The second-largest bank in Switzerland missed estimates from analysts following lower earnings and a charge from its own debt, Bloomberg notes.
Experts surveyed by the news agency had previously anticipated the Zurich-based lender to report earnings of a 1.32 billion Swiss franc average - but sums actually fell short of this.
Peter Thorne, an analyst at Helvea in London, said: "Despite its success in the financial crisis, Credit Suisse faces similar problems to UBS at its investment bank, namely sub-scale fixed-income, currencies and commodities operations."
UBS - the biggest bank in Switzerland - had earlier in the week reported considerable money inflows when it posted profits that were greater than the industry figures questioned by Bloomberg had anticipated.
By Claire Archer