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Australia Retail Report Q2 2016

Australia Retail Report Q2 2016

BMI View: The continuing slump of the Australian dollar will hurt the affordability of imported goodsacross all retail sub-sectors.

Despite that, around 30 midmarket and luxury retailers are planning to enterthe Australian market in 2016, on hopes that the rebound of national currency will add a premium onoverall expected household spending.

The real economic growth will exceed the 2% mark andunemployment rate is bound to decline, however, we expect The Reserve Bank of Australia to preserve itshistorically low 2.0% interest rate policy this year.

Cheaper borrowing will stimulate several major subsectors,mostly, housing & utilities.

Key Views & Developments

A number of well-established Australian retailers across different sub-sectors are facing takeovers in H12016 following consistent financial underperformance.

The list includes home improvement retailerMasters, electronics retailer Dick Smith and furnishing retailers Laura Ashley.

Around 30 international brands are planning to enter the Australian market in 2016, Australian FinancialReview reports. Carolina Herrera and Escada in Melbourne and Breitling and Dolce & Gabbana inSydney are among the headliners in the new wave of luxury retailers.


BMI Industry View
SWOT
Retail SWOT
Industry Forecast
Headline Retail Forecast
Table: Total Household Spending (Australia 2013-2020)
Table: Retail Sector Spending, % Of Total (Australia 2013-2020)
Table: Headline Retail Sector Spending (Australia 2013-2020)
Table: Retail Sector Spending, % of GDP (Australia 2013-2020)
Retail Sector Forecast
Food, Drink And Tobacco
Table: Food, Drink & Tobacco Spending (Australia 2013-2020)
Clothing And Footwear
Table: Clothing & Footwear Spending (Australia 2013-2020)
Household Goods
Table: Household Goods Spending (Australia 2013-2020)
Personal Care And Effects
Table: Personal Care Spending (Australia 2013-2020)
Household Numbers and Income Forecast
Table: Household Income Data (Australia 2013-2020)
Table: Labour Market Data (Australia 2013-2020)
Demographic Forecast
Table: Total Population (Australia 2013-2020)
Table: Population: Babies (Australia 2013-2020)
Table: Population: Young Children (Australia 2013-2020)
Table: Population: Children (Australia 2013-2020)
Table: Population: Young Teens and Older Children (Australia 2013-2020)
Table: Population: Young People (Australia 2013-2020)
Table: Population: Older Teenagers (Australia 2013-2020)
Table: Population: 21yrs + (Australia 2013-2020)
Table: Population: Young Adults (Australia 2013-2020)
Table: Population: Middle Aged (Australia 2013-2020)
Table: Population: Urban (Australia 2013-2020)
Industry Risk Reward Ratings
Developed States Risk/Reward Index
Table: Developed States Retail Risk/Reward Index, Q216
Australia - Risk/Reward Index
Rewards
Risks
Market Overview
Competitive Landscape
Clothing & Footwear
Table: Largest Clothing & Footwear Retail Companies
Household Goods
Table: Largest Homeware and Home Improvement Retailers
Electronics
Table: Largest Electronics Retail Companies
Department Stores
Table: Largest Department Store Chains
Ecommerce
Table: Largest Online Retail Companies
Pharmacies
Table: Largest Pharmacy Chains
Glossary
Methodology
Industry Forecast Methodology
Sources
Risk/Reward Index Methodology
Table: Retail Risk/Reward Index Indicators
Table: Weighting Of Indicators

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