Analysts note bifurcation of high and low-end consumers

June 2014
Modern Brewery Age;6/30/2014, Vol. 65 Issue 17, p5
Trade Publication
The article reports on a letter to the investors from Nik Modi, analyst at the Royal Bank of Canada, that showed a continuous rise in consumer-confidence in the U.S. and the existence of a bifurcation between high-end and low-end consumers, with quality-oriented and selective attitude of consumers.


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