Cross-border E-commerce Logistics Market: Segmentation by Service (transportation, warehousing, and others) and Geography (APAC, North America, Europe, South America, and MEA)

NEW YORK, Sept. 2, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Cross-border E-commerce Logistics Market is segmented into two categories based on the service (transportation, warehousing, and others) and geography (APAC, North America, Europe, South America, and MEA). The market share is expected to increase by USD 55.47 billion, and the market’s growth momentum will accelerate at a CAGR of 11.71%.

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Cross-border E-commerce Logistics Market Report Highlights:

  1. Market growth 2021-2026: USD 55.47 billion

  2. Growth momentum & CAGR: Accelerate at a CAGR of 11.71%

  3. YoY growth (%): 10.06%

  4. Performing market contribution: APAC at 43%

  5. Key consumer countries: US, China, Japan, Germany, UK, and Canada

Parent Market Analysis

Technavio categorizes the global Cross-border E-commerce Logistics Market as a part of the global Air Freight & Logistics market within the global Industrials market.

Technavio uses the total revenue generated by manufacturers to estimate the global Cross-border E-commerce Logistics Market size. External factors influencing the parent market’s growth potential in the coming years have been thoroughly investigated in our research analysis, to know more about the levels of growth of the Cross-border E-commerce Logistics Market throughout the forecast period, Buy a sample report.

Cross-border E-commerce Logistics Market Value Chain Analysis

To maximize profit margins and evaluate business plans, an end-to-end understanding of the Cross-border E-commerce Logistics Market is required. The report will help vendors drive costs and enhance customer services during the forecast period.

  • Inputs

  • Inbound logistics

  • Operations

  • Outbound logistics

  • Marketing and sales

  • Service

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Brazil and Mexico make up the Highest Share of B2C E-Commerce in Latin America

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Dublin, July 08, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “Latin America B2C E-Commerce and Payment Market 2022” report has been added to’s offering.

Online shopping habits accelerate in the Latin American region

Although B2C E-Commerce in Latin America got off to a slow start when compared to Europe or North America, the region has come a long way since then with a B2C E-Commerce penetration rate of over 50% in multiple countries in the region.

The largest economies of the region include Brazil, Mexico, and Argentina and these three economies are projected to experience profound changes regarding their online sales growth rate in 2022, as reported in the report. The spread of the COVID-19 pandemic sped up the adoption of online shopping habits and with this increase many countries within the region are forecast to have notable increases in CAGR from 2020 to 2025.

Argentina-based MercadoLibre leads online sales in the region

MercadoLibre, an online marketplace headquartered in Argentina, dominates the B2C E-Commerce market In the Latin American region by being the top seller in several countries, including Argentina, Mexico, and Chile. MercadoLibre has such a significant presence that it was estimated to account for more than two thirds of Argentina’s E-Commerce market in 2021. Furthermore, MercadoLibre continues to receive many visits on its websites and maintains its position as one of the leading online merchants in Latin America.

Questions Covered in the report:

  • How did the COVID-19 pandemic affect Latin America’s B2C E-Commerce market?

  • What were Latin America’s top 10 markets by online retail sales in 2021?

  • What are the most used online payment methods across Latin America?

  • How does the cross-border B2C E-Commerce share vary across the countries of the region?

  • Which are the largest B2C E-Commerce players in Latin America and how does the competitive

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Is Bank Of America Stock A Good Long-Term Investment? (NYSE:BAC)

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Investment thesis

Bank of America’s (NYSE:BAC) high asset sensitivity positions it well to benefit from the rising interest rate cycle. The company also has strong loan growth prospects as its loan growth has lagged deposit growth since Covid and there is a good chance to catch up. There is a short-term headwind as the company is planning to discontinue its overdraft charges which will result in a $1 billion hit for the topline. But I believe, in the long term, it will make the company more competitive and thus attract more consumers. Further, its impact will be much lower compared to the impact of investments that some of its global banking peers like JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM) are making, and BAC should see a swift recovery in EPS in FY23 and beyond. The stock is trading at 13.32x FY22 EPS estimate and 11.41x FY23 EPS estimate and I believe it is a good buy at the current level given its strong long-term growth prospects.

Last Quarter Earnings

Earlier this year, Bank of America Corporation reported fourth-quarter results for the period ending Dec 31, 2021, with total revenue, net of interest expense rising 10% year over year from $20 billion to $22.1 billion, owing to an increase in both net interest income and non-interest income. Strong deposit growth and investment of excess liquidity boosted net interest income (NII) by 11% year over year from $10.25 billion to $11.41 billion. Non-interest income increased by 8% year over year due to an increase in asset management fees and investment banking revenue. Better asset quality and macroeconomic improvements helped in releasing $489 million in the provision of credit losses. Non-interest expenses increased 6% to $14.7 billion because of higher revenue-related incentive compensation partially

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