Credit Suisse: Does It Pay To Be Bad?Rupert Hargreaves
Credit Suisse's Global Investment Returns Yearbook 2015 is a must read for investors. This year, the yearbook contains some extremely interesting long-term (115 years) data on industries (see Credit Suisse; The Rise And Fall Of Industries) and international equity markets.
Credit Suisse also looks at responsible investing in its 2015 Yearbook, asking the question; "does it . . .
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