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    1. For the second year running, Switzerland has been ranked third, tying Finland, Sweden and Singapore, in Transparency International's (TI) 2018 Corruption Perceptions Index that focuses on public sector corruption. 2. Switzerland is one of the world's most popular safe haven investment destinations. From its political neutrality to its banking secrecy, the country has a reputation for protecting valuables. But its strong economy, low national debt, low inflation, and low unemployment make it a relatively safe investment destination in its own right.
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Switzerland 20, or the Swiss Market Index (SMI), is Switzerland's most valuable blue-chip market index. The SMI index consists of the 20 largest and most traded mid- and large-cap stocks, according to the Swiss Performance Index. Founded in 1988, the index had a baseline value of 1500 points. SMI index composition is re-examined annually. The index is calculated in real-time. The updated index level is displayed as soon as a new transaction with a security included into the index takes place. The securities of the Swiss Market Index account for 90% of the entire market capitalisation and 90 of the trading volumes of Switzerland's and Liechtenstein's equities traded on the SIX Swiss Exchange. Considered a benchmark of the Swiss stock market, the SMI is the underlying index for various derivative instruments.

1. When purchasing stocks on the swiss stock exchange investors should be mindful of possible foreign taxes on their dividends and capital gains in certain cases. 2. As there are only 20 stocks in the index, it is pretty common for the price to fluctuate with great strength with one stock ?s performance.

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