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10th Annual WealthBriefing Swiss Awards 2023

After a challenging year in which global financial markets experienced unprecedented turmoil, we are pleased to report that ONE swiss bank’s financial turnaround is now complete.

This award recognises the dedication and hard work of our teams through the recent and successful mergers and asset deals. It also acknowledges the implementation of our new investment offering for private clients based on proven and effective institutional asset management solutions.

Congratulations to everyone involved!

Macro

The Fed and the ECB are in no hurry

The US central bank's patience is fully justified, but the ECB's wait-and-see attitude is questionable.
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Macro

Renewed realism and healthy correction

Investors have reassessed the prospects for interest rate cuts amid sticky US “core” inflation.
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Corporate

H2 and Full-Year 2023 Financial Results

2023 was another successful year for ONE swiss bank SA, brimming with achievements and culminating in healthy financial results.
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Macro

The Fed’s pivot? Not before May 1st

Powell's comments and the strength of the US economy invite investors to be patient.
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The prevailing optimism is not irrational

Recent macroeconomic indicators validate hopes of a “soft landing” for the USA.
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No shock, no rapid rate cuts

Governor Christopher Waller's message was only partially received by investors.
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Macro

Should we expect the Fed to pivot in March?

The rapid and large rate cuts priced in by Fed funds rate futures appear unlikely.
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Macro

The 2024 bond vintage is overpriced

The bright prospects sold by some strategists are undermined by the surge at the end of 2023.
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Corporate

Bye Bye 2023

As the year draws to a close, we would like to extend our warmest wishes to you and your loved ONEs.
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Macro

A dovish Powell reinforces prevailing optimism

But his New York colleague John Williams and European central bankers appear less conciliatory.
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