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Pest Control Solutions Market: Study Navigating the Future Growth Outlook – periodical360

Posted: March 23, 2020 at 6:45 am

HTF Market Intelligence added research publication document on Global Pest Control Solutions Market breaking major business segments and highlighting wider level geographies to get deep dive analysis on market data. The study is a perfect balance bridging bothqualitative and quantitative information of Pest Control Solutions market. The study provides valuable market size data for historical (Volume** & Value) from 2014 to 2018 which is estimated and forecasted till 2026*. Some are the key & emerging players that are part of coverage and have being profiled are Anticimex (Sweden), Ecolab (USA), Rentokil Initial (UK), Rollins (USA) & The ServiceMaster (USA).

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1. Growth & Margins

Players that are having stellar growth track record is a must see view in the study that Analyst have covered. From 2014 to 2018, some of the company have shown enormous sales figures, with net income going doubled in that period with operating as well as gross margins constantly expanding. The rise of gross margins over past few years directs strong pricing power of the competitive companies in the industry for its products or offering, over and above the increase in the cost of goods sold.

2. Industry growth prospects and market share

According to HTF MI, major business segments sales figure will cross the $$ mark in 2020. Unlike classified segments popular in the industry i.e. by Type (, General pest control, Termite control, Industry Segmentation, Residential, Commercial, Channel (Direct Sales, Distributor) Segmentation, Section 8: 400 USD Trend (2018-2023), Section 9: 300 USD Product Type Detail, Section 10: 700 USD Downstream Consumer, Section 11: 200 USD Cost Structure & Section 12: 500 USD Conclusio), by End-Users/Application , the latest 2020 version is further broken down / narrowed to highlight new emerging twist of the industry. Global Pest Control Solutions market will grow from $XX million in 2018 to reach $YY million by 2026, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of xx%. The strongest growth is expected in some Asian countries opening new doors of opportunities, where CAGR is expected to be in double digits ##% from 2019 to 2026. This forecast of industry players hints good potential that will continue growth along with the industrys projected growth.

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3. Ambitious growth plans & rising competition?

Industry players are planning to introduce new products launch into various markets around the globe considering applications / end use . Examining some latest innovative products that are vital and may be introduced in EMEA markets in last quarter 2019 and 2020. Considering all round development activities of Anticimex (Sweden), Ecolab (USA), Rentokil Initial (UK), Rollins (USA) & The ServiceMaster (USA), some players profiles are worth attention seeking.

4. Where the Pest Control Solutions Industry is today

Though latest year might not be that encouraging as market segments especially , General pest control, Termite control, Industry Segmentation, Residential, Commercial, Channel (Direct Sales, Distributor) Segmentation, Section 8: 400 USD Trend (2018-2023), Section 9: 300 USD Product Type Detail, Section 10: 700 USD Downstream Consumer, Section 11: 200 USD Cost Structure & Section 12: 500 USD Conclusio have shown modest gains, growth scenario could have been changed if Anticimex (Sweden), Ecolab (USA), Rentokil Initial (UK), Rollins (USA) & The ServiceMaster (USA) would have plan ambitious move earlier. Unlike past, but decent valuation and emerging investment cycle to progress in the North America Country (United States, Canada), South America, Asia Country (China, Japan, India, Korea), Europe Country (Germany, UK, France, Italy), Other Country (Middle East, Africa, GCC) & Section (5 6 7): 500 USD, many growth opportunities ahead for the companies in 2020, it looks descent today but stronger returns would be expected beyond.

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Charles Milliken: Panic over COVID-19 will cause more damage than the cause – The Daily Telegram

Posted: March 22, 2020 at 3:47 am

"If we should fear fear, what should we say about panic?," Charles Milliken says in his latest column.

If we should fear fear, what should we say about panic? I have never in my nearly eight decades on this planet seen so much panic over relatively little danger. COVID-19 can be deadly, especially if you are old and ill. But it poses minimal risk to everyone else. In the grand total of deaths by other variations of the same virus, this is quite minor. Tens of thousands of Americans die from plain old ordinary strains of flu each year during the cold months. This sad toll includes hundreds of children.

So how do we handle a disease which infects tens of millions and kills tens of thousands every year? Basically, we ignore it. Do we get our flu shots? No. Only a minority do and I am as guilty as the rest. I havent had a flu shot in years. Its taken as background noise, and life goes on undisturbed. Does the NBA shut down because one of its players gets the flu? I dont think thats ever happened. Do schools shut down because one of the children, or Mrs. Jones who teaches the fifth grade, gets the flu? Not to my knowledge.

This panic impacts me personally, where ordinary flu has not. Bonnie and I were set to travel to Europe on the 18th for five weeks. Once President Trump indicated getting back from Europe would be difficult, to say the least, our long-anticipated journey was out the window. If I thought such bans were likely to save lives, then I wouldnt mind the sacrifice so much, but I doubt steps like this will have much impact. Once the horse is stolen, it is too late to lock the barn.

Travel is trivial, but what about the people who will lose their livelihood as businesses of all kinds either shut down or slow greatly? The money we would have spent would have been their income. Millions of workers depend on travel, entertainment, transportation and hospitality. Will their enforced sacrifices save many lives? I dont think so.

Consider the market reaction to all of this. I cannot know what will be happening when you read this, but as I am writing this the Dow is down another 2,000 points to 21,000 and change. A few weeks ago it was nearly to 30,000. All of a sudden your retirement plans have taken a 25 to 30% haircut and maybe worse. This has been one of the swiftest and most severe losses in market history impacting hundreds of millions worldwide. Life has changed in the twinkling of an eye and it is an open question when it will return to normal. I hope quickly, but I have my doubts.

So what is different about COVID-19 that we would close schools for a disease apparently posing almost no risk to a child, and continue to operate schools when a known child killer is around? Why are we stampeding over the cliff for a disease which in the U.S., except for wildly exaggerated fears, will kill a few hundred, maybe, and ignore what certainly kills tens of thousands?

The best analogy I can think of is termites eating away at a beam. All is just fine, until one fine day the last bite causes catastrophic collapse. The termites of safety and security have been eating away at the supports of our society for as long as I can remember. Safety and security feed on fear, as certainly as those termites feed on wood. I dont have the space to elaborate on the many examples, but just think what a playground was like in 1955. Or other ways we bubble-wrap our children. How likely do you think a bubble-wrapped child is likely to grow into a brave adult?

Once fear is ingrained and a new threat emerges, panic ensues. I cannot know how deadly COVID-19 will turn out to be, but I can guarantee the panic will cause more damage than the cause.

Charles Milliken is a professor emeritus after 22 years of teaching economics and related subjects at Siena Heights University. He can be reached at milliken.charles@gmail.com.

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Termite Control Market Growth by Top Companies, Trends by Types and Application, Forecast to 2026 – NJ MMA News

Posted: March 21, 2020 at 10:53 am

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Where is John Finlay Now? Joe Exotic’s Ex-Husband Today in 2020 – The Cinemaholic

Posted: March 20, 2020 at 1:45 pm

Joe Exotics life is laid bare for us to see in Tiger King, Netflixs latest explosive docuseries. Joes professional life is undoubtedly exciting, due to him being constantly around big cats, participating in a feud, and ordering the assassination of a rival. However, at the same time, Joes personal life has had enough drama to warrant a show of its own.

The series makes it clear that Joe is openly gay, and has had several relationships. While married to Travis, Joe also unofficially married John Finlay, in a three-way ceremony, across the street from the zoo. Naturally, you might be wondering about where Finlay is at present. We have got you covered in that regard.

John Finlay comes from Fort Worth, Texas. He studied at the Davis High School, in Oklahoma, graduating as part of the class of 2003. He was nineteen years old when he joined Exotics zoo. Within months, the two were in a relationship.

Eventually, Joe handed over the ownership of his zoo to longtime employee, John Finlay in February 2013. The business was renamed to G.W. Zoo. Notably, Finlay operated under Exotics or Schreibvogels USDA license even in 2014, but Joe made attempts to get Finlay his own license.

However, Finlay managed to lose his position as the President of the zoo, after he was accused of abusing his former domestic partner, and three staff members at the zoo. At the time, Finlay was 30 years old. The incident took place on August 18, 2014.

Their relationship had fallen apart, as Finlay felt Joe was manipulative, and more concerned about his image online. Due to this, the two rarely left the park. Despite festering discontent, Finlay reentered Joes life after the death of Travis. He was working as a bartender at Safari Bar, Wynnewood, at that time.

Finlay managed to provide some consolation to Joe, who was reeling from Travis death.

John has moved around a bit. In 2015, he moved to Hennepin, Oklahoma. He has a niece, Shayla Starr, and a cousin, Anita Rankin. From his Facebook profile, it is clear that John is engaged to Stormey Sanders.

Following his job at the Safari Bar, he joined Casey Termite and Pest Control in 2018. However, his profile indicates, he joined again in 2019, meaning he might have quit in between. As of 2019, he has listed himself as unemployed. Speaking to Texas Monthly, a magazine, Finlay stated that Joe had ruined his life, but now he had a chance to start over.

When the interviewer had met him, in late March 2019, Finlay was living in a motel off I-35 in Oklahoma. He had managed to find work as a welder and had the name of his favorite tiger from the zoo, Ledoux, tattooed on his stomach. However, it appears that Finlay is indeed giving happiness a try. You can check out his most recent image, which was taken back in May 2019. It is with his fiancee Stormey, and the two look ready to turn over a new leaf, together.

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5 Stocks in the S&P 500 ETF Still Up YTD – Yahoo Finance

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As coronavirus fears deepened, the bull market has turned into a bear market in less than a month. This is especially true as the S&P 500 has been witnessing wild swings lately and is on track for its worst month since October 2008. The benchmark has tumbled 14.4% so far this month, and 21.7% so far this year. Notably, it is down 25.5% from its peak reached on Feb 19 (read: Has Wall Street's March Madness Peaked? ETFs to Tap).

In an effort to fight the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic, the White House and Federal Reserve unveiled massive stimulus measures. Trump administration has proposed an emergency stimulus package of $1 trillion, which includes direct payments to Americans, loans and help for small businesses. The move came after the Fed announced a surprise rate cut to near zero last weekend and will buy at least $500 billion in Treasury securities and at least $200 billion in mortgage-backed securities in the coming months to help ease a growing liquidity problem in financial markets.The slew of stimulus measures failed to revive investors confidence in the economy and the stock market. According to S&P Global and a number of analysts, the coronavirus outbreak has plunged the world economy into a recession. Notably, Morgan Stanley predicts the global economy to slip into a recession triggered by the fast-spreading coronavirus (COVID-19) with growth dipping to 0.9% year-on-year in 2020, which will be deeper than 2001 (read: Short Small-Cap ETFs as U.S. May Face Technical Recession).

Amid the sluggish backdrop, the proxy version of the S&P 500 Index, SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (SPY) has tumbled 21.5% so far this year. Lets take a closer look at the fundamentals of SPY:

Inside the SPY

The ETF holds 505 stocks in its basket with each security holding not more than 5.3%. This suggests a nice balance across each security and prevents heavy concentration. The fund is widely spread across sectors with information technology, healthcare, financials and communication services being the top four, with double-digit allocation each. It has AUM of $264.5 billion and charges 9 bps in fees per year from investors. The product trades in heavy volume of around 87.4 million shares a day on average, ensuring higher liquidity with a tight bid/ask spread, leading to lower trading costs for investors (see: all the large Cap Blend ETFs here).

SPY has a Zacks ETF Rank #2 (Buy) with a Medium risk outlook. Though most stocks in the funds portfolio are in red from the year-to-date look, there are a few that are standing tall in the ongoing market turmoil. Below, we have highlighted five of them that are in green so far this year and has a Zacks Rank #1 (Strong Buy), 2 (Buy) or 3 (Hold):

Best-Performing Stocks of SPY

Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc. REGN: The biopharmaceutical company is focused on the discovery, development and commercialization of treatments targeting serious medical conditions. It has gained 17.4% so far this year and has an estimated earnings growth rate of 18.3%. The stock has a Zacks Rank #1. You can see the complete list of todays Zacks #1 Rank stocks here.

The Clorox Company CLX: It is engaged in the production, marketing and sale of consumer products in the United Sates and international markets. The stock climbed 13.8% in the same time frame and saw positive earnings estimate revision of 4 cents in a month for fiscal year (ending June 2020). The Clorox has a Zacks Rank #3.

Rollins Inc. ROL: This Zacks #3 Ranked company provides pest and termite control services to residential and commercial customers. It has added 7.8% so far this year and has an estimated earnings growth rate of 8.2% for this year (read: Beat Virus With 2 Sector ETFs & Stocks That Survived 2008 Crisis).

The Kroger Co. KR: This company operates in the thin-margin grocery industry, rising 7.3% in year to date. Having a Zacks Rank #3, it has an estimated earnings growth rate of 6.8% for the fiscal year ending January 2021.

SBA Communications Corporation SBAC: This Zacks Rank #3 is a leading independent owner and operator of wireless communications infrastructure in the North, Central and South America. It has an estimated earnings growth rate of 10.8% for this year and is up 6.5% so far this year.

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Franklin Resources Inc. Sells 8,499 Shares of Rollins, Inc. (NYSE:ROL) – Redmond Register

Posted: at 1:45 pm

Franklin Resources Inc. trimmed its holdings in Rollins, Inc. (NYSE:ROL) by 10.0% during the fourth quarter, according to its most recent disclosure with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The institutional investor owned 76,623 shares of the business services providers stock after selling 8,499 shares during the period. Franklin Resources Inc.s holdings in Rollins were worth $2,540,000 as of its most recent filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Several other institutional investors have also added to or reduced their stakes in the business. Oregon Public Employees Retirement Fund lifted its stake in shares of Rollins by 1.2% in the fourth quarter. Oregon Public Employees Retirement Fund now owns 36,208 shares of the business services providers stock valued at $1,201,000 after buying an additional 418 shares in the last quarter. Piedmont Investment Advisors Inc. raised its holdings in shares of Rollins by 3.8% in the fourth quarter. Piedmont Investment Advisors Inc. now owns 13,241 shares of the business services providers stock valued at $439,000 after purchasing an additional 490 shares during the last quarter. RB Capital Management LLC raised its holdings in shares of Rollins by 3.2% in the fourth quarter. RB Capital Management LLC now owns 20,724 shares of the business services providers stock valued at $689,000 after purchasing an additional 633 shares during the last quarter. Voya Investment Management LLC raised its holdings in shares of Rollins by 1.0% in the third quarter. Voya Investment Management LLC now owns 81,803 shares of the business services providers stock valued at $2,788,000 after purchasing an additional 809 shares during the last quarter. Finally, FMR LLC raised its holdings in shares of Rollins by 0.3% in the fourth quarter. FMR LLC now owns 326,051 shares of the business services providers stock valued at $10,811,000 after purchasing an additional 875 shares during the last quarter. 41.49% of the stock is currently owned by hedge funds and other institutional investors.

ROL has been the subject of several analyst reports. William Blair reiterated an outperform rating on shares of Rollins in a report on Wednesday, January 29th. Jefferies Financial Group initiated coverage on shares of Rollins in a report on Wednesday, November 27th. They issued a hold rating and a $38.00 target price for the company. Finally, Buckingham Research increased their target price on shares of Rollins from $34.00 to $37.00 and gave the company a neutral rating in a report on Tuesday, February 4th. Six research analysts have rated the stock with a hold rating and three have given a buy rating to the company. Rollins presently has a consensus rating of Hold and an average price target of $37.99.

Rollins (NYSE:ROL) last posted its earnings results on Wednesday, January 29th. The business services provider reported $0.16 earnings per share for the quarter, missing the consensus estimate of $0.17 by ($0.01). The business had revenue of $506.00 million during the quarter, compared to analysts expectations of $505.30 million. Rollins had a return on equity of 30.34% and a net margin of 10.09%. Rollinss revenue for the quarter was up 13.8% on a year-over-year basis. During the same quarter in the previous year, the business earned $0.16 EPS. On average, sell-side analysts expect that Rollins, Inc. will post 0.79 earnings per share for the current fiscal year.

The firm also recently announced a quarterly dividend, which was paid on Tuesday, March 10th. Stockholders of record on Monday, February 10th were paid a $0.12 dividend. This is an increase from Rollinss previous quarterly dividend of $0.11. The ex-dividend date of this dividend was Friday, February 7th. This represents a $0.48 annualized dividend and a dividend yield of 1.35%. Rollinss dividend payout ratio (DPR) is presently 65.75%.

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Rollins, Inc, through its subsidiaries, provides pest and termite control services to residential and commercial customers. It offers protection against termite damage, rodents, and insects to homes and businesses, including hotels, food service establishments, food manufacturers, retailers, and transportation companies.

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15 ways to practice social distance in Jersey and still have fun – New Jersey 101.5 FM Radio

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We've been asked to practice social distance as we deal with the coronavirus pandemic and while we're used to hugging in New Jersey, or at least handshaking, there are still ways to have fun doing it. First off, as any Honeymooners fan would know there's the "traditional raccoon salute." Then since we lead the nation in cursing, we can still flip the bird when necessary. But there are still other ways to have fun in New Jersey while practicing social distancing. Try some of these out.

Cindi White:"Meditate, go for a drive in the Pinelands and explore NJ by car; blaring Bruce and Bon Jovi.Thats on next weeks schedule."

James M. Di Gioia:"I am riding my bike for 35 or so minutes a day 2 1/2- 3 mile during that time a lot of steep hills here in Vernon! Trying to keep healthy and walking our dog so keeping away from others as much as possible I had to go to the store and move quick and keep distance as best I can! Prayers on Saint Joseph Day."

Marty Lou Pina:"Talk to one another...listen more...be grateful for the 'little' things that we have in our lives that we take for granted every single day...LOVE MORE...and be patient, we're all in together!Xoand y'all know what to do."

Bob DiSogra:"Drop off food to your local food bank!"

Bob Levy:"Line dancing."

Thomas Thomi Hawk Hickey:"Go for a motorcycle ride!"

Robert Doebler:"Stay home love your family connect enjoy time at home if you are alone go adopt a shelter dog they need a lot of attention. We have a lot of time on our hands start planning a garden."

Frank Ralston:"Use a megaphone.(but not if your Italian) people can hear us 20ft away. Sign language like we do when we are driving. Wave to everyone like you know them. Carry a dummy around and let him speak. The only thing he will get is termite disease."

John Kensil:"Puppetry."

Geryl Raucher Hickey:"Explore the trails in our town!"

Carolyn Dee:"Help a neighbor, reach out to family, stay calm, rest, practice good hygiene."

Dave Bell:"Argue and fight on Facebook."

Steven Keller:"Not sure but wait until 9 months hits. We'll see how social distancing really works!"

Jill Zutty:"Movies On Demand, Netflix!!"

Tim Aanensen:"Listen to the radio."

Tim Hayes:"Listen to 101.5!!"

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Get 2nd opinion on termite inspection – SFGate

Posted: March 19, 2020 at 1:52 pm

Bill Burnett and Kevin Burnett

Q:I am selling a house and have gotten a termite inspection by a company recommended by the real estate agent. The recommendation was to tent the house and treat it with Premise 75. The cost for the subterranean termite treatment is $1,250 and for the drywood termites is $2,600. The drywood termites are only in a corner by the water heater and under the porch by the water heater. Is the tenting for both types of termites? Why two different prices?

In addition, there are various fungus and dry-rot repairs to the tune of $3,000 more. The termite company requires that they do the work or they will not give a completion notice. I could get a handyman to do it for much less. I want to get another estimate, but the real estate agent says we may be opening another can of worms, as the inspections are recorded.

It seems as if the termite company has us over a barrel and can charge whatever it wants since a competitive inspection is unlikely.

A: Your real estate agent is dead wrong. The termite company does not have you over a barrel. Get a competitive inspection and another bid. You'll be out another inspection fee, but that's all.

Standard practice these days is to get a structural and pest control inspection before listing your property so you know the likely cost of repairs. Our favorite way to deal with this is to negotiate a credit on the sale and let the buyer deal with the work. You get a closing and they get to control the work. Everyone wins.

When Kevin sold his Alameda house, the offer was contingent on a clear pest control report. Kevin was the listing agent. The buyer's agent had a pest control contractor she liked. The guy pulled up in an extra-long pickup he used to trailer his ski boat. Uh-oh!

At the end of the inspection he came up with about $5,000 worth of work, including $2,600 to tent the house and do some dry-rot repair. After doing a little investigation, Kevin found the dry-rot repair was minimal and partially unnecessary, and the fumigation could be subcontracted at a cost of about $800. Kevin did the rot repair himself for a few hundred bucks, had the home re-inspected by the reputable pest control operator he used, who cleared the work. He refused to do the fumigation. Ultimately, the deal closed and the buyers did the fumigation before they moved in.

It's likely that your house needs two types of treatment, hence the separate prices.

Premise 75 is a liquid termiticide injected into the ground along the foundation to create a chemical barrier against subterranean termite infestation. The chemical is dangerous and should only be handled by trained, licensed personnel. You can get a full description of the uses and dangers of this poison at bit.ly/hq4j4o.

Tenting or fumigation kills drywood termites and other wood-destroying pests like powderpost beetles. The process consists of placing tarps over the entire house and pumping in poison gas to kill every living thing in the house. The gas permeates everywhere, including pillows, mattresses, food and furniture. For this reason, we strongly recommend if fumigation is required, to have if done after you move out. This website will give you a good idea of what you're in for: bit.ly/eRVTyf.

Be aware that fumigation kills the bugs currently infesting the house, but it does not prevent them from returning.

In California, termite inspections call out two areas of repair. Section One repairs deal with areas where active infestation is apparent. Beetles, termites and dry rot fall into this category. Section Two work deals with conditions likely to lead to damage in the future. An example is dirt graded to within 6 inches of a foundation. Only do the Section One repairs.

Don't use a handyman to do the dry-rot repairs. If all the work is in plain sight, use a licensed, insured and bonded general contractor. These professionals are more likely to be able to work with the termite company and get the ultimate goal - a clearance. Carefully inspect the contract and try to get a fixed bid. Sometimes hidden damage will be uncovered, which costs more.

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The global household insecticides market is accounted to US$ 11,785.9 Mn in 2018 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5.2% during the forecast period 2019 - 2027, to account to US$ 18,514.3 Mn by 2027.

The global household insecticides market by insect types has been segmented into mosquitoes & flies, rats & other rodents, termites, bedbugs & beetles and others. The mosquitoes & flies segment accounted for the largest share in the global household insecticides market. Mosquitos and flies are one of the major insects which are perceived to cause diseases. In recent years, the government across the world is focusing upon developing measures to eradicate them.

The North America household insecticides market is dominated by US, followed by the Mexico. The household insecticides market in North America is expected to grow at the fastest rate during the forecast period. The high purchasing power of the customers, along with increasing health concern, is projected to propel the demand for household pesticide market in North American countries such as the US, Canada, and Mexico. Moreover, the population of mosquitos has increased over the past few years. Mosquitos are considered as major disease-carrying insects and have gained major attention in recent years.

Some of the players present in global household insecticides market are Bayer AG, Godrej Consumer Products Limited, Jyothy Laboratories Ltd., Liphatech, Inc., Medella Laboratories, Neogen Corporation, Reckitt Benckiser Group Plc., SC Johnson Products Pvt. Ltd., Spectrum Brands, Inc., and Sumitomo Chemical Co., Ltd among others.

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Key Topics Covered:

1. Introduction

2. Key Takeaways

3. Research Methodology

4. Household Insecticides Market Landscape

4.1 Market Overview

4.2 PEST Analysis

4.2.1 North America PEST Analysis

4.2.2 APAC Pest Analysis

4.2.3 Europe PEST Analysis

4.2.4 Middle East and Africa PEST Analysis

4.2.5 SAM PEST Analysis

4.3 Expert Opinions

5. Household insecticides Market - Key Industry Dynamics

5.1 Key Market Drivers

5.1.1 Rising Demands from Asia Pacific

5.1.2 Increased Emphasis on The Control of Insect Vectors by Local and National Government Bodies

5.2 Key Market Restraints

5.2.1 Harmful Health Effects of Synthetic Household Insecticides

5.3 Key Market Opportunity

5.3.1 Rising Acceptance of Natural Form of Household Insecticides

5.4 Future Trends

5.4.1 Protection of Bees

5.5 Impact Analysis Of Drivers And Restraints

6. Household Insecticides- Global Market Analysis

6.1 Global Household Insecticides Market Overview

6.2 Household Insecticides Market Forecast and Analysis

6.3 Market Positioning - Key Market Players

7. Global Household Insecticides Market Analysis - By Insect types

7.1 Overview

7.2 Global Household Insecticides Market Breakdown, By Insect types, 2018 & 2027

7.3 Mosquitoes & Flies

7.4 Rats & Other Rodents

7.5 Termites

7.6 Bedbugs & Beetles

7.7 Others

8. Global Household Insecticides Market Analysis - By Composition

8.1 Overview

8.2 Global Household Insecticides Market Breakdown, by Composition, 2018 & 2027

8.3 Natural

8.4 Synthetic

9. Global Household Insecticides Market Analysis - By Packaging

9.1 Overview

9.2 Global Household Insecticides Market Breakdown, by Packaging, 2018 & 2027

9.3 Small

9.4 Medium

9.5 Large

10. Household Insecticides Market Analysis - By Distribution Channel

10.1 Overview

10.2 Global Household insecticides Market Breakdown, By Distribution Channel, 2018 & 2027

10.3 Hypermarkets & Supermarkets

10.4 Convenience Stores

10.5 Online Stores

10.6 Others

11. Geographic Analysis Of Household Insecticides Market

11.1 Overview

11.2 North America Household Insecticides Market Revenue And Forecasts To 2027

11.3 Europe Household Insecticides Market Revenue And Forecasts To 2027

11.4 Asia Pacific Household Insecticides Market Revenue And Forecasts To 2027

11.5 Middle East And Africa Household Insecticides Market Revenue And Forecasts To 2027

11.6 South America Household Insecticides Market Revenue And Forecasts To 2027

12. Industry Landscape

12.1 New Development

12.2 Strategy And Business Planning

13. Company Profiles

13.1 Godrej Consumer Products Limited

13.2 Liphatech, Inc.

13.3 Neogen Corporation

13.4 SC Johnson & Son, Inc.

13.5 Spectrum Brands, Inc.

13.6 Reckitt Benckiser Group plc

13.7 Jyothy Laboratories Ltd.

13.8 Sumitomo Chemical Co., Ltd.

13.9 Bayer AG.

13.10 Medella Laboratories

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