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Research on Logistics

Whatever your do, you rely on logistics. Access analysis of the competitive dynamics and corporate finances of the shipping companies, as well as the impact of port activity and shipping rates on your business.


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LatAm The Only Let-Down as Global Trade Climbs 3% in April

Global trade volumes expanded 3% on a year earlier in April, the sixth straight month of growth and the best performance for the month of April on record. The 12 month trailing improvement of 3.1% was the fastest since March 2015 and shows global trade is still healthy. Emerging Asia led the way with 7% growth. More of the same is likely in May after double digit percentage increases in Thailand, the Philippines and South Korea were shown in government figures. One fly in the ointment is that Chinese managers’ outlook for imports have dimmed and are now balanced between growth and contraction. Land-based trade may have slowed – Panjiva analysis shows airfreight grew 9% and seaborne cargoes by 8% for April.

Research on Manufacturing Industries

Learn what trade data can tell you about industries from commodities and food to electronics and autos with concise, regular updates.


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Ikea Looks to Augment the Reality of Growing Imports

Furniture retailer Ikea will roll-out an AR-enhanced retail experience on Apple devices this fall. It may prove to be additive rather than transformative unless its collect-from-store model changes. The U.S. furniture industry is already expanding, with sales rising 5% on a year earlier in the three months to April 30. Imports outstripped this, growing 12% and taking the import share of sales to 48%. Growth in imports has been led by Dorel, which increased shipments by 108% on a year earlier, while Rooms-to-Go and Bob’s grew by 12%. Ikea lagged at 8%, perhaps explaining its desire to build market share through new sales technologies.

Research on Economics

Get the story behind the story with in-depth analysis of what is driving trade in the world’s largest economies.


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Brits’ Bright Outlook Hits 22 Year High as Brexit Doubts Looms

British export optimism hit its highest since 1995 in June, with 13% of managers seeing better-than-expected orders according to the CBI. That follows a 10th straight growth in shipments and elections that led to a hung parliament. The election outcome reduces certainty on the economic outlook but could lead to a more moderate “Brexit” outcome. French managers’ expectations meanwhile were unchanged and remain near six year highs.

Research on Politics

Shifting policies, regulations and trade deals move the goal posts - get the data and facts behind the hype.


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Winner from USDA Action Against Brazilian Beef is American Sales to China

The U.S. Department of Agriculture has suspended Brazilian beef imports due to “recurring” safety issues. That follows a broader scandal around Brazilian exports in March. Yet, U.S. imports of fresh beef from Brazil are minimal at just $16 million or 1.4% of the total in the past 12 months. The issue is whether other markets follow suit. China is the biggest risk – Brazil’s exports have increased to $764 million from zero before August 2015. The move from the USDA comes just as U.S. beef exports to China have restarted under the 100 day trade improvement program.

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