in which they will have the opportunity to present their assessment of major policy decisions by central banks and the impacts of those decisions. #CSRIAcademy   +Project Firefly 

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Since the #Brexit vote, the attention of financial markets has turned to Italy, due to significant weaknesses in its banking sector and related concerns about a renewed bank-sovereign risk feedback loop. The new EU rules on state support for banking resolution might need to be "tweaked" to reduce the risk of renewed financial turbulence in the Eurozone.

Our Global Equity Research team have put together a 135 page Primer on #Blockchain. We outline how Blockchain presents a disruptive threat and/or opportunity to global incumbents operating in the payments, capital markets, financial services and media ecosystems: https://plus.credit-suisse.com/u/UlJwXQ

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#Brexit affects the Swiss financial center, but only to a limited extent. The current situation calls for strengthened location marketing.

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British voters said "Yes" to leaving the European Union (EU) – this could have far-reaching consequences not only for the UK economy, but also for the real estate market. London's office market, in particular, is likely to see lower demand for office space. But prices for residential property are also expected to come under pressure in the short to medium term. #Brexit  

Interest rates are at an all-time low and even dipping into negative territory – is this a sign of despair, or an unprecedented opportunity for growth? The latest Credit Suisse Corporate Insights white paper considers how corporates can leverage the low interest rate environment to lock in cheap funding while reigniting future growth. Find out more here: http://bit.ly/2aeFBp2

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Credit Suisse Group achieves progress in business performance, continues delivery of execution priorities and improves capital position in 2Q16: bit.ly/CSquarterly
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As Chinese growth has slowed, investors are taking a closer look at Asia's fast-growing frontier markets.
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