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What happens when rates rise?

After years of low interest rates, investors need to prepare for a rise in the cost of credit

Volatility presents opportunities

The technical correction in markets corrects the anomaly of a long drawn-out calm. The upsurge in volatility contains opportunities as well as threats.

Europe’s renaissance

Senior Economist Frederik Ducrozet discusses the 2018 outlook for the euro area, including the potential risks for long-term investors.

Multi-Generational Wealth, Singapore

The fourth edition of the Asian Family Office Master Class took place in Singapore in November 2017, with about 70 guests attending.

The Call of Asia

Robust economic growth, the improving quality of corporate earnings, and a new generation of entrepreneurs all plead in favour of investing directly in Asia.

The Entrepreneurs

The 4th Pictet Entrepreneurs Summit held brought together an exclusive group of 60 entrepreneurs and investors with a passion for innovation.

Nine years on, the bull has some room to run

While growth may already have peaked in the large developed markets, we do not expect a recession. Earnings growth should continue to drive equities and interest rates should remain low.

Deceptive calm

Market calm is deceptive: concerns about turns in the monetary cycle are being expressed in forex rather than equities.

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