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Global stocks tumble amidst trade war and Brexit uncertainty

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Global stocks tumbled on Tuesday as the trade war between China and the United States escalates further and the British pound weakened amidst political uncertainty in Brexit.

The British pound dropped to its lowest since 2017 as Boris Johnson, British Prime Minister, attempted to hinder the progress of lawmakers in order to prevent a no-deal. 

The most recent escalation in the trade war between the US and China has been the imposition of 15 per cent tariffs on a range of Chinese goods. As a response to the new tariffs, China too imposed duties on US crude oil being imported to China. 

While President Donald Trump said that both parties will sit together for a discussion on the situation, the trade tensions between the two nations do not seem to subside.

On Monday, the Chinese Commerce Ministry said that it had filed a complaint against the United States at the World Trade Organisation as the latest tariffs went against the agreement reached by the two sides in a meeting in Osaka. The industrial sector of China has been affected by the trade war as many are being influenced by the tariffs as well as the weakening yuan. 

Senior strategist at Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Asset Management, Hiroyuki Ueno, said in a statement that there is little hope that the trade war between the two nations will end. However, he added that stock prices will not fall too steeply if the US economy stays strong. 

Major investors are waiting for the manufacturing survey of the Institute for Supply Management (ISM) which would be out on Tuesday. The ISM index has remained over 50 even though the manufacturing sector of the United States seems to slow down.

The British pound dropped 0.58 per cent in the currency market. Prime Minister Johnson said implicitly on Monday that he would go for an election on October 14 if the lawmakers prevent him from pursuing no-deal Brexit.

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Market Trends: How This latest Pandemic Will Affect Residential Real Estate Market

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Effect of COVID-19 on Global Residential Real Estate Market 

The coronavirus pandemic’s consequences are tremors being felt all around the globe, especially by the real estate industry. The real estate market is segmented into four categories- housing, retail, hospitality, and commercial. Most listed real estate companies suffer from a crunch in consumer demand and take massive losses to their businesses. However, it is unclear how the crisis will affect the real estate business in the long term, but one thing stands clear above all other speculations. There will be no significant changes in the market for residential real estate.

Experts anticipate the global Residential Real Estate market grow at a noteworthy rate during the studied period, between 2020 and 2028. In 2020-2021, the market is predicted to be growing at a constant rate. With key players making their moves and prominently choosing their strategy, the market is expected to even further over the projected period.

Highlights:

  • The Global Residential Real Estate Market 2020-2022 is an industry research report that offers a thorough and intensive look into the functioning of the residential real estate market until the year 2028
  • The coronavirus pandemic continues to send tremors that are being felt all around the globe, especially by the real estate industry, with most listed real estate companies are suffering from a crunch in consumer demand and taking massive losses to their businesses
  • Some of the key industry players discussed in this study are New Sobha Limited, DLF Properties, Godrej Properties, World Development Company Limited, Keller Williams Realty, CBRE Group, Inc., 
  • The regions studied in this report are Asia-Pacific, Europe, North and Latin America, and southeast Africa
  • This report also provides in-depth knowledge on supply and demand figures, states export/import expenditure, cost, revenue, price, and total gross margins

Recent research on the global residential real estate industry offers a thorough and intensive look into the residential real estate market’s functioning. The study has been named a “global Residential Real Estate Market research for 2020-2021”, it forecasts the overall operation and growth until the year 2027-2028. This report studies the effect different active and passive factors have on market development and other key markers.

The following report of the global residential real estate market focuses on the industry demand, size, global trend, share, growth, business statistics, top contenders, and business methodology forecasting until 2028

The Global Residential Real Estate market 2020-2021 research provides us with a first survey of the industry, including all its different applications, definitions, industry chain structure, and classifications. The Global Residential Real Estate Market Share analysis is produced, keeping in mind all the variables that affect international markets and their development courses, competitive panorama analysis, and regional critical development status through the projected period of observation. Manufacturing processes, as well as cost structures and development plans and policies, are also analyzed in this survey to help business enthusiasts or owners better understand the nitty-gritty involved with real estate business linked to that particular region exclusively.

Names of some of the key industry players discussed in this study are:

  1. Sobha Properties
  2. New World Development Company Limited
  3. Key One Real estate 
  4. BHomes
  5. DLF Properties
  6. Simon Property Group
  7. Soundcloud promotion
  8. MAX Properties
  9. Colliers International
  10. EPA Real Estate
  11. Jones Lang LaSalle Inc
  12. Weyerhaeuser
  13. Newmark Grubb Knight Frank

The regions studied in this report are:

  1. North and Latin America
  2. Europe
  3. Asia-Pacific America
  4. Middle East Africa

Experts came up with this report to understand that it will help understand the residential real estate market and help businesses choose the best strategies for business expansion. Their strategy analysis section provides readers with much-needed insights from marketing channels and market positioning to potential growth strategies. 

 

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Market Trends: How This latest Pandemic Will Affect Web Hosting Services Market

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How this pandemic will effect global web hosting services market

The global web hosting services market that evaluated $60 billion in 2019 and this industry could grow at a rate of 16% between 2020 to 2028.

Highlights:

  • Global web hosting services market was valued at $56.7 billion in 2019
  • Web hosting services market is expected to grow at a rate of 16% between 2020 to 2028
  • The market report also delves into studying big firms like Google LLC, Amazon Web Services, Alibaba Cloud, etc.

According to the report, web hosting services can be classified into different categories, such as colocation, shared, Virtual Private Server (VPS), and dedicated. Web Hosting Services performs the vital job of allowing businesses and individuals to influence a website on the web and post their business-related and personalized content. A rising number of companies have spread worldwide, making it very difficult to have a lasting impact on a fleeting life under the constant onslaught of information on the internet. This is where web hosting services play their part as they are expected to strengthen market growth over the studied forecast period. Companies publish their websites on the internet, optimizing it to certain keywords to increase their presence and availability online, as well as use the internet for marketing the commodities they sell at an affordable advertising cost, unlike traditional marketing. It also reduces waste that is often a big problem following the traditional marketing rules.

An example of such a web hosting company is GoDaddy Operating Company LLC. 

The global web hosting services market was estimated at around $60 billion in 2019 and is expected to grow even more rapidly in the future.

In revenue terms, the report talks about hows and how much in the following categories:

  1. Deployment: The public segment dominated this market with a share of 44% in 2019. This high share is due to the reasons such as higher returns and low cost on offers of cloud functions.
  2. Type: Shared hosting category dominated this market with a 38% revenue share in 2020. This high percentage was attributed to higher usage by smaller and medium businesses, such as startups.
  3. End-User: The enterprise segment dominated this market with a share of 91% in 2019. This high growing market potential can be credited to the increasing tendency of businesses to expand their marketability via the internet.
  4. Application: The public website segment dominated this part of the web hosting market with a share of 55% in 2019. This high share is since most websites are easily accessible to anyone on the web.
  5. Regional: North America dominated the market with a share of 35.28% in total revenue in 2019 since the US has a very high number of websites popping up on the internet. The percentage was guaranteed with firms like Google LLC, Amazon Web Services, GoDaddy Operating Company, LLC, all big names based in the US.

Europe and Asia is also estimated to grow by 16% between 2020-2028.

The market report also delves into studying big firms like Bluehost, Namecheap hosting, Webhost, Easy WP, Amazon Web Services, 1&1 IONOS Inc., Liquid Web, LLC, GoDaddy Hosting company LLC, Google LLC, Endurance International Group, WPEngine Inc., LLC, Hetzner Online GmbH, Alibaba Cloud, Equinix Inc, etc., and how they used WHS to progress into their business ventures.

The report also covers aspects and segments of from 2017-2028 in the following headlines, like above:

  • Type
  • Deployment
  • Regional
  • Application
  • End-User
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Recovery on a Pause for Labour Market in the U.S. Amid a Resurgence in Covid Cases

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  • The unemployment rate fell by nearly 1% point to 10.2%
  • People are returning to low wage jobs at restaurants and retailers in major cities
  • Many companies are having reduced their workforce by nearly 15%

An end to the key relief program

The employment growth in the United States has declined considerably in July encompassing increasing cases of viral infections.

The employment report released on Friday by the Labour department has put another pressure on the White House and Congress to come up with another deal after the $600 weekly unemployment benefit supplement expired last Friday.

Companies are levelling off their labour force

Several companies sustained a complicated period by securing loans from the government. Although companies like Amazon, Amazon Inc., Alphabet Inc, Ford Motor Co., and D.R. Horton Inc, hired a number of employees, a lot of industries are preparing to dismiss a proportion of their workforce. American Airline Group said that 25,000 jobs are at risk when aid expires and the United Airlines Group Inc. said it would lay off one-third of its pilots.

White House economic advisor continued to call the economic recovery ‘V-shaped’. He said that the executive orders by the Trump administration will set up certain priorities which include cutting off the payroll tax and eviction moratorium.

No straight curve close at hand

According to the data released by the Labour Department on Friday, about 1.76 million jobs were added in July by the employers. This is nearly 300,000 more than the economists’ anticipations. nonfarm payrolls rose by 1.763 million jobs last month after a record 4.791 million in June. The overall rates of employment are almost triple that of the pre-crisis level.  

With no vaccine yet in sight, situations are trembling in the States. Millions of people have lost their jobs amid the Coronavirus. Almost 8 million of the total 16.3 million unemployed individuals had been out of work for more than 15 weeks, since the pandemic lead-off.

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