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Commodities Roundup: August 2015

Listen as MP3 In July 2015, global prices of energy and metal commodities plummeted over the previous month. This reflected a sentiment of uncertainties in the global economic outlook, slowing demand from major economies, particularly China and Japan, amid excess supplies. The volatile environment in commodity prices is expected to persist for the remainder of […]
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Marketing to the ASEAN Consumer

The creation of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) in December 2015 will unite the ten members of the ASEAN into a single market and production base. This will thrust Southeast Asia into the spotlight, attracting greater attention from multinationals which have so far been drawn mainly to China and India. By 2030, ASEAN is […]
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Commodities Roundup – May 2015

Listen as MP3 The rebound in oil prices reflects increasing demand in China and the falling number of oil drilling rigs in the US, but it is too early to tell whether this rebound is temporary since there is still an oversupply of oil globally. This podcast discusses this trend as well as global events […]
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Targeting the African Middle Class

Companies that used to target exclusively high-income consumers in Africa can now start targeting the emerging middle class through tailoring product offerings and budgeting to this under-served market. These consumers are young and aspirational with small families and salaried jobs. Watch the video for complete insights. Companies who used to target exclusively high-income consumers in […]
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Commodities Roundup: January 2015

Download as MP3 Food, metal and energy commodity prices all fell this month, with energy seeing the largest drop at-15.1% over the previous month. This podcast discusses potential consequences of the low oil prices in oil exporting countries and how long we can expect oil prices to remain this low.
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BRIC Focus: Substantial Growth Potential for Consumer Expenditure on Leisure and Recreation

Although the consumption of recreational and leisure goods and services is relatively low and uneven across the BRIC countries of Brazil, Russia, India and China, growth potential is substantial thanks to rising disposable incomes, a surging middle class, rapid urbanisation, greater online connectivity and also population ageing. Over 2014-2030, the BRIC leisure and recreational services […]
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Emerging Markets Driving Income and Expenditure

In the long term, global income growth will be led by emerging markets. India, China, Nigeria, Vietnam and Indonesia will be among the top countries with the fastest income growth globally. Considering that emerging markets are home to over 85% of the global population, income growth, lessening inequality and an expanding middle class provide ample […]
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Income and Expenditure Brazil: Why Brazil Is an Attractive Consumer Market with Challenges

Euromonitor International’s Income and Expenditure Brazil Country Briefing highlights many an opportunity for businesses in Latin America’s largest consumer market, underpinned by a large and predominantly young population, a rapidly growing middle class, and a high and rising proportion of discretionary spending in total consumer expenditure. However, risks to the outlook remain, with real income growth […]
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High-Income Populations Booming in Emerging Markets

High-income populations, which Euromonitor defines as the population of a country with an annual gross income over US$ 150,000 are growing faster in emerging economies than developed economies. The fast economic growth in Brazil, India, China and Russia is contributing to the booming high income populations in these countries as many developed countries are still […]
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Regional Focus: Eastern Europe’s Consumer Markets Remain Fragile in 2014

Consumer income and expenditure across Eastern Europe are expected to see positive developments in 2014, backed by the region’s higher growth rates and declining inflation. However, high unemployment rates and currency depreciation will continue to affect consumer confidence. Meanwhile, political uncertainty arising from the Crimea crisis represents a key risk to Eastern Europe’s consumer markets […]
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Which Country Spends the Most on Alcoholic Drinks?

Per capita consumer expenditure on alcoholic beverages (that is, spending on spirits, wine and beer) and the share of total consumer spending allocated to alcoholic drinks can inform businesses about consumers’ consumption habits, their attitude to health, government policies on alcohol consumption and alcohol advertising, as well as demographic trends of a consumer market. Euromonitor […]
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How does the Chinese Economy Look in 2015?

Listen as MP3 The Chinese economy will continue to see slowing growth in 2015, when GDP is forecast to hit 6.8% growth compared to 7.4% in 2014. This slowdown reflects the country's priority shift from manufacturing toward a service-based economy. This podcast examines spillover effects of the real growth slowdown as well as the sinking […]
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Commodities Roundup: December 2014

Download as MP3 In November 2014, global food commodities prices rose for the first time in seven months while oil prices continued to fall. Listen to this podcast for insight into trends driving prices of soy, grains, salmon and other food categories as well as how fracking is motivating changes in oil prices.
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