It is encouraging to see that in these two major world economies, most affluent consumers believe that their overall economic well-being and income will stay the same or increase. However, affluent Chinese are more optimistic: the majority among them are confident that their economic well-being and income will keep increasing despite the Covid 19.
CHINESE CONSUMERS ARE READY TO REBOUND
A large number of American affluent women (44%) in particular expect their consumption of luxury products and experiences to decrease considerably.
Despite an upbeat mood about personal prospects, concerns about the economy are high. The worsening of diplomatic and economic ties between China and US looms large in both countries, particularly in China, with 93% of Chinese affluent are concerned about it.
The insights presented are an excerpt of the TrendLens™ 2021 study, a complete insights and research program designed for marketing and insights teams and C-level executives to understand the latest trends on affluent and HNW consumers when it comes to buying luxury goods (fashion, cosmetics, jewellery, watches, alcohol), travel and their finance in key markets.
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