February 14, 2018
Hate it, love it, or love to hate it, Valentine’s Day is a holiday many global consumers share with their significant other, friends and children. In this Vis-App, Euromonitor International explores the future of household types. As markets develop and the population grows, couples choosing to have or not have children is shifting worldwide. Between […]
October 16, 2017
Monday 16th October is World Food Day. End Hunger is one of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals, but with the global population expected to reach 8.5 billion in 2030 the challenge of feeding an increasingly urban population is mounting every year. Learn more about Euromonitor’s CSR efforts around the world
July 17, 2017
Eyewear sales are set to increase by 4% in 2017, posting global value sales of US$ 127 Bn. Daily disposable lenses keep outpacing growth, as consumers increasingly switch to more convenient and comfortable solutions within eyewear. The upcoming merger of giants Essilor International SA and Luxottica Group SpA will create a global leader within the […]
July 17, 2017
Global personal accessories sales are set to increase by 1% in 2017, posting a slightly better performance than the one recorded in 2016. The timid recovery of key categories like Jewellery and Watches, along with strong growth in several markets in Asia Pacific, are some of the reasons behind this improvement. Personal Accessories remains heavily […]
June 27, 2017
In contrast to recent years, consumer confidence has strengthened based on an improving economy, supporting growth, albeit slow growth, in consumer spending. Rising levels of spending have also been reflected in greater comfort in consumer borrowing, but rising household debt has become a concern. High house prices have discouraged younger consumers from jumping on the […]
June 19, 2017
Agriculture is a sector facing challenges in the wake of global warming, population growth and volatile commodity prices. Issues like food security and climate change are increasingly interlinked, with crop yields estimated to decrease in the next decades. Many countries, especially developing ones, have seen their food trade gap significantly increasing, due to protectionist trade […]
June 15, 2017
In recent years, consumers have remained relatively optimistic, at least in their long-term view, reflected by continued growth in spending. However, more recently the volatile Australian dollar has prompted uncertainty and high household debt levels have dampened the willingness to spend in many households. High housing prices remain a concern, threatening to price many first-time […]
May 30, 2017
Despite the uncertainty brought about by the Brexit vote, consumer spending has continued at a robust pace, although many observers believe that households will soon tighten their belts as a result of projected price rises, particularly for food. Younger consumers still face a number of financial challenges, including rising house prices and the burden of […]

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