BMI View: The recovery in Italy's retail sector will remain slow and fragile. Over the short term,
consumers will benefit from the disinflationary environment, government tax cuts and low interest rates.
However, the difficult labour market situation and tepid economi ..."
"The Future of Retailing in Italy to 2020" is based upon an extensive, cross-country, industry research program which brings together Verdict Retail's research, modeling, and analysis expertise in order to develop uniquely detailed market data. ..."
BMI View: An improvement in Italy's economic climate, albeit gradual, should support positive growth in
insurance spending through our forecast period to 2020. Helped by low interest rates, Italian households
are gradually starting to spend money again, a trend which ..."
BMI View:Italy is on track to extend its output growth to 2016 and 2017. Benefitted by favourable
conditions in the international markets, the Italian households will act more confidently and boost the
demand for retail goods. As a response, more retailers are plannin ..."
Online retailing is growing significantly compared to other channels in the country, as more and more consumers become comfortable looking for product information and making purchases online. Furthermore, a rise in the number of connected consu ..."
The economic crises had a significant impact on consumer purchasing behavior, as they reduce their spending and look out for better deals. Consumers are shifting from hypermarkets towards convenience stores and discount supermarkets, and are lo ..."
Due to long recession and sluggish economic growth, price has become one of the key drivers for purchases. Italians are postponing their big-ticket electronic purchases, and the retail market for electrical and electronics is falling both in va ..."
Italian fashion designers are renowned for their craftsmen culture. However, with a weakening economy, rising unemployment, and lower household income, the clothing category witnessed a negative growth, with a declining CAGR of -1.15% over 2009 ..."
With a share of 7.2% of the overall Italian retail market, home and garden products is estimated to reach EUR24 billion by 2019, registering a CAGR of 0.15% over 2014-2019. Depressing economic conditions, reduced consumer confidence levels, and ..."
The Italian economy has been reeling under economic strain since the third quarter of 2011 and the country's GDP witnessed a sluggish growth of 0.4% in 2014 as compared to 2013 to reach EUR1,616 billion. However shoppers continue to remain caut ..."