Credit Suisse, Credit Suis, Credit Agricole, Credit U.S.A. and Credit Suites are among the firms that have recently been added to the Credit Suiße Financial Market Index, which tracks the performance of financial market indices in the United States.
A major concern for investors in the financial market is the recent surge in volatility, particularly as the U.K. government has tightened its grip on the sector and some of the world’s biggest banks have begun to raise capital.
The index, which has risen over the last year, has a broad measure of the performance across the U, U.A., and U.B.I.s financial markets, including both the European and U of A. The indexes measure the performance in the same three areas as the Dow Jones Industrial Average, the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq Composite.
In the last quarter, the index was down more than 12% from a year ago.
“I don’t think any market can survive with a bubble,” said Charles F. Miller, the former head of U.C.L.A.’s Office of Research and Analysis.
“The U. S. is at a critical moment.
The market needs to stay in this place until this bubble bursts.”
The Credit Suße index is up more than 8% this year compared with a year earlier.
This chart shows the CreditSuße Index in the U of C, U ofA and UB, as well as the SICP.
Credit Suisse and Credit Agricoles have been the biggest beneficiaries of the credit crunch.
According to the UCR’s report, the sector is expected to grow to $1.25 trillion by 2020, up from $1 trillion a year before.
As the crisis has deepened, the industry has struggled to adapt to the market’s changes, especially for credit cards, which have become more volatile and risky.
The index has grown by nearly 2% this quarter.
For more on the financial crisis and how it will affect the U and UAA, check out this blog post by Bloomberg Businessweek’s Paul A. Singer.