Tag Archives: Decline

Share market update: Media shares decline; Dish TV plunges 18%

NEW DELHI: Media shares were trading in the negative zone in Friday’s afternoon session. Shares of Dish TV India (down 18.31 per cent) , Zee Media Corporation Ltd (down 4.76 per cent) , Hathway Cable & Datacom (down 4.44 per cent) , Zee Entertainment (down 4.3 per cent) and Network 18 Fincap (down 3.82 per cent) were trading with losses. TV18 Broadcast (down 2.2 ... Read More »

Will Addressable Advertising Stave Off A Decline In Television Ad Spending?

E-marketer.com reports that digital advertising has grown to account for over half of all advertising expenditures, while spending on traditional media as a whole has declined. Television has remained essentially flat since 2014 but still accounts for $70 billion, or just over 30% of total advertising spending. As this trend is expected to continue over the next few years, traditional television’s share ... Read More »

Exercise may not help combat mental decline in dementia patients

A new research suggests that moderate to high-intensity exercise does not slow cognitive decline in people with dementia. Although the exercise programme improved physical fitness, it cannot be recommended as a treatment option for cognitive impairment in dementia, say the researchers. Nearly 47.5 million people worldwide have dementia and the view that exercise might slow cognitive decline has gained widespread ... Read More »

China Smartphone Shipments Decline 21 Percent, Xiaomi Sees Growth: Canalys

HIGHLIGHTS While Huawei saw minor growth, shipments of Oppo and Vivo declined Xiaomi saw substantial growth of 37 percent year on year Q2 2018 expected to show growth for most OEMs Smartphone shipments in China have dropped by 21 percent in Q1 2018 compared to the same quarter in 2017, as per the latest data shared by market analyst firm Canalys. ... Read More »

Apple Sees Decline in China Smartphone Shipments, Oppo Leads: IDC

Shipping 44.9 million iPhones to China, Apple has beaten Xiaomi, touted as the ‘Apple’ of China that shipped 41.5 million smartphones and slipped to fifth spot, market research firm International Data Corporation (IDC) has revealed. According to IDC’s Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker report, Apple dropped from 58.4 million iPhones in 2015 and Xiaomi from 64 million Mi phones, drops of ... Read More »

Maruti Suzuki Sees Sharp Decline In Sales In December 2016

Maruti Suzuki India Limited today announced that it has sold a total of 117,908 units in December 2016. This includes 106,414 units in domestic market and 11,494 units of exports. The Company had sold a total of 119,149 units in December 2015. This is a sharp dip in sales and the downslide continues. The company recorded a 20 percent dip ... Read More »

Apple in all likelihood to see First Ever iPhone income Decline in 2016: IDC

the global phone marketplace is sputtering in 2016, with Apple probable to peer its first “down” 12 months for the iPhone, a research file stated Wednesday. research company IDC said global smartphone income will in all likelihood growth just 3.1 percentage to at least one.48 billion units, after 10.5 percent growth ultimate yr. IDC said it expects “low unmarried digit ... Read More »

Apple’s 9-yr iPhone Juggernaut Stops With First sales Decline

Apple Inc on Tuesday published its first-ever decline in iPhone income and its first sales drop in thirteen years as the agency credited with inventing the cellphone struggles with an an increasing number of saturated marketplace. The business enterprise’s sales dropped by way of extra than 1 / 4 in China, its maximum vital market after the united states, and ... Read More »

iPhone Sales Decline in China, Europe, and the US: Kantar Worldpanel

Apple said earlier that it anticipates to see the first decline in the iPhone sales this year, and it appears that its smartphone is already losing grips in places. According to the latest figure from Kantar Worldpanel, Android sales growth is surpassing iOS in the United States, Europe, and China, year on year. Market and research firm Kantar Worldpanel says ... Read More »