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Global Economic Forecasts Q1 2017: Executive Summary

Euromonitor International is pleased to provide our blog readers with the executive summary of our new macroeconomic outlook Global Economic Forecasts: Q1 2017. Despite the risk of stronger trade and immigration restrictions and greater policy uncertainty after Donald Trump took the Presidential office, the reaction of financial markets has been more optimistic than expected. In […]
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Top 3 Markets by Kitchen Penetration Growth in 2017

Euromonitor International has identified the world’s top three markets by household kitchen penetration growth in 2017. Based on factors such as growth of kitchen possession, associated facilities and kitchen-based durables penetration, the leading markets are Ethiopia, Uganda and Pakistan. These frontier markets are opening up new opportunities for providers of household goods and services, particularly kitchen […]
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US Economic Outlook: Q4 2016

The Trump Effect: Fiscal Stimulus versus Negative Supply Shocks Trump’s surprise victory in the November presidential elections has significantly shifted the outlook for the US economy. Our initial post-election forecast was for a major downturn, leading to annual GDP growth of 0.4-0.7% in 2017-2018. The positive financial markets response in the last two weeks has […]
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Global Economic Forecasts Q4 2016: Executive Summary

Euromonitor International is pleased to provide our blog readers with the executive summary of our new economic outlook Global Economic Forecasts: Q4 2016. The victory of Donald Trump in the US presidential elections is another political shock to the economies of the developed world. After initial downward movements, global stock markets rebounded and even increased […]
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China Economic Outlook: Q2 2016

China’s economy is still on track to grow by 6.5% in 2016 and 6.2% in 2017, based on the official GDP measure. This is at the low end of the government’s target of 6.5-7% growth in 2016 and annual growth of 6.5% in 2016-2020. The government has relaxed its budget deficit target for 2016 to […]
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Top 50 Largest Private Label Markets

The visual below shows 50 country/category combinations where private label had the highest value sales in 2014, and maps them alongside forecast growth potential over 2015-2020 (or 2014-2019 for categories in soft drinks and tissue and hygiene). The smaller coloured bubbles indicate retail value sales of private label, whereas larger circles indicate the size of […]
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Mega Brew vs Rivals by Region

As has been widely reported Anheuser-Busch InBev’s acquisition of SABMiller will create a global giant with a leading position in all regions. To see how it compares to its local rivals see the image below. For the actual numbers behind the chart please look at this article we published earlier.
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Measuring Brand Performance by Price Positioning – New Research in Chocolate Confectionery

At the core of marketing snacks is predicting how consumers will respond to different stimuli. How will endorsement help raise sales? What effect does buying chocolate in a boutique vs supermarket have on quality perception? Euromonitor International’s latest research into chocolate confectionery’s brand pricing aims to shed light on these points. In the latest global […]
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General Mills Posts Solid Profit Growth in the US but International Sales Remain Worrying

General Mills has recently announced its first fiscal quarter results revealing net revenue growth of 4% in constant-currency basis and profit growth of 20%, one the highest rates in its recent history. Profit growth came off the back the aggressive cost-cutting measures including trimming the workforce, closure of underperforming manufacturing facilities and ousting of extraneous […]
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Consumer Health at the New Procter & Gamble

With the recently agreed-upon sale of some 40 beauty brands for US$12.5 billion to competitor Coty, Procter & Gamble has taken a major step toward completing its push to drastically shrink the number of brands it manages. The effort, led by second-term CEO AG Lafley, has pushed the company’s consumer health brands closer to the […]
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