Potential Impact of COVID-19 on Hard Luxury Goods Market


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COVID-19: What it means for metals manufacturing: PwC
The COVID-19 pandemic and its disruption to industrial production has begun to impact metals production, especially steel. This comes on the heels of a difficult period for the industry in 2019, when it struggled with tariffs and experienced early signs of a demand slowdown.


The Potential Impact of COVID-19 on the REIT Industry
The legislative benefit given to businesses impacted by COVID-19 known as the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES) doesn’t address some of the unique concerns that REITs have regarding taxation and distribution requirements.. Another problem REITs must solve is how to maintain their distribution requirements to investors during this crisis.


Hard Luxury Goods Market Global Industry Analysis, Size …
This report by Transparency Market Research (TMR) attempts to present a comprehensive analysis of the global hard luxury goods market by examining the prominent trends, growth drivers, limitations, and opportunities and the impact of these factors on the demand for hard luxury goods between 2017 and 2022.


Global Hard Luxury Goods Market Size, Share, Industry …
Global hard luxury goods market expected to reach USD 174.49 billion by 2026, at a CAGR of around 10.3% between 2019 and 2026. The world’s economy is strengthening and there has been a significant rise in the count of newly listed high net worth individuals, which are the key factors driving the hard luxury goods market globally.


COVID-19: The Impact on the Cargo Industry
With the Hanjin bankruptcy, most cargo policies provided extra expense coverage as insolvency is listed as a covered peril within the “landing and warehousing” clause. It may prove far more challenging to point to COVID-19 as a covered peril to goods and/or merchandise, and also to avoid cargo policy exclusions such as delay and loss of market.


COVID-19: What it means for the chemicals industry: PwC
Multinational companies should expect potential cash-flow constraints from overseas operations, including cash repatriation complications and irregularities. Cash could also be bottlenecked when goods are paid for but not supplied (or delayed and stranded). Such cash bottlenecks may be more likely to occur in geographies most affected by COVID-19.


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High • The COVID-19 Pandemic has seen certain restrictions placed on the flow of both people and goods across international borders and even locally in Nigeria. People and goods are the lifeblood of all businesses and disruption of these flows, even for a short period, can have a rapid and severe impact on the immediate condition of a business.


Revitalizing Retail Online and Offline after COVID-19
Jim: Can you generally explain the impact of COVID-19 on the retail sector in China? Imke: If you’re talking China retail sales January to May, overall retail sales dropped by 12.5 percent. January was still pretty normal as the crisis started around the end of the month. February and March were really terrible, and in April and May you saw recovery starting.


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2 POLICY BRIEF 01/2020 A Preliminary Assessment of the Socio-economic Impact of Coronavirus (COVID19) on Zimbabwe T he novel coronavirus was first reported as a cluster of cases of pneumonia of unknown cause in Wuhan City, Hubei Province of China on 31 December 2019.