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Cervical Cancer Diagnostic Tests - Medical Devices Pipeline Assessment, 2016 : Ken Research

Cervical Cancer Diagnostic Tests - Medical Devices Pipeline Assessment, 2016 : Ken Research

Seizures are symptoms of a brain problem. They happen due to sudden, abnormal electrical activity in the brain. Symptoms include dizziness, changes in vision, feeling sick to stomach, anxiousness and uncontrollable muscle spasms. Causes of seizures include alcohol withdrawal, choking, drug abuse, electric shock, epilepsy, fever, head trauma, low blood glucose levels and stroke

Therapeutics Development

Pipeline Products for Seizures – Overview

Seizures pipeline therapeutics constitutes close to 54 molecules. Out of which approximately 48 molecules are developed by Companies and remaining by the Universities/Institutes. The molecules developed by Companies in Pre-Registration, Phase III, Phase II, Phase I, IND/CTA Filed, Preclinical, Discovery and Unknown stages are 7, 9, 5, 7, 1, 13, 3 and 3 respectively. Similarly, the Universities portfolio in Preclinical stages comprises 6 molecules, respectively.

Cervical Cancer Diagnostic Tests – Medical Devices Pipeline Assessment, 2016

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Cervical Cancer Diagnostic Tests Overview

Cervical Cancer Diagnostic Tests are used for detection of cancer based on the detection and measurement of cancer-specific biomarker/antibody/antigen present in patient’s sample.

Cervical Cancer Diagnostic Tests – Pipeline Products by Stage of Development

Cervical Cancer Diagnostic Tests – Pipeline Products by Stage of Development
Stage Of Development Number of Products
Early development 9
Clinical 11
In Approval Process 2
Inactive 15
 Source: Primary / Secondary Research, GlobalData
 As of August, 2016

Spent Nuclear Fuel Dry Storage Casks, Update 2016 – Global Market Size, Market Volume, Market Share and Key Country Analysis to 2020

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 Americas to Lead the Spent Nuclear Fuel Dry Storage Casks Market up to 2020


The American region generated the largest amount of demand for dry casks for spent nuclear fuel between 2010 and 2015. Demand is expected to further increase during the forecast period 2016 to 2020, as more reactors are expected to come online. In terms of value, the Americas were worth $602.5m (million) in 2015 and are expected to reach $1,016.7m by 2020. The second-largest amount of demand for dry casks was registered in Europe, and the Market in this region is expected to register substantial growth during the forecast period. In terms of value, Europe was worth $216.4m in 2015 and is projected to reach $866.1m by 2020. Asia-Pacific has observed significant growth in its nuclear power-generating capacity since 2010. Therefore, the region has scope for the dry storage cask market in the forecast period as spent nuclear fuel dry store facilities are currently used by countries such as Japan, Republic of Korea and China, while other nations such as Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, Myanmar and Malaysia have initial plans for nuclear power development.

H1 2016 Oil Tanker, LNG Carrier and LPG Tanker Outlook – Gener8, Teekay and Petredec Lead Global Tanker Build-out

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Key Highlights: Global Tanker Industry

  • Four new crude oil tankers were announced in H1 2016. Arab Maritime Petroleum Transport Company announced two, and Kyoei Tanker Company Limited and Tsakos Energy Navigation Ltd announced one each.
  • Each of the crude oil tankers announced by Arab Maritime Petroleum Transport Company – AMPTC I and AMPTC II – has a DWT of 158,000 tonnes. AMPTC I is expected to start operations in 2017 while AMPTC II could start operations in 2018.
  • Gener8 Maritime Inc., Maran Tankers Management Inc., and Tsakos Energy Navigation Ltd are the top three operators in the world in terms of planned oil tanker DWT. The three operators have planned DWT of 3,319,000, 2,212,900 and 1,619,300 tonnes respectively.
  • SK Shipping Co., Ltd. and Maran Gas Maritime Inc. each announced two new planned LNG carriers in H1 2016.
  • SK Shipping Co., Ltd. announced LNG carriers Skes 5 and Skes 6. Each of the carriers has storage capacity of 180,000 m3. Maran Gas Maritime Inc. announced Maran Gas I and Maran Gas II, with each of the carriers having a storage capacity of 173,400 m3.
DWT by Operators for Planned Crude Oil Tankers Announced in H1 2016
Operator Total DWT (tonnes)
Arab Maritime Petroleum Transport Company 316,000
Kyoei Tanker Company Limited 311,000
Tsakos Energy Navigation Ltd 300,000
Source: GlobalData, Tankers Database [Accessed on June 14, 2016]

Global LDPE Capacity and Capital Expenditure Outlook – US and India to drive LDPE Industry Expansion

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 Key Highlights: Global LDPE Industry

  • Global Low Density Polyethylene (LDPE) capacity is poised to see considerable growth over the next five years, increasing capacity from 26.2 mtpa in 2015 to 34.2 mtpa in 2020. Around 27 planned projects are slated to come online in the next five years, driven primarily by the US and India.
  • North America has 7 planned LDPE projects, out of which 6 are in the US adding capacity of 2.3 mtpa by 2020. The US capital expenditure will be US$4.34 billion over the next five years. The top two companies accounting for major capacity additions are Badlands NGLs, LLC and Sasol Limited.
  • In Asia, major LDPE capacity additions are in India, adding capacity of about 1.2 mtpa with capex of around US$0.55 billion over the next five years. Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited and Reliance Industries Limited are the top two companies accounting for major capacity additions in India.
  • In Middle East, Iran has 3 planned LDPE projects adding capacity of about 0.9 mtpa by 2018. Iran’s capital expenditure will be US$0.65 billion over the next five years.
  • In Europe, major LDPE capacity additions are in Russia, where capacity of about 0.4 mtpa is planned by 2017, with US$0.14 billion in capital expenditure over the next five years.
  • In South America, major capacity additions are in Venezuela, adding capacity of about 0.6 mtpa by 2017. Venezuela’s capital expenditure will be US$0.14 billion over the next five years.

Innovation Trends and Opportunities in Suncare; Exploring the key consumer behavior and innovation trends impacting suncare

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Concerns over sun damage are highest in regions with warmer climes

Sun damage is of significant concern to today’s consumers

On a global level, just under one third of consumers say that they are concerned about sun damage. If this is broken down regionally, the highest levels of concern are seen in the Middle East and Africa, followed by Latin America, and Asia Pacific. This is unsurprising given that the climate of these regions makes the need for effective sun protection much higher. In contrast, regions with cooler climes, such as Europe, have the lowest levels of concern globally. Despite this, high awareness of the impact of sun damage on the skin, particularly in today’s informed society, is creating a favorable environment for this category.

Sunburn features slightly lower levels of concern on a global level which can be attributed to this issue often being associated with specific occasions, such as being on the holiday. On a regional scale this attitude is replicated with one exception being Latin America where concerns over sunburn are slightly higher than that of sun damage.

IT Services Global Industry Guide_2016

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Global IT Services: Market Overview

The global IT services market is made up of a mixture of booming markets such as China and India and markets with low growth or stagnation such as Japan and Spain. Stable moderate growth has been the overall trend in recent years and the market is expected to slowly accelerate into strong growth over the forecast period to 2020.

The industry is fragmented despite the presence of large, international incumbents (e.g. IBM, HP, Fujitsu and Accenture). These larger players drive the widespread adoption of more advanced service offerings. The export-led nature of many IT services in developing countries has allowed skilled workforces to build up and given firms the opportunity to begin to place more focus on domestic markets.

The global IT services industry had total revenues of $724.9bn in 2015, representing a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 3.2% between 2011 and 2015. In comparison, the Asia-Pacific and US industries grew with CAGRs of 4.1% and 3.1% respectively, over the same period, to reach respective values of $199.9bn and $257.6bn in 2015.

The application services segment was the industry’s most lucrative in 2015, with total revenues of $321.0bn, equivalent to 44.3% of the industry’s overall value. The infrastructure services segment contributed revenues of $261.8bn in 2015, equating to 36.1% of the industry’s aggregate value.

Cloud computing systems are expected to achieve dynamic growth over the next few years as buyers expand the use of data centers and advanced analytics in order to manage the vast amounts of data being produced in the connected world. The positive impact of this transition on the IT services market could be balanced by a decline in outsourcing & processing services as many more tasks become automated through the use of artificial intelligence-based algorithms.

The performance of the industry is forecast to accelerate, with an anticipated CAGR of 4.9% for the five-year period 2015 – 2020, which is expected to drive the industry to a value of $922.4bn by the end of 2020. Comparatively, the Asia-Pacific and US industries will grow with CAGRs of 6.5% and 3.5% respectively, over the same period, to reach respective values of $274.4bn and $306.6bn in 2020.

Future of the Indonesian Defense Industry – Market Attractiveness, Competitive Landscape and Forecasts to 2021

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The Indonesian defense market, which values US$6.97 billion in 2016, is expected to grow at a CAGR of 11.13% during the forecast period, to value US$11.94 billion by 2021. The economy has been growing at an average rate of 7.9% over the forecast period, and this has fuelled defense expenditure in the country. Furthermore, the growth in defense spending is also driven by the need to modernize the Indonesian Armed Forces under the Strategic Plan 2024. With most of its military equipment and platforms belonging to the Soviet-era, the Ministry of Defence (MoD) is currently investing to replace aging hardware and upgrade existing equipment. Furthermore, Indonesia is focusing on developing its indigenous military industrial base in order to reduce its dependency on foreign suppliers. Moreover, with increasing tensions in the South China Sea and territorial disputes with South-Asian nations, Indonesia is investing in protecting its coasts and deploying forces on the Natuna Islands. Asan archipelago in Southeast Asia, which consists of 17,000 islands, the country is prone to natural disasters and is enhancing its military readiness for disaster relief operations and humanitarian assistance. The country’s defense budget is expected to be capped at an average of 0.89% of GDP over the forecast period.

The Indonesian MoD is expected to increase its capital expenditure from US$2 billion in 2016 to US$3.3 billion in 2021, in an effort to modernize its armed forces and support existing projects. Various procurements, which have led to an increase in the capital budget allocation, include the Sukhoi Su-30MK2s aircraft, Su-27 SKM, and Su-35 fighters, AS565 Panther anti-submarine warfare (ASW) helicopters, hang Bogo-class tactical submarines, two landing ship tanks (LSTs), AH-64 Apache Longbow gunship helicopters, and German Leopard tanks. Over the forecast period, the country is expected to invest in infrastructure construction, multi-role aircraft, naval vessels such as submarines and frigates, cyber security, border security, unmanned aerial vehicles, radar systems, and computer network defense capabilities, which will drive the growth in its capital expenditure.

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Super League In-Depth Analysis: Bank of America 2016

Bank of America operates in wealth management through two businesses: Merrill Lynch and US Trust. In addition, Bank of America operates an online investing platform, Merrill Edge. Together, Bank of America’s brands cater for the entire wealth spectrum, from retail investors to ultra-high net worth individuals. US Trust and Merrill Edge serve US-based customers while Merrill Lynch offers wealth management internationally – focusing mainly on serving clients in Latin America.

Super League In-Depth Analysis: Credit Suisse 2016

Credit Suisse announced a new strategy in October 2015 that puts emphasis on wealth management while resizing and refocusing the investment bank to support wealth management operations. Following the update, three of Credit Suisse’s five business divisions now operate in private banking: Asia Pacific, International Wealth Management, and Swiss Universal Bank. It targets growth in private banking markets in Asia, Eastern Europe, the Middle East, Latin America, and Africa.

Super League In-Depth Analysis: HSBC Private Bank 2016

HSBC Private Bank is a brand used by HSBC’s Global Private Banking division, which caters for customers with at least $5m in investable assets. The bank has been reviewing its strategy and consequently significantly reducing its international foothold, in 2016 closing private banking offices in markets including Brazil and Turkey. The HSBC brand has suffered from tax evasion investigations in a number of countries, and the bank’s name was also widely mentioned in relation to the so-called Panama Papers scandal. The bank highlights that it has run business and processes reviews in its worldwide locations and is implementing procedures to improve compliance with regulations.

Super League In-Depth Analysis: Julius Baer 2016

Julius Baer is a Swiss financial services provider that offers clients a range of wealth management services. Led by CEO Boris F J Collardi, Julius Baer does not specialize in a particular demographic segment beyond HNW; rather, the company’s customer targeting strategy aims to create a global footprint. Julius Baer carries out its global expansion by pursuing a merger and acquisition (MandA) strategy: it has entered markets around the world as part of its plan to continuously invest in existing businesses and adapt to shifts in the investment behavior of clients.

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