Electric appliances are becoming more affordable and reliable, making it easier for people to buy, maintain and even replace them.
But even though the electric appliances market is growing, the top 50 is still largely dominated by one brand: Ikea.
Ikea, which has a strong presence in the U.S. and Europe, has more than $30 billion in annual sales.
The brand is one of the most recognizable brands in the world.
And yet, its stock has fallen more than 30% since the beginning of the year.
So what gives?
Here’s a look at what’s keeping the brand from winning the hearts and minds of the American public, according to the latest Wall Street Journal/NBC News/Marist poll.
Ikea’s top five selling brands in America in 2016:Alibaba’s Taobao e-commerce site, which sold more than 2 million of its popular goods in its first year.
Ikeas first-half profit rose more than 5% to $9.3 billion from $9 billion in 2015.
Ikeatrade, a global online retailer, has about $10 billion in revenue in its fiscal fourth quarter, up from $7 billion in its fourth quarter of last year.
Amazon’s Echo speaker and Alexa assistant, which Amazon is expanding into other areas such as home automation.
It also sells other products such as a vacuum cleaner.
Google’s Android and Chrome mobile operating systems.
Its stock has surged more than 40% this year.
Apple, which is expected to unveil its newest flagship, a new iPhone.
Its market value has more or less tripled since its IPO in April.
Apple also sells a number of other gadgets, including an iPad Air, Apple Watch and iPad Mini.
But the biggest consumer electronics brand in the country is not among them.
Apple has a market value of $64 billion, according the Bloomberg Billionaires Index.
The bottom line: If you’re not convinced by Ikea’s growing sales and impressive margins, it may not be the brand for you.
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The Asia-Pacific region, which includes Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and Hong Kong, saw a total increase of 9.5% in the S&P 500 index from July to September, according data compiled by Bloomberg.
It’s the fastest increase in Asia-Pac’s index since the end of 2014.
Asia-Pacific’s share of the global economy is growing at an average annual rate of 6.6%, according to Bloomberg.
That compares to Asia’s share, which fell to 7.9% in 2017.