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Gallogly, Logan
Gallogly, Logan
Logan Gallogly is a Research Analyst at RNG where she focuses on retail forecasts and STEIP analysis, specifically within European markets. Logan received her Bachelor of Arts, magna cum laude, in International Politics and Economics from Middlebury College. During her time at Middlebury, Logan was a member of the women’s rugby club. In the fall of 2010, she studied at the Institut d’Etudes Politiques in Bordeaux, France. She is fluent in French.

    US Federal Reserve Announces End to Quantitative Easing
    by Logan Gallogly, Oct 30, 2014

    The Federal Reserve, which began buying bonds on the open market 6 years ago in an effort to boost economic growth, has announced that it is ending its quantitative easing program this month.
    Tags: Economic Retail Market Drivers, Liquidity- Credit and Savings, Macro/Retail 2020, North America, Political/Regulatory Retail Market Drivers, USA
    Type: RNG Brief

    Research Shows Global Inequality Increasing Post-Recession
    by Logan Gallogly, Oct 27, 2014

    Recent research shows an increase in global inequality following the recession, which could be a headwind to growth as the economy begins to recover.
    Tags: Asia/Pacific, China, Consumption, Economic Retail Market Drivers, Europe, India, Latin America, Liquidity- Credit and Savings, Macro/Retail 2020, Middle East & Africa, North America, United Kingdom, USA
    Type: RNG Brief

    Euro Area Edges Closer to Deflation
    by Logan Gallogly, Oct 24, 2014

    Markets across Western Europe are struggling to avoid deflation as economic growth and consumer confidence remain low, with month-over-month changes in the consumer price index remaining close to zero over the past 12 months.
    Tags: Carrefour, Casino, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Macro/Retail 2020, Morrisons, Sainsbury's, Spain, Tesco, United Kingdom
    Type: RNG Brief

    Employment Rate Remains Low in Developed Markets
    by Logan Gallogly, Oct 23, 2014

    Despite exiting official recession several years ago, developed markets around the world continue to see low rates of employment, driven especially by the exit of prime working-age men from the workforce. One exception is Japan, which has sustained employment rates of over 90%.
    Tags: Asia/Pacific, Australia, Economic Retail Market Drivers, Employment, Europe, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Japan, Liquidity- Credit and Savings, Macro/Retail 2020, North America, United Kingdom, USA
    Type: RNG Brief

    Falling Oil Prices Favorable Tailwind For Holiday Spending
    by Logan Gallogly, Oct 16, 2014

    Global oil prices continue to fall, hitting a low of $84 per barrel this week from a high of $115 per barrel in June 2014. Falling oil prices could have a positive impact on holiday spending, as gas and home heating prices come in lower than expected.
    Tags: Consumption, Economic Retail Market Drivers, Europe, Macro/Retail 2020, North America, Seasonal and Holiday Merchandising Strategies, USA
    Type: RNG Brief

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