Luxury Goods Market Research Reports and Industry Size, Share

Luxury Goods in Hong Kong, China

Dec-2016 | Euromonitor International | Pages : 84 | Code : MRS-96421 | 790

After a tough year in 2015, luxury goods in Hong Kong continued to suffer as luxury spending remained low in 2016. The high exchange value of the Hong Kong dollar continued to weaken Hong Kong’s position as a luxury retail destination as the territory’s price advantage was diminished. Hong Kong Read more

Luxury Goods in Malaysia

Dec-2016 | Euromonitor International | Pages : 73 | Code : MRS-96418 | 790

In 2016, Malaysia recorded slower GDP growth of just 5%. This, along with the rising cost of living and the weaker Malaysian ringgit, affected the performance of various luxury goods categories as consumers reined in their spending. Euromonitor International's Luxury Goods in Malaysia report o Read more

Luxury Goods in the United Kingdom

Dec-2016 | Euromonitor International | Pages : 82 | Code : MRS-96383 | 790

Michael Kors, Burberry or Hugo Boss are developing ready-to-wear products that can be bought just after their runway shows. This is a new concept that generates greater excitement and anticipation around the brand, products and new collections. In the latest Hugo Boss catwalk, the company unvei Read more

Luxury Goods in the Netherlands

Nov-2016 | Euromonitor International | Pages : 80 | Code : MRS-96382 | 790

Luxury goods increased in 2016, but at a slower pace than previously expected. With continued mixed signals concerning the performance of the Dutch economy, many consumers remained cautious about spending high amounts on luxury goods. Whilst the number of tourists visiting the Netherlands conti Read more

Luxury Goods in Italy

Dec-2016 | Euromonitor International | Pages : 87 | Code : MRS-96381 | 790

Overall luxury goods saw muted current value growth in 2016 over the previous year, with this in line with the review period CAGR. Growth was however constrained by deflation in the year, with value growth at constant 2016 prices being more than double that of the review period CAGR. Growth was Read more

Luxury Goods in France

Nov-2016 | Euromonitor International | Pages : 88 | Code : MRS-96380 | 790

Luxury goods posted low but still positive current value growth in 2016. In comparison with the review period it saw a worse performance. From November 2015 France was plagued by terrorist attacks, with incidents in Paris, Nice and other parts of the country. The social context was also tense, Read more

Luxury Goods in Canada

Nov-2016 | Euromonitor International | Pages : 85 | Code : MRS-96379 | 790

Luxury goods continued to see a strong performance at the end of the review period, with current value growth in 2016 being slightly stronger in comparison to the review period CAGR. Sales are benefiting from a number of factors, including widening brand and product ranges and low credit rates. Read more

Luxury Goods 2017: New Insights and System Refresher

Dec-2016 | Euromonitor International | Pages : 31 | Code : MRS-96378 | 850

This report offers a tour of the new luxury goods system, giving an overview of changes and improvements made to the 2017 edition. It also features key insights and the latest trends in luxury goods around the globe in 2016 including leading luxury players, the evolution of convenience in luxur Read more

Luxury Goods in Romania

Dec-2016 | Euromonitor International | Pages : 65 | Code : MRS-96342 | 790

After being severely hit by financial crises, Romania is back on track and the entire economy is largely back where it left off before the crises. This is also valid for luxury goods for which the review period showed impressive growth rates originating from a rebound from crisis collapse. This Read more

Luxury Goods in South Korea

Dec-2016 | Euromonitor International | Pages : 77 | Code : MRS-96340 | 790

Luxury goods maintained healthy current value sales growth in 2016. Although the global economic downturn impacted multiple industries in South Korea, luxury goods prospered as consumers showed increasingly sophisticated tastes. Companies diversified their brands ranges while the flows of Chine Read more

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