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VIX Funds Face Fresh Scrutiny From U.S. Regulators

``U.S. regulators are scrutinizing this month's implosion of investments that track stock-market turmoil, including whether wrongdoing contributed to steep losses for VIX exchange-traded products offered by Credit Suisse Group AG and other firms, several people familiar with the matter said.''

Global Assets, 1900 – 2017

Via Credit Suisse   Meb Faber’s Idea Farm reminds us that the Credit Suisse Global Investment Returns Yearbook 2018 should be oin your reading list. It is chock full of wonderful charts and tables and notes. Two images struck me as so very insightful and revealing. Show More Summary

Credit Suisse has found the next big breaking point for stocks

Credit Suisse has crunched the numbers and approximated the point at which US 10-year Treasury yields will start to weigh on equity returns. The firm argues higher rates actually help stocks until a certain threshold is exceeded, atShow More Summary

After Strong Q4, Credit Suisse’s Reorganization Plan Should Unlock More Value In 2018

Credit Suisse’s stock rallied by nearly 6% over trading on Wednesday, February 14, despite the Swiss banking giant reporting its third straight annual loss, as gains from its ongoing reorganization plan boosted its operating performance for the fourth quarter of 2017

Credit Suisse posts third straight annual loss

Credit Suisse posted a smaller-than-expected 2017 loss of 983 million Swiss francs ($1.05 billion) as a 2.3 billion franc writedown triggered by U.S. tax reform kept the bank from its first year in the black since CEO Tidjane Thiam launched a turnaround plan in 2015. Ciara Lee reports Video provided by Reuters        

Credit Suisse sees four U.S. rate hikes in 2018 after budget deal (PCE Deflator YoY still below 2%)

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Credit Suisse’s U.S. economists said on Monday they now expect the Federal Reserve to raise key U.S. short-term borrowing costs four times in 2018, one more than their earlier view The post Credit Suisse sees four U.S. Show More Summary

Days After XIV Blowup, Goldman And Citi Plan ETF Linked to Europe's Riskiest Debt

A week after an explosion of volatility forced Credit Suisse to close its VelocityShares XIV short-volatility ETP following a -90% "termination event" - wiping out millions of dollars of retail traders' profits (though a floor was placed...Show More Summary

Lam Research: Maybe They Should LBO, Says Credit Suisse

With semiconductor equipment companies not getting their due in terms of stock valuations, it may be time to consider having private equity firms do leveraged buyouts, write Credit Suisse analysts Farhan Ahmad and John Pitzer. In particular,...Show More Summary

Former Banker Wants Wealthy Individuals to Share Racing Cars Via New App

The former digital chief of Credit Suisse, Marco Abele, intends to introduce an app allowing wealthy individuals to share ownership of experiential assets — things like vineyards, works of art, and even fine automobiles. Abele callsShow More Summary

Pepsi is copying a cult-favorite soda brand with a new drink — and it could be a $100 million win (PEP)

PepsiCo has launched a new sparkling water brand called bubly. The zero-calorie drink is challenging cult classic LaCroix with bright packaging and cutesy catchphrases, such as tabs that say "Hey u." Credit Suisse estimates that bubly...Show More Summary

Nomura "Sincerely Apologizes" For Blowing Up Investors With Its VIX-Linked ETN

On Monday evening, well before Credit Suisse decided to pull the plug on its now infamous XIV ETN which lost 96% of its value in the blink of an eye after Monday's Volmagedon, resulting in massive losses for ordinary retail investors... ... Show More Summary

Canadian Short VIX ETF Suspends Redemptions Citing "Extreme Volatility"

It's not just Credit Suisse that has an ETN problem, Horizons (Canada) has halted trading and suspended redemptions in its Inverse VIX ETF citing "extreme volatility in VIX- futures market." Price for the ETF has collapsed in the last few days...   Full Statement: Horizons ETFs Management (Canada) Inc. Show More Summary

Credit Suisse is pulling the plug on an investment product that just got wiped out with the stock market's drop

Credit Suisse is pulling the plug on the VelocityShares Daily Inverse VIX Short-Term ETN, or XIV, which had bet on lower volatility. The exchange-traded note was popular last year amid the market's unprecedented calm. Credit Suisse is...Show More Summary

Credit Suisse "Terminates" XIV

After it was halted for trading earlier in the day, which many saw as a harbinger of imminent termination - moments ago Credit Suisse confirmed retail vol sellers' worst fears when it announced that it would indeed be "accelerating" the XIV ETN, i.e. Show More Summary

Credit Suisse Tumbles On Fears Of Massive XIV Loss

In addition to being the creator of the now infamous XIV ETN  - which was reportedly the most popular way of shorting volatility for retail investors, all of whom now face almost certainly total losses - Credit Suisse also happened to...Show More Summary

Vol ETF Terminations Begin: Nomura Announces Early Redemption Of VIX ETN

While we await news on whether Credit Suisse will (or won't) terminate the retail-favorite XIV ETN, following its historic, 90% collapse, some other ETF/ETN providers are starting to terminate their VIX-linked offerings. Moments ago,...Show More Summary

The engine that has driven the British economy since the financial crisis could soon be its 'weakest link'

Credit Suisse's Sonali Punhani argues that the UK consumer could pose the biggest downside risk to solid growth in 2018. "As inflation falls and real income rises, consumers can either increase their consumption or their savings," she...Show More Summary

EA gets a boost from FIFA and Madden players crowding into a new way to play games (EA)

Shares of Electronic Arts rose 8% on Wednesday morning after delivering an earnings beat and raising its forward guidance. The company's live services segment continues to accelerate at a high rate, a Credit Suisse analyst said. View...Show More Summary

Forget tax cuts — there's another clear reason why stocks look unstoppable

The effect of tax cuts on the stock market is being overstated as the S&P 500 continues to hit record highs, according to Credit Suisse. Looking at two performance measures, it's clear that the market's torrid rally is instead beingShow More Summary

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