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Men and Women's Buying Habits Market Assessment 2005


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Published Date :
October 2005find similar
Report Type :
Market Assessmentfind similar
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£ 575
Contents :
9 Chapters

Table of Contents

The table of contents below is for Men and Women's Buying Habits 2005

Executive Summary

1. Introduction

The Report Focus

Definition

2. Strategic Overview

The Economy In

Table: Economic Growth Forecasts By Year-on-year Growth (%), And

Consumer Debt

Growth In Savings

Consumer Expenditure

Table: Uk Household Expenditure By Volume At Current Prices (index=100 And £bn), ,,, And

The Consumer Key Factors

Demographic Trends

Table: Uk Population By Sex And Age (% And Million), ,,,,, And

Table: The Forecast Uk Resident Population By Sex (000),-2009

Employment Trends And Gender

Table: Economic Activity In The Uk By Employment Status And Sex (million), And

Table: Employment In The Uk By Sex And Occupation (%),

Earnings And Gender

Table: Ratio Of Women's To Men's Hourly Pay, Excluding Overtime (%), April-april

The Increasing Wealth Of Women

The Changing Household

Table: Proportion Of People Living Alone In Great Britain By Sex And Age (%),/1987-2003/2004

Table: Proportion Of Adults Living With Their Parents By Sex And Age In England (%), And-2004

3. Key Markets

The Car Market

Table: Car Ownership In Great Britain (million, % And Number),-2004

Table: The New Car Market By Value And Volume (£bn And),-2005

Figure: The New Car Market By Value (£bn),-2005

Gender And Transport

Table: Travelling To Work In Great Britain By Mode Of Transport By Sex And Age (% And Million),

Table: Penetration Of Car Ownership By Sex And Age (% Of Households),

The Brown Goods Market

Table: Retail Sales Of Brown Goods Through Electrical Retailers (£bn, Index=100 And %),-2004

Figure: Retail Sales Of Brown Goods Through Electrical Retailers (£bn),-2004

Table: The Uk Household Appliances (brown Goods) Market By Value By Sector At Current Prices (£m At Rsp),-2005

The Mobile Telephone Market

Table: The Uk Cellular Telecommunications Market By Value And Volume (£bn And Call Minutes),/2001-2003/2004

Figure: The Uk Cellular Telecommunications Market By Volume (call Minutes),/2001-2003/2004

The Holiday Market

Table: The Uk Holiday Market By Sector By Volume (million Trips),-2004

Table: Uk Holiday Expenditure By Sector (£bn),-2005

Figure: Uk Total Holiday Expenditure (£bn),-2005

The Holiday Market And The Internet

4. Buying Habits

Retail Trends

New Developments In The Retail Environment

Shopping Habits And Gender

Buying White And Brown Goods And Gender

Marketing And Gender

The Supermarket

Table: Supermarket Market Shares (%), And

Tesco Plc

Asda

J Sainsbury Plc

The Convenience Store

The Out-of-town Shopping Centre

Internet Retailing

5. Consumer Dynamics

Key Trends

Table: Comparison Of Main Research Findings (% Of Respondents), And

Shopping As A Social Activity

I Usually Shop Alone (s1)

I Often Combine A Shopping Trip With A Meal Or Snack (s2)

Table: Shopping As A Social Activity (% Of Respondents),

Decision-making On Durable Goods

I Always Consult My Partner When Buying Electrical Or Household Goods (s3)

I Usually Make The Final Decision When Purchasing A Car (s4)

Table: Decision-making On Durable Goods (% Of Respondents),

Car Usage/24-hour Shopping

I Use A Car When I Go Shopping (s5)

I Make Use Of-hour Shopping Facilities (s6)

Table: Car Usage/24-hour Shopping (% Of Respondents),

Telephone Shopping/browsing The Internet

I Order Goods By Telephone (s7)

I Like To Browse The Internet Before Buying (s8)

Table: Telephone Shopping And Internet Browsing (% Of Respondents),

Internet Shopping

Other Research Findings

I Use The Internet For Supermarket Home-delivery Services (s9)

I Buy Holidays Or Travel Services Through The Internet (s10)

Table: Internet Shopping (% Of Respondents),

Consumer Confidence In Future Spending

I Am Confident I Will Spend As Much On Consumer Goods Such As Cars And Household Goods In The Next Years As I Have Spent In The Last Years (s11)

I Am Confident That I Will Have As Much Money To Spend In Months Time As I Do Now (s12)

Table: Consumer Confidence (% Of Respondents),

Buying New Financial Products

I Have Taken Out New Financial Products In The Last Months (s13)

Table: Financial Products (% Of Respondents),

6. The Future

Overview

Key Market Forecasts

7. Consumer Confidence

Methodology

The Willingness To Borrow

Table A: The Average Amount Consumers Are Willing To Borrow In Order To Purchase Expensive Items At Current And Constant November Prices (£ And £bn), November, February, May And August

The Desire To Borrow Is Waning

Table B: The Number Of Adults Willing To Borrow In Order To Purchase Expensive Items (000 And %), November, February, May And August

The Willingness To Spend From Savings

Table C: The Average Amount Consumers Are Willing To Spend From Savings In Order To Purchase Expensive Items At Current And Constant November Prices (£ And £bn), November, February, May And August

Confidence Is Fragile

Table D: The Average Amounts Adults Are Confident Spending To Purchase Expensive Items (£ And %), November, February, May And August

The Extremes Contract

8. Further Sources

Publications

General Sources

Government Sources

Other Sources

Bonnier Information Sources

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