Impact on Top Pump Companies of Highly Improbable Black Swan Events, 2016

Impact on Top Pump Companies of Highly Improbable Black Swan Events, 2016

Business as Unusual—The Effect 9 Extreme Events Could Have on Pump Manufacturers' Prospects and Strategies

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04-Apr-2016
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Research Code: 9AAC-00-26-00-00
SKU: IA01250-GL-MR_17029

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In 2015, the price of crude oil, which was expected to stay above $100 per barrel for the next 5 years, nose-dived and is currently trading around $30 a barrel. This year, Donald Trump, who was dismissed as a complete outsider and someone who would not even stay in the race for US President, is a leading candidate. Although there are ample examples of volatility and unknown risks like the above, companies are still trying to apply existing forecasting analyses to develop short-term strategies. Caught in herd mentality, pump manufacturers often fail to see major events and get caught in reactionary mode. This research analyses 9 such extreme events and their possible impact on pump manufacturers.

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Key Findings

Black Swan Event—The Impact of the Highly Improbable

Black Swan Event—The Impact of the Highly Improbable (continued)

Black Swan Events

Strong Dollar, Weak Everything Else

The Russian Bear has a Bull Run

Will the Olympic Spirit Lift Brazil?

US Political Uncertainty

Oil at $100—Will Iran Finally Break OPEC’s Silence?

Too Many Interest Rate Hikes Spoil the Economy

China Does a Somersault

Extreme Weather Impact

App Start-up Crash Pulls the Market Down

Impact on Top 10 Pump Manufacturers

Legal Disclaimer

The Frost & Sullivan Story

Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career

Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

360º Research Perspective

Implementation Excellence

Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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In 2015, the price of crude oil, which was expected to stay above $100 per barrel for the next 5 years, nose-dived and is currently trading around $30 a barrel. This year, Donald Trump, who was dismissed as a complete outsider and someone who would not even stay in the race for US President, is a leading candidate. Although there are ample examples of volatility and unknown risks like the above, companies are still trying to apply existing forecasting analyses to develop short-term strategies. Caught in herd mentality, pump manufacturers often fail to see major events and get caught in reactionary mode. This research analyses 9 such extreme events and their possible impact on pump manufacturers.
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Author Anand Gnanamoorthy
Industries Industrial Automation
WIP Number 9AAC-00-26-00-00
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