Brexit: Impact on Consumers

by August 29th, 2016

As the uncertainty surrounding a Brexit from the European Union (EU) rumbles on, the Consumers team examine the potential implications of Brexit from the Households, Income and Expenditure and consumer angles. Insights include the uncertainty surrounding the real estate market in the UK, the impact of Brexit on the highest income-wealth segment and the generational divide that […]

Global Middle Class Expanding Despite Slow Economy

by July 20th, 2016

  The Middle Class in both emerging and developed economies will continue to grow over the next five years despite slow economic growth. This expansion is due to a number of key drivers, including improved income distribution, rapid urbanisation, riding education, increasing women in the workforce and improved business environments. Businesses can expect increased spending […]

Euromonitor to Speak at ASEAN Festival of Business 2016

by June 14th, 2016

Euromonitor at the ASEAN Festival of Business to discuss the growth potential of ASEAN markets Date: June 22, 2016 Time: 09:30 Venue: Exhibition Centre Liverpool, Liverpool The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) has reached a highly anticipated milestone – economic integration through the creation of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC). The ASEAN Economic Community, […]

Asia Pacific to Lead Global Consumer Expenditure Growth in 2016

by January 27th, 2016

Global consumer expenditure growth is expected to accelerate from 2.2% in 2015 to 2.9% year-on-year in real terms in 2016, with education and health goods and medical services set to be the fastest-growing consumer spending categories. Of all the regions, consumer expenditure growth will be strongest in Asia Pacific (4.6% year-on-year) and Africa and the […]

Top 5 Fastest-Growing Major Economies in 2015: India to Overtake China’s Real GDP Growth

by December 3rd, 2015

The top five fastest-growing major economies in 2015 will be all emerging market economies in the Asia Pacific region, with India standing out as the top performer globally. Policy reforms and low oil prices will bolster India’s growth outlook, but the effect of GDP rebasing on India’s forecast growth is still far from being clear.