Sector Analyst

Sector Analyst

A person who examines information related to a single sector of the economy to determine what the information indicates about a company, situation, or anything else in that sector. For example, a sector analyst may be an expert in oil but know comparatively little about trading in other areas. Sector analysts are sought for their expertise in their fields.
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The company can mould itself in the role of a sector analyst, thus identifying and covering all the probable factors effecting prices.
Global Banking News-October 7, 2015--Wunderlich names senior consumer sector analyst
Lee's 24 years of experience as both a fundamental sector analyst and a macro equity strategist, he was consistently recognized by Institutional Investor and other industry surveys as one of the top investment strategists on Wall Street.
Sector analyst Casper Burgering was ranked most accurate forecaster of base metals prices in Q4 for the second quarter in a row, across his estimates on copper, aluminium, zinc, tin, nickel and lead.
Meanwhile, a report by energy sector analyst Douglas Westwood (DW) forecasts a 54% increase in demand for subsea vessels between 2013 and 2017, with companies predicted to spend US $106 billion globally.
A power sector analyst told this correspondent that IPPs were facing a very odd situation.
Matthew McEachran, retail sector analyst at Singer Capital, said: "The niche nature of the business, positive demographic, customer trends and the increasing sales shift online remain key positives to the investment case.
According to the latest figures from sector analyst Marketresearch.
Rice, New York-based health sector analyst for Susquehanna Bank.
Charles Juniper, insurance sector analyst at BPO specialist Nelson Hall, said reduced sales of life insurance was forcing companies in the sector to look at ways to cut costs, such as BPO.
Aiyer, a Mumbaibased power sector analyst, said many gas-based power projects in the country have been stalled due to unavailability of gas.
BOSTON/HELSINKI: The world s top cellphone maker, Nokia, is working on its own tablet computer, scheduled to reach stores later this year, a technology sector analyst said on Tuesday.