Gear Motor Market Size Estimation, Worldwide Overview, Research Methodology, Business Statistic, Prominent Players Analysis, Regional Outlook and Forecast To 2023

Image result for Gear Motor Market Size Estimation, Worldwide Overview, Research Methodology, Business Statistic, Prominent Players Analysis, Regional Outlook and Forecast To 2023Market Research Future (MRFR) has published a research report about the global Gear Motor Market is expected to grow at 5.80% CAGR during the forecast period. Report analyzes gear motor Market Upcoming Opportunities, challenges, Key Country Analysis, with business development strategies, And key players insights. Report provides comprehensive information on Global gear motor Market size, share, industry trends, growth, with regional forecast to 2023.

Gear Motor Market – Overview

Gear motor is a motor assembled with a set of speed gears. An electric motor and reduction gear are integrated into a single unit, which further can be collectively installed with motor shaft better compactness. These kinds of motors can be operated in various directions such as horizontal, vertical, or tilted position. Larger torque can be achieved by using a higher gear ratio. These motors also comprise of mechanical gears to control the speed of the motor depending upon the type of application and requirements.

The global gear motor marketis projected to grow at a moderate rate during the forecast period, due to growing number of energy projects requiring high level of efficiency. Also, growing number of renewable energy projects are likely to become the prominent contributor towards green revolution and growing number of industries are majorly driving the global gear motors market. Evolutionary changes in the designing processes, implementation of modular and compact design of the gear motor, and simplified mechanical designs of any product are also the major factors driving the gear motors market.

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Gear Motor Market Segments Analysis:

Global gear motor market has been segmented based on gear type, product type, rated power, torque, industry, and region.

Global Gear Motor Market, By Gear Type

  • Planetary Gear Motors
  • Helical Gear Motors
  • Helical-Bevel Gear Motors
  • Worm Gear Motors
  • Other Motors

Global Gear Motor Market, By Product Type

  • Gearbox
  • Integrated Gear Motor Unit

Global Gear Motor Market, By Rated Power (kW)

  • Up to 7.5 kW
  • 5 to 75 kW
  • Above 75 kW

Global Gear Motor Market, By Torque (Nm)

  • Up to 10,000 Nm
  • Above 10,000 Nm

Global Gear Motor Market, By Regions

  • North America
  • Asia-Pacific
  • Europe
  • Middle East & Africa
  • South America

Gear Motor Regional Market Analysis:

Region wise, Asia-Pacific held the largest market share of the global gear motors market in 2017. The countries contributing to the largest market share of the region include India, and China, among major Southeast Asian countries. Moreover, India and China are also expected to be the fastest growing countries due to development of existing infrastructure.

Prominent Players Analysis:

Eaton Corporation PLC., Siemens AG, Baldor Electric Company, Sew-Eurodrive GmbH & Co. Kg, Winergy, Watt Drive Antriebstechnik GmbH, Bauer Gear Motor GmbH, Sumitomo Heavy Industries Ltd, Johnson Electric Holdings Limited, Emerson Electric Co, Elecon Engineering Company Ltd, China High Speed Transmission Equipment Group Co. Ltd, Brevini Power Transmission S.P.A., and Bonfiglioli Riduttori S.P.A.

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List of Tables

Table 1 Global Gear Motors Market, By Region, 2016-2023 (USD Million)

Table 2 North America Gear Motors Market, By Country, 2016-2023 (USD Million)

Table 3 Europe Gear Motors Market, By Country, 2016-2023 (USD Million)

Table 4 Asia-Pacific Gear Motors Market, By Country, 2016-2023 (USD Million)

Table 5 Middle East & Africa Gear Motors Market, By Country, 2016-2023 (USD Million)

Table 6 South America Gear Motors Market, By Country, 2016-2023 (USD Million)

Table 7 Global Gear Motors Market, By Gear Type, 2016-2023 (USD Million)

Table 8 North America Gear Motors Market, By Gear Type, 2016-2023 (USD Million)

Table 9 Europe Gear Motors Market, By Gear Type, 2016-2023 (USD Million)

Table 10 South America Gear Motors Market, By Gear Type, 2016-2023 (USD Million)

Table 11 Global Gear Motors Market, By Product Type, 2016-2023 (USD Million)

Table 12 North America Gear Motors Market, By Product Type, 2016-2023 (USD Million)

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By the numbers: Stock market collapses on Christmas Eve, heads for worst December ever

Image result for By the numbers: Stock market collapses on Christmas Eve, heads for worst December everThe stock market is ending the year on quite the ugly note. Here is where we stand statistically:

MAJOR INDEXES:

  • S&P 500 closed down -2.71% Monday for its seventh negative day in 8 and its worst day since Dec. 4, when the S&P lost -3.24%
  • Until Monday, the Dow & S&P 500’s worst Christmas Eve ever was back in 1985, when they fell 0.63% and 0.69%, respectively
  • S&P hit a new 52-week low Friday of 2,351.10, its lowest level back to April 2017
  • MTD: S&P is down -14.82% on pace for its worst December ever back to back-tested inception in 1928, with the next worst December in 1931 when the S&P lost -14.53%, and its worst month since October 2008 when the S&P lost -16.94%
  • YTD: S&P is down -12.06% in 2018 on pace for its worst year since 2008 when the S&P lost -38.49%
  • Since Record: S&P is 20.06% below its intraday all-time high of 2,940.91 from Sept. 21 closing in bear market levels
  • The CBOE Volatility Index VIX hit a high so far today of 36.10, its highest level since Feb. 9, when the VIX hit a high of 41.06
  • Russell 2K small caps closed down -1.95% today for their 13th negative day in 14, hitting a new 52-week low today of 1,266.92
  • MTD: Small caps are down -17.37% MTD on pace for their worst month since October 2008, when small caps lost -20.90%
  • YTD: Small caps are down -17.49% YTD on pace for their worst year since 2008, when small caps lost -34.8%
  • Since Record: Small caps are 27.28% below their intraday all-time high of 1,742.09 from Aug. 31, closing in bear market levels
  • Dow closed down -2.91% today for its sixth negative day in 7 and its worst day since Dec. 4, when the Dow lost -3.1%
  • MTD: Dow is down -14.67% MTD, on pace for its worst month since Oct. 10, 2008, when the Dow lost -18.15% and on pace for its worst December performance since 1931, when the Dow lost -17.01%
  • YTD: Dow is down -11.84% in 2018, on pace for its worst year since 2008 when the Dow lost -33.84%
  • The Dow hit a new 52-week low today of 21,792.20, its lowest level since September 2017
  • Since Record: Dow is 19.14% below its intraday all-time high of 26,951.81 from Oct. 3, closing in correction levels
  • NASDAQ closed down -2.21% today for its seventh negative day in 8
  • MTD: NASDAQ is down -15.52% on pace for its worst month since October 2008, when the NASDAQ lost -17.73%
  • YTD: NASDAQ is down -10.29% YTD, on pace for its worst year since 2008, when the NASDAQ lost -40.54%
  • The NASDAQ hit a new 52-wk low today of 6,190.17, its lowest level back to August 2017
  • Since Record: NASDAQ is 23.9% below its intraday all-time high of 8,133.3 from Aug. 30, closing in bear market levels

SECTORS:

  • Sectors: 11 out of 11 sectors were negative today, led by Utilities down -4.27%, turning in their worst day since Aug. 8, 2011, when the sector lost -5.47%
  • 10 out of 11 sectors closed in correction levels or worse today:
  • Energy — 31.24% below their May 21 52-week high, closing in bear market levels
  • Materials — 26.15% below their Jan. 26 record close, closing in bear market levels
  • Financials — down 26.09% from their Jan. 26 52-week high, closing in bear market levels
  • Industrials — 25.23% below their Jan. 26 record close, closing in bear market levels
  • Tech — 24.13% below their Oct. 3 record close, closing in bear market levels
  • Consumer Discretionary — 22.99% below their Sept. 27 record close, closing in bear market levels
  • Communication Services — 22.61% below their Feb. 1 52-week high, closing in bear market levels
  • Consumer Staples — down 17.29% from their Jan. 26 52-week high close
  • Health Care — down 15.63% from its Oct. 1 record close
  • Real Estate — down -12.76% from its 52-week closing high
  • The least negative sector today was Communication Services — down -2.02% today
  • Sectors MTD: 11 out of 11 sectors are negative MTD, led by Energy down -18.1% on pace for its worst month ever through our history back to 1998, the next worst month is October 2008, when Energy lost -18.01%
  • The least negative sector MTD is Utilities, down -6.76%
  • Sectors YTD: 11 out of 11 sectors are negative YTD, led by Energy, down -25.31% YTD
  • Note all the S&P sectors have not closed in negative territory for the year since 200
  • The most positive sector YTD is Utilities, down -2.1%, closely followed by Health Care, down -2.31%

OTHER MARKETS:

  • Gold (FEB) has hit a high so far today of 1,273, its highest level since Jun. 25, when gold traded as high as 1,274.4
  • WTI (FEB) has hit a low so far today of 44.10, its lowest level since July 11, 2017, when WTI traded as low as 43.83
  • MTD: WTI is down -13.37%, on pace for its third straight negative month for the first time since June 2017 and its 4-month losing streak
  • QTD: WTI is down -39.82%, on pace for its worst quarter since Q4 2014, when WTI lost -41.56%
  • YTD: WTI is down -27.06% on pace for its worst year since 2015, when WTI lost -30.47%
  • Brent (FEB) has hit a low so far today of 51.83, its lowest level since Aug. 31, 2017, when Brent traded as low as 50.56
  • Dollar index is trading down -0.48%, on pace for its third negative day in 4
  • MTD: Dollar index is down -0.80%, on pace for its first negative month in 3
  • YTD: Dollar index is up 4.74%, on pace for its fifth positive year in 6
  • US 2-year note yielding 2.5927% vs last Friday’s close of 2.643%, hitting a low today of 2.589%, its lowest level since Aug, 22, when the 2-year yielded as low as 2.587%
  • US 5-yr note yielding 2.5927%, yielding about equal to the 2-year at 2.5927%

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Key Insights on the Online Tutoring Services Market in the US| Technavio

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LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–May 25, 2018– projects the to post a CAGR of more than 9% during the forecast period. The increase in tutoring support for test preparation services is a key driver, which is expected to impact market growth through 2018-2022.

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Technavio has published a new market research report on the online tutoring services market in the US from 2018-2022. (Graphic: Business Wire)

The US education system is merit-based, wherein the student population must write at least two competitive exams during their education tenure. This increased the demand for test preparation services. There is a direct relation between the changes in exam structure and the demand for test preparation courses and materials.

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In this report, Technavio highlights the growing customization of tutoring services as one of the key emerging trends to drive the online tutoring services market in the US:

Growing customization of tutoring services

Personalized training is a significant development in the online tutoring services market in the US. Vendors are increasingly trying to tailor and align courses to the needs of the students. A variety of learning tools are available for differentiated instruction. The application of analytics is helping the online tutoring service providers to design content based on the insights gained from analytics.

According to a senior analyst at Technavio for research , “The need to keep students engaged and provide them with specialized training will lead to the growth of the market. The use of analytics will enable content designers to understand learning patterns and create content to provide effectively train and mentor students. It also helps provide real-time assessment of student performance.”

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Market segmentation and analysis through 2022

This market research report segments the by end-user (higher education institutes and K-12 schools) and product (test preparation service and subject tutoring service).

The higher education institutes segment dominated the market in 2017, accounting for close to 66% of the market in 2017. The market share of this segment is expected to decrease by close to 5% over the forecast period in favor of the K-12 schools segment.

In 2017, test preparation service accounted for more than 56% of the market. The market share of this segment is expected to increase by a further 3% by 2022. The online tutoring services market in the US is growing because of the failure of the academic system to cope with the needs of the students.

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Huawei to Expand in US Smartphone Market Next Year

Huawei to Expand in US Smartphone Market Next Year

Chinese smartphone brand Huawei will start sales through US carriers next year, a Huawei executive said Monday, stepping up the No. 3 global handset seller’s presence in the home market of rival Apple Inc.

The president of Huawei Technologies Ltd.’s consumer business, Richard Yu, said he would announce details at next month’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. He said sales would start with the flagship Mate 10 but declined to give a price or say through which carrier or carriers they would be sold.

Huawei sells some models in US electronics stores and online but has a minimal share of an American market in which most sales are through carriers. Globally, the company trails Samsung and Apple by handset shipments but leads in China, the biggest market, and says it expects to ship a total of 150 million units this year.

“We will sell our flagship phone, our product, in the US market through carriers next year,” said Yu in an interview. “I think that we can bring value to the carriers and to consumers. Better product, better innovation, better user experience.”

Yu expressed confidence the smartphone business wouldn’t be affected by American government concerns Huawei might be a security threat, which derailed US demand for its network gear.

“In consumer sales, when people really start using Huawei products, they will change their minds,” said Yu.

Huawei, founded in 1987 by a former military engineer, is the first Chinese brand to break into the top ranks of global technology suppliers.

The company, headquartered in Shenzhen, near Hong Kong, is the world’s biggest supplier of switching equipment used by telephone and internet companies. It has manufactured mobile phones since the 1990s and launched its own smartphone brand in 2010.

Huawei reported 2016 profit of CNY 37 billion ($5.4 billion) on revenue of CNY 521.6 billion ($75.6 billion). The company is owned by its employees, with no publicly traded shares, but reports financial results in an effort to allay security concerns in the United States and Europe.

Helped by a strong position in China, India and other developing markets, sales by its premium-priced Huawei and mid-market Honor smartphone brands have grown faster than those of Samsung or Apple. That prompted suggestions Huawei might pass its American rival.

In the latest quarter, Huawei’s handset shipments rose 16.1 percent over a year earlier to 39.1 million, well ahead of Apple’s 2.6 percent growth to sales of 46.7 million, according to IDC. Samsung sales expanded 9.5 percent to 83.3 million units.

“We are a Top 3 smartphone supplier but we are very close to the Top 2. So maybe quickly we can be Top 2,” said Yu.

The Mate 10, unveiled in October, offers an extra-wide display, high-end cameras and other advanced features at prices 15 to 30 percent below those of Samsung and Apple.

Yu said the Mate 10 will be “competitively priced” in the United States but Huawei expects to compete on performance instead of cost.

“Our strength is in developed markets,” where consumers will pay for performance, said Yu. “We are not a cheap, low-cost company.”

Also next year, Huawei plans to start selling through carriers in Japan, where its phones already are sold in stores, Yu said.

“I think next year is a very important year for Huawei,” he said.

Huawei’s US business suffered a setback when a congressional panel recommended in October 2013 that phone carriers avoid doing business with it or a smaller Chinese rival, ZTE Corp. Beijing rejected the report as false and an effort to block Chinese companies from the US market.

Huawei denied being a security threat and rejected the US complaints as politically motivated or possibly an attempt by competitors to keep it out of the market.

“They are lying,” said Yu. “We are a company that really cares about cybersecurity and privacy protection. We do a lot better than the other vendors.”

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