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  • C
    • November 2016
      Source: PricewaterhouseCoopers
      Uploaded by: Knoema
      Accessed On: 18 May, 2018
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      Digital advertising components such as online television, online radio, digital newspaper, digital consumer magazine, digital trade magazine and digital directory advertising are included in the respective segments and in the Internet advertising segment but only once in the overall total to avoid double counting. In addition, consumer spending on radio licence fees is included in both the TV and video and the radio segment but only once in the overall total.
  • P
    • June 2018
      Source: PricewaterhouseCoopers
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      Accessed On: 01 August, 2018
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      The information presented in this dataset is an analysis of deals in the Consumer Markets industry where the target company, the target ultimate parent company, the acquiring company, or the acquiring ultimate parent company was located in the Unites States of America. Deal information was sourced from Thomson Reuters and includes deals for which targets have a target mid industry code that falls into one of the following mid industry groups: Apparel Retailing, Automotive Retailing, Computers & Electronics Retailing, Discount and Department Store Retailing, Food and Beverage Retailing, Food and Beverage, Home Furnishings, Home Improvement Retailing, Household & Personal Products, Internet and Catalog Retailing, Other Consumer Products, Other Consumer Staples, Other Retailing, Textiles & Apparel, and Tobacco. Certain djustments have been made to the information to exclude transactions which are not specific to the Consumer Markets sector or incorporate relevant transactions that were omitted from the indicated mid industry codes. This analysis includes all individual mergers, acquisitions, and divestitures for disclosed or undisclosed values, leveraged buyouts, privatizations, minority stake purchases, and acquisitions of remaining interest announced between January 1, 2016 and December 31, 2017, with a deal status of completed, partially completed, pending, pending regulatory, unconditional (i.e. initial conditions set forth by the buyer have been met but deal has not been withdrawn and excludes all rumors and seeking buyers). Additionally, transactions that are spin-offs through distribution to existing shareholders are included. Percentages and values are rounded to the nearest whole number which may result in minor differences when summing totals. Data cited at: US retail and consumer deals insights - publication from PwC’s Deals Practice  
  • R
    • January 2018
      Source: PricewaterhouseCoopers
      Uploaded by: Knoema
      Accessed On: 12 April, 2018
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      Data cited at: US retail and consumer deals insights - publication from PwC’s Deals Practice   Consumer Markets IPO volume saw a large increase from seven in 2016 to 17 in 2017. This made up a significant portion of total cross sector activity, at roughly 10% of total IPOs for the year. Consumer Markets trailed only Pharma & Life Sciences and Special Purpose Acquisition Companies (SPAC) IPOs in total count. Of 2017 IPOs in this sector, 14 (82%) had Emerging Growth Companies (EGC) status, and 7 (41%) were backed by financial sponsors. In 2016, 43% of Consumer Markets IPOs had EGC status, and 85% were backed by financial sponsors. 2017 Consumer Markets IPOs raised $3.15 billion, up from $2.60 billion in 2016. Due to the increase of EGC IPOs in 2017, average deal value decreased by 50% to $185 million. By contrast, the overall IPO market saw a 15% increase in average deal value to $244 million. Laureate Education, Inc. led the sector raising $490 million. Returns for consumer markets IPOs lagged behind the overall IPO market in 2017. The overall IPO market saw average returns of 22%, while Consumer Markets IPOs had an average return of only 15%. The average one day return of the overall market was 9%, while the Consumer Markets sector saw only 3% return. Canada Goose Holdings, Inc. topped Consumer Markets IPOs with 2017 returns of 134%. This was offset by Blue Apron Holdings, Inc., with 2017 returns of -60%. Looking ahead, favorable market conditions, low volatility, market highs in key indices and very good returns for stock pickers bode well for continued Consumer Markets IPO issuance and performance in 2018.
  • S
  • T
    • April 2018
      Source: PricewaterhouseCoopers
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      Accessed On: 06 April, 2018
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      The Global Innovation 1000: Top 1000 R&D Spenders contains the listing of the 1000 publicly-traded companies worldwide that spent the most on R&D each of the previous years, ranked by the amount they spent on R&D.
    • July 2018
      Source: PricewaterhouseCoopers
      Uploaded by: Knoema
      Accessed On: 13 July, 2018
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      Data cited at: US retail and consumer deals insights - publication from PwC’s Deals Practice   Consumer deal value decreased from 48% of total deal volume in 2016 to 45% in 2017. In addition to the strong deal activity in the food and beverage sub sector, there is increasing investor attention on household and personal care, in particular beauty, as there is more investment into newer high growth start-up type brands. For example, in December 2017 TSG Consumer Partners acquired a minority stake in Huda Beauty, a first ever investment of this size in a beauty blogger. Retail deal value grew from 28% of total deal value in 2016 to 47% in 2017. Many traditional retailers seek to  companies with those capabilities. They also consider the potential sale or closing of non-performing retail locations in order to focus on fewer, higher-traffic “experiential” locations. Continuing challenges to brick and mortar models and retailer bankruptcies is likely to spur further consolidation in the sector. Hospitality and Leisure deal value declined from 23% of total deal value in 2016 to 8% in 2017. The hospitality and leisure sector is highly fragmented and deals in 2018 will continue to be driven by new competition from innovative disruptions such as Airbnb and millennial consumers’ spending shifts from products to experiences. Additionally, casino and gaming deals will continue in 2018, including transactions in online gambling (as regulations become better understood) and pursuit of a millennial-friendly entertainment environment.  
    • January 2016
      Source: PricewaterhouseCoopers
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      Accessed On: 15 April, 2016
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      Data cited at: US retail and consumer deals insights - publication from PwC’s Deals Practice
  • U
    • July 2018
      Source: PricewaterhouseCoopers
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      Accessed On: 13 July, 2018
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      Sector Deals by Volume & Value   Other consumer products includes products such as appliances, furniture, and consumer electronics.
    • June 2018
      Source: PricewaterhouseCoopers
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      Accessed On: 11 July, 2018
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      Data cited at: US retail and consumer deals insights - publication from PwC’s Deals Practice   Domestic deal activity: With a strengthening economy and low borrowing costs, US buyers continued with strategic M&A activities for 2017. International uncertainty has given rise to increased focus on domestic strategies to drive value.Domestic deal value increased from 44% of total deal volume in 2016 to 58% in 2017. However, this is being primarily driven by CVS Health and Aetna’s pending acquisition. Excluding this deal, domestic deal value share of total deal value remained flat year-over-year.With rising multiples and dry powder, the availability of quality assets, and the willingness of owners to sell, will be a major factor in the direction of domestic activity in 2018. Cross-border deals:Cross-border deal volume represented 32% of total deal volume in 2017, a decrease from 37% in 2016. Although global growth is stabilizing as emerging markets climb out of the commodity slump and developed markets are also looking stronger than a year ago, uncertainty about overseas investment remained as some US based companies have experienced challenges abroad and become more cautious, even exiting some markets. However, with the competition for assets, the demands for growth, the strength of the US Dollar and tax reform, 2018 may shape up to see a shift appetite.Cross-border deal value in 2017 was driven by four megadeals, which accounts 82.7 billion US$, these deals represented 63% of the total cross-border value for 2017, whereas the three cross-border megadeals, accounts 22.5 billion US$, constituted only 27% of the total cross-border deal value for 2016.Outbound deal activity constituted 42% of cross-border deal volume and 23% of deal value in 2017 (49% and 27% in 2016, respectively). Europe was the dominant region for US outbound activity in terms of both volume (55%) and value (68%). The largest outbound deal in 2017 was the KKR & Co / Unilever Spreads pending acquisition for $8.0 billion.Inbound deal activity comprised 58% of cross-border deal volume and 77% of cross-border deal value (51% and 73% in 2016, respectively). Of cross-border deals, the inbound deal activity was led by European investors for both volume (33%) and value (84%). The largest inbound deal in the year was the BAT / Reynolds deal for $49.4 billion.
    • July 2018
      Source: PricewaterhouseCoopers
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      Accessed On: 30 August, 2018
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      The pursuit of growth continues to be a driving factor for decision-making in Consumer Markets boardrooms as shifting consumer preferences, impacts of new technology, and the decline of brick and mortar present challenges to traditional models. Market leaders are making big investments to buy growth and expand their reach, as evidenced by the quarter’s four megadeals (transactions > $5.0 billion). The largest transaction in Q2 2018 was the $16 billion pending acquisition of an approximate 77% stake of Flip-kart Group, a provider of e-commerce retail services in India, by Walmart Inc. The deal represents 23% of total deal value and it is the largest acquisition in Walmart history. The transaction underscores Walmart’s commitment to scaling its e-commerce operations and expanding its geographic footprint. Note: Deals included in the dataset are those that have disclosed value. Percentages and values are rounded to the nearest whole number which may result in minor differences when summing totals.
    • July 2015
      Source: PricewaterhouseCoopers
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      Accessed On: 26 September, 2018
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      Cyber security incidents are not only increasing in number, they are also becoming progressively destructive and target a broadening array of information and attack vectors. It’s clear that adversaries continue to advance their threats, techniques, and targets. They are investing in technologies, sharing intelligence, and training their crews to attack with purpose and competence.
  • V
    • August 2012
      Source: PricewaterhouseCoopers
      Uploaded by: Select Greater Philadelphia
      Accessed On: 20 August, 2012
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      PricewaterhouseCoopers and National Venture Capital Association, 2012.  MoneyTree data base