Quarter By Numbers: Q1 2018
Global conditions continued to improve for consumers as the year started, with the Confidence Board reporting that confidence hit an all-time high in the first quarter. Consumer sentiment didn’t rise unilaterally, however, as several countries saw dips in consumer confidence, with the largest drops coming from emerging market economies.
From a global perspective, conditions and prospects for the remainder of the year appear largely positive. In the first quarter of the year, confidence grew across Western Europe, the economic recovery in Latin America looks promising in a number of key markets, dollar sales of fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) in North America performed well, and population growth and growing disposable incomes across Asia-Pacific are having an effect well beyond the immediate region.
Download the lite Q1 2018 report via the button above or below.
QUARTER BY NUMBERS
Our Quarter by Numbers reports help our clients unlock opportunities amid a changing global market. Covering 62 countries across five regions—and growing every quarter—this quarterly series provides a global snapshot of what’s going on in our markets today.
We produce five reports to help clients zero in on specific regions of the world. The series is available free of charge to all Nielsen clients. They are also for sale to non-clients. This lite report represents an overview of the insights detailed in the five regional reports.
Learn more about our Quarter by Numbers report series.
Clients interested in the regional Q1 2018 Quarter by Numbers reports should contact their local Nielsen representative.
Non-clients interested in the regional Q1 2018 Quarter by Numbers reports can purchase them from our e-commerce site (direct links below):