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5811 Reports from BMI Research

   
  • United Kingdom Consumer & Retail Q1 2019

    ... growth, coupled with lower real wage growth, on account of rising inflation, expected to weigh onconsumer spending in 2019. The economy is losing momentum as the Brexit deadline approaches and we expect households torespond with ... Read More

  • Asia Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare Q4 2018

    ... However, these markets will no longer providesignificant revenue growth due to aggressive cost-containment. Instead, growth opportunities will be plentiful in emerging markets.We note that due to continued regulatory challenges and a growing focus on cost-efficiency, ... Read More

  • Australia Autos Q4 2018

    ... a weakening of the Australian new vehicle sales market, against a backdrop of falling houseprices and increased political instability. As such, we would caution that there are now growing downside risks to our near-term salesforecasts. Read More

  • Bangladesh Infrastructure Q4 2018

    ... Asia. The country's growing infrastructureand urban development needs are gradually being met by rising levels of foreign investment, especially from China. However,Bangladesh's poor financing, logistics and bureaucratic environment will also pose risks to project implementation. Read More

  • Brazil Consumer Electronics Q4 2018

    ... was however short-lived as the prospect of populist victoryin the October 2018 elections weighed on confidence and saw the real once again depreciate against the US dollar and erodeBrazilian consumer purchasing power for imported consumer ... Read More

  • Brazil Petrochemicals Q4 2018

    ... petrochemicals goods, which will ensure thatdomestic basic petrochemicals capacities remain static. There is still plenty of scope for output growth from existing capacities,although rising oil prices will feed through into higher costs of naphtha feedstock. Read More

  • Cameroon Agribusiness Q4 2018

    ... in the form of a suspension on sugar imports by theCameroonian government until further notice. This is an attempt to minimise the damage to profits of the country's monopolyproducer, the Sugar Society of Cameroon (SOSUCAM). ... Read More

  • Canada Telecommunications Q4 2018

    ... strong fourth operator is unlikely. There are limited M&Aopportunities left, and the market remains fragmented based on legacy regional operating concession footprints which maydemand further deals. The dominance of the big three will be hard ... Read More

  • Caribbean Telecommunications Q4 2018

    ... the more developed markets (although the introduction of 3G is still awaitedin Cuba) and the deployment of fibre to supplement or replace older xDSL-based connectivity. Mergers and acquisitions in recentyears show that there is little ... Read More

  • Central America Agribusiness Q4 2018

    ... inconsistent across the four markets and six countries we track, however, wesee net growth in both production and consumption through to 2022. As a result of rising incomes and growing populations, as wellas an improving ... Read More

  • Central America Food & Drink Q4 2018

    ... particularly as a result of the deteriorating fiscal situation in Costa Rica andheightened political uncertainty in Guatemala. Household spending in Honduras and El Salvador will continue to be driven bysteady remittance inflows. Lower income households ... Read More

  • Czech Republic Banking & Financial Services Q4 2018

    ... GDP growth, monetary tightening, and new mortgagelending restrictions represent headwinds for the sector, particularly banking. The market will continue to be dominated by large, EU-based financial groups, with limited opportunities for domestic or non-EU entrants. Read More

  • El Salvador Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare Q4 2018

    ... for pharmaceutical investment. Despite this, a steady number ofcollaborations with international organisations and businesses is improving the standard of healthcare and raising the long-termgrowth prospects of the country's low penetration of pharmaceuticals and medical equipment. Read More

  • Europe Autos Q4 2018

    ... Eastern European sub-region significantlyoutperforms both the Balkans and the Baltics in terms of vehicle sales volume. The main reason for this is the larger population size,however, higher household spending and rising wages also help the ... Read More

  • France Food & Drink Q4 2018

    ... emerged in September. Casinostated that it had rejected a bid from Carrefour, which denied that it ever made a bid. Consolidation would certainly provide somerelief to retailers saddled with heavy debt loads, unprofitable store locations ... Read More

  • Germany Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare Q4 2018

    ... to services, will continue tosupport this potential. However, we do caution that market access is now challenging, as authorities use a range of cost-containment measures and downward price pressures as a means of controlling state ... Read More

  • Global Telecommunications Q4 2018

    ... and emerging markets, although the enthusiasm ofclients in the operator space will likely be more temperate than was the case with 3G and 4G. The problem is that few compellinguse cases for 5G have been ... Read More

  • Japan Food & Drink Q4 2018

    ... medium-term forecast to 2022. Premiumisation opportunities, however, willcontinue to grow due to high per capita spend on food and drink and consumers spending more on higher quality food and drinkitems. We note that product innovation ... Read More

  • Kuwait Real Estate Q4 2018

    ... rebound in the oil sector. Retail has also witnessed gooddemand for quality spaces as private consumption grows. However, as sluggish movement in reforms and regional instabilitycontinue to overshadow the sector, investors and tenants continue to ... Read More

  • Middle East And North Africa Food & Drink Q4 2018

    ... as structural reforms finally yield positive results in countries such as Egypt. In the medium to longterm, we see diverging trends between developed Gulf markets and their North African counterparts. GCC markets, as well as ... Read More

  • Mozambique Food & Drink Q4 2018

    ... country's economic outlook is set to improve as its large gas resources come online, while multinationalfirms are showing increasing willingness to invest large sums in the construction of plants, such as breweries, as sales increase. Read More

  • Nicaragua Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare Q4 2018

    ... pharmaceutical companies operating in thecountry. Furthermore, the ongoing political crisis and heightened social unrest will exacerbate the risks associated with Nicaragua,further deterring multinational drugmakers from investing in what is already one of the least attractive ... Read More

  • Peru Agribusiness Q4 2018

    ... conducive climate and a prudent workforce with rising levels ofagricultural competitiveness. Rising incomes, growing national levels of consumption and a higher appetite will all support a steadyuptick in agricultural consumption, and production will increase in ... Read More

  • Philippines Petrochemicals Q4 2018

    ... have maintained our annual average polymerconsumption growth forecast for 2018-2022 at 7%, putting it more in line with expected industrial growth rates. Downside risksremain, particularly the increasing violent authoritarianism of President Rodrigo Duterte and significant ... Read More

  • Saudi Arabia Autos Q4 2018

    ... quarter we maintain our downbeat full-year new vehicle salesforecasts. We continue to target a 10.4% contraction for the market as a whole, with passenger vehicle (PV) sales (-12%) tounderperform commercial vehicle (CV) sales (-2.7%) significantly. Read More

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