Green Building Initiatives to Drive Eco-Friendly Furniture Market

The eco-friendly furniture market is anticipated to rise at a healthy 6% CAGR through the end of the projection period in 2030. The coronavirus pandemic is having a substantial impact on the global economy and has resulted in the temporary closure of businesses around the world, impacting international trade and furniture supply chains. These factors are projected to adversely affect the eco-friendly furniture market in the near term, until restrictions on trade and logistics are removed.

Increasing Growth Across Linear Actuators Market

The Market for linear actuators especially in North America is chiefly driven by the increasing acceptance of automation across a huge number of industries, an increased focus on wastewater management, and the flourishing aerospace and defense industry. Linear actuators are employed in such as linearly actuated valves, pumps, industrial machinery, vehicular brakes and computer peripherals among others. 

Rise in Demand Driving the Polymer Foam Driving Market

The report “Polymer Foam Market by Type (PU, PS, PO, PVC, Phenolic, Melamine), End-Use Industry (Building & Construction, Packaging, Automotive, Furniture & Bedding, Footwear, Sports & Recreational), and Region – Global Forecast to 2022″, The market size of polymer foam is projected to grow from $94.86 billion in 2017 to $126.08 billion by 2022, at a CAGR of 5.86% from 2017 to 2022.

Increasing Demand Drives Growth of Polyester Yarns Market

Polyester belongs to the class of polymers which comprise of ester functional group in the main chain. Being an explicit material, polyester generally refers to the fibers or yarns of polyethylene terephthalate. Polyesters comprise of synthetic materials such as polybutyrate as well as naturally occurring materials such as cutin of plant cuticles. All the natural polyesters are biodegradable, although a few synthetic polyesters also can be decomposed.

Medium Density Fiberboard Market Maturing

Medium density fiberboard (MDF) is formed by transforming softwood or hardwood residues to fibers of wood and combining the output with wax and resin. In terms of physical properties, MDF majorly consists of wood fibers, combined with urea-formaldehyde, water, resin and paraffin in small quantities. Its texture is quiet homogeneous and without layers, as a result, splinters or wood grains are not visible.

Bring Home 9.0% YTM with Conn’s Inc., Bonds Maturing July 2022

This week’s bond review delves into the retail sector with a specialty retailer of durable consumer goods who also offers its customers financing on their purchases. Conn’s Inc., which is headquartered in Texas, has a market presence that stretches across the southern United States. Conn’s set some records in its most recent quarterly results (third quarter for its fiscal year 2019).

  • Record third quarter retail gross margin of 41.2%
  • Record quarterly credit segment revenues of $89.9 million.
  • For the first nine months of fiscal year 2019, the company registered its second highest nine month operating income ever
  • Excellent interest coverage of 2.4x.