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According to Credit Suisse, just 30% of deposits across India's banking sector are insured

Join presenter John Wilson to learn more about Paul Gauguin and his work through his portraits with our #BSL  tour of 'The Credit Suisse Exhibition: #GauguinPortraits ' on Friday 29 November:

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Credit Suisse Group Analysts Give Equinix $EQIX a $581.00 Price Target

Credit Suisse Group Analysts Give Equinix $EQIX a $581.00 Price Target

Netflix $NFLX Given a $440.00 Price Target by Credit Suisse Group Analysts

Credit Suisse’s largest shareholder casts doubt on key details of the recent corporate espionage scandal at the bank, saying it was a "planted story by someone’s PR firm"

NMI $NMIH Receives New Coverage from Analysts at Credit Suisse Group

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“Negative interest rates are crazy. That means money is not worth anything anymore" - Credit Suisse ex-CEO Oswald Gruebel

The world's richest 0.7% owns 46% of the world's wealth. The world's poorest 70% owns 2.7% of the world's wealth. (Credit Suisse)

The world's richest 0.7% owns 46% of the world's wealth. The world's poorest 70% owns 2.7% of the world's wealth. (Credit Suisse)

The world's richest 0.7% owns 46% of the world's wealth. The world's poorest 70% owns 2.7% of the world's wealth. (Credit Suisse)

The world's wealthiest 1% now control half of all global wealth, according to Credit Suisse.

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The world's richest 0.7% owns 46% of the world's wealth. The world's poorest 70% owns 2.7% of the world's wealth. (Credit Suisse)

The world's richest 0.7% owns 46% of the world's wealth. The world's poorest 70% owns 2.7% of the world's wealth. (Credit Suisse)

The world's richest 0.7% owns 46% of the world's wealth. The world's poorest 70% owns 2.7% of the world's wealth. (Credit Suisse)

The world's richest 0.7% owns 46% of the world's wealth. The world's poorest 70% owns 2.7% of the world's wealth. (Credit Suisse)

Share of wealth held by top 1% Russia: 74.5% India: 58.4% Indonesia: 49% Brazil: 48% China: 43.8% US: 42% Mexico: 38% (Credit Suisse)

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