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US Fed Stimulus Will Continue – For Now

5/27/2013
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Following a run of resilient economic data, Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke remains cautious about easing back too quickly on efforts to stimulate the economy, despite signs of improvement in the job and housing markets. What could trigger a policy change and when? Nannette Hechler-Fayd'herbe, Head of Global Financial Market Research at Credit Suisse, sheds light on the issue.

E-commerce: The Marketplace of the Future?

5/2/2013
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The e-commerce industry is a force that no investor can afford to ignore. Jason Goldberg, founder and Chief Executive Officer, Fab, shares his expert knowledge on the booming industry and explains why being in the business of creating "Wow" generates good financial returns.

Emerging Markets: Korea and India Set to Outperform

4/26/2013
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Emerging markets are fast becoming a driver of global growth and are a force investors should not ignore. Sakthi Siva, Credit Suisse's head of Asia Pacific, and Global Emerging Markets Strategy explains why.

Will India's Economic Reform Proposals Succeed?

4/26/2013
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India's economic future continues to capture headlines. But the economy will recover and the growth rate should return to 7 or 8 percent, says Gurcharan Das, former Managing Director, Strategic Planning division at Procter & Gamble Worldwide. He adds that investors with a long-term focus should build exposure to the country.

Trends in the New World of Investing – BlackRock

4/23/2013
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Investors must focus on "objective-based" investing, rather than the headline of the day, says Laurence D. Fink, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of BlackRock – the world's largest money manager. In this interview, he identifies the megatrends investors should take note of, and why the trends of ageing and longevity could create a global crisis if not addressed now.

Economic Fortunes: Impact of New Leadership in China

4/22/2013
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China's leadership transition is complete. Just how will this impact the country's economic fortunes? Markus Rodlauer, China Mission Chief and Deputy Director, Asia Pacific Department at the International Monetary Fund, discusses the new leadership's commitment to economic policy changes.

China National People's Congress: Key Targets 2013

4/18/2013
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Vincent Chan, Head of China Research, Credit Suisse, discusses China's key economic targets announced at the National People's Congress and the country's role in resolving the economic downturn.

China's New Urbanization Initiative

4/17/2013
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Chinese leaders have put the New Urbanization Initiative as a key growth driver for the next decade. Tom Miller, author of 'China's Urban Billion: The Story Behind the Biggest Migration in Human History', discusses the move from the 'urbanization of land' to the 'urbanization of people'.

Geopolitical Disputes in Asia Pacific: A Real Threat?

4/16/2013
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Mounting geopolitical issues in the Asia Pacific region are a constant backdrop to investing in the region. Zhang Weiwei, Professor of International Relations at Fudan University, explains the strategic and political importance of the South China Sea.

Risk Vs Reward: Equities Lead the Way

4/11/2013
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As tensions in North Korea escalate and the Eurozone battles with new and ongoing troubles, the uptrend in equities remains intact. Anja Hochberg, Head of Investment Strategy at Credit Suisse, discusses the current search for yield.

Indonesia: World's 7th Largest Economy by 2030?

4/11/2013
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The Indonesian economy has enjoyed 9 consecutive quarters of GDP growth in excess of 6 percent. Muhamad Chatib Basri, Chairman of the Investment Coordinating Board, Republic of Indonesia, discusses Indonesia's success story.

Was Creation of the Eurozone a Good Idea?

4/10/2013
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Creating the Eurozone was the right thing to do, says Jean-Claude Trichet, former President of the European Central Bank. In this interview, he explains why, but adds that governance must be dramatically improved.

Will Low Interest Rates Go On Forever?

4/9/2013
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Many first world banks are locked into effectively zero interest rates. How long will this last? And what challenges does it pose to the business models of finance companies? Credit Suisse's Chief Economist, Dr. Neal Soss, addresses these questions.

The Art of Enchantment

4/8/2013
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Guy Kawasaki, Founding Partner of Garage Technology Ventures, Co-Founder of Alltop.com, Author, and Former Chief Evangelist at Apple, discusses the power of enchantment and how to influence people’s hearts, minds, and actions.

US Growth Prospects in 2013 and Beyond

4/4/2013
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As the US begins to show signs of recovery, Glenn Hubbard, former Chairman of the White House Council of Economic Advisers, outlines the nation's growth prospects and how spending cuts will impact businesses, jobs and the people of America.

China's New Leadership: The Way Forward

4/3/2013
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The once-in-a-decade China leadership transition is over. Jiantao Ren, Professor of Politics at Renmin University of China, explains the economic, demographic, social and foreign policy reforms the fresh cabinet now needs to focus on.

Gender Diversity on Corporate Boards

3/28/2013
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Su-Mei Thompson, CEO of The Women's Foundation, speaks about the benefits of gender diversity. She notes that women need to aggressively peruse opportunities, ensure their voice is being heard and practice gender equality at home.

Will the US Become Energy Self-Sufficient?

3/22/2013
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Recent data from the US department of energy shows that US oil imports have declined. This is a result of a combination of increased supply and weakening demand, says Dr. Fereidun Fesharaki, Chairman, FGE – FACTS Global Energy. He says it is likely that the US will become energy self-sufficient and explains what that means for global oil and gas prices in the short and long-term.

Will the Euro Crisis Return?

3/22/2013
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Europe seems to have made progress over the past six months, but the bailout in Cyprus and Italy's political deadlock have reawakened fears about the health of the Eurozone. Lorenzo Bini Smaghi, former Member of the Executive Board, European Central Bank and visiting Scholar, Harvard's Weatherhead Center for International Affairs and at the Istituto Affari Internazionali, discusses the situation.

Italian Elections: Brief Hiccup or Fundamental Setback?

3/1/2013
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Italy has voted. The elections resulted in a hung parliament and markets are concerned that a stable government cannot be formed. In this video interview, Credit Suisse’s Chief Investment Officer, Stefan Keitel, sheds light on this “negative surprise” for investors.
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