double dip recession

November 7, 2012
Retailing is steaming ahead in 2012, growing at a faster rate than any year since 1999, yet underlying growth between emerging and developed markets is very different. Retail sales in emerging markets are stemming from increasing demand and expansion of the retail network, while growth in developed markets is mainly driven by inflation, with real […]
October 5, 2012
Market research company Euromonitor International analyses industries that did well during the eurozone crisis in France, Italy, and Spain.
August 15, 2012
Since the 2007-2008 financial crisis there have been two major shifts in economic policy in the developed world. The different policies have had contrary effects on rescuing these countries from stagnation. Austerity in Western Europe is doing little to support the increasingly unstable environment, while expansionary fiscal policy has had more success in the developed […]
July 5, 2011
Electrolux, the world’s second largest major appliances manufacturer, announced on June 13th its intention to increase the prices of its appliances by 5-7% across Europe. The price hike is due to come in effect from October 1st 2011, in response to the rising cost of raw materials. Electrolux’s move comes only months after it announced […]
May 2, 2012
The economic environment is having a negative impact on the soft commodities market. Francisco Redruello, senior foods analyst at Euromonitor International, explains that China’s economic slowdown and the UK’s double dip recession fears have led to declines in futures for most commodities. Cocoa, however, is a bright spot due to a surplus from 2011. Download […]

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