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5811 Reports from BMI Research

  • United Kingdom Autos Q4 2018

    ... by continued stagnation in consumer confidence, as well as weakness in household spending power dueto a combination of falling household earnings and historically weak savings rates. Furthermore, as the scrappage schemes are stillonly on offer ... Read More

  • United States Agribusiness Q4 2018

    ... the upside. Livestock will see some mild improvement in production growth in2018, owing to the poultry and beef sectors, while we have revised up our soybean and corn production forecasts for 2017/18. Ourview on the ... Read More

  • Venezuela Agribusiness Q4 2018

    ... government mismanagement.Venezuela's economy will continue to be under extreme downward pressure in 2018 and 2019 amid hyperinflation and severelyweakened public and private finances among others. The economy's growing headwinds will continue to weigh on agriculturalproduction ... Read More

  • Zambia Consumer & Retail Q4 2018

    ... Q4 2018 Key View: A stronger economy will underpin faster growth in private consumption and retail spending in Zambia over the comingquarters. However, limited growth in agricultural incomes will cap the upside for consumer spending. Read More

  • Italy Medical Devices Q4 2018

    ... cost-containment measures will restrict market growth. Despite falling hospital debt, small companieswill continue to deal with a notorious amount of red tape and payment delays in the public sector, which represents about 70% ofthe market. Read More

  • Kenya Medical Devices Q4 2018

    ... the Kenyan shilling. The market will remain heavily reliant onimports due to domestic manufacturers focusing on basic consumables. The Equitable Division of Revenue Bill and ambitions ofachieving universal healthcare coverage will benefit medical device manufacturers. Read More

  • Latin America Medical Devices Q4 2018

    ... best performer, despite threats posed by trade negotiations, particularlybetween Mexico and the US. The MERCOSUR region will be driven by a slow recovery in Brazil, but hindered by the recession inArgentina and substantial market restrictions ... Read More

  • Sub-Saharan Africa Medical Devices Q4 2018

    ... GDP growth reading reflecting that it has entered into a technical recession,poses downside risks. The SSA market will remain heavily reliant on imports and international aid and funding, thereforemultinationals will continue to strengthen their presence. ... Read More

  • Switzerland Medical Devices Q4 2018

    ... low single-digitgrowth in US dollar terms due to local currency depreciation. Accelerating economic growth, favourable tax rates, high demand forsophisticated products and continued investment in medtech start-ups, will boost growth in the medical technology sector. Read More

  • Australia Freight Transport and Shipping Q4 2018

    ... all freight modes in 2018 and over the five years to 2022. We notethat Australia is looking to strengthen its bilateral trading relationships with partners such as the UK, Indonesia and Peru as well asthe ... Read More

  • Egypt Freight Transport and Shipping Q4 2018

    ... volumes in the coming years.However, persistently high inflation and interest rates will cap the expansion in household spending and thus limit the pace ofgrowth in internal trade volumes. Booming gas production will support export volumes. Read More

  • Peru Freight Transport and Shipping Q4 2018

    ... years.Export growth will be supported by rebounding mining output, while imports will be boosted by increased demand for buildingmaterials as reconstruction after 2017's devastating floods gathers pace. Meanwhile, plans for a bi-oceanic railway are gatheringpace. Read More

  • Singapore Freight Transport and Shipping Q4 2018

    ... level of box and tonnage throughput growth as these modes reach something approaching fullcapacity, making large levels of growth hard. A global trade war is currently the largest obstacle facing Singapore’s freight industry,which serves the ... Read More

  • Turkey Freight Transport and Shipping Q4 2018

    ... freight transport. Longer term, growth will remain positive, albeit slower than in recent years.Significant investment into transport infrastructure, aided by China's Belt & Road strategy, will help to underpin a long-term,structural rise in freight volumes. Read More

  • Vietnam Freight Transport and Shipping Q4 2018

    ... sector, which is poised to see sustained robust growth on theback of sustained government efforts to further open up trade and speed up the privatisation of state-owned enterprises, which willprovide a large degree of support ... Read More

  • United States Autos Q4 2018

    ... morethan previously expected as the switch to SUVs maintains momentum. As a result of this swing, we also expect light truck sales togrow more than expected, and have revised our forecast up to 5.0% growth. Read More

  • Argentina Renewables Q4 2018

    ... renewable energyindustry. Argentina's attractiveness in terms of power demand, natural resources and supportive policies - however - has to beweighed against heightened economic risks; the peso has depreciated heavily over the past few months despite ... Read More

  • Australia Agribusiness Q4 2018

    ... and strong external demand. However, the sector's future success willbe somewhat held back by increasing production costs. The country will face some serious structural challenges over the long term,including extreme weather events caused by climate ... Read More

  • Austria Banking & Financial Services Q4 2018

    ... management companies and competitive insurance providers. The banking sector hasstabilised over recent years, having reduced exposure bad debts, and while growth in the domestic market is slow, access to fastergrowing regional markets should boost prospects. Read More

  • Austria Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare Q4 2018

    ... sizecompared to its EU partners. However, like its eurozone neighbours, we believe Austria's pharmaceutical spending will be subduedover the medium term, as states scramble to contain rising pharmaceutical expenditure in line with increasing healthcare demands. Read More

  • Bahrain Insurance Q4 2018

    ... life segment, three multi-national groups are the dominant providers of protection andsavings solutions to the expatriate workers on whom the economy depends. Overall, the total insurance market is growing by anaverage of 6.5% per annum ... Read More

  • Bangladesh Banking & Financial Services Q4 2018

    ... amid immense political uncertainty as national elections could become a flashpoint forinstability. Asset quality is deteriorating while liquidity is under pressure due to low interest rates, which have encouraged borrowingbut prompted savers to look elsewhere ... Read More

  • Brazil Renewables Q4 2018

    ... energy generated in the country. Our forecasts for therenewables sector remain relatively conservative. While Brazil is well suited to the development of greater renewables capacity,there are some challenges facing the industry, including limited access to ... Read More

  • Jamaica Insurance Q4 2018

    ... this is that the life insurancecompanies should consolidate their positions a key providers of savings (and protection) solutions to households that can afford lifeinsurance. In the non-life segment, volumes and prices should rise for motor ... Read More

  • China Infrastructure Q4 2018

    ... absolute values given its position as the largest market globally. Growth will be supported bythe government’s efforts to invest in infrastructure that improves the quality of life in various local cities, particularly in the ruralareas. Read More

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