TFTF | Nov 30, 2020
The fortnight thus far
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Nov 30, 2020
India Economic Monitor
Index of industrial production YoY gap has improved to 8%. In Sep’20 merchandise export has increased by 5% vs Sep’19. Manufacturing PMI has surged to 56.8, highest since Jan’12. How are other sectors performing? Are we headed towards an economic recovery?
[ BCG > Full report here:
Food & Beverage M&A Landscape
71 deals were closed in Q2 2020, up by 8% as compared to Q2 2019. M&A activity in the sector is still predominantly driven by strategic transactions representing 83% of the total deal value over TTM. Businesses with high retail, e-comm & delivery exposure have weathered the pandemic well. How are the other segments performing for the investors?
[ Duff & Phelps > Full report here:
Vision Towards a Responsible Future of Consumption
On the demand side, 94% of consumers have made at least one healthy change since the pandemic, 60% are buying more sustainable or ethical products and on the supply side 66% of businesses feel COVID has strengthened the need for their involvement in social and environmental impact. How can this translate into actions for companies and the eco-system?
[ World Economic Forum > Full report here :
Eights Lessons on How to Get the Growth You Planned
Companies whose growth exceeds that of the GDP have a 50 percent higher survival rate than their peers. 50% of growth transformation initiatives to enhance overall corporate performances have failed to meet their targets. What did they fail? What are the lessons that companies should apply?
[ McKinsey & Co. > Full report here:
2020 Holiday Retail Survey
Shoppers are expected to spend 7% less during the holiday season this year with 38% of them planning to spend fewer YoY due to concerns around economic instability. Know more about how consumers’ anxieties are reshaping their approach towards holiday shopping patterns.
[ Deloitte > Full report here:
Alternative Investments Embrace the New Reality
Diminished team-building culture and lack of social interaction leading to poorer mental health among the top two concerns for hedge funds in the WFH set-up, but have also embraced that it has created opportunities like positive impact on sustainability and operational efficiencies. Know more.
[ KPMG > Full report here:
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