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Research on Logistics

Whatever your do, you rely on logistics. Access analysis of the competitive dynamics and corporate finances of the shipping companies, as well as the impact of port activity and shipping rates on your business.

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Tariffs The Least of Hong Kong’s Worries as Port Volumes Slide

Container handling growth at Chinese ports likely slowed in May after volumes handled by COSCO Shipping Ports’ facilities grew by 4% in May from 8% on a year earlier in April. That’s markedly slower than China’s broader international trade growth and features a two-speed economy – Bohai Rim and Southwest ports saw double digit growth while Yangtze and Pearl River declined. The latter was due to an 11% slump in handling at HIT in Hong Kong which more broadly saw a 5% decline. The emerging trade battle between China and the U.S. won’t help though the impact shouldn’t be overstated given U.S.-bound traffic accounted for just 4% of total volumes in the past 12 months.

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Research on Manufacturing Industries

Learn what trade data can tell you about industries from commodities and food to electronics and autos with concise, regular updates.

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Daimler Facing Triple Whammy With China-U.S. Tariff War, NAFTA On The Road Ahead

Automaker Daimler has cut its earnings guidance due to concerns about lower car sales in China resulting from retaliatory duties against America’s section 301 tariffs. In reality it faces three trade regulation risks in its supply chain. (1) The China tariffs alone could affect $3.2 billion of exports from the U.S. of which 98% are cars. (2) The Trump administration’s section 232 national security review of the auto industry could also have a detrimental effect on its European exports. So far it doesn’t appear worried –  seaborne imports to the U.S. increased by just 4% on a year earlier in the three months to May 31. Germany is a particular challenge given President Trump’s apparent animus regarding Mercedes Benz as it represented 75% of containerized imports. (3) NAFTA negotiations, and in particular rules of origin, could also disrupt its global supply chain. In that instance it is the commercial vehicle sector that faces the most risk with Mexican exports of its semi-tractors worth $4.9 billion in the past 12 months.

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Research on Economics

Get the story behind the story with in-depth analysis of what is driving trade in the world’s largest economies.

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Fedex Profitability Fell in 4Q, Faces Tariff Risks to Recovery Outlook

Freight forwarder Fedex reported 10% revenue growth in its fiscal 4Q (to May 30) which was ahead of the 12% expected by analysts for the forwarder sector for the June quarter. Fedex’s improvement included a 16% rise in freight revenues which in turn was driven by an 8% increase in revenues per shipment. The latter was likely due to improved market share discipline – its U.S. seaborne imports fell 2% in the quarter vs. a 3% rise for the sector. Yet, that was not enough to offset a 0.5% point drop in its EBITDA margin on a year earlier, a fate analysts also forecast for the rest of the sector. While the company expects a 0.7% point improvement in profitability in the coming four quarters, it is wary of risks from rising protectionism with CEO Fred Smith highlighting “threats that diminish the free flow of goods”. Reduced trade volumes may increase competition, leading to lower rather than higher profitability this year for the sector at large.

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Research on Politics

Shifting policies, regulations and trade deals move the goal posts - get the data and facts behind the hype.

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China Faces Another Grilling as Steel Racking Exports Are Investigated

The U.S. ITC has received a petition to investigate alleged dumping of steel racking from China. That’s the first petition in a month and covers products that were not included in either the section 232 review of steel and section 301 duties on Chinese exports. There may be more of the same sort of case to follow. Imports of products from China, like shelving, that are assembled from coated steel, reached $1.5 billion in the past 12 months. The growth in imports is accelerating with a 16% rise in the three months to April 30 on a year earlier following 15% growth in 2017.

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