BMI View: We have adjusted down our trade forecasts for the UK following the Brexit vote, in line with a
downgrade of our expectations for the overall macro outlook. The main transmission mechanism within our
five-year forecast period is the FX volatility and stalled ..."
BMI View: Strong growth in imports in particular will boost Romania's freight transport network in 2016
and beyond. A rapid expansion in wages will boost household spending power lending particular support to
air and road freight volumes. Real GDP growth will be secon ..."
BMI View: Air freight will be the fastest growing mode in 2016 although total volume carried by air
remains minor compared to road and rail. The mode will benefit from increased production of
pharmaceutical goods driving exports by air while road and rail will continu ..."
BMI View: The year 2016 will see mixed results for Hungary's freight sector, with rail freight expected to
post strong growth but road haulage volumes expected to slow on the back of a tempering of fixed
investment growth and the migrant crisis. With regard to trade ..."
BMI View: Rising disposable incomes and the tightening of the Czech labour market, which will spur
private consumption growth, are positive indicators of short to medium-term growth across the Czech
Republic's freight modes. Indeed, as consumer demand grows, so too wi ..."
BMI View: We believe that a number of variables are set to assist the GDP growth of Netherlands in 2016,
such as domestic demand bolstered by a recovery in the domestic housing market. Furthermore, German
economic prowess and strength will naturally benefit the Dutch ..."
BMI View: We anticipate continuing investment in transport infrastructure will enhance capacities and
connectivity, and help cater for improving domestic demand, while imports and exports are both growing
steadily. Road will remain the leading transport mode for freig ..."
BMI View: Freight volumes carried across all modes will experience expansion in 2016 and there will be
an increase in throughput across Belgium's main ports. A healthy domestic economy will translate to strong
import demand and recovering European economies will suppo ..."
BMI View: A combination of relatively strong domestic demand and recovering European economies (of
which many are key trade partners) will set the Czech Republic's freight modes in good stead over both the
short and medium term. Low levels of unemployment and inflatio ..."
BMI View: The year 2016 will see mixed results for Hungary's freight sector, with rail freight growing by a
strong 4.3% while growth in road haulage volumes will slow on the back of a tempering of fixed investment
growth and the migrant crisis.
Although we expec ..."