“Trip.com And Google To Launch Travel Trends Report - pymnts.com” plus 2 more

“Trip.com And Google To Launch Travel Trends Report - pymnts.com” plus 2 more

Trip.com And Google To Launch Travel Trends Report - pymnts.com

Posted: 23 Jun 2020 08:51 AM PDT

Trip.com Group, the Shanghai-based provider of travel services, has joined Google to launch a travel trends report, the company announced Tuesday (June 23).

The "Trip.com Group x Google Travel Trends Report" was created to predict trends and forecast the next Top 20 destinations, the company said.

It will be written based on a variety of indicators, including data from Trip.com and an analysis of statistics from Google Trends, the website that analyzes the popularity of top global queries in Google Search.

"With the onset of the pandemic the entire world is facing an unprecedented level of uncertainty,"  Google China Head of Industry Wilson Wu said in a statement. "The normal dynamics of the travel business have been completed up-ended, and this is definitely not an easy time for many of us. But even in the middle of this global crisis, there are opportunities to bounce back and innovate towards the new normal."

A pilot edition based on the Asia-Pacific region with business insights data from Trip.com Group was produced. The report provides a glimpse into how consumers are reacting to the evolving dynamics in travel and trends for the industry for the next few months.

As travel restrictions are being eased, the inaugural report revealed, interest in travel, specifically short trips, is rising. Among customers in the Asia-Pacific region considering travel, 30 percent said they want to take a trip within the next 90 days while more than 70 percent of searches prefer a short trip.

The data identified the Top 20 short-haul destinations including Bangkok, Seoul, Shanghai, Jeju-do, Tokyo, Bali, Manila, Busan, Xi'an, Kuala Lumpur, Osaka, Penang, Da Nang, Bintan, Taipei, Singapore, Pattaya, Hong Kong, Phuket and Macau.

Not surprisingly, customers identified flexibility as their most important consideration, with 57 percent citing no-fee cancellation policies as the most attractive feature when booking travel. In addition to flexibility, 27 percent of customers identified advance booking discounts as a key motivator for booking travel, while 25 percent preferred insurance coverage.

The report comes as travel restrictions are being lifted in numerous markets.

"Now is the time to capture recovery demand," said Wu. "Travel providers must respond with products and services that allow flexibility."

Still, a recent survey by PYMNTS found interest in travel has its limits. Less than half,  44 percent, of respondents who want to resume their daily activities want to travel domestically. Only 18 percent of consumers find international travel appealing.



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Mobile Mapping Market Current Trends, SWOT Analysis, Business Overview and Forecast by 2028 | Key Players: Google, Inc., Apple, Inc., Microsoft Corporation, Telecommunication Systems, Inc. (TCS), Foursquare Labs, Inc., Trimble Navigation Ltd. - 3rd Watch News

Posted: 23 Jun 2020 11:30 PM PDT

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According to the report, the mobile mapping market has been segmented, by segment (location-based services, location-based search, indoor mapping, 3d mapping, licensing subscription and support), by user type (individual, enterprise), by industry vertical (transportation and logistics, government and public sector, bfsi, real estate, manufacturing, telecommunication, travel and hospitality, retail, media and entertainment).

Insights about regional distribution of market:
The market has been segmented in major regions to understand the global development and demand patterns of this market.

For mobile mapping market, the segments by region are for North America, Asia Pacific, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Middle East, and Rest of the World. During the forecast period, North America, Asia Pacific and Western Europe are expected to be major regions on the mobile mapping market.

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1. Google, Inc.
2. Apple, Inc.
3. Microsoft Corporation
4. Telecommunication Systems, Inc. (TCS)
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6. Trimble Navigation Ltd.
7. Ericsson
8. Tomtom NV
9. Qualcomm Atheros, Inc.
10. Mapquest, Inc.

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o Location-Based Services
o Location-Based Search
o Indoor Mapping
o 3D Mapping
o Licensing Subscription and Support

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o Individual
o Enterprise

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o Transportation and Logistics
o Government and Public Sector
o Real Estate
o Manufacturing
o Telecommunication
o Travel and Hospitality
o Retail
o Media and Entertainment

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North America
o North America, by Country
o US
o Canada
o Mexico
o North America, by Segment
o North America, by User Type
o North America, by Industry Vertical

Western Europe
o Western Europe, by Country
o Germany
o UK
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o Spain
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o Western Europe, by Segment
o Western Europe, by User Type
o Western Europe, by Industry Vertical

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o Asia Pacific, by Country
o China
o India
o Japan
o South Korea
o Australia
o Indonesia
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o Asia Pacific, by Segment
o Asia Pacific, by User Type
o Asia Pacific, by Industry Vertical

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o Eastern Europe, by Country
o Russia
o Turkey
o Rest of Eastern Europe
o Eastern Europe, by Segment
o Eastern Europe, by User Type
o Eastern Europe, by Industry Vertical

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o Middle East, by Country
o Saudi Arabia
o Qatar
o Iran
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o Middle East, by Segment
o Middle East, by User Type
o Middle East, by Industry Vertical

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o South America
o Africa
o Rest of the World, by Segment
o Rest of the World, by User Type
o Rest of the World, by Industry Vertical

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o To estimate the market size for the mobile mapping market on a regional and global basis.
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Main Street investors bank profits on rally that Wall Street doubted - WHTC News

Posted: 18 Jun 2020 10:30 PM PDT


By Tom Westbrook and Cynthia Kim

SINGAPORE/SEOUL (Reuters) - Main Street investors who have reaped windfall gains from the steepest stock market rebound on record now seem to be making for safety, brokers say, just as Wall Street experts are advising clients to dip their toes into riskier assets again.

Over the past three months, the favourite stocks of "mom-and-pop" traders have run up even harder than the broader market's 40% rise.

But many of these novices, who began trading partly as entertainment and partly as plunging prices made stocks more attractive, now appear to be shifting strategy and cashing out of the frothiest sectors, or moving into safer-seeming bets.

Customers at Saxo Markets in Singapore have been reducing long positions at gathering pace this month. Asian investors with TD Ameritrade are selling soaring tech companies for banks, while other brokers report demand for blue chips.

The moves flip the image of retail investors as "moths," as they are called in Thailand for their reputation of being drawn to bright lights only to get burned, since small traders appear to have led rather than lagged professionals this time.

"Some of the pros on Wall Street might be pulling their hair out, saying that this fundamentally doesn't make sense," said Chris Brankin, chief executive at TD Ameritrade in Singapore.

"But I don't think they have anything to compare it with...whereas retail investors kind of go more with the money flow and sentiment of the markets."

A basket of stocks popular with retail investors, including Tesla , Moderna and Snap Inc , surged 61% from Wall Street's March low, compared with a 45% rise in a portfolio favoured by professionals, according to Goldman Sachs.


Like other banks, Goldman analysts recommend clients avoid the energy sector, prefer utilities to financials and expect techs' hot run to continue. But Asian broker analysis suggests retail buyers are going their own way.

"Sometimes I think reports out of fancy brokerages are bullshit," said Lee Sang-hoon, a 37-year-old office worker in South Korea.

He has made a 44% return on his initial 140 million won ($115,740) investments since March, trading U.S. stocks in the Seoul night and relying on Google Trends data to track investor mood.

"When Google says there's going to be more buyers, I buy. Forget numbers, if the sentiment is strong, the market goes up."

Lee has exposure to volatile U.S. shale oil and gas, and does not plan to reduce his investments yet, but also holds local blue-chips to balance his portfolio.

TD Ameritrade said its Asia clients sold Apple and Tencent <0700.HK> last month, and bought Berkshire Hathaway and J.P. Morgan . Singapore's PhillipCapital said its customers, even in the 18-25 year-old bracket, were buying dividend-paying blue chips or cashing out.

Australia's biggest retail broker, CommSec, reported a shift away from volatile stocks such as Treasury Wine Estates and into big banks and miners.

To be sure, retail traders are still placing incredibly risky bets, such as on bankrupt car-rental company Hertz .

"I can't imagine that anyone who went to business school or works at an asset manager would buy shares in a bankrupt company," said Rob Almeida, global investment strategist and portfolio manager at mutual fund MFS in Boston.

"Historically, the retail investor is the last one at the party and they don't know the cops are on their way," he said.

But the fear of passing up a once in a lifetime chance is strong.

"Retail investors had missed out on the long-term big rally since the 2008 global financial crisis," said Taye Shim, president director of Indonesia's Mirae Asset Sekuritas.

"I think they are more encouraged to not let this one pass," he said.

(Reporting by Cynthia Kim in Seoul, Orathai Sriring in Bangkok, Fransiska Nangoy in Jakarta, Karen Lema in Manila, Noel Randewich in New York, Sujata Rao in London and Tom Westbrook in Singapore.; Writing by Tom Westbrook; Editing by Vidya Ranganathan and Kim Coghill)


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