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July 20, 2014

Survey Shows Regional Differences in Bathing Habits Around the World

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A look at global bathing habits and routines, including showers, baths, and shampooing, using results from Euromonitor International's Personal Appearances Survey drawn from 6,600 online consumers in 16 major markets in 2014.

 

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July 17, 2014

The Real Cost of Cocoa

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The rising cost of cocoa has been touted by manufacturers as one of the biggest challenges to maintaining healthy profit margins. By 2020, some are forecasting the price of cocoa to be double at US$6000/tonne. If rising prices were not passed on to consumers and absorbed by the manufacturer, the manufacturer’s mark-up on 100g of chocolate would fall from US$0.44 to US$0.37, a decline of 16%. Yet this mark-up is still twice the amount that cocoa costs the consumer when they buy 100g of chocolate.

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July 12, 2014

Where is Youth Unemployment Rising and Falling Globally?

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Young people aged 15-24 are a key consumer group, which have been badly hit by unemployment in most countries since the start of the global economic downturn in 2008 and the profits of many consumer goods companies have been hit as a result. Western Europe had the highest average youth unemployment rate in 2013 at 21.7% of the economically active population aged 15-24. Yet many emerging markets like South Africa and Chile saw their youth unemployment rates decline from 2008-2013.

 

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How Affordable is Beer Around the World?

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Affordability of beer in emerging markets is the key to accessing low-income consumers in low-base markets. Attaining affordability will allow for further expansion in volume sales beyond the pool of middle-income consumers and help offset stagnant or declining volume markets in the developed world.

 

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July 11, 2014

Silicone Struggles to Take Off in Key Homewares Categories

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Silicone enjoys several important advantages over more traditional material, such as ceramic, glass and metal, in the kitchen. It is more flexible, more durable, easier to clean, more versatile and requires little storage space as it can be rolled up. Silicone also enables manufacturers to provide consumers with more options in terms of colour, shape and design than traditional cookware materials. Despite of these advantages, consumers remain lukewarm towards silicone.

 

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July 8, 2014

Predicting the Winner of the 2014 World Cup

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With some of the pre-tournament favourites out of the competition, this is turning into a very unpredictable and exciting World Cup. However, despite the long odds, Euromonitor International put their data analysis skills to the test by developing a model predicting the winner of the FIFA World Cup Trophy.

The approach had to be quick, simple and effective. Our Centre for Analytics, Modelling and Innovation team had only a week to develop it. They decided to use historic World Cup data as it is both readily available and not biased by the outcome of friendly or regional competitions.

When we looked at the model’s results against those of actual match results for the first two rounds, its accuracy rate was of 70% or two out of three games. The model did not predict Spain going out, but then again predicting the end of an era might be asking too much!

CAMI is a modelling-driven business intelligence resource combining Euromonitor’s industry knowledge with innovative methods in statistics, economics, data science and data visualisation.

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July 7, 2014

The EU's Big 5 Economies

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The EU’s big 5 economies – France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the UK – dominate the EU by dint of their sheer size, accounting for 71% of GDP in 2013. However, they are by no means the top performers in the EU. France, the UK and Spain all have budget deficits larger than the EU average, whilst Germany is the only one of the five to run a current account surplus. The UK has above average inflation and all five economies fall outside of the EU’s biggest-spending economies.
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July 4, 2014

Ancillary Revenues—Success Driver for Airlines in APAC

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Ancillary revenues will continue to grow in importance for carriers of all types. Following LCCs, scheduled airlines are shifting towards generation of more ancillary revenues focusing on other types of services, where penetration is still small and a world of untapped revenue potential exists. Ancillary revenues present a major opportunity for airlines to boost overall cash flow from luggage, seat allocation, food/drink to in-flight technology with opportunities for further innovation.

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July 3, 2014

Economic Inequalities to Impact Brazil’s Consumer Market Growth Potential

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Brazil has Latin America’s largest consumer market with rising incomes and an expanding middle class. However, economic inequalities persist, as the industrialised southern states charge ahead with higher income and spending. Inequality, coupled with high inflation and rising interest rates, can hamper the country’s consumer market expansion. Over 2014-2030, real consumer spending growth is set to slow to an average 3.9% per year, from average 5.2% per year recorded over 2008-2013.

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June 29, 2014

The Rising Importance of Single Person Households Globally

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Euromonitor predicts that single person households will be the fastest growing household profile in 2014-2030 worldwide. They are already the dominant profile in Western Europe and North America. Couples with children prevail in emerging markets but single person households will increase in line with shifting cultural attitudes and rising female employment. This will equate to more demand for smaller household products and services aimed at the solo consumer.

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Survey Shows Regional Differences in Bathing Habits Around the World

The Real Cost of Cocoa

Where is Youth Unemployment Rising and Falling Globally?

How Affordable is Beer Around the World?

Silicone Struggles to Take Off in Key Homewares Categories

Predicting the Winner of the 2014 World Cup

The EU's Big 5 Economies

Ancillary Revenues—Success Driver for Airlines in APAC

Economic Inequalities to Impact Brazil’s Consumer Market Growth Potential

The Rising Importance of Single Person Households Globally