Horse racing in the Swiss Alps
When the cold and snow arrive in St. Moritz, a small and quiet town of around 5,000 inhabitants located in the Swiss Alps, the city changes itself. One of the most critical events in Switzerland's luxury calendar arrives the White Turf, a horse-racing meeting on the city's frozen lake.
The fiscal solution: attracting new residents to southern Europe
Some countries in southern Europe have set up special fiscal solutions for new residents in an attempt to lure wealthy and talented individuals to their shores.
The positive balance and challenges for 2020
The financial markets, supported by the actions of the world's central banks, have performed very well during 2019, which has allowed us to offer our customers very significant returns in an environment of low-interest rates and moderate economic growth.
The importance of emotions in the world of investment
Traditional theories of finance tend to see people as rational beings who try to maximize utility and have perfect information. But are we humans like that? The answer is not. Sometimes we humans are rational, but at other times we are guided by our emotions or look for shortcuts, given our inability to process all available information.
United States consumer confidence as a leading indicator of recessions
In the last 50 years, the United States economy has suffered a total of seven recessions. Each of them was preceded by a drop in consumer confidence in the world's largest economy, specifically of the indicator's one-year moving average.
BBVA in Switzerland wins an award at Private Banking International ceremony 2019
The British magazine 'Private Banker International', belonging to Verdict publishing house, awards BBVA in the category "Outstanding Customer Relationship Service and Engagement 2019", at the annual ceremony held in Zurich