Adam Gase defends his relationship with Jamal Adams

Adam Gase defends his relationship with Jamal Adams

Gase was tight-lipped on the subject of Jamal Adams’ trade request and wants to keep those issues in-house. The S&P 500 stock index stalled alongside GBP/USD as coronavirus cases surged, boosting haven USD demand. Germany’s DAX 30 bounced as the ECB announced a new lending facility. A remarkable snapback rally, after a deep coronavirus-induced plunge, took stocks into rare and, in some ways, troubling territory. Social media posts that make trading look fun and easy are partially responsible for the rush of retail investors to the stock market, says Dan Egan, managing director of behavioral finance and investing at Betterment. The global bubble tea market reached a value of almost USD 2.4 billion in 2019 and expected to grow at a CAGR of 7.5% in the forecast period of 2020-2025 to attain USD 3.6 billion in 2025. Global sorbitol market reached a volume of 2.4 million metric tons in 2017 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 2.3% in the period 2020-2025, driven by demand from several industries.

The Jets have had a busy offseason: In addition to the coronavirus struggles they share with the rest of the NFL, their best player has requested a trade and they’re trying to rebuild one of the league’s worst offenses.

Head coach Adam Gase was tight-lipped on the subject of Jamal Adams’ trade request and wants to keep those issues in-house. When asked about the Daily News’ recent report that Adams’ trade demand was because of his relationship with Gase, Gase didn’t offer much of an explanation.

“My relationship with Jamal has been good since I’ve gotten here,” Gase said. “We’ve had a lot of discussions throughout the season trying to figure out ways to win. There’s been a lot of dialog between us, especially about on and off the field type topics.”

Gase later went on to say that he wants Adams to be on the team for the 2020 season and it’s worth noting that Adams still has two years on his deal before he can enter free agency. 

“This is a tough part of the business, when one of your best players is working through things with our organization,” Gase said. “We have to figure out a way to get to a good place, which will get him back, in the right spot and ready to go.”

Gase also has the pleasure of piecing together an offense filled with new that hasn’t spent any time practicing together. The Jets have finished their virtual offseason, which Gase was pleased with, but that’s not the best way to build on-field chemistry. The Jets are essentially bringing in a brand new offensive line and inserting Denzel Mims and Breshad Perriman into their group of wide receivers.

The Hall of Fame Game has already been canceled due to the coronavirus and the NFL preseason may lose games to cancellation as well. That would hurt the Jets’ chances to get out to a fast start.

“I’m as interested to see how that would work out as anyone else,” Gase said. “Practice reps, preseason game reps, you know, they’re all extremely valuable and the more you have, the better you feel. Especially headed into the season. You know, that’s why early in the season you see a little bit of sloppy play, you see mistakes that are made and cost teams games. As the season goes on you see those things get fixed.

“It’s gotta be about what teams can do a good job of making those adjustments and doing them quickly in a short period of time and without a lot of reps. Missing a whole offseason, those reps are reps that I always saw as being extremely valuable, especially when you have younger players in certain positions that are not as easy as others. It’s going to be one of those years where we really do a good job of teaching, both on and off the field.”

ORCHARD PARK, NY - DECEMBER 29: Head coach Adam Gase of the New York Jets before a game against the Buffalo Bills at New Era Field on December 29, 2019 in Orchard Park, New York. (Photo by Timothy T Ludwig/Getty Images)

ORCHARD PARK, NY – DECEMBER 29: Head coach Adam Gase of the New York Jets before a game against the Buffalo Bills at New Era Field on December 29, 2019 in Orchard Park, New York. (Photo by Timothy T Ludwig/Getty Images) (Timothy T Ludwig/Getty Images)

Offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains touched on an issue that’s unique to the Jets: their revamped offensive line. The Jets signed Connor McGovern, George Fant and Greg Van Roten and drafted Mekhi Becton in the first round. 

Creating a sound offensive line not only requires talent, but it also takes practice reps to make sure everyone is synchronized and on the same page. Picking up blitzes and run blocking against different fronts doesn’t happen overnight like a game of Madden. It takes diligent work and time the Jets’ don’t have to become a cohesive unit.

Loggains said there’s the one equalizer of every NFL team going through practice limitations (or really, eliminations), but the offensive line issue is a curveball in the Jets’ plans. Loggains said that the 2011 lockout was worse than missing practice due to coronavirus, because coaches couldn’t communicate with players.

“We’ve been able to talk, we’ve been able to communicate with each other and learn the scheme and learn the language, which is a big part of it,” Loggains continued. “What you said is exactly right: they have to speak one language, they have to see the game through one set of eyes. The advantage of this offseason is virtual meetings. We’ve been able to spend a lot of time with these guys in these meetings teaching them the scheme and teaching them our expectations and they’ve gotten to know each other.”

“One of the things we’ve really preached early on to all of our guys is: make sure we’re connecting with our teammates outside of our Zoom meetings,” Loggains said. “Make sure you’re calling two to three teammates a day. Just to interact because you’re missing the bond of the locker room, the bond of going through something really hard in practice. As an offensive lineman, that’s a special bond because it’s a really hard position to play.”

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Author: Charles McDonald


GBP/USD, S&P 500 Stall as Coronavirus Concerns Eat at Market Sentiment

GBP/USD, S&P 500 Stall as Coronavirus Concerns Eat at Market Sentiment

  • Record surge of coronavirus cases in several US states continues to drag on market sentiment
  • DAX bounces after the ECB announces lending facility, US-EU trade tensions limit topside move.
  • The Federal Reserve’s balance sheet contracted for the second consecutive week. Could that be behind the recent weakness seen in US equity markets?

A relatively subdued day of trade in the Asia-Pacific session saw risk assets nudge marginally higher, as investors contemplated the alarming increase in coronavirus cases in the US, against the backdrop of further monetary stimulus.

The ASX 200 rose after news that private equity firm Bain had struck a deal to purchase Virgin Australia, whilst the cycle-sensitive Australian Dollar crawled higher. Gold retreated from its highest levels since 2012, sliding back under 1,760 alongside yields on US 10-year Treasuries.

Looking forward, personal income data out of the United States headlines an otherwise sparse economic docket, with expectations of a 9% increase in personal spending, and a 6% decline in income for the month of May.

GBP/USD, S&P 500 Stall as Coronavirus Concerns Eat at Market Sentiment

Record increase of coronavirus cases in several US states, coupled with weakening fundamentals, has seen the S&P 500 sliding from the yearly open (3,235) back to psychological support at the pivotal 3,000-level.

The decision by Texas Governor Greg Abbott to ‘halt’ the phased re-opening of the state’s economy, as the country records its highest one-day total of new cases in two months, continues to dampen the notion of a return to normalcy absent an adequate vaccine.

Initial jobless claims data compounded the bleak outlook for the economic recovery, exceeding market expectations once again as 1.48 million Americans filed for unemployment benefits, bringing the total number of claims since March 21 to a staggering 47.3 million.

However,this may not be the only cause of the recent weakness in the benchmark equity index as the Federal Reserve’s balance sheet shrank for the second consecutive week, declining a further $12 billion in the week ending June 24.

GBP/USD, S&P 500 Stall as Coronavirus Concerns Eat at Market Sentiment

Data Source – Federal Reserve

Overall the central bank has reduced the size of it balance sheet by $86 billion in the last two weeks, coinciding with the recent decline in the S&P 500 and a slight appreciation in the haven-associated US Dollar.

Although the Fed continues to purchase securities, the magnitude of acquisition has tapered significantly since the extremes seen in March, encouraging the superficial inference that maybe QE is, in fact, limited.

A continuation of this trend could see asset prices struggle to push higher, with a substantial reduction in coming weeks possibly fueling a wave of intensive selling.

Image of S&P 500 Price Daily Chart

Source – TradingView

Despite an almighty collapse through the March uptrend on June 11, the S&P 500 has remained stubbornly resilient above the 50- (3,007) and 200-day moving averages (2,980), oscillating in a tight range between the 3,000 and 3,200-handles.

With significant hurdles at the 78.6% Fibonacci and monthly high (3,233) a lack of market breadth, highlighted by falling volume, suggests that further appreciation may be limited.

However, the lack of volume has been omnipresent throughout the recovery, as the benchmark index surged as much as 48% from the yearly low (2,179).

To this end, price action remains the key tell for future directional bias as the RSI indicator flatlines at the neutral reading of 50.

A daily close below pivotal support at the 3,000-handle and 61.8% Fibonacci (2,932) could signify an end to the S&P 500’s monstrous ‘dead-cat bounce’, carving a path for price to push back to key regions of interest at the May low (2,765) and 38.2% Fibonacci support (2,645).

The DAX 30 bounced back above 12,000 last night, spurred on by the introduction of the ‘Eurosystem repo facility’ (EUREP) by the European Central Bank (ECB).

Implemented as a “precautionary backstop” to “address possible euro liquidity needs in case of market dysfunction”, the EUREP program “will provide euro liquidity to a broad set of central banks outside the euro area” complementing the ECB’s existing “bilateral swap and repo lines”.

Unsurprisingly, the news of further monetary stimulus stoked a slight recovery in the German benchmark index although US-EU trade tensions continue to weigh on regional asset prices, capping potential upside.

With the European Union expected to respond to the threat of $3.1 billion worth of tariffs on local exports and the possible imposition of sanctions targeting the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline, a sustained period of retaliatory exchanges is likely to ensue.

Escalating tensions between the two economic juggernauts would notably add to the uncertainty facing market participants and could fuel further risk aversion.

Image of DAX 30 Price Daily Chart

Source – TradingView

From a technical standpoint, the DAX is struggling to find a clear direction al bias, as it remains trading in a tight range between the 11,500 and 12,500 levels.

A break of Rising Wedge support suggests the path of least resistance remains to the downside, reinforced by the notable injection of sellers at the 78.6% Fibonacci (12,572).

The 200-day moving average (11,822) and 61.8% Fibonacci (11,586) may act as a backstop for price.

However, a daily close below could ignite the resumption of the primary downtrend, carving a path back to a key region of interest at the April high (11,340).

Image of GBP/USD Price Daily Chart

Source – Trading View

Souring risk sentiment globally has seen the US Dollar rally behind its safe-haven properties, clawing back lost ground against its British counterpart.

A bullish move off support at the 23.6% Fibonacci (1.2355) proved short-lived, with a Bearish Engulfing candle at the 38.2% Fibonacci (1.2547) catapulting GBP/USD back through the 50-day moving average (1.2460).

Resistance at the 38.2% Fibonacci (1.2547) and 200-MA (1.2600) may continue to cap topside potential as bearish divergence on the momentum indicator hints at further downside.

A close below key psychological support at the 1.23-handle could ignite a decline back to the May low (1.2075).

The RSI might be watched intently, as a break of its constructive trend, from the yearly extremes, may provide the trigger for sellers to drive the exchange rate to new monthly lows.

— Written by Daniel Moss

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Source: www.dailyfx.com

Author: Daniel Moss


The Market Partied Like It Was 1932

The Market Partied Like It Was 1932

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A remarkable snapback rally, after a deep coronavirus-induced plunge, took stocks into rare and, in some ways, troubling territory.

Simply enumerating the crises afflicting the United States this year is an exhausting job.

Consider that the country has already experienced a presidential impeachment trial, the onset of a tenacious coronavirus pandemic and a grave recession. Add to all of that the heartbreaking video recordings of police officers killing people of color, which vastly amplified the power of the Black Lives Matter movement and led to a presidential threat to unleash armed forces in the streets.

Enough already, right? But there’s more. Even if, by some serendipitous twist, the shocks of 2020 stopped right now, the United States would face predictable traumas already locked in the calendar — most notably an election season of monumental vitriol and consequence that has barely begun.

What’s just as extraordinary as all of this is the stock market’s reaction to it. Stocks over all are down slightly for 2020, and if you haven’t been following closely, it may look as though little has happened in the world. But the numbers plainly show that the market has been traveling in rare and, in some ways, troubling territory.

Recall that in the first three months of the year, as the pandemic and its economic consequences set in, stocks had a calamitous decline. Then, after the Federal Reserve announced an intervention in late March, the stock market soared even as the economy sank.

Equities have seldom moved as sharply down and then up, from quarter to quarter, as they have this year. Calling the stock market a “roller coaster” is a cliché, yet if the term were ever apt, it would be so now.

This particular sequence of extreme movements — a remarkably bad quarter, followed by a remarkably good one — makes this market noteworthy from a historical standpoint.

In the United States since 1928, there has been only one instance when the stock market declined at least 20 percent in one quarter and rose at least 20 percent in the next, according to data supplied by Bespoke Investment Group, an independent market research firm. That was in the heart of the Great Depression in 1932, an era of misery and staggering unemployment. It’s not a year that anyone wants to see again.

Stocks have declined a bit since then, amid new flare-ups of the coronavirus and fresh warnings about the weakness of the economy, and the quarter doesn’t end until June 30. Even so, the stock market is flirting with an unenviable distinction. Stocks have declined at least 15 percent in one quarter and risen at least 15 percent the next only eight times, and seven of them were during the Great Depression. (The singular post-Depression quarters were in 1970, during a Nixon-era recession.)

It would be easy to simply rejoice at the market’s outsize gains. But there were far better quarterly returns — two quarters with gains of more than 80 percent — in 1932 and again in 1933, back in the Great Depression.

These echoes of the Great Depression are disturbing for many reasons.

It’s not just that unemployment stayed above 12 percent for nine years in that dismal period, or that, despite some periodic improvements, the economy was mired in a long-term slump that didn’t end until World War II.

As the economist Robert Shiller has written, the enormous gains that recurred several times in the stock market of the Great Depression were accompanied by periodic crashes and longer-term stagnation that could have swept any profits away. It was an inauspicious moment to be a buy-and-hold investor.

In fact, despite those glorious streaks in the 1930s, it took 20 years for the stock market to rise above its 1929 peak and stay there, when you include dividends and inflation, Professor Shiller has found.

Imagine if that happened today. Investors would be living in a world of pain. It wouldn’t be until 2040 that the stock market crossed the peak reached in February (again, dividends and inflation included).

Such parallels can be overdrawn, of course. For comfort, emphasize that the current era is very different.

“What’s unique about this period is that the stock market is hostage to the health data,” said Paul Hickey, a co-founder of Bespoke. “Coming into the fall, I think, the economy and the stock market are going to be dependent on how the health numbers come out, and unfortunately none of us know the answer to that.”

Updated June 24, 2020

Scientists around the country have tried to identify everyday materials that do a good job of filtering microscopic particles. In recent tests, HEPA furnace filters scored high, as did vacuum cleaner bags, fabric similar to flannel pajamas and those of 600-count pillowcases. Other materials tested included layered coffee filters and scarves and bandannas. These scored lower, but still captured a small percentage of particles.

A commentary published this month on the website of the British Journal of Sports Medicine points out that covering your face during exercise “comes with issues of potential breathing restriction and discomfort” and requires “balancing benefits versus possible adverse events.” Masks do alter exercise, says Cedric X. Bryant, the president and chief science officer of the American Council on Exercise, a nonprofit organization that funds exercise research and certifies fitness professionals. “In my personal experience,” he says, “heart rates are higher at the same relative intensity when you wear a mask.” Some people also could experience lightheadedness during familiar workouts while masked, says Len Kravitz, a professor of exercise science at the University of New Mexico.

The steroid, dexamethasone, is the first treatment shown to reduce mortality in severely ill patients, according to scientists in Britain. The drug appears to reduce inflammation caused by the immune system, protecting the tissues. In the study, dexamethasone reduced deaths of patients on ventilators by one-third, and deaths of patients on oxygen by one-fifth.

The coronavirus emergency relief package gives many American workers paid leave if they need to take time off because of the virus. It gives qualified workers two weeks of paid sick leave if they are ill, quarantined or seeking diagnosis or preventive care for coronavirus, or if they are caring for sick family members. It gives 12 weeks of paid leave to people caring for children whose schools are closed or whose child care provider is unavailable because of the coronavirus. It is the first time the United States has had widespread federally mandated paid leave, and includes people who don’t typically get such benefits, like part-time and gig economy workers. But the measure excludes at least half of private-sector workers, including those at the country’s largest employers, and gives small employers significant leeway to deny leave.

So far, the evidence seems to show it does. A widely cited paper published in April suggests that people are most infectious about two days before the onset of coronavirus symptoms and estimated that 44 percent of new infections were a result of transmission from people who were not yet showing symptoms. Recently, a top expert at the World Health Organization stated that transmission of the coronavirus by people who did not have symptoms was “very rare,” but she later walked back that statement.

Touching contaminated objects and then infecting ourselves with the germs is not typically how the virus spreads. But it can happen. A number of studies of flu, rhinovirus, coronavirus and other microbes have shown that respiratory illnesses, including the new coronavirus, can spread by touching contaminated surfaces, particularly in places like day care centers, offices and hospitals. But a long chain of events has to happen for the disease to spread that way. The best way to protect yourself from coronavirus — whether it’s surface transmission or close human contact — is still social distancing, washing your hands, not touching your face and wearing masks.

A study by European scientists is the first to document a strong statistical link between genetic variations and Covid-19, the illness caused by the coronavirus. Having Type A blood was linked to a 50 percent increase in the likelihood that a patient would need to get oxygen or to go on a ventilator, according to the new study.

The unemployment rate fell to 13.3 percent in May, the Labor Department said on June 5, an unexpected improvement in the nation’s job market as hiring rebounded faster than economists expected. Economists had forecast the unemployment rate to increase to as much as 20 percent, after it hit 14.7 percent in April, which was the highest since the government began keeping official statistics after World War II. But the unemployment rate dipped instead, with employers adding 2.5 million jobs, after more than 20 million jobs were lost in April.

Common symptoms include fever, a dry cough, fatigue and difficulty breathing or shortness of breath. Some of these symptoms overlap with those of the flu, making detection difficult, but runny noses and stuffy sinuses are less common. The C.D.C. has also added chills, muscle pain, sore throat, headache and a new loss of the sense of taste or smell as symptoms to look out for. Most people fall ill five to seven days after exposure, but symptoms may appear in as few as two days or as many as 14 days.

If air travel is unavoidable, there are some steps you can take to protect yourself. Most important: Wash your hands often, and stop touching your face. If possible, choose a window seat. A study from Emory University found that during flu season, the safest place to sit on a plane is by a window, as people sitting in window seats had less contact with potentially sick people. Disinfect hard surfaces. When you get to your seat and your hands are clean, use disinfecting wipes to clean the hard surfaces at your seat like the head and arm rest, the seatbelt buckle, the remote, screen, seat back pocket and the tray table. If the seat is hard and nonporous or leather or pleather, you can wipe that down, too. (Using wipes on upholstered seats could lead to a wet seat and spreading of germs rather than killing them.)

If you’ve been exposed to the coronavirus or think you have, and have a fever or symptoms like a cough or difficulty breathing, call a doctor. They should give you advice on whether you should be tested, how to get tested, and how to seek medical treatment without potentially infecting or exposing others.

It is quite possible that once the coronavirus pandemic is behind us — whenever that may be — the stock market and, more important, the real economy will flourish. Those assumptions are certainly built into current stock market prices.

But pockets of irrational exuberance clearly exist. Hertz, as I wrote recently, is in bankruptcy but wanted to sell new stock anyway, saying quite openly that there was a good chance the stock would be entirely worthless. The Securities and Exchange Commission raised questions about that stock offering, and Hertz canceled it.

But Hertz’s assessment of the stock market climate seemed on the mark. It wanted to take advantage of a “unique opportunity” — the current day-trading frenzy.

Thanks in large part to the Federal Reserve’s intervention in the markets since late March, risk-taking abounds, sometimes in willful disregard of unappealing stock valuations. As I’ve pointed out, the market has often operated as though the current problems of the world, and of public companies, were irrelevant.

Even when stocks make sense in the pandemic, exuberant traders have been pushing prices to stratospheric levels. Zoom Video has become a household name because of the coronavirus, but its earnings are small. Does it really merit a price-to-earnings ratio of 1,421.4 — Apple’s is 28.3 — and a gain this year of more than 270 percent?

Depending on your point of view, traders have either ignored the economic devastation wrought by the coronavirus — or had the wisdom to focus on the earnings that will flow once the pandemic ends.

Critiques of current market prices are increasingly common. David Solomon, the chief executive of Goldman Sachs, said on Wednesday, “The equity market does seem to be a little bit ahead of my view of the future earnings performance of businesses.” He added that he expected price declines “over time.”

Stay strong. The year isn’t even half over.

Source: www.nytimes.com

Author: Jeff Sommer


How social media can exacerbate reckless retail trading, according to one behavioral finance pro

How social media can exacerbate reckless retail trading, according to one behavioral finance pro

The rush of retail investors to the stock market has been a hot topic on Wall Street.

Individual investors have increasingly taken advantage of trading platforms such as Robinhood during the Covid-19 crisis, with some of their top stock picks outperforming those of hedge fund managers.

Some, like Astoria Portfolio Advisors’ John Davi, ascribe the action to historically low interest rates driving buyers to find new sources of income.

“The Fed has anchored interest rates near 0%, so, it’s kind of forced people out [on] the risk curve,” Davi, his firm’s founder and chief investment officer, said Monday on CNBC’s “ETF Edge.” “I think that’s … a big catalyst to get a lot of people taking their money out of the bank and going into the stock market.”

But many retail traders have taken a liking to penny stocks and plays at risk of bankruptcy, suggesting they have higher risk appetites than they did in past economic slowdowns.

One possible explanation for the phenomenon could be the rise of social media, Dan Egan, managing director of behavioral finance and investing at Betterment, said in the same “ETF Edge” interview.

“We don’t tend to brag about the fact that we lost $15,000 last week or we made a really bad mistake or something went awry,” he said. “We all tend to brag about how easy it is to beat the market, and there is a real sample bias in what most people are going to understand goes into that investing.”

Brokerages are eager to seize on the hype, too, Egan said.

“A lot of places are very happy putting out figures that reinforce the idea [that] this is fun, it’s fast, it’s easy, you should be doing it, too, but there’s some real sample bias there. People can easily get the idea that this is really easy,” he said. 

Beyond that, “there are narratives out there that say, ‘The Fed’s going to come in and buy no matter what. They are not going to let companies actually go bankrupt,'” he said.

In some corners of social media, those narratives are spun into the idea that “you are a fool if you don’t buy the companies that are losing money,” Egan said.

“Amongst sort of novice retail investors, these narratives make you feel like it’s an easy win for you to go in, trade a couple of low-value stocks that have recently fallen, and that you’re guaranteed to make more money and beat the stock market and be able to brag to your friends about it,” he said.

The lesson here is that people must take it upon themselves to research their investments, Egan said.

He recalled when, earlier this year, stock pickers appeared to mistakenly buy shares of Zoom Technologies (which then traded under the ticker ZOOM) instead of Zoom Video Communications (ticker ZM) when the latter made its public market debut.

“There’s a lot of shooting from the hip, a lot of people not really doing a lot of research and understanding even which company is which that contributes to this,” Egan said.

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Source: www.cnbc.com

Author: Lizzy Gurdus


Bubble Tea Market Reach a Value of Almost USD 3.6 Billion by 2025 | CAGR of 7.5%

Bubble Tea Market Reach a Value of Almost USD 3.6 Billion by 2025 | CAGR of 7.5%

According to a new report by EMR titled, ‘Global Bubble Tea Market Report and Forecast 2020-2025’, the global bubble tea market reached a value of almost USD 2.4 billion in 2019. The market is further expected to grow at a CAGR of 7.5% in the forecast period of 2020-2025 to attain USD 3.6 billion in 2025.

The global bubble tea market is being aided by the beverage’s ability to be customised according to the consumers’ wide taste palette. Bubble tea can be consumed hot or cold. The bubbles in bubble tea are basically small tapioca balls, which are chewy, making it different from regular tea. Its diverse offerings and its unique spin on the traditional preparation of tea is contributing to its popularity among the millennial consumers. The rapidly growing urbanisation and increasing disposable incomes of consumers are expected to further propel the market forward. Major companies like Starbucks (NASDAQ: SBUX) and McDonald’s (NYSE: MCD) are also major contributors for the market growth as they have introduced bubble tea in their menus to attract consumers.

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Taiwan, where the tea was discovered, is a significant producer of bubble tea. China too is a major bubble tea market, having a vast tea drinking population. The overall Asia Pacific region is one of the leading markets for bubble tea. South Korea, Hong Kong, the Philippines and Singapore are the other major markets within the region. Japan, Vietnam, and Malaysia are emerging as other lucrative markets within the Asia Pacific region. Currently, the market is growing rapidly in western countries like the US and the UK, where it is viewed as an innovative alternative to carbonated drinks.

Market Analysis by Type:

  • Black
  • Green
  • Oolong
  • White
  • Bubble tea is usually available in four types, namely black, green, oolong and white bubble tea.

    Market Analysis by Flavour:

  • Original
  • Fruit
  • Coffee
  • Chocolate
  • Others
  • The flavours can vary from original to fruit, coffee, and chocolate flavours, among others.

    Market Analysis by Region:

  • North America
  • Europe
  • Asia Pacific
  • Latin America
  • Middle East and Africa
  • The major regional markets for bubble tea are North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, LATAM, and Middle East and Africa.

    Key Findings of The Report:

  • The wide range of varieties and flavours that are available in the bubble tea market is driving the industry growth.
  • The cost-effectiveness of the product is further driving the bubble tea industry.
  • The market is being driven by the perceived health benefits of the beverage.
  • The market is also finding further impetus in the growing younger population, especially, in the emerging economies.
  • Key Offerings of the Report:

  • The EMR report provides an overview of the global bubble tea market for the periods (2015-2019) and (2020-2025).
  • The report also offers the historical (2015-2019) and forecasted (2020-2025) markets for the types, flavours, and regional markets of bubble tea.
  • It gives an in-depth look into the regional price trends in the global bubble tea market for the periods (2015-2019) and (2020-2025).
  • Competitive Landscape & Supplier Analysis:

  • Dama Foods International Co., Ltd
  • Lollicup USA Inc.
  • Fokus Inc.(NASDAQ: EFOI)
  • Cuppo Tee Company Limited
  • Sumo’s (M) Sdn Bhd
  • Huey-Yuhe Enterprise Co., Ltd.
  • Others
  • Also Read: Impact of COVID-19 on Global Industry

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    Sorbitol Market Size, Share, Price Trends, Growth Analysis 2020-2025

    Sorbitol Market Size, Share, Price Trends, Growth Analysis 2020-2025

    According to a new report by Expert Market Research titled ‘Global Sorbitol Market Report and Forecast 2020-2025’, the global sorbitol market reached a volume of 2.4 million metric tons in 2017 and is further expected to grow at a CAGR of 2.3% in the period 2020-2025, driven by demand from several industries.

    Sorbitol is a naturally occurring six carbon sugar alcohol, which has sweetening properties without being cariogenic. Thus, it finds extensive application in the production of beverages, ice-creams, jams, syrups, toothpastes and other oral care products among others. The growth in the demand of sorbitol in the sectors like food and beverages, cosmetics and personal care, and pharmaceutical industry has been due to an increasing awareness of how sugar-based products are detrimental to the health and the mounting purchasing power parity. Its moisture-stabilizing property makes it an ideal additive to products which need to maintain their freshness in storage. Sorbitol prevents the hardening or drying of such products. It can also combine easily with fats, sugars and gelling agents due to its ability to withstand high temperatures. Thus, sorbitol is added to products such as confectionaries and baked goods, among other products.

    Asia Pacific was the largest market for sorbitol in 2017 accounting for over half the sorbitol market share. The region will continue to dominate the market with China as the biggest consumer of sorbitol, representing about 40% of the total sorbitol consumption globally. The rising demand for sorbitol in the home and personal care, and food and beverage sectors in regions like North America and Europe along with Asia Pacific countries like India, Thailand and Indonesia has supplemented the growth of the global sorbitol market. Increasing cases of diabetes and obesity is driving the demand the demand for sorbitol in the food and beverage sectors in countries like India, Japan and Australia.

    Competitive Landscape & Supplier Analysis:

    Roquette Frères, Cargill, Incorporated, Ingredion Incorporated (NYSE: INGR), ADM (NYSE: ADM), Merck KGaA (ETR: MRK) and others are the major key players of the global sorbitol market.

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