Textile & Clothing Trade Environment

Currency Trends in Emerging Countries: Full 2018 (Monthly Report)

2 January 2019 - The currencies of most emerging economies have eventually resisted any new decline in the past months, after clearly falling against the dollar in the first half. Risks of a new financial crisis have now disappeared with however a few countries still confronted with a sharp fall of their currencies, including Sri Lanka, Pakistan and Turkey. The US dollar could weaken in the new year, whereas the euro is expected slightly rebounding and the pound remaining weak, over the Brexit crisis. Our monthly statistical report covers the past two years and displays a comprehensive view of currency values against the US dollar but also v. the euro, the British pound, the Indian and Pak rupees, and the Chinese renminbi over a 2-year period. Full Report...   Sample Report...   Table Of Content...

Currency Trends in Emerging Countries: November 2018 (Monthly Report)

4 December 2018 - A series of emerging currencies have further rebounded in November, including the South African rand, the Turkish lira or most importantly the Indian rupee. The Pak rupee has again dropped by contrast, further falling over the last weekend. The euro could eventually rebound against the US dollar, in line with a weakening economic growth in the United States and a still looming trade conflict with China. Our monthly statistical report covers the past two years and displays a comprehensive view of currency values against the US dollar but also v. the euro, the British pound, the Indian and Pak rupees, and the Chinese renminbi over a 2-year period. Full Report...   Sample Report...   Table Of Content...

Currency Trends in Emerging Countries: October 2018 (Monthly Report)

2 November 2018 - Emerging currencies have further tumbled in October, offering some strong support to exporters of low-cost countries. Pakistan has experienced a new sharp depreciation of the rupee whereas the Sri Lankan currency has again fallen over the ongoing political crisis in the country. The euro and the pound have also been weak, nevertheless. Our monthly statistical report covers the past two years and displays a comprehensive view of currency values against the US dollar but also v. the euro, the British pound, the Indian and Pak rupees, and the Chinese renminbi over a 2-year period. Full Report...   Sample Report...   Table Of Content...

Currency Trends in Emerging Countries: January-September 2018 (Monthly Report)

1 October 2018 - Emerging currencies have sharply dropped in the first three quarters of 2018, potentially boosting exports to the Western markets. The US Fed has further raised its benchmark interest rate in September, offering therefore some more support to the US dollar. The Turkish lira has sharply rebounded whereas the Sri Lankan rupee was plunging. Our monthly statistical report covers the past two years and displays a comprehensive view of currency values against the US dollar but also v. the euro, the British pound, the Indian and Pak rupees, and the Chinese renminbi over a 2-year period. Full Report...   Sample Report...   Table Of Content...

US-China Trade War: Impact of Additional U.S. Textile Tariffs (Statistical Report)

25 September 2018 - The US administration has just imposed 10% additional tariffs on a large number of textile products from China. Although 26 tariff lines have been excluded from the list, additional tariffs could have a significant impact on production costs for industries using these textile fibers, yarns and fabrics, especially after January 1st, when tariffs will be possibly raised to 25%. By contrast, US sanctions will have a negligible impact on China's textile exports, EmergingTextiles.com has found. Our statistical report offers a detailed view of US textile imports from China per HS chapter from HS 50 to 60, with China's share of US imports and US share of China's exports being calculated. Comprehensive data are available for download. Full Report...   Table Of Content...

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