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Markets: What can we expect from Europe’s election-packed summer?
Healthcare sector: Caught between potential and cost pressures.
In spite of the strong Swiss franc and low interest rates, small and medium-sized enterprises are the lifeblood of the Swiss economy. This specialist publication examines how SMEs contribute to the diversity and stability of the Swiss economy.
Brexit and Trump were the two big political surprises of 2016. The real consequences of these events will not become clear for many months or even years. A series of landmark elections and votes are due again this year, which will give financial markets plenty of food for thought.
The topic that dominated the headlines this autumn was the US elections and their surprising outcome. The focus is now turning back to monetary policy and companies’ fundamentals.
The markets have gone through some tumultuous months. But despite all of the adversities, risky asset classes got off to a surprisingly good start to the second half of 2016. So, is this an opportunity to continue profiting from upward market momentum?