Luxury goods Aaron Fischer, CFA Regional Head of Consumer and Gaming Research [email protected] () Contents. MUMBAI: CLSA has maintained sell rating on Bank of India and lowered target price to Rs 90 from Rs citing weak asset quality and return. The other one of course is the fact that there is that dip come by in the GST tax collections and the government has already announced a higher.

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Display of clsw and being a VIP Success is highly regarded, so is being rich and famous. Hang Seng Index’s consumer goods sub index has slipped 8 percent since November last year.

Without limiting any of the foregoing, in no event shall MSCI, any of its affiliates or any third party involved in, or related to, computing or compiling the information have any liability for any damages of any kind. While for luxury cars, consumers in the age group are more dominant.

Chinese to buy 44% of luxury goods by CLSA

Hermes in China, for example, does not have a central buyer, so the product offering is different for each store. Banks in China have been raising credit limits, but payable credit in the country grew even faster.

The Chinese luxury customer is unique in many ways and, in this report, we identify eight differences between the wealthy Chinese and their overseas counterparts.

From head to toe Luxury goods Luxury services As the Chinese saying goes, daily life is all about clothes, food, accommodation and travel.

Luxury brands cannot ignore the preferences of Chinese buyers any more, with several under pressure to open more retail outlets in Dippes. More trading up As income rises, we expect consumers to trade up to premium alcohol and this should drive growth in the prestige local spirits and the more expensive wine and spirit segments in general.


China’s growing middle class continues to dip itself in gold

Asia contributes dipepd percent of its sales while Greater China accounts for about 17 percent of the total. Fischer said he was “surprised” by the declines. Rolls-Royce has also outfitted vehicles with options such as gold-plated Spirit of Ecstasy hood aaron.

Do you agree with the following? As China’s middle class grows, and luxury items become the norm, gold will continue to be consumed voraciously, say analysts. Chinese affluent are also willing to pay to get the best out of other elements of life, including eating, sleeping, and even match-making.

As of now, most luxury stores are still concentrated in Tier-1 and Tier-2 cities in China, based on our review of 24 luxury brands network.

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For example, cashmere products are made in Mongolia or Nepal. Plans to more than double its store network tofrom now via acquisitions.

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It is only a matter of time jn Chinese luxury brands are established at home. L’Occitane, the French beauty product maker that went public in the city last year, has enjoyed a 40 percent rally in its share price since its Hong Kong IPO. In contrast, European products are known to be elegant and carefully handcrafted.

Department stores are still popular in China for luxury goods Luxury exposure via retailers is easier to attain in China as the majority of luxury brands are sold in gld stores as against free-standing flagship stores in other markets. And, retail jewellery chains are expanding to smaller cities and districts to keep up with demand. Sparkling wine is also expanding quickly, but so far China is still a relatively small market for champagne. The World Gold Council reports that mainland Chinese demand for gold in the 12 months ended 3Q10 reached This implies a market size of 74bn bymaking China the largest domestic market in the world.


Chinese consumers will snap up 44 percent of luxury goods sold in the world byup from 15 percent inaccording good a report released by Hong Kong-based investment bank CLSA Asia-Pacific Markets. Company website 19 January aaron. The Red Eight and the Chinese customer Luxury goods Travel is key threat for retailers The 31 store managers we surveyed also named overseas demand as the top competitive force in luxury skincare and accessories.

This year so far has been one of growth, up There are two large listed brand owners – Ports Design and Trinity plus Evergreen which sells at slightly lower price points. But it remains highly fragmented and the lack of premium local Chinese brands creates a tremendous opportunity for foreign companies. Where any part of the information, opinions i estimates contained herein reflects the views and opinions of a sales person or a non-analyst, such views and opinions may not correspond to the published view of the CLSA research group.

Chinese customers like to receive gifts from luxury boutiques. The brand is not doing much advertising in China for now and we do not see much comment in local media or internet communities.

Hurun Research Institute Our CLSA proprietary luxury-goods survey shows that people in the age group are the drivers of accessories and skincare demand.

They want people who are going to further the profitable relationships and revolving door with the powerful, private interests. The following interview is as good a reason as any why that is. Lastly, consumers just generally have higher propensity to spend while travelling on vacation and during holiday seasons.

For a country whose gold production in the first four months of reached

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