2013 was Roger Federer’s most difficult year since the beginning of his career, fraught with back problems, uncharacteristic defeats and a drop in the world ranking from two to six. Marco Falbo caught up with Federer to discuss his career.
What should investors expect in 2014? Heads we (sort of) win, tails we lose. Credit Suisse’s economists and analysts say that if economic activity is stronger than expected, returns won’t rise much. But if growth disappoints, they will certainly fall.
At Credit Suisse’s fourth annual Emerging Markets Leadership Forum, business leaders voiced many compelling opportunities for 2014. But when it came to identifying next year’s risks, they seem to agree: most of it will likely emanate from the Federal Reserve and other central banks.