BMI View: Singapore's economy continues to suffer from the slowdown in its key export markets as well as
ongoing weakness in its domestic manufacturing and construction sectors. This has resulted in gradually
softening consumer sentiment, while traditional brick and m ..."
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BMI View: Exposure to international financial and product markets will cause a slowdown in Singapore's
economy. Worsened consumer sentiment will negatively affect retail sales and push smaller, niche retailers
out of the market. However, the shift towards e-commerce w ..."
BMI View: We see little prospects for a significant recovery in Singapore's economic growth over the
coming year, amid poor external demand conditions and ongoing domestic structural difficulties. Following
a 2.1% expansion in 2015, we hold our forecast for real GDP g ..."
BMI View: Despite short-term headwinds, we believe that strong economic fundamentals will continue to
drive growth in Singapore's retail market. We forecast headline household spending to increase by a
compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.9% over the next five year ..."
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BMI View: Despite being a small country and economy, with a population of around 5mn, Singapore has
seen robust growth compared with other regional countries. The expected growth in the economy is likely to
translate to higher levels of income and spending levels of t ..."
BMI View: We believe that the Singaporean retail sector is well positioned for growth over the next few
years on the back of a low unemployment rate, rising disposable income and a strong tourism industry. As
such, we are forecasting a strong rise in household spendin ..."
BMI View: Despite disappointing levels of economic growth over 2014, Singapore's disposable incomes
have continued to rise, unemployed has remained low and the tourism sector remains robust. As a result of
this, we forecast further growth in the retail sector over the ..."
BMI View: The Singapore economy will continue to face headwinds owing to both domestic (particularly
the ongoing economic restructuring) and external issues, including the slowdown in the Chinese economy.
Nevertheless, the retail sector will continue to grow over the ..."