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Reunion 2020. Market suffers (-11.8%), all top brands register losses but Renault (-0.8%) remains the leader

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Jamaica 2020. Toyota holds over 30% share in a growing market (+5.9%)
Monday November 16, 2020

Jamaica’s vehicle market in 2020 grows despite infections increasing since August. Indeed, 632 units have been sold in September (+5.7%), leading Year to Date sales at 5.701 units (+5.9%). Toyota grows and holds an impressive 31% market share. Economic Environment The economy likely remained in the doldrums in Q3 amid the fallout from the global […]

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TED talk notes #2, Jill Tarter: Why the search for alien intelligence matters
Friday October 23, 2020

“we live on a fragile island of life” “if we’re alone…incredible waste of space” discovering other cultured civilizations could enhance humanity’s bonds with each other “we’re a billion year lineage of wandering stardust” SETI began 50 years ago sun is one of 400 billion stars in Milky Way, among 100 billion other galaxies (!) the […]

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Reunion island vehicles market in 2020 reports some losses as the pandemic influences sales. Indeed, 18.740 units were sold Year To Date until August, losing 11.8% compared to last year. All top brands register losses, Renault (-0.8%) remains the leader while registering the top 10 hold, followed by Peugeot (-8.6%). Ford reported the worst performance, losing 51.5%.
Market Trend Year To Date
In Reunion Island 18.740 units have been sold until August 2020, reporting a loss of 11.8% compared to last year. This negative trend in the market reflects the impact of the pandemic in the region, where infections started growing exponentially in August.
Brand-wise, in a market where all top brands are reporting losses Renault remains the leader while losing only 0.8% and registering the top 10 hold, followed by Peugeot, losing 8.6%, and by Citroen, losing 17.6%. The worst top 10 performance was registered by Ford, losing 51.5% sales.

Michael Saylor is a bull bull bull – a bunch of notes from his podcast appearances
Tuesday October 20, 2020

Here are some news stories if you’re not familiar with Saylor’s background and recent actions: MicroStrategy’s Michael Saylor on His $425M Bitcoin Bet MicroStrategy buys $250M in Bitcoin as CEO says it’s superior to cash MicroStrategy CEO Michael Saylor Issues Statement He’s even re-directed one of his domains, hope.com, to Microstrategy’s list of curated resources […]

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Medium Terms Market Trend
Reunion automotive industry is a nice reality near to the African coast and in the last years is reporting continue improvements sustained by a healthy economy and stable politic and social environment. In the last six years market has grew up hitting in the 2018 another all-time record, with sales at 32.832 (+4.9%).
In 2019 33.419 units were sold, reporting a 2% increase in sales compared to the previous year, illustrating a stable market.
In Q1 2020 7.766 units were sold, a 5.5% decrease compared to last year, illustrating an already slowly contracting market. Subsequently, in the First Half of the year, the market was hit by the COVID-19 pandemic, leading First Half figures to 15.595 units with a loss of 23.3%.
Tables with sales figures
In the tables below we report sales for the Top 10 Brands

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