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In the wake of an extended period of financial challenges, airlines stand to gain significant benefits from unexpected periods of reduced fuel prices, which in the short term have resulted in increased profits. How are airlines responding? And what are the long-term implications?
Analyze key metrics in the global airline industry and forward-looking perspectives on emerging industry trends. Our latest report also considers how airlines are managing growth in the rapidly expanding aviation industry.
Deals worth more than $1 billion drive first quarter M&A activity in the metals industry.
Deal activity in the transportation and logistics industry had mixed results in the first quarter of 2015, as overall volume declined sequentially but deal value increased.
M&A activity in the aerospace and defense sector is off to a strong start in 2015 with deal value increasing on both a quarter-over-quarter and annual basis. The largest A&D deal since sequestration was recorded in Q1.
Industrial manufacturing M&A value sees strongest start in four years.
M&A activity in the chemicals industry remained steady in the first quarter of 2015 compared to the same period last year.
The United States ranked #1 in our latest global attractiveness index for aerospace manufacturing of 142 countries. The analysis looks at how countries and states in the US compare in terms of their attractiveness as locations for commercial aircraft manufacturing. The results of this study could help a manufacturer determine where to expand its business.
Business outlook improved notably among US industrial manufacturers during the first quarter of 2015.